PLATO 170 Wire Cutter / Nipper / Plier Tools

PLATO 170 Wire Cutter / Nipper / Plier Tools

PLATO 170 Wire Cutter / Nipper / Plier Tools

PLATO 170 Wire Cutter / Nipper / Plier Tools:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! This is my second set, I like them so much. They cut very close, so perfect for cutting off excess lead lengths when assembling a circuit board. I am being careful not to abuse them by trying to use them on thicker or tougher wires. Very comfortable to hold.los angeles mall,baltimore mall,outlet ☆ free shippingPLATO 170 Wire Cutter / Nipper / Plier Tools
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  • .- Overall Length: 5"- 127 mm
  • .- Blade length: 7/16"
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION This flush wire cutter provides greater access into narrow areas with precision. Cutting edges are precision-hardened for long life. Flush cuts wire copper wire up to 18 AWG . Blue, nonslip, cushioned handles give maximum operator comfort even during prolonged use. Unique return spring is hidden in handles and and measures 5" overall with a 7/16" jaw blade length. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS .- Shape: Flush Shear .- Overall Length: 5"- 127 mm .- Blade length: 7/16" .- Made in USA

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PLATO 170 Wire Cutter / Nipper / Plier Tools

PLATO 170 Wire Cutter / Nipper / Plier Tools:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! This is my second set, I like them so much. They cut very close, so perfect for cutting off excess lead lengths when assembling a circuit board. I am being careful not to abuse them by trying to use them on thicker or tougher wires. Very comfortable to hold.los angeles mall,baltimore mall,outlet ☆ free shippingPLATO 170 Wire Cutter / Nipper / Plier Tools