Best Wire Strippers: Tackle Electrical Jobs With Ease
These top wire strippers are a necessary addition to any toolbox
This tool cuts, strips, and loops 10-18 AWG solid and 12-20 AWG stranded wire. It cleanly shears 6-32 and 8-32 screws.
It features a strong-gripping serrated nose to easily bend, shape, and pull wire. It's particularly good for small wires and overall makes stripping and cutting a breeze.
The strippers may not stay fully closed when you lock them. There may be a tiny gap between the blades, which can make cutting single strands of wire difficult.
This tool strips and cuts 10-22 AWG. It crimps insulated and non-insulated terminals and its pliers-style nose allow the stripper to pull and loop in the wire.
This stripper feels good in your hand, its hinge is a perfect tension, and it is a lot sharper than many of its competitors. Overall, it's a great stripper for the price.
It may be hard to use. It is not spring-loaded, so you constantly have to move it back and forth, which can be painful.
This self-adjusting stripper has a 2-inch jaw width and strips wire from 10 to 24 AWG. It crimps 10-22 AWG insulated, 10-22 AWG noninsulated, and 7-9mm ignition terminals.
The grip is rubber, and the metal is heavy and durable. It is sturdy and reliable, and you can control the length of the core strip with the built-in adjustable stopper.
It may struggle to strip small-gauge wire. The sharp metal jaws on the side may pinch or tear your skin.