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Klein Tools 11061 Wire Stripper / Wire Cutter for Solid and Stranded AWG Wire, Heavy Duty Kleins are Self Adjusting

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Description

  • Wire Stripper with stripping head that adjusts to strip: 10-20 AWG solid, 12-22 AWG stranded, and 12/2 and 14/2 Romex cable (all sizes) and other nonmetallic (type NM) sheathed cable
  • Adjustable stopper to control the length of the core strip
  • Tensioning thumb wheel allows for precise stripping of smaller gauge wire
  • Convenient wire cutter in handle
  • Grooved grips are designed for added comfort

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Customer Reviews

A must have for Romex... I consider these a must have for Romex. Using the standard 12/2 with ground Romex, these cutters can strip off the Romex cover with one squeeze and then strip both the hot and neutral wires together with another squeeze. Two quick squeezes in about 5 seconds total and the Romex is ready for wiring. It doesn't matter if you're trimming off 2 inches or 2 feet of Romex cover, there is nothing in this price range that is faster. Even 14/3 with ground can be done in the above manner. Of course the adjustable cutter length stop has to be rotated or removed and then the Romex inserted from the top rather than from the side. This also allows for easier positioning of cuts for various lengths. Also the Romex cover must be stripped off at least 1 1/2 inches for both jaws to be able to grab onto enough of the insulated wire itself for the final wire stripping cut. The built in cutters will cut the entire Romex 12/2 cable with ease. A little practice reveals the perfect technique for the individual user.I've done AWG 8 to AWG 20 so I've run the gamut, so to speak. Even though AWG 8 wasn't recommended. Seriously though, I'm really impressed with the ease at which this stripper accomplishes the job at hand. Strip a 20 ga. and then go right to a 10 ga and the tool automatically adjusts for a quality strip. Mine was a little rough when new but it wore it pretty quickly. I've probably done a couple hundred strips which in reality is still in the break in stage. I'll update if any problems arise with use. Sure wish I had purchased one sooner as not having to line up the correct slot every time is awesome. Especially at 67, my eyesight isn't as keen as it once was. Now the risk of nicking or scraping the wire is gone. The cut isn't quite as precise because of the pulling apart feature but I'm happy with it.I also tried the Irwin brand. While the Irwin seem to strip just fine, the wire cutter itself is seriously lacking. The over lapping shearing action of the Klein is much sharper and quicker to cut. The stop on the Irwin is plastic which looks kind of tacky to be putting on a quality tool. Just my taste I guess, because the metal one on the Klein is much more Pro looking. The Irwin does have crimping slots but to me they are more of a novelty because one can't get much leverage to crimp in the middle of the grip. Especially the larger spark plug type sizes that are included. I would never use them anyway since I have a dedicated crimper.The Klein 11061 strippers are not old school, but they sure work and do it fast as well...kd 5but not any better than my Vice-Grip auto strippers I have a couple of "lesser" automatic wire strippers, but purchased this Klein stripper to use when I'm working at a customer's facility because it looks more professional to use "name brand" tools.It works well enough, but not any better than my Vice-Grip auto strippers. In fact, I prefer the Vice-Grip strippers over these for the same reason others have mentioned; the wire length stopper just won't stay tight. I can set the length and tighten the screw with my fingers as tight as I can, use them once, put them in my back pocket for just a minute, pull them back out to use again, and the wire length stopper will be loose and flopping around. They should rename it "wire length flopper". What's odd is that after tightening, I can feel that everything is secure and shows no signs of looseness or movement. Short of tightening with pliers(which is not practical), this is just something I have to live with when I use them. The Vice-Grip strippers, on the other hand, work great and haven't give me any trouble (short of the occasional piece of insulation staying inside). 3Very fragile, not good for a tool. I bought the first pair and used it for a couple days and the adjustment screw broke off. I filed a return and was sent another in two day, which was great until I took the second pair out of the pack and the exact same screw was already broken off.I will give them credit, when they are working they are great, very easy to use.Update:A third set showed up today. There was a large sticker on it that says it was inspected.It was broken in the exact same place as the other two. SMH 2Don't overtighten dials because they might break. Great product. I can't knock it. However I am going to tell you what happened to mine. The turn dial that regulates how much insulation gets striped off broke. So now I can't change the length of the insulation to get stripped. I wouldn't mind as much if it was stuck at a longer setting because than I could regulate it myself, which would still suck, but it could at least be regulated. But it's stuck on the shortest setting. Still works, but sometimes I need more wire exposed so I have to do it the old school way. Klein, if you're listening, please help. 5Klein Tools 11061 Self-Adjusting Type UF and NM-B Cable and Wire Stripper/Cutter These Klein sire strippers have been working great for stripping smaller 2 and 3-wire NM-B and Type UF cables that I work with frequently. I seem to work with 10/2, 12/2 and 14/2 UF cables a lot and these strippers take the normally tedious job of removing the outer jacket from Type UF cable and make it easy to accomplish. Finding strippers that work on 2-wire UF is fairly easy since there are several out there, but the fact that these Klein's also work on flat 12/3 and 14/3 UF is a tremendous advantage for the type of work I do. They even work well for me on the old, weathered hard plastic UF cable jackets I run into on some jobs. The strippers are adjustable and also handle the regular task of wire cutting and stripping insulation off individual 10 to 20 AWG solid and 12 to 22 AWG stranded conductors for termination. The