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Tool Clearance (ALL Instore) @ Homebase eg NWS VDE Wire Stripping Pliers £5 was £20 More Brands etc in 1st post! C&C ONLY
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Tool Clearance (ALL Instore) @ Homebase eg NWS VDE Wire Stripping Pliers £5 was £20 More Brands etc in 1st post! C&C ONLY

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Posted 16th Dec 2019Edited by:"Stormpooper"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Found some great reductions on NWS tools at Homebase HERE, all collection only but I have stock in 3 stores within 40 mins drive, checked a few items. These are quality tools used by tradesmen.

Also selling off their 'own' brand? 'Trojan' links to that are and it is at giveaway prices! great for that use once item. The cheapest deals are in there! (for some reason you will have to re click 'low-high' as it won't show the lowest for some reason)

Some really great reductions on metal snips too from Wiss LINK

NWS VDE Combi-Pliers 205mm £10 was £20 LINK
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NWS 240mm Classic Plus Waterpump Pliers £12.48 was £24.95 LINK
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NWS Tin Snip 12in plus £5 was £25 LINK
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NWS Crimping Pliers & Sleeves £18.75 was £37.50 LINK
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Wiss Edge Aviation Snip Right Hand £10 was £34.95 LINK
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Use a knife to strip and you will lightly score the copper conductor which will then make it susceptible to snapping off. Wire strippers are what professional craftsmen use.
If you need to use these special stripping pliers, your not a proper 'lectrician
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If you need to use these special stripping pliers, your not a proper 'lectrician
good stuff, shame most things oos
skipraider16/12/2019 23:20

If you need to use these special stripping pliers, your not a proper …If you need to use these special stripping pliers, your not a proper 'lectrician


I would sort of "ignorantly" have to agree with that
Thanks. Got some tin snips. 🔥
skipraider16/12/2019 23:20

If you need to use these special stripping pliers, your not a proper …If you need to use these special stripping pliers, your not a proper 'lectrician


How do you strip em??
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Use a knife to strip and you will lightly score the copper conductor which will then make it susceptible to snapping off. Wire strippers are what professional craftsmen use.
I just use my teeth.
Wire stripping pliers are highly recommended, especially for stranded cable.
Edited by: "geordie7" 17th Dec 2019
skipraider16/12/2019 23:20

If you need to use these special stripping pliers, your not a proper …If you need to use these special stripping pliers, your not a proper 'lectrician


Alternatively If you don't use the correct tool for the job you're a cowboy who will bodge it and make do, not the best impression to give if you're a sparky
Nicebob17/12/2019 07:14

Use a knife to strip and you will lightly score the copper conductor which …Use a knife to strip and you will lightly score the copper conductor which will then make it susceptible to snapping off. Wire strippers are what professional craftsmen use.


You might, a pro craftsman will say otherwise.

There are better wire strippers on the market, these are not ideal; Jaws overlap, a hand dialled gauge, and no depth indicator. You may aswell use your teeth.

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1) basic/diy
2) ok but doesn't last (tolerance goes)
3) better and last longer, if branded
4) there are plastic moulded styles which is as accurate as high end (near machine level, if good brand) , but doesn't last, no adjustability.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 17th Dec 2019
You are correct.
I didn't say these are any good, just why you shouldn't use a knife to strip cables.
Nicebob17/12/2019 09:06

You are correct.I didn't say these are any good, just why you shouldn't …You are correct.I didn't say these are any good, just why you shouldn't use a knife to strip cables.


Knife can do a job fine if in the right hands is my first point. Can't auto condemn a lecy for using a knife to strip a wire. It's definitely slower, but doesn't mean it's less accurate.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 17th Dec 2019
skipraider16/12/2019 23:20

If you need to use these special stripping pliers, your not a proper …If you need to use these special stripping pliers, your not a proper 'lectrician



So that's the reason most leccies have missing/chipped teeth
Sharpharp17/12/2019 09:40

So that's the reason most leccies have missing/chipped teeth


No that's because they are very gobbie when down the pub.
Edited by: "Nicebob" 17th Dec 2019
Nah it’s coz they have the same god complex as deaf and dummers.
Edited by: "Hen1980" 17th Dec 2019
Nicebob17/12/2019 07:14

Use a knife to strip and you will lightly score the copper conductor which …Use a knife to strip and you will lightly score the copper conductor which will then make it susceptible to snapping off. Wire strippers are what professional craftsmen use.


The adjustable screw on this is just as capable of doing the same thing tbh.
I picked up these two from Homebase in Team Valley, Gateshead for £5 each. VDE rated 1000V


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