What's special about this wire cutting tool?
- Professional grade cutting strength for efficient and quality cuts each time
- Smooth spring action reduces hand fatigue and allows for easy, repetitive cutting
- Rust resistant electrophoretic deposition finish for a longer-lasting and more aesthetically pleasing tool
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Platinum Tools® Steel Wire Cutter features a heavy duty, high leverage design that provides you with singlehanded cutting action on a wide variety of hard to cut materials, such as stainless steel wire and piano wire. The blade is designed to ensure a clean cut without pinching or crushing the material so that fittings and terminals can go on easily and your work is finished efficiently.
- Contoured handles provide a comfortable grip that allows you to work longer with less fatigue
- Forged from quality chrome molybdenum that has been hardened to 58-60 HRC to ensure top quality product strength and performance
- Safety latch keeps the tool closed when not in use to save space inside your tool bag, and helps prevent blade-related hand injury when retrieving the wire cutter from storage
- Bright orange handle grips make this wire cutter stand out from the rest for easy location inside crowded tool chests or boxes
|Material:||Forged Chrome Molybdenum|
|Dimensions:||8" x 2 1/4" x 1/2"|
|Stainless Steel Wire:||3.0 mm - 1/8" - 0.118"|
|Stainless Steel Wire Rope:||2.0 mm - 5/64" - 0.079"|
|Piano Wire:||3.0 mm - 1/8" - 0.118"|
|Iron Wire:||4.0 mm - 5/32" - 0.157"|
|Threaded Steel Rod:||4.0 mm - 5/32" - 0.157"|
|Steel Bolts:||4.0 mm - 5/32" - 0.157"|
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