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9 in. 7-in-1 Combination Wire Strippers Pliers

$2997
  • Wide jaw pliers - grab and twist wire
  • Crimper - crimp insulated and non-insulated terminals
  • High leverage handles - easier cutting and crimping
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Product Overview

The Milwaukee 7-in-1 High-Leverage Combination Pliers feature seven core functions for electrical installation. These Milwaukee pliers feature a crimper, wire cutter, wire stripper, loop maker, reamer, and bolt cutter. The wide jaw pliers make grabbing and twisting wire easy, while the crimper provides users with added functionality when working with both insulated and non-insulated terminals. The wire cutter, wire stripper, and loop maker allow users to make quick wire preparation. The built-in reamer allows users to ream ½ in. through 1 in. conduit, while the bolt cutter cuts #6 and #8 bolts. A swing-lock design delivers fast, 1-handed operation, and the high-leverage handles make cutting and crimping easier. The 7-in-1 electrical pliers provide maximum productivity and are perfect for the toughest jobsites.
  • Wide jaw pliers grab and twist wire
  • Crimper crimp insulated and non-insulated terminals
  • Wire stripper strips 8 AWG to 18 AWG Solid and 10 AWG to 20 AWG stranded wire
  • Wire cutter cuts up to four 12 AWG wires
  • Loop maker
  • Reamer ream 1/2 in. to 1 in. conduit
  • Bolt cutter cut #6 and #8 bolts
  • High leverage handles easier cutting and crimping
  • Includes: one 48-22-3078-7 in 1 combination pliers
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Specifications

Dimensions

Handle Length (in.)
5.6
Product Depth (in.)
9
Product Height (in.)
0.9
Product Width (in.)
2.15

Details

Cut Type
Flush Cut
Hand Tool Type
Long Nose Pliers
Handle Material
Steel
Individual/Set
Individual
Jaw Capacity
0.8 in
Jaw Tip Size
0.5 in
Joint Type
Locking
Number of Pieces
1
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

