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Klein Tools Impact Punch-Down Multi-Tool

Klein Tools

Impact Punch-Down Multi-Tool

  • Tool with WorkEnds driver bits, has integrated hook and spudger
  • Precision-ground combination 110/66 blade for terminating wires
  • Spring loaded to ensure fast, low-effort seating and terminating
$4521 /each
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Product Overview

The Klein Impact Punch-down Multi-Tool is spring-loaded for fast, low-effort seating and terminating. Use the tool for cutting, stripping, cable preparation and crimping.

  • Includes punch-down tool with 110/66 blade and a variety of driver bits
  • Integrated hook and spudger for fast, easy manipulation of wire and small components
  • Terminate and cut wire in 1 step
  • Spring-loaded for fast, low-effort seating and terminating
  • Selectable (hi/low) impact-force settings meet industry standards

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Manufacturer Warranty
Klein products, manufactured and sold for commercial or industrial uses, are warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the normal life of the product.

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Impact Punch-Down Multi-Tool is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor The spring actuation is much harder to use than a fluke. Klein makes great tools, excluding for punch downs.
Date published: 2017-03-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Everybody always told me how amazing Klein Tools were in my field, so I immediately thought a Kle... Everybody always told me how amazing Klein Tools were in my field, so I immediately thought a Klein punch down tool would be perfect for me. I spent way too much on this product that I expected would last me for years. Three months after I bought it, it literally broke in my hands. Why? Because of the lock. Why in the living name of tools is there a lock on a punch-down tool? Because this tool has screwdriver bits. That's like adding screwdriver bits to a level... why would you EVER need that? Anyone using this would likely have a real screwdriver handy anyways! So I was punching down a 110 block on OT, shift barely started, and the thing exploded into pieces in my hands. Cut my hand, broke the 110 block, and left me tool-less for the entire shift. This taught me two lessons: 1. ALWAYS carry a spare punch-down tool! :D 2. NEVER buy a Klein punch-down tool. Klein tools used to be the industry go-to. Now they're taboo. Such a shame.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Extremely Poor Design. Not For Professional Use I used this at work for the first time today. The problem I have with this punchdown tool is mostly with the position of the "lock" which stops the blade spring action in order for the screwdriver bits to be used. When you use it as a punchdown tool the lock is so much in the way that you will repeatedly lock out the spring preventing the punchdown blade from working. I'm not an lab engineer. I work in the field. Sometimes I'm under furniture or in another difficult to reach position and cannot always be perfectly seated at a desk in an ergonomically designed Lazy Boy chair sipping on a low fat latte while punching down stuff. Having the lock right under where my finger rests or my hand grips makes this tool pretty useless. it's as though this was never tested in a work environment. It is actually a hindrance to getting the job done. Another thought, who would need this? Can you see yourself in the middle of punching down a patch panel or 66 block or doing multiple jacks on a job and switching back and forth between screwdriver bits and the punchdown blade? What a waste of time. That's what the screwdriver in my tool pouch is for. And about the blade. It gets stuck in the teeth of the jacks and then the blade tends to twist free from the tool. It comes out. It's as though the blade is too thick for the jack sometimes requiring multiple hits before the wire is cut. I had buddy at work today offer me the use of his punchdown tools because he felt sorry for me. For me this tool fails both in design and performance. I wouldn't recommend it for a pro and definitely not for someone with limited experience doing punchdowns. It will only screw them up. I am returning this tomorrow and I advise you to pass on it. Get yourself a real punchdown tool and not this marketing department gimmick.
Date published: 2014-04-21
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