Coaxial, Cable Stripper, RG58, RG59 and RG6
DJ (LAFAYETTE, CO)
This tool is a real looser for me. I could never open the jaws wide enough to lay RG6 cable in place to strip it. I could not easily poke it in from the side, because a wire spring was in the way. The wire spring was bent out of place on the second try. The stripper now strips a spiral which is too deep in that it cuts most of the shielding. Luckily I purchased a different cable stripper locally that worked just fine, it doesn't need a wire spring and RG6 lies correctly in place.
RA (Denton, TX)
Very handy tool ...
RF (Lincoln, Ne)
Well made excellent product. Works extremely well.
DC (Hope, AR)
Easy to use. Clean Stripping.
JH (vancouver, bc)
N/A. Haven't tried it yet but it has to better than my normal tool which doesn't work on coaxial.
RH (Fayetteville, NC)
PP (Hebron, IN)
great produce built tough
DB (Greenview, IL)
Inexpensive stripper allows blade elevation adjustment but not blades separation adjustment, better than struggling by hand.
SH (Suffolk, VA)
It required an adjustment to function correctly but it was quickly and easily accomplished!
HB (PARMA, OH)
TC (san diego, CA)
This is a replacement of an expensive one that broke and works great