Jameson’s 10-316-150 Little Buddy fish tape is designed for running inside and outside conduit drops as well as home drops from the hand-hole box to a building. It is also used for light pole and control wiring or walker ducts. It features a drag brake and safety feed eye to control payout, and it operates vertically or horizontally.
Klein Tools’ 56335 1/4-in.-wide spring steel fish tape features a protective coating to reduce noncontact moisture and humidity and keeps the steel dry to touch. The plastic tip reduces catching, and the case and handle offer impact resistance. Laser-etched markings in 1 ft. increments show the length of conduit runs and amount of tape left to pay out.
Jameson’s Wee Buddy 1/8-in. fish tape is designed for occupied conduit as small as 1/2 in. The round rod slides over existing wires, especially at bends, with a nonbinding payout and return to canister. The easy-grip design allows for more efficient pushing and pulling. It features a nonconductive fiberglass rod, a 1/2-in. bending radius and a 200-lb. pull/tensile strength. It...
Greenlee’s steel fishtape features a comfort-handle grip that reduces fatigue. The smaller fisheye with offset bend for improved fishing ability and the viewing port gives visibility to remaining tape and the ability to remove job site debris quickly. The rugged case design improves drop-impact capability.
Milwaukee Tool’s Angler 120-ft. steel fish tape is cordless and battery-powered. Users can automatically reel tape into the drum for a cleaner job site. It is designed to pull No. 10 and No. 12 wires, and it has interchangeable steel and nonconductive drums.
Rack-A-Tiers’ Laserline kit includes a CO2-powered gun that shoots a foam dart attached to 200-ft. line. It is designed for applications like pulling wire across a T-bar ceiling or through a crawl space. Users fire the Laserline, attach a wire, walk around and pull the wire from there.