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Free Fall Electricians Scissors, Electrical and Communications, Straight, Ambidextrous, High Carbon
- Item # 40J739
- Mfr. Model # ES-1964DS
- UNSPSC # 44121618
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 0.23 lbs.
- Primary ApplicationElectrical and Communications
- ItemFree Fall Electricians Scissors
- Left/Right HandAmbidextrous
- Handle StyleStraight
- Overall Length5"
- Length of Cut1-3/4"
- Blade MaterialHigh Carbon Steel
- Tip ShapeBlunt
- Cutting EdgeFine and Serrated
- Handle DesignRing and Ring
- Handle MaterialPolished Steel
- Handle ColorSilver
- FeaturesFree-fall design to allow fingertip operation, Wire Strip Notches for 18-20 and 22-24 AWG Wire, Scraper and File on Back of Blade
- ApplicationFor Cutting Electrical Cables and Wire
Compliance and Restrictions
- Item # 2TDK6Electricians Scissors, Electrical and Communications, Straight, Ambidextrous, High Carbon Steel, LenJONARD TOOLS
Price $16.97 / each
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