Multi-Purpose 8-in-1 Wire Stripper, Cutter, And Crimper With Padded Handles

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Part# 11-19688
MFR Model# 360-637


The 8-in-1 tool features a wire stripper, cutter, bolt cutter, pliers, wire loop, insulated, non-insulated, and automotive crimper eliminating having to carry all these separate tools.

Prevent having to carry multi tools to a wiring job. This 8-in-1 tool cuts the wire to size, strips it, and then your ready to use it to crimp the connector to the wire. It cuts, strips, and crimps connectors onto wires between 10 and 22 AWG. It also has a spot to crimp soft metal 2 AWG automotive wire connectors. Only being 9" in size enables it to fit in any tool pouch.

Use the nose of the 8-in-1 tool like pliers and the center of the tool to cut bolts. The nose of the tool grabs items like long nose pliers and right behind it is curved area to turn nuts and bolts. Move down to the center of the tool to cut bolt sizes 4-40 to 10-32. The 4" cushioned handles, one curved, fits comfortably in the palm of your hand as you squeeze them shut, while the spring release makes it easy to move to the next job.


  • Soft cushioned handles help prevent grip fatigue
  • Strip, cut, and crimp with one tool saving time and money
  • Curved wire cutter for larger gauge cables
  • Crimps insulated and non-insulated wires
  • Spring coil release action for convenience
  • Locking latch keeps the tool shut while not in use
  • Hardened steel construction for longevity


  • Weight 0.5



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