only modification I made to these strippers was to remove the depth stop, which just seemed to get in the way and was unnecessary for my needs. It's held in with a little C-clip and can always be put back on later if it is ever needed. Overall, I really like these strippers and use them almost daily, so am glad to have them in my tool bucket. These are very similar to the Irwin wire strippers but, don't have the crimper feature. The do have an all metal head design though with two captive metal thumb screws for the adjustments and a metal depth stop as opposed to having the plastic depth stop that Irwin uses. 5Take a few minutes to read the directions and practice with difference AWG sizes I won this as a door prize and was initially skeptical. All of those moving parts. I am perfectly capable to stripping and cutting wire using my trusty blue and yellow handle Irwin strippers.I put them in my electrical kit in the truck and forgot about them until 2 weeks later.A major customer, large resort and golf club wanted to switch all of their RTUs to Honeywell RedLINK system.I am glad I had my new toy. Much easier, much more consistent and less hand cramps. We did such a nice job with the new sensors, EIM boxes and thermostat installation my boss bought two more pairs to give to my team. 4Klein, Who? Come on guys... What a piece of shiz. I bought this for house projects to use while stripping romex to make life easier. I did a few practice runs to get use to the mechanism and tensioner crew. I decided to give it a go. It worked great for the first two cuts and and strips while connecting an easily accessible switch and an attic light fixture. Made three cuts with the cutter and 3 strips on 14-2 solid wire which was the same wire that i test ran. Two days later I went to install an additional fixture in a second (much tighter and way less accessible location in the attic) spot, and it wouldn t strip. The cutter also just pinched the wire and didn t even score all the way through the insulation. Try to imagine being As far into the attic as you can get, drenched in sweat, covered in a coat of itchy attic insulation, and your tool decides to take a dump. I had my diagonal cutter in my back pocket otherwise I would have chucked that f in tool straight through my ceiling and had my wife climb up a ladder with another tool. I was pretty excited to knock out 10 recessed lights with this thing but that ain t happening now. Thanks for clacreaing me, Klein. I have easily 10-12 Klein hand tools that I have owned for close to 15 years... these things didn t last 15 days. I m going to call Klein and see how their customer service treats my situation and come back with a follow comment. Stayed tuned. 1Love this style wire stripper. The length adj thumbscrew won't stay tight. Solid quality tool. Klein is a good brand. Klein is a good brand. I thought these would be superior in every way to my harbor freight version of the same tool. In some ways it is superior. The handle feels better for example. It is a solid feeling tool.The only thing that bugs me about the Klein tool is that when I adjust the length and tighten down the thumbscrew, it won't stay tight. (the harbor freight one stays really tight) I also don't notice that it works any better than the harbor freight one does. (sometimes I use that one instead just because it is handy)If you haven't used this type of wire stripper before, but one......you won't regret it. You simply set the thickness and length (both of which are somewhat optional in many cases) and squeeze the handle. It strips wire. Those cheap wire strippers are just going to rust in the bottom of my toolbox now that I have this style wirestripper. It is a pretty impressive design that clamps down on the wire as you squeeze and pulls the insulation in two different directions. There must be a knife on the left side but it all happens so quick I never really looked to see how it even works.I love this style, I like Klein, it is slightly annoying that the thumbscrew won't stay tight. The harbor freight tool isn't much less expensive or much different to be honest. 4Wow, great for tapping car wiring and for working on regular home outlets wiring. These strippers are really cool, they can create a bare section in the middle of a wire that allows you to insert, wrap, flux, and solder another wire into the section (military splice) with ease! Never been able to do that before. Gentle enough to use on small wiring (when adjusted properly) but still works on cutting and stripping 14-10 awg wire in your home for wiring outlets and such. Just great...really (unless you're dealing with very small gauge wire, like under 20) the only set of strippers you'll ever need for home, auto, and electronics projects. Buy them now.My only complaint is the tensioner the tightens the length/stop guard comes loose a lot and the guard will "flop" down on it's own and need to be placed back and tightened, but it's not like it falls off and get lost or anything. The guard is designed to swing away...just not unless you unlock it with the tensioner. The tensioner comes loose on it's own from using the stripper. Not a deal breaker. If you're doing auto accessory installation, buy this now, it will pay for itself after 3 uses. 5Best Wirestripper Ever!!!! Best wire stripper I have ever used. Ordered this and the Kline Katapult but never even opened the other. After reading reviews tried this one first and it is amazing. Just pulls the sheathing from the wires. Romex gets the outside sheath removed first, then you can do each of the single wires. I had no problems at any time. There is a small part that acts as a stopper for uniform lengths that can be rotated out of the way, when moved to full length. I did this for all my "cuts" as it is in the way most of the time, which would be my only complaint. Might be much more useful for something else or other type of wire "cutting" procedures, just not useful for me. Otherwise, I will never use another wire stripper again, this is the one to get! 5
Klein Tools 11061 Wire Stripper / Wire Cutter for Solid and Stranded AWG Wire, Heavy Duty Kleins are Self Adjusting

Klein Tools 11061 Wire Stripper / Wire Cutter for Solid and Stranded AWG Wire, Heavy Duty Kleins are Self Adjusting

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
NZ$ 87.00
Sale price
NZ$ 87.00
Regular price
NZ$ 144.00
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Save 40% (NZ$ 57.00)