Involvement:Expert (understands the inner workings) - Ownership:1 day to 1 week
These tools are excellent value for the money. Push down on the lock, snap it onto the cable, and spin it round a couple times. It doesn't cut entirely through the cable jacket, so the inner conductors aren't nicked. Bend the cable, and snap! the jacket parts cleanly at the cut.
Can't think of any, really.
I wouldn't use the punchdown insert, but -- hey -- it's not primarily a punchdown tool. Use the right tool for that job, i.e., use a punchdown tool on punchdown connectors.
I'd rather see a narrow-slot wire stripper on the end rather than a punchdown tool.
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