• Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter
  • Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter
  • Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter
  • Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter
  • Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter
  • Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter
Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter
Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter
Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter
Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter
Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter
Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter

Capri Tools 20011 Automatic Wire Stripper and Cutter

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  • This automatic wire stripper has a narrow profile, allowing it to access tight areas
  • The stripping blades automatically self-adjust to different gauges
  • Fast compound consistent wire stripping action
  • Grips and strips with a single squeezing motion
  • Strips wires 24-10 AWG and cuts wires up to 12 AWG with built-in wire cutter

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Pretty good for the tasks I need it for I got this stripper after spending months using a fancier one, primarily because I'm left-handed, and the premium strippers (at least the one I have) are designed for right-hand use.Despite being plastic, it has a durable feel to it. I can also strip most types and gauges of wire with it - some other strippers might not do so well with tiny gauge wire, teflon insulation wire, some solid-core wire, and so on. I also like that it has a locking mechanism that makes it more compact when you're not using it, because the grip has a pretty wide spread, to give a good mechanical advantage. The locking mechanism can be easily toggled with one hand, which is nice, too.My complaints are kind of minor. the 'gap tooth' setup that grabs the insulation feels a little crude at times, and the device for setting the amount of insulation that's removed is worthless for my needs - it's either too long, or stupidly too long. Admittedly, I use it for very fine electronics work, with smaller gauge wire, and I only need about 3/8" bare wire at max. It's pretty easy to eyeball it for removing about 1/4" or so, but it would be nice to just slide the wire in and always remove the same (minimum) amount of insulation.Prior to this stripper and the fancy one that I have, I was just using the cheap strippers that Harbor Freight carries (their bottom-of-the-line model, if they have more than one). This thing is way better, and worth every additional penny.If you're left-handed, this stripper becomes a better choice than some of the more premium ones. Also, the plastic construction and lighter weight makes using this one a bit less of a chore, if you do fine electronics work. 4Best automotive and small gauge wire stripper ever! Bought a Snap-On/Blue Point version of one of these about thirty years ago and it's finally worn out. This Capri is nearly identical and appears I will be set for another 30 years. Highly recommend, everyone that ever strips any automotive wire, NEEDS one of these. Great for hard to reach wires like under dash stereo wiring. Buy one 5you get what you pay for I only got about 5 wires with no problems. The spring that returns the stripping head popped out. I put it back in according to the manual, it has been a pain in the butt since then. So, I got the $35 Knipex brand, wow.... what a total difference, the Knipex has yet to fail me. I know better than trying to save a buck on tools, it's been so long since I got cheap tools, I needed a reminder of getting what you pay for when it comes to tools that get used on a regular basis. 1So Easy....Even 5th Grader Can Use It Found a guy on YouTube using a similar product....I'm so glad I did. I don't know nothing about electrical or wiring but I took it upon myself to replace the many loose outlets in the house. I used Google and YouTube to learn how to do it.I had a hard time using the standard wire stripper....it was hit and miss.....Then I found out about this tool...automatic wire stripper....Very easy to use...Made the job easier.Very happy with purchase. 5Your hands will thank you! Ugh, why did I not get one of these before? This tool has saved me countless seconds :) and a lot of frustration when wiring up small electronics. The fit and finish is pretty good, and it feels good in the hand. I would like the wire backstop to have a little more range (shorter), as I often manually gauge the length instead of using the backstop.It consistently strips the insulation from everything I've tested, and has never cut more strands than I would with a manual set of strippers. The cutter feature is handy, although it's position makes for poor visibility, and thus I often use a different wire cutter for that task. I cut a lot of wires, so am looking for the fastest, most repeatable solutions - YMMV. 5Works great, not for Romex folks This stripper works excellent! I've used a German stripper costing about $300 for years. It's been great, but recently I needed an inexpensive stripper for odd jogs, to loan to a co-worker, etc. These are great. They are for stripping MTW (motor tool wire) and similar. DO NOT expect these to work with ROMEX, that's not their application. Any one who spends time inside machine control panels in any capacity can certain appreciate these. Don't forget to top it off with wire ferrules and a ferrule crimper for that factory professional look. 5Cheap automatic wire stripper