Ridgid’s ratcheting cable cutters feature a special curved and surface-ground blades made of high-coated steel for extended durability and blade lifetime. The enclosed spring is protected from debris and loss during use. The lock/unlock mechanism secures the tool when not in use.
Utilco’s BLL-120CU-PS lineman hydraulic, pistol-grip cutting tool has a cushion-grip handle that can be used with the right or left hand. The tool head rotates 360 degrees and has an LED work light. It features a variable-speed advance trigger. The force is 6.7 tons, and the handle material is plastic. It has an LED battery charge indicator.
Jonard Tools’ JIC-186 wire and Kevlar cutting shears feature high-carbon stainless steel blades. The handles are made of dual-component nylon and Santoprene. The serrated blade is designed for gripping and sharp cutting.
Jonard Tools’ KN-100INS insulated cable sheathing knife is designed with a curved blade and insulated handle. The sharp, dual-sided blade can cut jacket sheath from either side by pushing or pulling through the cable. It is designed for slitting or cutting the sheathing off cables without damaging the conductor insulation inside.
Platinum Tools’ CCS-6 cable cutters are designed to cut coaxial cable with steel center conductor and cut through copper and aluminum cable. Blade geometry ensures that the cable stays round during the cutting process so connectors can easily be affixed to the cable. It features PVC handle grips.
Makita’s 20-in. double-sided articulating hedge trimmer attachment’s tip guard protects the blade from unnecessary wear. It has a higher blade speed for efficient cutting. The heavy-duty steel blades provide durability and a longer life, and it features 13 angle settings for efficient trimming of overhead and low-lying hedges.