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Wilton SHR Shear

Wilton SHR Strut and Threaded Rod Shear

Wilton Makes Simple, Safe Cuts to Strut, Threaded Rod, and More The Wilton SHR Shear makes cutting Unistrut, Powerstrut, B-Line, Superstrut, back-to-back strut, and threaded rod safer and simpler. Unlike cutting with abrasives or saws, the Wilton SHR leaves you with a burr-free cut that you can install straight away. What’s the Big Deal? The […]

Crescent Wiss Tradesman Shears

Crescent Wiss Tradesman Shears

Crescent Wiss Tradesman Shears Put Scissors to Shame Your standard, run-of-the-mill scissors might not have the chops to cut it in the trades. Yes, we used a bad pun. That’s why Crescent offers the Wiss Shears, made to stand up to the rigors of professional applications. Scissors Don’t Quite Cut It Pros complain that scissors […]

Greenlee Shear 30T: Hydraulically Increasing Productivity

Greenlee Shear 30T: Hydraulically Increasing Productivity

If shearing strut and threaded rod is your name, but you’d like to eliminate burrs and rework from your game, consider the Greenlee Shear 30T.  Greenlee designed this powerful shearing solution to increase the efficiency of your shop. The Shear 30T promises to eliminate rework, improve precision, and increase productivity. The Greenlee Shear 30T In […]

Review8.8(out of 10)
Klein Tools Kurve 8-18 AWG Heavy Duty Wire Stripper

Klein Kurve Heavy-Duty Wire Stripper 8-18 AWG

Klein has a remarkably deep bench of hand tools with over one hundred fifty types of pliers alone. More than fifty of those are strippers/cutters/crimpers. Today, I have one of the brand’s newest additions, the Klein Kurve Heavy-Duty Wire Stripper. The “Kurve” moniker is a stylized reference to the curve in one of the asymmetric handles designed for […]

Review9.2(out of 10)
Milwaukee M12 Plastic Pipe Shear

Milwaukee M12 Plastic Pipe Shear

Just as Electricians must constantly cut wire as a matter of course, Plumbers find the most repetitive task of the trade to be cutting pipe. Traditionally, we’ve used a hacksaw, a reciprocating saw, or a ratcheting hand cutter. But those first two require a large working area with no wall or other obstruction behind the […]