The machine is self-adjusting and can strip wires from 10 to 24 AWG it crimps insulated and non-insulated wires and ignition terminals 7-9mm in diameter
This tool is constructed out of durable corrosion-resistant alloy steel it has comfortable and secure grip handles for
Jaws are 2 inches in width stopping mechanism is adjustable to control length of core strip.
1 year warranty on Amazon Basics products with a size of 2 inches
Selected User Reviews For Amazon Basics Self-Adjusting Wire Stripper
Wire strippers that are cheap and great
Although they were not my first choice, I decided to give them a try for the price. Since I only do this as a hobby, it was a great buy for the price. This was my first time dealing with a stripper, but she gave me enough to see why she was good. Realistically, this is how things stand It has a good range to remove the plastic covering for your wires. I know it says it has a specific range to work, but as with all things, it depends on what the cover is made of. Hard coverings that do not have any sheathing are very easy to remove with almost any In most cases, I use a 10 to 22 inch wire. You can spend more on some nice fancy smancy wires, but these will do the job for less money.
| Jul 25, 2020
The downside of it is that there are some problems
Despite its many advantages, this wire stripper does have a few drawbacks Once a wire has been stripped, there are two things you need to do Taking the rubber wire cover off the stripper will ensure the wire is not damaged. If you want to fix it, you need to open it Please read
All- All in all, it was a much simpler installation process.
| May 28, 2021
I'm not that keen on it
Wire stripper is a disappointment for me. To properly strip wire, it had to be adjusted several times. Out of the box it was not able to do so. If you skim across the wire once it has been adjusted properly, it strips. When you do a lot of wire strips, it becomes difficult. My older one was damaged by the strippers skimming close to the wire, not stripping it but only damaging it. I tested both of them to see which one did better. It was hit or miss with the new one, unlike the old one that worked perfectly every time. Taking this route isn't a good idea.
| Mar 01, 2021
The quality of the film is poor
It is better to purchase Every time you use the tool, it needs to be re-installed Amounts are adjusted. In spite of the fact that it says "Self-" "Adjusting" has nothing to do with self-adjustment. A mouth-force adjustment dial on the stripper mechanism, as well as a crappy plastic strip are both uncomfortable to use It is necessary to check and adjust the wire-stop length after each use to avoid wire-stop fiasco. The spring to open the pliers is too weak so I have to pull the pliers OPEN after using them to strip the wire. I don't even want to touch it. It is better to purchase Here is the one I'm returning.
| Dec 31, 2020
There was just a slight adjustment to be made to the It is a very useful tool
Having the wires have the same amount of insulation removed is what I like about the backstop. Having to adjust the jaw strength a bit so it was able to hold the wire I was using, was the only adjustment I needed to make. Otherwise, the jaws would slip out of place. As soon as I tightened it, I was able to cut down by ten It is no problem to use 22awg wire.
The wire strippers look nice and feel good in your hands, but every time you go to strip the wire they stick and shred the plastic on the strippers, and the crimp attachment on the stripper is useless
I would not recommend buying these.
| Jun 27, 2021
This occurs about a third of the time
I only got it to work about two out of three I wish I would have ordered a different style but I was swayed by the price to try this brand. After a few uses, the strippers began to get stuck in the closed position and having to be manually opened every time. I wish I would have ordered this brand instead.
| Dec 29, 2020
The only issue is that the price is still worth it
It seems to work as it is supposed to. problem I have is that sometimes the side that prevents the wire from moving will dig into the wire and damage it. Otherwise, it will not strip the wire. It can happen just once in a while or it can happen every time. In spite of that, I like how easy it is to use and how well it works when it's working.
| Jun 13, 2021