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Knipex Electrical Installation Pliers

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6 work functions in one pair of pliers – ideal for electrical installations
The KNIPEX 13 82 200 electrical installation pliers replace up to 6 individual tools for electrical installation: cutting, wire stripping, gripping, bending, deburring and crimping – all in one tool. With user-friendly, multi-component grips.
The multifunctional tool for electricians
For cutting cable, for wire stripping, deburring, bending, gripping and crimping
Due to their many functions, these universal pliers mean there is no need to constantly change tools. Just one tool is adequate for the most important, recurring work steps in electrical installation.
Good ideas practically built in
The electrical installation pliers save time, space and weight. At 200 mm long, they fit in any tool bag and with a weight of just 280 g they are light weight – especially compared to a number of individual tools.
Versatile tool for professional users
The tips of the gripping surface of the installation pliers are smooth, enabling single conductors to be held and positioned without damaging them. Profiled gripping surfaces and a pipe grip are provided for flat and round materials. The induction hardened precision cutting edges produce clean cut Cu and Al cables up to Ø 15 mm. Thanks to their non-slip multi-component grips, the installation pliers are safe and comfortable to use.

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  • Value For Money is rated at a 5/5 for Knipex Electrical Installation Pliers :

  • Overall is rated at a 5/5 for Knipex Electrical Installation Pliers :

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Review for Knipex Electrical Installation Pliers by CED Electrical
2nd April 2020

Anyone that knows knipex, knows they're the best and this tool is right up there! I bought it just to try because I'm a tool addict, but now I can't be without it!

Anyone that knows knipex, knows they're the best and this tool is right up there! I bought it just to try because I'm a tool addict, but now I can't be without it!


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Review for Knipex Electrical Installation Pliers by Synergy Integrated Solutions Limited
13th March 2020

This stripper is invaluable when you’ve got a fair amount of flex to strip. Gets it nice and neat every time.

This stripper is invaluable when you’ve got a fair amount of flex to strip. Gets it nice and neat every time.


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Review for Knipex Electrical Installation Pliers by M. Cox Electrical
20th January 2020

Quite expensive but I think worth the money, next to my cutters these have place in my tool bag. I mostly use them for the second fix jobs.

Quite expensive but I think worth the money, next to my cutters these have place in my tool bag.

I mostly use them for the second fix jobs.


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Review for Knipex Electrical Installation Pliers by Dragon Electrical
24th January 2019

Great to use and can be stored away in tool boxes and bags, great to keep in the van. Would even be handy for use at home when needed.

Great to use and can be stored away in tool boxes and bags, great to keep in the van. Would even be handy for use at home when needed.


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Review for Knipex Electrical Installation Pliers by Brite Spark Electrical
21st July 2018

Tbh I found these to be quite awkward to work with and found it much easier using separate shears and pliers.

Tbh I found these to be quite awkward to work with and found it much easier using separate shears and pliers.


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Review for Knipex Electrical Installation Pliers by HW UK SERVICES LTD
21st February 2018

Very good add on tool to existing cutters. Easy to co cut 25mm ties. Plus handy grip, slim shape that gives access to tight spaces. Don’t forget about 1.5 & 2.5 cable insulation stripper. Overal very handy tool. A must have for every sparky

Very good add on tool to existing cutters. Easy to co cut 25mm ties. Plus handy grip, slim shape that gives access to tight spaces. Don’t forget about 1.5 & 2.5 cable insulation stripper. Overal very handy tool. A must have for every sparky


27th April 2018

Alright, guys, a little review on these KNIPEX Electrical Insulation Pliers. This is a comfort grip, but you can get insulation grips or PVC dip grips on these, but I just got these because it's all they had in stock when I went in. There's a couple of features in them, which saves you having to carry several pairs of pliers, and if you're like me and don't like carrying too much weight around with you. There's a cable sheer built into the centre bit, can strip three different types of cable through these pre-sized holes, which are 0.7 mil, 1.5 mil, and 2.5 mil. It can crimp from 0.5 mil up to 2.5 mil as well, located here.

It's got a nut grabbed, and then needle-nosed pliers, which are serrated and then flush on the end, so you can just grab things and do a little more delicate work. Also great at getting into things, really good set of pliers. This cable sheer is brilliant as well, it goes through cable no problem whatsoever. Far better than [inaudible 00:00:52], which is to be fair brilliant, and the cable stripper is great. I've got some 1.5 cable and straight through, no problem. Just twist and pull, no damage whatsoever to the copper. Really nice pliers, nice and smooth as well out the box. All round, really decent set of pliers, and can save you a bit of room in your toolbox or your tool belt depending, whatever you use. Thanks anyway, guys.


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