Channellock’s 968 7½-inch forged wire stripper is made in the United States with U.S. steel. It features a spring-loaded handle for easy, one-handed operation and a lock for safe storage. It strips 10–20 AWG solid and stranded wire, has a reaming head for up to 1-in. conduit and cuts 6–32 and 8–32 bolts.
Knipex Tools’ forged wire stripper is designed for stripping and cutting solid and stranded wire between 10–20 AWG. It features screw-cutting holes for 6–32 and 8–32 screws. Users can cut from the front or back side of the tool. It features locating ridges between the stripping holes for finding the correct stripping holes without looking and wide, knurled gripping jaws...
Ideal Industries’ T-5T wire stripper features precision-ground, knife-type blades, built-in looping holes, wire cutters and a convenient plier nose. It is made of a corrosion-resistant, black oxide finish. It strips 10–18 AWG solid, 12–20 AWG stranded. It features form-ground, knife-type blades for stripping without nicking the conductor.
Channellock’s 968 forged wire stripper is made from 100% forged U.S. steel and strips 10–20 AWG solid and stranded wire. It features a lock for safe storage. It has screw shears that are precision-machined to prevent damage to threads when cutting 6–32 and 8–32 machine screws. Its curved cutting shear is designed to contain material during handling.
Southwire Tools’ S1018SOL solid and stranded wire stripper is made of stainless steel. It features a serrated nose for twisting and pulling, and it is rust-proof. It shears 8–32 and 6–32 screws. The precision-milled cutting blades will not nick conductors. It features double-dipped handles enable a firm grip.
Jonard Tools’ wire stripper and cutter features gripping and stripping jaws that hold and strip wire with a squeeze of the handle. The jaw design holds wire securely in place when stripping. The handle features a dual-component thermoplastic rubber grips.