and cutter I didn t want to spend very much for a wire stripper and came across this Capri. It works just as well as my friend s $30 wire stripper. It seems well-built (I will update this review if I run into a problem later on) and it does everything it says it can do well. 5Good for light/personal use; Not suited for professional/industrial use. I purchased these to have one of my guitar techs pilot in a professional environment working on electric guitar circuits; At the attractive price-point, I was hoping it might be able to save some cash compared to equipping techs with higher-end and more-expensive options, but I never risk equipping every employee with a tool that hasn't been given a trial period for evaluation. Function-wise, it worked fine for a little while, and to some extent it still works. However, parts began falling off after a couple months. Not irreparably so, it might jam a bit here and the wire guide would pop out there, and they could be fixed, but I'd rather not have employees spending time repairing their tools.Do not take this as me denigrating this item. It seems like a solid enough wire-stripper for personal use and I didn't encounter any critical failures, like cracked plastic or anything. If you need wire strippers for a small handful of tasks, to work on a couple guitar pedals in the garage or work on a PC here and there, but you'd use them infrequently enough that the strippers will be chilling in their toolbox unused for 95% of their days, then these probably hit that cross-section of effectiveness and affordability that is perfect for a hobbyist or garage-dwelling DIYer. If you're like me and find yourself using your wire-strippers on a daily or nearly-daily basis, I'd recommend something that is a little more "built-out" to withstand the rigors of that sort of use and abuse. 4If you're looking for a wire stripper for fine electronic work If you're looking for a wire stripper for fine electronic work, not electrical, then this is the one to get. By that I mean if you are needing to strip tiny wires to solder to a circuit board and not working with AC house wiring or 8 gauge speaker wire then this is the one to get. My trusty wire stripper of 20 years bit the dust so I tried a Klein Tools 11061 Self-Adjusting Wire Stripper and Cutter, 10-20AWG but it pulled my small solid gauge wire right through the insulation. Then I tried a BXQINLENX Professional 2 in 1 Adjustable Automatic Cable Wire Stripper and Cutter &eagle nose pliers which was similar to my old wire stripper but it won't strip consistently and leaves a slight indentation in the insulation where it grips the wire. The Capri Tools 20011 is the only one I have found that strips tiny wires consistently without marring the insulation. 5So much better than those strippers that are integrated into crimpers I bought one of these last week after having so much trouble with the strippers in a crimper. These were incredible compared to them. They were able to strip insulation from a bundle of wires, and then I could strip each individual wire with absolute ease and uniformity. A guy let me use a couple of weatherproof connectors for my rear indicators and my running light, he didn t have one of these so I gave it to him as a thank you. Then I immediately ordered another one of these for myself again.Easily one of my favourite tools. 5
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Pretty good for the tasks I need it for I got this stripper after spending months using a fancier one, primarily because I'm left-handed, and the premium strippers (at least the one I have) are designed for right-hand use.Despite being plastic, it has a durable feel to it. I can also strip most types and gauges of wire with it - some other strippers might not do so well with tiny gauge wire, teflon insulation wire, some solid-core wire, and so on. I also like that it has a locking mechanism that makes it more compact when you're not using it, because the grip has a pretty wide spread, to give a good mechanical advantage. The locking mechanism can be easily toggled with one hand, which is nice, too.My complaints are kind of minor. the 'gap tooth' setup that grabs the insulation feels a little crude at times, and the device for setting the amount of insulation that's removed is worthless for my needs - it's either too long, or stupidly too long. Admittedly, I use it for very fine electronics work, with smaller gauge wire, and I only need about 3/8" bare wire at max. It's pretty easy to eyeball it for removing about 1/4" or so, but it would be nice to just slide the wire in and always remove the same (minimum) amount of insulation.Prior to this stripper and the fancy one that I have, I was just using the cheap strippers that Harbor Freight carries (their bottom-of-the-line model, if they have more than one). This thing is way better, and worth every additional penny.If you're left-handed, this stripper becomes a better choice than some of the more premium ones. Also, the plastic construction and lighter weight makes using this one a bit less of a chore, if you do fine electronics work. 4Best automotive and small gauge wire stripper ever! Bought a Snap-On/Blue Point version of one of these about thirty years ago and it's finally worn out. This Capri is nearly identical and appears I will be set for another 30 years. Highly recommend, everyone that ever strips any automotive wire, NEEDS one of these. Great for hard to reach wires like under dash stereo wiring. Buy one 5you get what you pay for I only got about 5 wires with no problems. The spring that returns the stripping head popped out. I put it back in according to the manual, it has been a pain in the butt since then. So, I got the $35 Knipex brand, wow.... what a total difference, the Knipex has yet to fail me. I know better than trying to save a buck on tools, it's been so long since I got cheap tools, I needed a reminder of getting what you pay for when it comes to tools that get used on a regular basis. 