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Craftsman  Stripping Tool

  Item#  00982544000 | Model#  82544
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Product Overview:
Color/Finish: Black; yellow handle
Type: Wire cutters and strippers
Strips: 16 - 26 AWG
Insulated: No
Dimensions and Weight:
Item Weight (lbs.): 1

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Pull, strip and cut wire, grip small electrical nuts with [TT_Pliers] nose. Built-in looping holes loop wire quickly. Lock tab protects blades during storage. For 16-26 AWG wire.

Spring return opens handles after each cut to speed work. Rust resistant oxide coated steel with vinyl grips.

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Added on May 13, 2010

 

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6 Reviews Write a review
5 Reviewers (83.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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MrSnipes0958

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Nettleton, MS

Mar 6 , 2014
via sears.com
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Great wire stripper!!

This stripper is designed for smaller gauge wire but still does an excellent job. It was on sale and with the lifetime warranty it didn't make sense not to buy it. Great tool, continuing good luck with Craftsman tools.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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sham1

Forest Park, IL

Jan 25 , 2012
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The wire stripper/cutter is great.

I am not tool-inclined at all but found this tool and instructions to be so simple and easy. It cut and stripped the wires with precision. I also like the safety locking feature on the tool which gave me added safety assurance when storing.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Cyberobb99

Ashburn, VA

Jan 3 , 2012
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These strippers are so tough and stay sharp & effective.

These wire strippers are tough and keep their cutting edge for a long time.  In fact, I usually lose them long before I wear them out.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Alpinef1

Decatur, IL

Oct 4 , 2010
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Cuts very nice

I have purchased these to replace some I have had for 8 yrs. These are very sharp and cut the insulation very easily and are very compact and fit in my pouch very nicely. And as always has a great warranty.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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HondaWhiteFox

Elburn, IL

Sep 12 , 2010
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My favorite wire strippers

I bought myself a pair of #82544 wire strippers for work a few years ago, and they've become my favorite pair of strippers to use. Nothing fancy at all about them, but they don't need to be because they just plain work. They've been used quite a bit in production work, and the blades seem to have as sharp of an edge on them as when I bought them. Personally, I like the light opening spring opposed to the stronger ones on other pairs I've used. I have a better feel on the blades that way, and I've become quite good at stripping the outer shell off coaxial type wires using the cutting blades to circle the wire.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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sfhccemp

Martinez, CA

Apr 8 , 2009
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Found a cheaper, better solution

I found it mildly ironic that the soldering iron (with batteries included) had a hard time melting the solder that came with the kit (even on high heat). After 30 minutes of trying to solder two 18 guage wires together on my truck, I admitted to myself that my stick-to-itivness was really just wasting my time. As a result, unable to get the job done, I wasted more time returning the soldering iron to my local Sears (who I must admit was fantastic in accepting it with absolutely no questions asked). After getting the $20 back, I picked up Craftsman No's 54041 (30-W soldering iron) for $8, 82544 (wire stripper) for $9, and a tube of solder for a couple of bucks. Summary: If you don't have a plug near where you're going to be soldering, save your money and buy the cheaper plug-in soldering iron and an extension cord.


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