• Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
  • Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
  • Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
  • Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
  • Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
  • Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
  • Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
  • Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II
Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II

Xuron - Xuron - 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter - 170-II

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  • Type: Micro-Shear
  • Style: Flush
  • Capacity: 18 AWG
  • Overall Length (Inch): 5-7/64
  • Blister Pack With Generic Card

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It said Made in A.S.A Mean Made in China. I asked the people on the comments about if it was made in the USA most of the reviewer said made in the U.S.A but I made a closer look I had to move the blue plastic in the back of the cutter it say made in CHINA.I won't return it the cost will cost about $ 8 to return since it cost $7This Made in the A.S.A instead made in the U.S.A it's a replica of the XUPCN made in China.When they tell you it's made in the USA you should look closer. Mine it's made in CHINA. 1Broke Mine I did not pay attention to this product description:"Capacity: 18 AWG"That means it should not be used to cut thicker than 18 gauge wires. I however cut 16 AWG many times (no problems) and then attempted to cut a 20+ bundle of 16 gauge wires at once. One of the two shears snapped off.Xuron sent me a replacement for free. Feeling guilty that I cost them money due to my irresponsibility, I decided to buy another Shear cutter (an LX model, which is stamped out of thicker metal and is heat-treated to a higher hardness. It's designed to cut 16 AWG wires). Very happy with their products and service.The LX model is physically the same size as this 170-II. The LX weighs 54 grams and the 170-II weighs 49 grams. I can't feel the weight difference in my hand. I'd probably recommend the LX as it costs less than three bucks extra. 5Cuts perfectly every time. I've been working in sterling silver since the early '90s. I've used my expensive German cutters (that I bought for cutting silver) since 1996, and I jealously guard them and don't let anyone else touch them because I thought I couldn't match them again for their cutting quality today without breaking the bank.When I saw a lot of other jewelry artists online raving about these Xuron cutters, I was interested. I'd started playing with other types of wire (brass, copper, etc.), and was concerned about damaging my now-vintage (but still awesome) cutters. When I saw the very low price on these, I figured if nothing else they'd be decent for cutting stuff I didn't want to touch with my good ones.Not only are the Xuron cutters decent, they're phenomenal. They give me a perfect flush cut without burrs to file away, and have continued to cut beautifully after hundreds of cuts in the weeks since I bought them. They're less expensive than much crappier models available at the art stores, and have become my first-grab cutting tool on my bench. I'm going to order a spare pair to keep in my portable toolkit, in fact. Hopefully they'll be just as awesome as my first pair of Xuron flush cutters. Five stars. 5Well-made and affordable Great price for a US-made tool. Nice design, so long as you respect its limitations; Xuron makes a line of Micro-Shear cutters designed for different wire gauges. My go-to wire cutters have been the guillotine-style blades of a Klein Katapult (another awesome tool), and the dulled integrated snipper in a pair of flat nose pliers, and I'm finding all sorts of uses for the Xuron where the other tools wouldn't be suited for the job. They're also great for trimming the leads of through-hole components, and for cleaning up soldered wire joints. It remains to be seen how long these'll hold up, considering I've been cutting too-thick wires (NOT recommended) on occasion. In any case, I like them enough and they're inexpensive enough to have purchased a second pair. 4My go-to pair of cutters Background: I am a jewelry professional and use this product accordingly.For the price, you cannot beat Xurons so long as you are using them as intended. They are simply not intended to cut metal larger than 18 gauge. You can do it if you really wanted. I've done it with 16 AWG aluminum. But please note if you do, try to use the base of the jaws as you will run a very strong change of snapping one of the tips (something I also did), a feat which could prove to be quite hazardous to your eye health.The use: These cutters are best used on softer metals like aluminum, silver and copper. They do NOT work well on ferrous metals or reactive metals, though you could possibly push your luck and try for a smallish gauge niobium (perhaps 20 gauge and up?) and be okay.The cut: I can best describe this cut to be a mixture of flush and pinch. If you are cutting wire, this should be exactly what you need without having to bother with a jeweler's saw. If you are cutting jump rings, expect one side to be a decent flush cut (that may need just a little filing) and the other side to be a more v-shaped pinch (where the wire ends would look like |< or sometimes a shear cut with just a touch of pinch on one side (where it would like like |\ ).The tips are tiny enough to enable you to cut in very tight places but I found that sometimes they would start to cut a particularly difficult to reach wire, only to slip off having only cut halfway through. This could also just be the angle I was working at.The grip: I am a smallish female (5'4", small-medium build) but I admit I find the grips to be a little awkward. I am accustomed to using Linstrom ergonomic pliers and thus find the handles on the Xurons to be a little thin at the ends for long-term use comfort. Other than this very minor issue, they are a comfortable tool to use.Overall a wonderful set of flush cutters at a price that can't be replicated. Highly recommend for its intended purpose. 