This product comes complete with two The 66-bit and the 110-bit (as of 2010).
Replacement bit assembly that can be removed and replaced
The spare bit holder is integrated into the design
Tools with which to punch downward
Selected User Reviews For StarTech.com Punch Down Tool with 110 and 66 Blades - Punch-down tool - Removable and replaceable Bits - 110PUNCHTOOL, red
A cutting nib that is not made well or cast poorly
The second piece of equipment we bought was for a tech tasked with a new wiring project. I ended up having to replace the cutting tool after about 20 terminations because the 'U' shaped section snapped off and the tool was no longer usable. isn't of high enough caliber to withstand The experience was overall a disappointment for the first time. As a result, we were able to complete the job since we had a replacement nib from Ideal. StarTech tools are my first purchase from StarTech - so I'm quite happy with them They have provided me with electronic components and accessories that I have long used and resold. There is a warranty, so hopefully it will be honored. I am very likely to purchase their other tools in the future. products are more expensive, but they are worth every penny!.
| Jul 27, 2020
The handle and blade of the axe are An unqualified 5 star rating
An example of a twist-lock chuck is This product is rated 2 stars out of 5. It's best to break this up It was easy to use and the punch mechanism (handle) worked perfectly. There is a common punch mechanism used by most manufacturers. In the twist-lock chuck, there is a blade that is locked in place by pressure on the twist-lock. This review is based on two There has been so much use of the tool that it's now flipping Flips around on the ground. (Although the blade is kept in the case. *)Br>
The punch blades work very well. An unqualified 5 star rating. The 66 blade is what prompted me to buy this tool. I love how well it fits. *(The 110 blade is also good. ) ** I returned the first tool I received because the twist-lock chuck was very loose. It was a pleasure to receive a replacement so quickly. Despite being much better, the chuck on the replacement tool is As a result of my analysis, I determined the following There are no moving parts on the locking tab that fits into the groove of the blade to provide twisting and locking support It ends with the letter C Tabs from other manufacturers are longer and less short. This tab is a little longer on tools from other manufacturers. There are several perks to this this will be a good back-up A tool that allows you to lift up. Those excellent blades will be put to use in another push It is a tool that goes down.
| Jul 27, 2020
Knock-off goods at a low price The tool is off, the blade is not 66, and it has poor design
There is nothing impressive about this knock-off I did not use the tool seen in the advertisement. Punch tools whose entire point is half-ed The color yellow is half-orange You need to know which side of the cable is going to cut so that you know how to work on it. On the cut, the color is yellow. According to the picture in the ad, the blade should be aligned for this, but on the one that I received, it is positioned sideways in the frame. As a result, it's impossible to tell which way to hold the tool without seeing the blade itself! Furthermore, the base does not have the 66 blade (yes, I did check the holder). It would be $12 if it were. The late 90s or early 100s are fine. For $35, however, this is a piece of Instead of returning the tool, I bit the bullet and got a Fluke punch tool.
| Nov 07, 2020
Putting the spring in the right place should fix the issue
The blades, however, are the Having worked as a telephone operator for 41+ years, I won't use this often due to technological constraints so I expect this to work just fine. Initially, the spring I used did not keep the blade in the tool, I now have to adjust the tension, and it's still a bit loose but should work for my needs. There is one thing I really dislike about There are two connectors, a 110 and a 66e. It is again worth mentioning that in this case, both blades are the same, a 110 cutter on one end and a 66e cutter on the other. For multiple connections, there needs to be a cutter on one end and a terminator on the other. So I guess I can still make use of my old needle nose pliers.
| Oct 25, 2020
As a rule, what you pay for is almost what you get
It gets two stars only due to price it is cheaply made, but at least it is affordable. Here are the problems. The first problem is the loose tool tip. As it goes in, it turns to secure, but there is nothing in that position to hold it. My self-esteem has been shattered more than once as a result of it. It is also facing the wrong way on the "Cut" side. In order to cut the blade, it needs to be pointed in the opposite direction from "Cut".
| Feb 05, 2021
BUY THIS ITEM BUT DO NOT PURCHASE IT! First use of tool resulted in a broken tool
During the connection process, one side of the cutting blade chipped off after I punched down about three connections. Instead, I switched to a non-refundable credit card The blade and one side of the punch were snapped off the first time around. It is not hardened steel that is used in the blades. Moreover, the blades are not firmly held in the tip of the blades. It spins around freely and they fall out of it. This product should be avoided. It is a complete waste of time.
| May 11, 2021
The other is that the blades don't lock
It was not possible to lock the blade in place. It took a bit of site engineering to set it up. Aside from the blade not locking, this is an excellent tool. It is sharp and seems to hold an edge well. I hope the spring is going well for you. As a result of the blade not locking in, I gave it three stars instead of four.
| Jan 18, 2021
This spring loaded tool comes with a hole for punching down
It is inexpensive and effective. You will be able to use this for a while, but after that it will need to be replaced. As this is a fairly cheap product, and since it is not unexpected, it does not affect the review negatively. The whole blade is included.
| Oct 02, 2020