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Commercial Electric 7-Piece Electrician's Tool Set with Pouch
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Commercial Electric

7-Piece Electrician's Tool Set with Pouch

$19.97 /each

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The Commercial Electric 7-Piece Electrician's Tool Set is a great assortment of electrical tools perfect for the home, workshop or jobsite. Contents include 7 in. diagonal wire cutting plier, 6 in. long nose plier, 1/4 in. x 4 in. screwdriver, PH2 x 4 in. screwdriver, 2 in 1 stubby screwdriver and 6 in. solid wire stripper. This set also includes a convenient tool pouch, with 6 pockets to organize electrical tools and a tool belt.

  • Pliers feature drop-forged heat-treated steel construction with induction-hardened cutting edges and ergonomic molded, anti-slip grip handles for comfort
  • Screwdrivers offer Cr-V blades with acetate cushion-grip handles for durable anti-slip use
  • Wire stripper/cutter quickly strips 10 - 20 AWG wire, cuts and threads popular bolt sizes and features a non-slip, cushion-grip handle
  • Durable and convenient 6-pocket storage pouch and tool belt included

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Can I use these tools without turning the power off?

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POTTSTOWN PA
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September 6, 2016
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You could BUT I recommend totally against it, remember electricity kill, burns or disables. Turn the electricity off and stay alive. I do !
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Anchorage, Alaska
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August 17, 2016
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Working with metal tools and electricity without turning the power off is a bad idea. Only professional electricians would ever try this. That is why OSHA has lock-out/tag/out procedures, even then before you start work on electrical circuits of any kind you should double check to see if they are still live - they may be back fed from another circuit.
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November 10, 2015
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I have always turned off the power when working on any electrical project.....I have always make safety first for yourself and any around the project. So to answer your question I would say NO for your own safety.
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How do you lengthen the belt?

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October 9, 2016
I have received this as a gift and for the life of me, I can't extend it!
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October 12, 2016
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Looking at the belt you will see, there is the belt Latching clips and also looking at the picture there is a second closed buckle. This creates an adjusting loop to increase or decrease the belt size. As you loosen the loop, you can pull from it for your adjustment. Very similar to harness type belts. Hope this helps.
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October 10, 2016
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Howdy Lou,
If you slide the black plastic clip towards the buckle the slack can be adjusted to add more length to the belt.
Happy tooling,
Coach Dave
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How long is the tool belt that comes with the pouch?

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September 7, 2016
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It is adjustable out to about 46 inches.
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About 46 inches
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How many volts the tool could withstand

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These tools are somewhat insulated 110V maybe, it is your life turn the power off.
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July 28, 2016
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NONE! Those skunks have the name "Commercial Electric" and then hidden on the handle is made in China , not insulated, will not protect against electrical shock
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7-Piece Electrician's Tool Set with Pouch is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Electrician's Tool Set Tools are well built and the pouch is thick and sturdy. The belt only adjusts out to about 40 inches so not great if you're a bigger size. The quality of the tools far exceeds the 20 dollar price. I highly recommend this product.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tools work, Price is good. The tools work for the price - the one that surprised me was the wire stripper. The wire gauge was printed on both sides. When you stripped the wire, it didn't leave nicks on the copper.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A great start up electrician's tool set. Pouch doesn't leave much room for new tools one might a... A great start up electrician's tool set. Pouch doesn't leave much room for new tools one might acquire. Great value for the money that I highly recommend.
Date published: 2017-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good tool kit starter set Building a tool kit for my son, so combined with the tool pouch it gives him multiple options.
Date published: 2016-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Great product recommended to anyone looking for an afordable bucket.
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BigE Very handy, belt was not big enough needed 2x belt
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from everything you need! everything you need!
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Starter Set! Just started as a Commercial Electrician Helper. I pull wire, strip and splice, put up boxes, switches, outlets. This toolset is the best thing I every found. Been using it for over 2 months now and I use it EVERY DAY. The guys laughed at me when they seen it, said I should of bought Klein blah blah. Well I'll tell you what - Just starting out I am the happiest guy alive to own all these tools AND a pouch for this price! My screwdrivers are fine, haven't bent or started wearing and I use them a lot - even to punch out the covers in boxes, and I even use the flathead for tightening connectors by banging it with my Commercial Electric 9 Inch Linesmen's and it hasn't chipped on the edge yet (although I'm weary that it will). The Wire Cutters did chip off on the top of one side which was kind of my fault by trying to knock out a little cement from over a steel beam. After purchasing the Commercial Electric 9" Linesmens I put them in the middle part of the pouch and it poked a hole in the bottom because I was forcing it in too far to make sure they wouldn't fall out - so I started putting it in the top middle slot and it's been a better place. The belt on the pouch is hard to keep flat, it turns inside and rolls the belt but it's not leather like some of the other expensive belts. For what I needed, It's perfect, I even bought another one as a backup. If you go Klein you'll pay 3x more for every tool. I look at $30-40 prices per tool and just won't do it. I got all these tools and a pouch for $20 and Linesmen's for another $18. How can you go wrong? They have a Lifetime Warranty which I'm going to see about the Wire Cutters. I hope they have good customer service.
Date published: 2014-04-17
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