|Product Depth (in.)||10.8 in||Product Height (in.)||1.05 in|
|Product Width (in.)||3 in|
|Electrical Tools Features||Handheld||Hand Tool Type||Wire Stripper/Cutter|
|Jaw Capacity (in.)||.15||Jaw Tip Size (in.)||.25|
|Joint Type||Fixed Joint||Number of Pieces||1|
|Returnable||90-Day||Tools Product Type||Hand Tool|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Manufacturer's Limited Lifetime|
A: Plain an simple No. Jaws aren't hardened as they claim they dented dented when I went to use them.
A: I'm sure these could get a cut or two through the gauge of barbed wire, but I would get larger wire cutters if you have a project that involves lots of cuts. These are great wire cutters, so I definitely would recommend them, but for barbed wire I'd go check out the next few sizes up.
A: Yes, as long as the thickness is 5/32'' or less.
A: Hi asa3066, it will depend on the thickness of the barb wire. These cutters can cut Mild Steel (Brinel 140) (80,000 PSI) up to 5/32" Diameter and Hard Steel (HRC 44) (208,000 PSI) up to 3/32" Diameter.
A: Hi BenChestnut, please contact our customer service team at 1-800-650-8665 for better assistance.
A: I've not tried to crimp anything with these wire cutters, so I cannot speak to if they would work for that or not. I would think wire crimpers would be better suited.
A: it depends what you are using it for the jaws do not open wide. For wire I would use Model # 46550 Internet #205072210 for cable I have used a drilling hammer
A: No they are only for cutting you need to purchase a specific tool that Home Depot sells for crimping it may accomplish what you're looking to do.
A: Not the tomato metal cages that I am familiar with.
A: Yes. Easily
A: Hi gardengirl, it will depend on the thickness of the metal. These wire cutters will cut brinell 140 mild steel wires with diameters up to 5/32 in. and HRC 44 hard steel wires with diameters up to 3/32 in.
A: Not designed for that purpose and would dull quickly, you would want to get a set of side cuts or diykes for cutting that material.
A: Definitely NOT as this is what I bought them for an had to return them because the jaws do not open wide enough for one an second the jaws are not made from truly Hardened Steel to all you to cut through your lock. It would be best that you look to grind it off as they do in storage lockers.
A: Yes, if the shackle of the lock is no more than 5/32 inch thick, this can be used to cut it.
A: Hi Mark, it will depend on the size of the lock you are using. These cutters will cut mild steel wires with diameters up to 5/32 in. and hard steel wires with diameters up to 3/32 in.
A: you need bolt cutters for cutting locks off