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Fluke Networks D Snip Cable Scissors Review




Revainrating 3 out of 5  
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Description of Fluke Networks D Snip Cable Scissors

High quality forged steel construction for strength and durability. File and scraper on both blades for cleaning wire. Notched blade for stripping 19 and 23 gauge wire. Cuts up to 16 gauge solid and 12 gauge stranded wire. Serrated blade for non slip wire cutting.


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Revainrating 1 out of 5

Beware of an inferior junk buyer.

What a mistake. Galvanized steel scissors - not stainless steel - with ridges on the back of the blade. The gap between the blades when open is huge and they swing like a child's toy. The screw has been backed out or staked and is binding and needs to be ground down to adjust. Sorry I made this purchase, what I received is rubbish and NOT used. So many clones and fakes are popping up alongside quality products these days that it takes a detective to know what to buy and what to avoid. They…

  • Good product for the price
  • weak

Revainrating 3 out of 5

:-( Should have listened to the reviews. Mark Klein is for rent.

Should have listened to the reviews. What's wrong with the brand but they can do what Stanley and many other brands do do and license your name to foul the top hole so they can cut comfortably is the fact that the blades don't come together in a way that you can even cut paper they have a certain thickness but unlike a real electrician's scissors they can't cut paper.I think it's good for kids as their first real scissors apart from the ones you get in kindergarten with blunt tips.Can cut…

  • Lots of positive vibes
  • No show

If you haven't used caterpillar scissors or splicing scissors or whatever you call them, these aren't just scissors. They have a micro-serrated edge so when cutting copper wire it grips the wire so you can cut thick wire too. short, strong blades give you plenty of leverage, so you can even use the tip to cut wire, zip ties, or whatever you can attach the tip to because it won't slip. (Scissors have a great bite - most heavy scissors or scissors just slide off the smooth, round, thick wire.)…

  • Hands-free operation
  • Very expensive