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Plato 170 Wire Cutter / Snip Tool

$2.49

The Plato Model 170 Flush Wire Cutters Excellent sniper tool for building all your RDA RBA and RTA Attomizer coils. Also works great for an all purpose household snip cutter. The 170 is a Plato Wire Cutter and has a thin profile designed for those hard-to

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The Plato Model 170 Flush Wire Cutters Excellent sniper tool for building all your RDA RBA and RTA Attomizer coils. Also works great for an all purpose household snip cutter. The 170 is a Plato Wire Cutter and has a thin profile designed for those hard-to-reach areas in electronic assembly. Plato wire cutters use the shear cutting method, which requires 50% less operator effort and extends cutting life because they shear rather than pinch. Handles on this wire snip are cushioned for day long comfort and automatically spring back to their original position after each use. Best choice for working on Rebuildable Atomizers. max.040″ (1mm) diameter wire. Flush Cut all kanthal wire with ease when making coils for your RDA tank attomizers. The Plato 170 Wire cutter is the vapors first choice in tools for when working with any type of rebuildable coil.   Plato 170 Model Features: €¢ Blue, nonslip, cushioned handles give maximum operator comfort even during prolonged use €¢ Unique return spring is hidden in handles and has a lifetime guarantee €¢ Plato 170 Cutters are 5″ long with a 7/16″ jaw blade length €¢ Spring Loaded for easy use   Specifications:€¢ Cut: Flush€¢ Head Width: 0.625″€¢ Jaw Length: 0.75€¢ Spring Loaded: Yes€¢ Cutting Wire Range: 18 AWG€¢ Wire Gauge capacity: Up to 18AWG€¢ MAX cutting capability: 0.040″ (1mm) dia wire

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