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Aviation Snips with Wire Cutter, Right

1201R

  • Serrated blades of forged steel for superior strength and durability
  • Unique integrated wire cutter on outside of blade for duct and ceiling suspension wire
  • Cuts 18 gauge steel and 22 gauge stainless steel
  • Spring-action lock allows opening of tool with one handed operation
  • Features color-coded comfortable contoured grips
  • Convenient hang-hole for easy storage
  • Conforms to ASME B107.16M performance standard
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Cut and trim sheet metal in comfort with the Klein Tools right cutting Aviation Snips. Snip blades are made of forged, heat-treated steel for superior strength and durability. A unique integrated wire cutter on outside of blade cuts duct and ceiling suspension wire. The spring-action lock allows opening of tool with one handed operation. Snips are color-coded and feature comfortable contoured grips.

Specifications
Type:
Aviation with Wire Cutter
Application:
Cut and Trim Sheet Metal and Cut Wires
Special Features:
Wire Cutter for Duct and Suspension Wire; Spring-action lock
Cutting Pattern:
Right/Straight
Color Code:
Green
Cutting Capacity:
18 gauge Steel and 22 gauge Stainless Steel
Cutting Length:
1.5'' (38.1 mm)
Overall Length:
10.063'' (255.6 mm)
Overall Height:
.09'' (22.35 mm)
Overall Width:
3.75'' (91.0 mm)
Material:
Steel
Finish:
Sand Blast with Oil Rub
Blade Curvature:
Right
Blade Edge:
Serrated
Blade Length:
1.5'' (38.1 mm)
Blade Tip:
Blunt
Blade Material:
Forged Steel
Handed:
Ambidextrous
Handle Material:
Contoured Plastic Over Hardened Steel
Handle Orientation:
Straight
Handled:
Ambidextrous
Handle Type:
Plastic Contoured Grip
Tension Adjustment:
Bolt
Standard:
ASME B107.16M
Weight:
0.90 lb (0.41 kg)
UPC:
092644761539
Additional Information
Warnings
  • Always wear approved eye protection.
  • Never use on or near live electrical circuits.
  • NOT insulated. Will NOT protect against electrical shock.