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Blusmart: Wire Stripper Multi Tool, Orange/Gray, $10.39 AC/Shipping: Amazon

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  • Strips wires and cables from 10-24 AWG (0.2~6.0mm²)
  • Adjustable
  • Made out of nickel chromium steel
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i hate doing electrical and these type of strippers make it a little more tolerable. not great for the small gauge, probably 60% success rate for me first try, and where it catches for the length is somewhat variable but especially for larger gauge and getting a strip started i prefer to use them.
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I have this same set that I use for speaker wire. Just bought another set for my nephew. Thanks op
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Thanks OP, in for one.
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Kind of funny that half of the reviewers are wife's or girlfriends who just happened to buy their husbands or boyfriends this tool. That's typical for people who get these free or at a huge discount and they will always write a great review to keep getting free stuff. For $5 more you can get the Irwin tool which has a ton of reviews and my guess is that they would be better.
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I thought it was a spider Man suit from the thumbnail image. Just got done putting a new ceiling fan in. Not sure on these. But every home owners needs a pair of these(any brand)
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Kind of funny that half of the reviewers are wife's or girlfriends who just happened to buy their husbands or boyfriends this tool. That's typical for people who get these free or at a huge discount and they will always write a great review to keep getting free stuff. For $5 more you can get the Irwin tool which has a ton of reviews and my guess is that they would be better.
Exactly ^^

and, if you just want this generic stuff with sketchy review and promotion practices, there are identical items with different branding all over also and eBay for this or less everyday.

one example: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B075CS4QXK?psc=1
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Kind of funny that half of the reviewers are wife's or girlfriends who just happened to buy their husbands or boyfriends this tool. That's typical for people who get these free or at a huge discount and they will always write a great review to keep getting free stuff. For $5 more you can get the Irwin tool which has a ton of reviews and my guess is that they would be better.
Interesting that wives and girlfriends are buying their husbands and boyfriends strippers. Applause
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Interesting that wives and girlfriends are buying their husbands and boyfriends strippers. Applause
Ha! 😎
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Interesting that wives and girlfriends are buying their husbands and boyfriends strippers. Applause
Well played sir
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I suggest this pair: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000OQ21CA Irwin


I have a pair of Dr.Meter brand: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00T77KC96 that look like they came from the same factory as the one in the OP. While they might look like the Irwin one, the Dr.Meter are mediocre at best. I would thinking the Blusmart ones are in the same boat as the Dr.Meter.
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Kind of funny that half of the reviewers are wife's or girlfriends who just happened to buy their husbands or boyfriends this tool. That's typical for people who get these free or at a huge discount and they will always write a great review to keep getting free stuff. For $5 more you can get the Irwin tool which has a ton of reviews and my guess is that they would be better.
I've had the Irwin for a few years. Works perfect, even on thin gauge wire every single time - except if the wire is greasy or the insulation is thin and slippery, you might have to try a couple more times to get a good grip on the wire. I cannot compare the Irwin to this one since I have not tried this, but I agree that $5 less does not worth the risk of getting a less than perfect tool.
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Interesting that wives and girlfriends are buying their husbands and boyfriends strippers. Applause
Is it really that interesting? Ever bought your wife/gf a spa day? It's a day of quiet for both. :-)
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I agree. There are even equivalent brands already priced below $10 on Amazon [prime eligible]. Not bashing the OP. I appreciate you posting this. I have a pair of these type of wire strippers which were a bit more expensive that are good quality that I've been using with great success for 6 or 7 years now. Who knows, maybe these would work just as well and last just as long and I overpaid (wish I could recall the brand darn it!). These Link [amazon.com] are only $9.95 on Amazon and have a lifetime satisfaction guarantee even if you are just not satisfied with them and they look very similar. So I guess my point is without much effort or time searching, you can find similar or better products for less money [without a coupon] so I am not sure this is worthy of a FP Deal. Thank You for posting though!
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i hate doing electrical and these type of strippers make it a little more tolerable. not great for the small gauge, probably 60% success rate for me first try, and where it catches for the length is somewhat variable but especially for larger gauge and getting a strip started i prefer to use them.

Quick tip to help you on small gauges:
Put wire in and gently close the tool. When it is closed just enough to grip the wire in place, pull the rest of the wire upwards, as if you're going to wrap it around the head of the tool. Just slightly keep some upwards pressure and the tool will keep it's grip, you can squeeze the rest of the way and it will strip properly every time.
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