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Klein 1005 Crimping/cutting Tool - Non-insulated/insulated Connectors on

US $20.99

Arviat, Nunavut, Canada

Arviat, Nunavut, Canada
Condition:New Brand:Klein Tools UPC:0092644742040

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Klein tools are known for their quality and professional grade tools and these Crimpers live up to that standard.  Used and loved by technicians, the Klein 1005 Crimper will crimp insulated and non-insulated connectors on 10-22 AWG wire.

Features of the Klein 1005 Crimping Tools

  • Accommodates wire from No 10 to 22 AWG
  • Specially hardened wire cutter in nose
  • Tapered nose design for working in confined spaces
  • Crimping die marked for insulated and non-insulated solderless terminals and connectors
  • Plastic-dipped- cushioned handles for comfort
  • Hot-riveted joint for smooth action and no handle wobble

1005 Specifications:

  • Crimps: 10-22 AWG
  • Handle Color: red
  • Overall Length: 9-3/4'' (248 mm)
  • Weight (lbs.): .80

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