5Sent fake Xuron tools twice I purchased a set of these flush cutters when they were a particular price and they seemed to work quite well. I then purchased a second set and they arrived with a completely misprinted package and brand on them. This made me question my original purchase, so I pulled off the rubber handle to investigate. I compared them to a Xuron tool I purchased from a reputable department store, and sure enough, the purchase from this vendor was a fake both times. The first tool was a great flush cut, though, and I kept them. The second set was completely awful and wouldn't snip 26G wire so I sent them back.If you're lucky, perhaps you'll get one of the good knock offs, but if you're like me and many others with the second set, you won't receive anything worth while. Honestly, perhaps best to go to a craft store and pair with a good coupon or deal. 35 1/2 years old & still going... ! i purchased these 5.5 years ago and they are still going strong and have been used regularly!they are great for small projects, small wires or cords, and are an essential part of our tool collection... we mainly keep them with 1/16" braided nylon cord and gardening paddle wire, which are both used frequently... these micro cutters have received a lot of use (a time or two per week) and, though easy to sharpen when necessary, they are still sharp enough to cut clean and flush.Xuron really makes a solid, long-lasting tool... i was unexpectedly impressed, especially at the price point! ... a truly fantastic buy!...very pleased, Thank you. 5Other guys I work with make fun of them and call them nail cutters because they ... These mini cutters are my daily-use cutters at work. Other guys I work with make fun of them and call them nail cutters because they use side cutters, but they are not realizing that these are much better for precision and more accurate, closer cuts! I can cut the excess off Ty-wraps (wire ties) down to pretty much flush with the locking part. I can trim soldered component leads down to the top of the solder, I can trim braiding on shielded wire cleanly and yes I can even trim my nails when they get long! I would recommend these cutters for any tech that needs to cut smaller gauge wires, leads and ty-wraps cleanly and with precision! 5Not Xuron, but "Xorqn" I ordered what was listed as Xuron 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter; what I got was an imported look alike with very similar packaging that mimicked the real thing - look closely at the photo. See the American flag and "Maine Made, America's Best" logo on the box, along with "Made in China"! I had an original Xuron cutter before and it was excellent - made in the USA with a cardboard sleeve that had similar printing. I have to say, it is convincing at first glance - it looks like a Xuron cutter, but is very much a "Xorqn". Another instance of you get what you pay for. 1Mine dont say Made In USA Loved these the day I got them, they wonked out one time cutting 2 strands of 28g at the same time. These are advertised on this exact ad as Made In USA, but the handle says "Made In" and thats it. I have other Xudon tools and they say Made In USA, even when you peel the silicone on the handle back some. I could be wrong, but these are rated at 20awg they should be rated different if these are real. Then these are for higher gauge only, no less than 30. These did cut 46g like butter, without bending it before and also cut wire flat on the table top straight down cut prior to wonking, by wonking I mean they bent, just enough that they will never cut good again. They aren't dull or anything. I wanna buy a new pair, but unsure because the stamp. 2
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It said Made in A.S.A Mean Made in China. I asked the people on the comments about if it was made in the USA most of the reviewer said made in the U.S.A but I made a closer look I had to move the blue plastic in the back of the cutter it say made in CHINA.I won't return it the cost will cost about $ 8 to return since it cost $7This Made in the A.S.A instead made in the U.S.A it's a replica of the XUPCN made in China.When they tell you it's made in the USA you should look closer. Mine it's made in CHINA. 1Broke Mine I did not pay attention to this product description:"Capacity: 18 AWG"That means it should not be used to cut thicker than 18 gauge wires. I however cut 16 AWG many times (no problems) and then attempted to cut a 20+ bundle of 16 gauge wires at once. One of the two shears snapped off.Xuron sent me a replacement for free. Feeling guilty that I cost them money due to my irresponsibility, I decided to buy another Shear cutter (an LX model, which is stamped out of thicker metal and is heat-treated to a higher hardness. It's designed to cut 16 AWG wires). Very happy with their products and service.The LX model is physically the same size as this 170-II. The LX weighs 54 grams and the 170-II weighs 49 grams. I can't feel the weight difference in my hand. I'd probably recommend the LX as it costs less than three bucks extra. 5Cuts perfectly every time. I've been working in sterling silver since the early '90s. I've used my expensive German cutters (that I bought for cutting silver) since 1996, and I jealously guard them and don't let anyone else touch them because I thought I couldn't match them again for their cutting quality today without breaking the bank.When I saw a lot of other jewelry artists online raving about these Xuron cutters, I was interested. I'd started playing with other types of wire (brass, copper, etc.), and was concerned about damaging my now-vintage (but still awesome) cutters. When I saw the very low price on these, I figured if nothing else they'd be decent for cutting stuff I didn't want to touch with my good ones.Not only are the Xuron cutters decent, they're phenomenal. They give me a perfect flush cut without burrs to file away, and have continued to cut beautifully after hundreds of cuts in the weeks since I bought them. They're less expensive than much crappier models available at the art stores, and have become my first-grab cutting tool on my bench. I'm going to order a spare pair to keep in my portable toolkit, in fact. Hopefully they'll be just as awesome as my first pair of Xuron flush cutters. Five stars. 