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  • 4.8
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I've owned a number of wire strippers over the years. This is by far the best combination one I'...
I've owned a number of wire strippers over the years. This is by far the best combination one I've owned. It does an excellent job of stripping wires, but at the same time, it also works great as pliers and the wire cutter is top notch. The tip is reasonably sized, so it fits in relatively tight spaces. It does a good job of stripping wires, with minimal loss of strands (usually 1-3). Stripped solid core wire just fine and didn't notice any damage. Cutter is very sharp. Easily cut everything I've thrown at it so far - from 20ga to 8ga (stranded). Haven't had a use for the wire crimper or bolt cutter, but I'm glad they are there as you never know when you'll need either. Build quality is excellent. Tool is heavy and feels very well made. The lock is easy to engage and firmly holds the tool closed. My only gripe is that the numbers on the jaw can be somewhat difficult to read, particularly when there's any glare as the finish is shiny.
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The Milwaukee Wire Stripper Pliers (Model 49-22-3078, Made in China) is a solid, heavy tool that ...
The Milwaukee Wire Stripper Pliers (Model 49-22-3078, Made in China) is a solid, heavy tool that will stand up to use and abuse. It's well balanced, with a perfect amount of spring force to open the tips. The stripping blades are sharp and easily strip solid wires from 8-18g (10-20g stranded) covering the majority of sizes for typical electrical wiring work. Wires sizes are engraved on both sides, both solid and stranded.The cutting blades easily slice through coax, extension and Romex-type cables, though I'd really like to see a Romex-slicing rig added. Typical small bolts (8-32, 6-32) cut easily and mostly cleanly, and the single-size crimper at the base of the pliers comes in handy. The handle lock is extremely easy to activate with thumb, no matter how you hold the pliers. The lanyard loops in both handles are great for those that like lanyards. I'm a little disappointed the tips do not come together completely, leaving a gap of about 1/16”. I own other stripper/pliers, with more crimping and bolts-cutting sizes, but these do what I need most often and they are heavier-duty. The Milwaukee quality is obvious and the price is certainly reasonable.
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I think the first thing you will notice when you grasp this tool is its ergonomic anti-slip handl...
I think the first thing you will notice when you grasp this tool is its ergonomic anti-slip handle and its substantial weight, which together provide high leverage. Milwaukee has provided one tool with seven features. I use to carry three tools that now have been replaced by one. The crimper, just above the locking lever and the locking lever itself are two pluses. The handles even have lanyard slots. Electricians and A/C peeps will definitely appreciate this tool. It is a Milwaukee tool, they don't disappoint.
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Everything I Need In One Tool! This well-crafted tool is a great addition to your electrical tool...
Everything I Need In One Tool! This well-crafted tool is a great addition to your electrical toolkit. The handles are comfortable to hold and their extra length gives better leverage for cutting and gripping. The tool is a little on the heavy side, but was comfortable for me to use. I used the pliers and cutters to install zip ties. The milled plier surface made it easy to tighten up my zip ties without slipping. The wire cutter is sharp enough to closely crop the tails on the ties. I also used the tool to cut, split and strip some 12-2 low voltage lighting cables. The cutters made clean cuts of both conductors in one shot. I could get the cutters open wide enough to start the zip of the conductors. Did a great job of stripping. The #12 stripping blade cut through the thick insulation without nicking the conductor. Also used the tool to cut a 6-32 screw. The long handles made the cut really easy and the threads on the screw weren’t damaged. Still more functions to try, but I really like this tool.
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Milwaukee has crammed a lot of features in this one tool and if you’ve done much wiring, you know...
Milwaukee has crammed a lot of features in this one tool and if you’ve done much wiring, you know that’s a good thing. First, I love these handles. They are comfortable enough for all day use. They look great and make using the tool more comfortable. The cutter on these are very sharp and easily slices through wires. They make a clean, quick cut. While working on a project with another guy and several tools handy, I reached for these anytime any cutting was needed. The end is made for reaming and works great. I like the crimper and that it’s an included feature. The strippers are marked one side for solid, one side for stranded, each side marked for their particular sizes. The pliers are another great feature that keeps me from keeping up with or carrying another tool. There are two bolt cutters, one for #6, one for #8 and the loop maker. These will strip 8-18 solid and 10-20 stranded. That’s pretty neat. These have a limited lifetime warranty and they are a great looking tool.
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This Milwaukee multi-function wire-stripper is a well made tool. While made in China, it apparen...
This Milwaukee multi-function wire-stripper is a well made tool. While made in China, it apparently was designed in the US and, in any case, looks and feels precise and solid in your hands. Spring loaded, it operates smoothly and easily strips wires from 8 to 18 gauge. Wire cutters, solid plier ends and the ability to cleanly chop 6-32 and 8-32 machine screws are also features. It has a good hefty weight and very comfortable soft high leverage handle grips. Worth having in your electric toolkit.
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This is a good combination electrical tool. I like the red hard plastic handles. The safety lat...
This is a good combination electrical tool. I like the red hard plastic handles. The safety latch works great. I tested the strippers on a variety of insulated solid and stranded copper electrical wire and it worked great for that. I tested the screw cutter on both stainless steel and zinc plated steel 6-32 and 8-32 machine screws and it worked great for that. The cutters and pliers work well. Overall this is a good combination electrical tool.
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I have 4 other strippers of different brands and designs including heavy duty one of another bran...
I have 4 other strippers of different brands and designs including heavy duty one of another brand that builds solid tools. But this is my new favorite. It edges out my other heavy duty one for several reasons. 1. The spring loaded handle is easier to use than my other heavy duty set that has no spring. 2. It has a catch to hold them closed where the other does not. Of course having no spring they don’t need that so much. 3. The cutter uses a scissor type design where the cutting edges slide over each other. That makes for smoother easier cutting than the edges that press together like regular wire cutters. It helps that these edges are very sharp and precision ground. The handles are comfortable. The only negative I see is the numbers are pretty hard to read for someone with bad eyes like myself. The numbers could be bigger and perhaps a better contrast I find them hard to read if the light is not really good. I know they look very clear in the pictures I took but that is the flash helping. But that is a minor thing. I just need good reading glasses on when I use them. Also after using them just a bit I know where each size is anyway by position. The precision of the machining on these is really good. You can see the difference in these and my other heavy duty pair. The step up in precision is pretty noticeable. The quality on these is top of the line. That precision makes them good across the fairly wide range of wire sizes they cover, even the smallest size of 20 AWG. It’s typical of what you expect from Milwaukee. This is just a well made tool all around.
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The Milwaukee 9 in. 7-in-1 Combination Wire Stripper Pliers Model #48-22-3078 is a relatively new...
The Milwaukee 9 in. 7-in-1 Combination Wire Stripper Pliers Model #48-22-3078 is a relatively new product to the Milwaukee Brand. It’s a multi-use tool with ergonomically friendly handles. The Wide Jaw pliers feature a crimper, wire cutter, wire stripper, loop maker, reamer, and bolt cutter. Being able to strip 8 to 18 AWG Solid,10 to 20 AWG stranded wire and cut up to four 12 AWG wires makes this a nice addition to my tool box. I also like the swing-lock design that keeps the pliers closed when they’re in my tool drawer. Made in the U.S.A. this product is supported by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
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Tough! If you install a lot of dryers or work with wire less than 12 gauge, it is time to upgrad...
Tough! If you install a lot of dryers or work with wire less than 12 gauge, it is time to upgrade. These pliers can cut through wires and wire bundles that the standard pliers just can't. However, with great strength comes a little more weight and a few less features like crimpers. I received this MILWAUKEE 9 IN. 7-IN-1 COMBINATION WIRE STRIPPERS PLIERS for free to write this review.
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