1So Easy....Even 5th Grader Can Use It Found a guy on YouTube using a similar product....I'm so glad I did. I don't know nothing about electrical or wiring but I took it upon myself to replace the many loose outlets in the house. I used Google and YouTube to learn how to do it.I had a hard time using the standard wire stripper....it was hit and miss.....Then I found out about this tool...automatic wire stripper....Very easy to use...Made the job easier.Very happy with purchase. 5Your hands will thank you! Ugh, why did I not get one of these before? This tool has saved me countless seconds :) and a lot of frustration when wiring up small electronics. The fit and finish is pretty good, and it feels good in the hand. I would like the wire backstop to have a little more range (shorter), as I often manually gauge the length instead of using the backstop.It consistently strips the insulation from everything I've tested, and has never cut more strands than I would with a manual set of strippers. The cutter feature is handy, although it's position makes for poor visibility, and thus I often use a different wire cutter for that task. I cut a lot of wires, so am looking for the fastest, most repeatable solutions - YMMV. 5Works great, not for Romex folks This stripper works excellent! I've used a German stripper costing about $300 for years. It's been great, but recently I needed an inexpensive stripper for odd jogs, to loan to a co-worker, etc. These are great. They are for stripping MTW (motor tool wire) and similar. DO NOT expect these to work with ROMEX, that's not their application. Any one who spends time inside machine control panels in any capacity can certain appreciate these. Don't forget to top it off with wire ferrules and a ferrule crimper for that factory professional look. 5Cheap automatic wire stripper and cutter I didn t want to spend very much for a wire stripper and came across this Capri. It works just as well as my friend s $30 wire stripper. It seems well-built (I will update this review if I run into a problem later on) and it does everything it says it can do well. 5Good for light/personal use; Not suited for professional/industrial use. I purchased these to have one of my guitar techs pilot in a professional environment working on electric guitar circuits; At the attractive price-point, I was hoping it might be able to save some cash compared to equipping techs with higher-end and more-expensive options, but I never risk equipping every employee with a tool that hasn't been given a trial period for evaluation. Function-wise, it worked fine for a little while, and to some extent it still works. However, parts began falling off after a couple months. Not irreparably so, it might jam a bit here and the wire guide would pop out there, and they could be fixed, but I'd rather not have employees spending time repairing their tools.Do not take this as me denigrating this item. It seems like a solid enough wire-stripper for personal use and I didn't encounter any critical failures, like cracked plastic or anything. If you need wire strippers for a small handful of tasks, to work on a couple guitar pedals in the garage or work on a PC here and there, but you'd use them infrequently enough that the strippers will be chilling in their toolbox unused for 95% of their days, then these probably hit that cross-section of effectiveness and affordability that is perfect for a hobbyist or garage-dwelling DIYer. If you're like me and find yourself using your wire-strippers on a daily or nearly-daily basis, I'd recommend something that is a little more "built-out" to withstand the rigors of that sort of use and abuse. 4If you're looking for a wire stripper for fine electronic work If you're looking for a wire stripper for fine electronic work, not electrical, then this is the one to get. By that I mean if you are needing to strip tiny wires to solder to a circuit board and not working with AC house wiring or 8 gauge speaker wire then this is the one to get. My trusty wire stripper of 20 years bit the dust so I tried a Klein Tools 11061 Self-Adjusting Wire Stripper and Cutter, 10-20AWG but it pulled my small solid gauge wire right through the insulation. Then I tried a BXQINLENX Professional 2 in 1 Adjustable Automatic Cable Wire Stripper and Cutter &eagle nose pliers which was similar to my old wire stripper but it won't strip consistently and leaves a slight indentation in the insulation where it grips the wire. The Capri Tools 20011 is the only one I have found that strips tiny wires consistently without marring the insulation. 5So much better than those strippers that are integrated into crimpers I bought one of these last week after having so much trouble with the strippers in a crimper. These were incredible compared to them. They were able to strip insulation from a bundle of wires, and then I could strip each individual wire with absolute ease and uniformity. A guy let me use a couple of weatherproof connectors for my rear indicators and my running light, he didn t have one of these so I gave it to him as a thank you. Then I immediately ordered another one of these for myself again.Easily one of my favourite tools. 5
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