5Well-made and affordable Great price for a US-made tool. Nice design, so long as you respect its limitations; Xuron makes a line of Micro-Shear cutters designed for different wire gauges. My go-to wire cutters have been the guillotine-style blades of a Klein Katapult (another awesome tool), and the dulled integrated snipper in a pair of flat nose pliers, and I'm finding all sorts of uses for the Xuron where the other tools wouldn't be suited for the job. They're also great for trimming the leads of through-hole components, and for cleaning up soldered wire joints. It remains to be seen how long these'll hold up, considering I've been cutting too-thick wires (NOT recommended) on occasion. In any case, I like them enough and they're inexpensive enough to have purchased a second pair. 4My go-to pair of cutters Background: I am a jewelry professional and use this product accordingly.For the price, you cannot beat Xurons so long as you are using them as intended. They are simply not intended to cut metal larger than 18 gauge. You can do it if you really wanted. I've done it with 16 AWG aluminum. But please note if you do, try to use the base of the jaws as you will run a very strong change of snapping one of the tips (something I also did), a feat which could prove to be quite hazardous to your eye health.The use: These cutters are best used on softer metals like aluminum, silver and copper. They do NOT work well on ferrous metals or reactive metals, though you could possibly push your luck and try for a smallish gauge niobium (perhaps 20 gauge and up?) and be okay.The cut: I can best describe this cut to be a mixture of flush and pinch. If you are cutting wire, this should be exactly what you need without having to bother with a jeweler's saw. If you are cutting jump rings, expect one side to be a decent flush cut (that may need just a little filing) and the other side to be a more v-shaped pinch (where the wire ends would look like |< or sometimes a shear cut with just a touch of pinch on one side (where it would like like |\ ).The tips are tiny enough to enable you to cut in very tight places but I found that sometimes they would start to cut a particularly difficult to reach wire, only to slip off having only cut halfway through. This could also just be the angle I was working at.The grip: I am a smallish female (5'4", small-medium build) but I admit I find the grips to be a little awkward. I am accustomed to using Linstrom ergonomic pliers and thus find the handles on the Xurons to be a little thin at the ends for long-term use comfort. Other than this very minor issue, they are a comfortable tool to use.Overall a wonderful set of flush cutters at a price that can't be replicated. Highly recommend for its intended purpose. 5Sent fake Xuron tools twice I purchased a set of these flush cutters when they were a particular price and they seemed to work quite well. I then purchased a second set and they arrived with a completely misprinted package and brand on them. This made me question my original purchase, so I pulled off the rubber handle to investigate. I compared them to a Xuron tool I purchased from a reputable department store, and sure enough, the purchase from this vendor was a fake both times. The first tool was a great flush cut, though, and I kept them. The second set was completely awful and wouldn't snip 26G wire so I sent them back.If you're lucky, perhaps you'll get one of the good knock offs, but if you're like me and many others with the second set, you won't receive anything worth while. Honestly, perhaps best to go to a craft store and pair with a good coupon or deal. 35 1/2 years old & still going... ! i purchased these 5.5 years ago and they are still going strong and have been used regularly!they are great for small projects, small wires or cords, and are an essential part of our tool collection... we mainly keep them with 1/16" braided nylon cord and gardening paddle wire, which are both used frequently... these micro cutters have received a lot of use (a time or two per week) and, though easy to sharpen when necessary, they are still sharp enough to cut clean and flush.Xuron really makes a solid, long-lasting tool... i was unexpectedly impressed, especially at the price point! ... a truly fantastic buy!...very pleased, Thank you. 5Other guys I work with make fun of them and call them nail cutters because they ... These mini cutters are my daily-use cutters at work. Other guys I work with make fun of them and call them nail cutters because they use side cutters, but they are not realizing that these are much better for precision and more accurate, closer cuts! I can cut the excess off Ty-wraps (wire ties) down to pretty much flush with the locking part. I can trim soldered component leads down to the top of the solder, I can trim braiding on shielded wire cleanly and yes I can even trim my nails when they get long! I would recommend these cutters for any tech that needs to cut smaller gauge wires, leads and ty-wraps cleanly and with precision! 5Not Xuron, but "Xorqn" I ordered what was listed as Xuron 170-II Micro-Shear Flush Cutter; what I got was an imported look alike with very similar packaging that mimicked the real thing - look closely at the photo. See the American flag and "Maine Made, America's Best" logo on the box, along with "Made in China"! I had an original Xuron cutter before and it was excellent - made in the USA with a cardboard sleeve that had similar printing. I have to say, it is convincing at first glance - it looks like a Xuron cutter, but is very much a "Xorqn". Another instance of you get what you pay for. 1Mine dont say Made In USA Loved these the day I got them, they wonked out one time cutting 2 strands of 28g at the same time. These are advertised on this exact ad as Made In USA, but the handle says "Made In" and thats it. I have other Xudon tools and they say Made In USA, even when you peel the silicone on the handle back some. I could be wrong, but these are rated at 20awg they should be rated different if these are real. Then these are for higher gauge only, no less than 30. These did cut 46g like butter, without bending it before and also cut wire flat on the table top straight down cut prior to wonking, by wonking I mean they bent, just enough that they will never cut good again. They aren't dull or anything. I wanna buy a new pair, but unsure because the stamp. 2
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