9 Best Wire Cutters Micro Shear Flush Cutter

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Top 9 Wire Cutters Micro Shear Flush Cutter

Xuron Xuron ( Flush Cutter - 170-II)
Product Highlights:
  • type: micro-shear
  • style: flush
  • capacity: 18 awg
Kaisi KS107 Flush Cutter ( Pliers Side Cutters Pliers 5-Inch, Blue)
Product Highlights:
  • high quality hardened carbon steel construction makes this pliers a strong durability and tenacity
  • pvc coated handle provides comfort grip to protect your arm when using this pliers.
  • it can cutting corrosive screws and hard to take out screws directly.suitable for cutting phone screws, screen cover, electric wire, electronic pin, trimming plastic parts, cutting small iron wire, electronic repair and jewelry processing etc
Micro Cutter (Cutter)
Product Highlights:
  • flush-cut micro soft-wire cutter has 8mm long jaw with angled head for flush-cutting applications on up to 16 gauge (1.3mm) copper and soft wire
  • 21-degree
  • 2.5mm heat-treated carbon steel construction provides durability and long life
Wire Cutters Micro Shear ( Electrical Wire Cable Cutter, 3 Pack)
Product Highlights:
  • good performance: soft grip wire cutter has 10mm long jaw with 22 degree angled head for working in difficult to reach places and cut through materials easily. flush-cutting applications on up to 20 gauge copper and soft wire.
  • high quality: the diagonal cutters are made of forged steel which is quite tough and very resistant to the common elements of wear and tear. lightweight and returns spring design makes you more comfortable when cutting. these flush cut pliers tip are heat-treated for durability and long life.
  • versatile wire cutters: small flush cutter for shearing soft-wire, cutting guitar string, trimming plastic products, cutting metal wire or cable, repairing of electronics industry and jewelry making; side cutters also suit for plastic model making at home, office or shop and so on.
Cutters Xuron MicroShear (Micro-Shear Flush 410)
Product Highlights:
  • eliminates most post cut trimming
  • perfect for cutting soft wire and soft metals up to 20 awg (0.8mm)
  • great all purpose cutter for hobbies, crafts and beading.
IGAN Wire Flush Cutters ( Wire Cutter, Red, (5 Pack))
Product Highlights:
  • sharp and strong: igan precision wire cutter has an 11mm long heat-treated carbon steel jaw with angled head design
  • professional flush cutting snips: apply to electrical work, jewelry wire and daily use. suitable for shearing copper and soft wire up to 18 awg (1 mm)
  • compact design with open spring: it is ideally sized for working in small spaces and help you to save force.
Cutters Xuron MicroShear (Micro-Shear Flush 410)
Product Highlights:
  • will cut up to 18 gauge sterling, copper, or brass wire
  • not for use on memory wire
  • lap joint construction
TGK Wire Cutters Micro ( Cut 3d Printer Pliers 5inch, Red)
Product Highlights:
  • 45-degree angle use in tight spaces, good at cutter soft wire.
  • size: blade size 0.39 inch, total length: 5 inch.
  • light weight, thin profile and easy handling insulate grips comfortable for operation, spring loaded for easy use.
10pcslot 5 125cm PLATO ( Side Cutter Nippers Wire Cutter)
Product Highlights:
  • 【 model & size】-10pcs/lot plato 170 flush cutter, 5inch palm size for perfect cutting and portable using.
  • 【pvc hand grips】 -- pvc hand grips for comfort and control. it is suitable for cutting max 1mm copper wire, electronic wire etc
  • 【durable & long life】 -- high quality #55 carbon stainless steel provides durability and long life.

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