Southwire’s 1/8-in-wide tempered spring steel fish tape has an impact-resistant case. It unwinds and rewinds easily for fast and efficient storage. To pay out the fish tape, pull on the actual fish tape itself, and, to reel it back in, rotate the case in reverse while holding the handle.
Greenlee’s 100-ft. Reel-X nonconductive fish tape features a free-spinning interior reel for faster fishing. There is a secondary exit and set case on the ground to free up both hands for fishing. It features an antibind design and quick-change replacement reels.
Milwaukee Tool’s stainless-steel fish tape has natural corrosion and rust-resistant properties. It features a low-friction case to provide smooth payout and easy rewind. The high-visibility, laser-etched markings help accurately measure depth and position.
Jameson Tools’ 8-18-100 Wee Buddy nonconductive fiberglass fish tape has a rod that slides easily over existing wires—especially at bends—and has a smooth, nonbinding payout and return to canister. The canister allows the accessory kit to snap on and off.
Ideal Industries’ S-Class fiberglass fish tape is nonconductive and is designed for use around live circuits. The pulling strength is 500 lbs. The fiberglass core provides column strength for optimum pushing and pulling capability. Its round shape allows an omnidirectional capability for multiple bends or bends that change planes. It is available in 50, 100 and 200 ft., and users...
Klein Tools’ 50550 20-ft. glow fish tape features glow-in-the-dark fiberglass tape and nylon tip. The clear housing allows the glow material to charge in the case. It can be removed from the case for other applications, and has a narrow eyelet tip for feeding through crowded spaces.