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.
Jonard Tools’ wire stripper strips and cuts the most commonly used stranded and single wire gauges. It has a coil-spring opening to reduce fatigue. It is designed to cut surfaces that are hardened, tempered and grounded.
Klein Tools’ Klein-Kurve wire stripper/crimper multitool is designed for voice/data/video professionals. It crimps four connector types, twists, loops and strips solid and stranded wires, and shears 6–32 and 8–32 screws. It has a reinforced head, precision shear-type cutting blades and a tip for grabbing, pulling and bending wires.
Irwin Tools' self-adjusting wire stripper can be used with 10–24 AWG wire. It has a wire cutter, an adjustable stopper that controls the length of the core strip, a swivel knob that micro-adjusts for gauges smaller than 20 AWG and a wire crimper for 10–22 AWG wires and 7–9 mm ignition terminals.