Jameson’s fiber optic shears feature high-carbon stainless steel blades for cutting Kevlar fibers, soft cable, wire insulation, tape, cable ties and other electronic materials. The comfort-grip, ambidextrous handle and notched, serrated edges enable the user to grip material and remove wire jackets safely.
Crescent Tools’ 10-in. heavy-duty titanium-coated tradesman shears provide corrosion-resistance and are three times harder than steel. The full metal core extends through the handle for maximum strength and increased durability. The control channel accommodates the index finger for increased control and cutting stability.
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.
Knipex’s electricians’ shears feature precisely ground blades with fine serration for a clean, nonslip cut. The cutting edges are made from stainless steel, and the handles have multicomponent grips and are fiberglass-reinforced.