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    Posted: 14 April 2019 at 10:36pm

these make stripping flex so quick and easy, ten out of ten to the designer




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...mine aren't Stanley but they are identical and yes they ARE BRILLIANT!!
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And here's me thinking that I was going to see an obese porn star when I looked at this thread
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Ive got one branded as VISE-GRIP but it looks exactly the same as the Stanley,  its great, works well :)
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Fairly sure Stanley aren't the originator of these, mine are CK Tools, I own 3 sets!

Great on FST patch cable too.

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yeah, handy tools but have been about for ages. Don't remember what brand my set are other than they're blue lol. 

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Well they are new to me :)

Same with these, more fun than a barrel of monkeys..
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Just bought the Fatmax stripper as a result of this thread. Great tool!! Thanks!! 

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People are talking about sets, are there different sizes? A quick google has thrown up screwfix, Amazon, B&Q and others as suppliers. Where have others got theirs from? Think I could do with one/several of these!!!
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3 sets of the same tool I guess. I got mine from Screwfix although B&Q are supposed to sell it too. A must have tool. The one I got strips 0.2 to 6mm cables. Another advantage is you can strip several wires of the same length at the same time. 

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote kevinmcdonough Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 April 2019 at 11:52pm
Originally posted by TMH Music TMH Music wrote:

People are talking about sets, are there different sizes? A quick google has thrown up screwfix, Amazon, B&Q and others as suppliers. Where have others got theirs from? Think I could do with one/several of these!!!

I think when they say "set" they mean more like "pair", as in a pair of pliers, but only meaning one actual item. Certainly in my comment that's what I meant. 
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Are there any good on screened cable? 
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