• Knipex 09 12 240 SBA 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers with Fish Tape Puller and Crimper
  • Knipex 09 12 240 SBA 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers with Fish Tape Puller and Crimper
  • Knipex 09 12 240 SBA 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers with Fish Tape Puller and Crimper
  • Knipex 09 12 240 SBA 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers with Fish Tape Puller and Crimper
  • Knipex 09 12 240 SBA 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers with Fish Tape Puller and Crimper
Knipex 09 12 240 SBA 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers with Fish Tape Puller and Crimper
Knipex 09 12 240 SBA 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers with Fish Tape Puller and Crimper
Knipex 09 12 240 SBA 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers with Fish Tape Puller and Crimper
Knipex 09 12 240 SBA 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers with Fish Tape Puller and Crimper
Knipex 09 12 240 SBA 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers with Fish Tape Puller and Crimper

Knipex 09 12 240 SBA 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers with Fish Tape Puller and Crimper

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  • The rivet has been reduced in size and moved closer to the jaws to create an ultra-high leverage design for 25% easier cutting power
  • Features a universal terminal crimper and a fish tape puller on the backside
  • Serrated cross-hatched knurled gripping zone on the jaws for pulling and gripping
  • The recess on the back now has an oval shaped design which works better on thicker, round or oval shaped cable
  • Additional gripping zone below the joint for strong gripping of wires and pulling wires; precise induction hardened (64 HRC) cutting edges for long life and easy cutting of soft, hard and ACSR wire, dual component grips for added comfort.

