Model # 23383

Internet #205435373

Store SKU #707568

SharkBite 3/8 in., 1/2 in. and 3/4 in. PEX Copper Crimp Tool with Integrated Go/No-Go Gauge
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SharkBite

3/8 in., 1/2 in. and 3/4 in. PEX Copper Crimp Tool with Integrated Go/No-Go Gauge

$2476 /each

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Product Overview

The SharkBite Pocket PEX Crimper is an economical and compact tool that can be used to crimp 3/8 in., 1/2 in. and 3/4 in. crimp rings. With a copper ring on the pipe insert the fitting and crimp the ring using vice grips and this handy tool. The SharkBite Pocket Crimper has integrated go/no-go Gauge on the tool to check a crimp to ensure a proper crimp was made.

  • Works with PEX barb fittings and crimp rings (not included)
  • Never needs adjustment
  • Fits into tight places
  • Integrated go/no-go gauge

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How does this work?

I read another comment that you're supposed to use a vice grip, but it is bigger than my vice grip could reach (3" vs 1" or whatever the actual measurements are)- maybe I had the wrong tool. is it possible to load a picture of how it's supposed to work
Asked by: gloria
Use vice grips this tool works surprisingly good easy to use and more compact than having to carry the large zurn set around it's perfect but it's more intended for the professional plumber I wouldn't recommend using it if you don't have experience with pex
Answered by: CarrResidentialRepair
Date published: 2017-04-22

Can I use this tool with stainless steel sharkbite clamps?

Asked by: As
No. That tool is only for the copper crimp rings. You have to use our 3/8"-1" clamp tool. Sku number at store is 851561,
Answered by: SharkBiteProductExpert
Date published: 2017-02-11
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3/8 in., 1/2 in. and 3/4 in. PEX Copper Crimp Tool with Integrated Go/No-Go Gauge is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Worked good and no leaks at all. Only thing I dont like is that it got rust right away. The line ... Worked good and no leaks at all. Only thing I dont like is that it got rust right away. The line I was changing couldn't be turned off 100% so it leaked a bit of water from the open lines. The tool got a bit water on it but I made sure to dry it out in my garage. When I went to use it a week later it had rust all over the place. I'm taking it back to home depot to get another one and I'm gonna properly treat it with oil or wax to prevent this again, but you'd think a tool to work on water lines and that might possibly get wet would have better protection from rust to begin with.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Small Pex Hand Crimp Tool This is a great little tool if you only have a few crimps to do or have one or two between joists or in a tight spot that your crimp tool or cinch tool can't get into. I had one and thought I would give this tool a try and it worked just fine. Like other reviews I used my 10" Vise Grips with this and did a test clamp out in the open and it worked like a charm. I did it in 3 steps and done. Yes you do have to re-set your vise grips and I wouldn't want to do a whole house with it but it works just fine. Very substantial and it served it's purpose. I only used it on the 1/2" size and I normally use the cinch rings but this is just fine if you don't want to spend the money on the big tool.
Date published: 2015-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't believe the bad reviews on this product. It worked perfectly for me on several crimps at t... Don't believe the bad reviews on this product. It worked perfectly for me on several crimps at the house. MUCH less expensive than the full size tools, that wouldn't have fit in the limited area I needed to do the crimp anyway. And yes, you have to have the right size locking pliers to do it correctly. Don't take a shortcut and try without them.
Date published: 2017-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool Tool does what it is designed to do. Just make sure you have quality pair of vise grips. Made about 30 crimps with no leaks in system.
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked Great! Worked Great!
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super versatile I'm not a professional plumber, but I've used several different brands of the typical full-size long-handled PEX crimpers on many different projects. In my opinion this is a great purchase as both a stand-alone tool and as the perfect complement to a pair of long-handled crimpers. The other day I was in a jam had to remove and re-install my water heater. Unfortunately my PEX crimpers were 2.5 hours away so I bought these and *hoped* they would work. They do! What I've found is that while full-size crimpers are great, there are occasions where you just don't have the room to get in tight spots with them. That's where this tool shines. As others have pointed out, the instructions are pretty terrible and don't specifically say to use locking vice-grip style pliers, but they are definitely required and you'll need at least a 10" pair to get the jaws on to an un-crimped 3/4" ring. Don't try to use anything else, it just won't work. Other than that, you really don't need instructions - just look at the tool markings and use common sense. This thing will crimp 3 common sizes - 3/8" and 1/2" on the first side, then you twist the halves over for 3/4" on the other. The built-in Go/No-go gauge is SO CONVENIENT and a real time saver since you can just pop it right on after each crimp without completely removing the tool. One side is go, the other is no go. Easy to check them both in about 2 seconds. One other thing that I like is being able to 'set' loose crimp rings by hand. I used to just smack them with whatever hard object I had nearby or squeeze them slightly with pliers to stop them from moving around on the PEX pipe/fitting - but with this tool I just put a quick hand tight squeeze on the ring and it stays put. It's then very easy to re-align them in the same spot for the final crimp so as not to squeeze the ring unevenly from several different spots. The other benefit with the small size is that it's easy to observe the alignment make sure you're getting a good even crimp. I've found this very difficult to do with full size crimpers. They do take a bit more time to use so you probably wouldn't want to do a whole house re-pipe with them (even though you could), but they definitely get the job done, they fit in your pocket and they're extremely versatile for close quarters work. All things considered, there's really no reason not to purchase this tool if a) you need PEX crimpers for a quick 3/8-3/4" job - or b) if you work with PEX a lot and need something to get in to tight spots. Overall, I'm very pleased. This is an essential.
Date published: 2015-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great tool for small jobs I bought this tool for small repairs and didn't want spend a lot of money. I could not be more pleased with this tool. works great with large channel lock pliers. No regrets on this purchase.
Date published: 2016-02-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DON'T DO IT - Save yourself the frustration I ran several circuits, hot and cold, using SharkBite PEX line and SharkBite connectors and this tool. One circuit was half inch and included 14 connectors with 28 crimping rings. Two circuits were 3/4 inch, each with approximately 15 connectors and 35 crimping rings. All connections were checked with the go/no-go gauge and passed. I pressure tested the lines by pumping in 25 psi of air. The 1/2 inch circuit held fine. On one 3/4" circuit I was able to identify some leaking junctions with soapy water. I replaced those. However, both 3/4" circuits now leak out about 2 psi per hour. At that low rate of seepage, it is impossible to identify the leaky junctions with soapy water. This has already cost me two days of troubleshooting, and the problem is not resolved. I have built entire houses before and rehab'd 15 homes plus have other substantial construction experience.
Date published: 2016-07-22
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