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Want a great pair of pliers that does a bunch of stuff ...Want a great pair of pliers that does a bunch of stuff that is made very well? This is the one. Although pricey, you get what you pay for in this instance. Cuts wire smoothly and the fish tape puller is great!! The plier jaws grip nicely to twist wires with a smooth braid and is not stiff to open like a lot of other brands. Highly recommend these. Maybe have to invest in more Knipex tools...just have to tap the rainy day savings a little deeper for this brand.5Great pliers by Knipex!Well, I was using a pair of Husky lineman's pliers that cost me $11 buck way back when I started as an electrical apprentice and they served me well all these years, until I realized I left them in a basement full of junk on a rainy day and I refused to go back to that house for them (crazy home owner)...So I chose to purchase these Knipex lineman's pliers for a lot more money than the Husky's, and boy I have not regretted the decision so far.I've only had them a couple of days, but man they're light, very sharp (maybe 'cause they're still new) making the cutting very easy, they were very well lubricated out of the packaging, the handles are comfortable and grippy, the jaws open a lot wider than Husky's and even Klein's tools.They seem of very good quality and very functional, so here's to hoping they last me a good time. I would definitely recommend these pliers to anyone serious about upgrading their electrical tools.5Lightweight with excellent grips Insulation rated for 600V. These are so light and comfortable. The grip of the teeth are excellent and so is the fish tape puller.The crimp works very well though not as easy to crimp as a with a crimp tool.The cutting blades are nice though wore down faster than I had hoped which was disappointing.Still, I much prefer the Knipex side cutters even over Kline side cutters Journeymen series 4Awesome Pliers for pros!I am an electrician with 10 years experience and I love these pliers. Use them every day all day. The biggest advantage they have over my old kleins is the ultra high leverage cutting design. These things cut through just about anything with ease. Also they don't require a "break in" period like most competitors do. They are nice and smooth out of the package. Overall just a extremely well made professional grade tool. I have already talked some of the other guys into a set of these.5Little disappointedI own quite a few of the Knipex cobra and other water pump pliers so when my venerable Klein linesman pliers became worn in the cutting jaws after years of excellent performance I thought I would give Knipex a try for a change.Knipex calls these their 'American Style' linesman pliers in their catalog as a nod to Kleins designs. However my pair came with small slices in the grip insulation and I see that the crimp jaw is not centered. (photos) Not sure if seller has B stock(?)Also surprising is that using only 'handshake' force grip I can pull the Knipex out of my hand vs the Klein's have great torsion and with light pressure they just wont slip. This might have to do with the slickness of the 'comfort grip' on the Knipex. I washed them with detergent to remove any mold release agent but it didn't help much, perhaps in time they will dull and the torsion improve. Additionally the Kleins handles offer more curve which greatly help with slippage. Overall not that impressed with the Knipex so far. This might not be a knock against Knipex so much as a realization of how deep Kleins design & quality is. I believe this is the second redesign of these Knipex lineman's pliers. Also know that the Knipex pliers have VERY sharp edges to the point that I finally* took my dremel to knock them down so as not to shred pockets or scratch surfaces. It was not something that would have gone away with normal wear. Kleins do not exhibit this issue. It's funny sometimes you don't know how good you've got it with the brand you're used to. btw - Kleins are very proud of their 'proprietary' steel mix for their pliers. Holding the two side by side the Kleins have a 'heft' the Knipex lack.*Update: I called Knipex about the crimp not being aligned and they told me to exchange with seller. I did so without incident. New pair had same problem only worse. Contacted Knipex through email instead and included photos of persistent problem. They showed them to their inside 'something-or-other' team and got back to me admitting that my pliers were out of spec. They sent me an RMA form that included a paragraph that I was responsible for shipping BOTH WAYS.(?!) I called them about this, explaining that they released out of spec product into the wild and were now asking me to shoulder the cost of their lack of Q.C. They couldn't have cared less. wow. I'll stick with Knipex water pump pliers as that is their wheelhouse for sure, but any illusions of German excellence has been dispelled and I will be very careful about selecting their other products in the future.3Best in businessBest pliers in Electrical industry! I have been doing this for 20 years and there is NOTHING CLOSE TO THESE! These are most durable, easier cutting MC cable than Klein s considering the rivet is higher to the jaws makes huge difference. They come fully broke in, lifetime warranty, best dipped handles , very solid when used beating on stuff, and just all around more versatile.IBEW inside wireman need this tool.5Knipex vs KleinI initially bought the Klein Journeyman but had to return it to the big box store due to quality / defect issues. You can see my review of it on Amazon, submitted two days ago. That night I ordered this one from Amazon Prime and received it today. The Klein Journeyman and the Knipex are worlds apart in terms of function and quality. Saying that breaks my heart in that it's a reflection of where this country is now and where it's heading. The first three photos show the Journeyman and the next three show the Knipex.5Nice cuttersBeen using these for about a year and a half now as a professional commercial/industrial electrician. They actually work really well. If you work outside, or work in freezers during the summer, they'll rust like anything else, but a bit of oil and some clean up and they're good to go again. Action is smooth right out of the box, and gets even better the more you use them. If they rust they'll tighten up, but as long as you oil them promptly they'll loosen right up again. Heavy enough to use as a hammer when you need to, durable enough to take the abuse.As with all tools though, they wear out over time. The cutting edges on these are very pointy, (they have a very gradual taper leading up to the cutting edge), meaning if you try to cut something really hard, they'll dent or roll over more easily than a comparable set of Kleins. The Klein edge is much more abrupt, with a lot more steel behind the actual cutting edge, so it takes more effort to dent them.I actually had another set of Knipex Linesman pliers, without the fish tape puller and crimper, and the cutting edges on those got dented within a couple months from cutting screws and spring steel wire. If you have to cut screws or hard wire, I'd recommend having a beater set of Kleins around to use instead. These do best on copper and aluminum. Is it worth having two sets of Linesman pliers to cut two different things? I think it probably is. The Knipex pliers will cut 12/2 MC like it's not even there when they're in good shape, and the'll make a clean cut on copper range feeds in one shot without issue. The Kleins, not so much. They take more effort to cut just about everything, but they'll cut a wider variety of materials and take less damage while doing it.The cutters in the picture, as pictured, still cut MC just fine, still cut #1 copper just fine, still work just as they should. They just take a bit more effort to cut with. For the record, the cutting edges on these got messed up from cutting BX (steel armored) cable. They still cut it, they just didn't come out of it unscathed.If you're looking for the best all-around Linesman pliers, I'd recommend the Klein 2000 series Journeyman pliers instead. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0026TFRQ0/ref=emc_b_5_t?th=1 They're about the same price, the cutting edges are more durable (in my usage anyway), they offer all the same features, and believe it or not, on the set I got, the action was just as smooth as the Knipex pliers. I believe Klein puts a bit more effort into their "Journeyman" series, as I also have a set of diagonal cutters from the same series that are extremely smooth right out of the box.All in all, for just cutting copper or aluminum, these are probably the best pliers you can buy. But, if you have a need to cut screws or hard wire, you'd probably be better off with the Kleins.5The cut aboveI have used Klein and ideal pliers ( no experience with greenlee )before using knipex. south wire kobalt(excellent for the price) ..and other brands I do not consider them as professional pliers.I like my pliers with fish tape puller and crimper . Klein is great ideal also except jaws that become flat in about 2 years.(Hard to grab wires).9 inch knipex feels little light which a lot of people might find big +9.5 inch knipex feels little heavy like Klein s and is very well balanced .When I got them I turned off tv and stared at them for couple of hours then I placed them on pillow in my bed and sleptWith them.(not) .but they look great. Very smooth and sharp. I cut number 2 wire today.like butter.I consider them cut above. I just hope I will not loose them too soon.they should come with rfid chip.5Knipex is the way to go!I'm an electrician and I've used several brands of side-cutters, or linemans pliers, and Knipex makes the best, by far! First of all, they're nice and loose right out of the package! No breaking-in period! They're also super tough, but so are Klein and Milwaukee pliers. They feel really comfortable in you hand, even after twisting joints for hours. And they're heavy enough to use as a hammer when you need to.5Fine PliersNicely made, hard steel, sharp cutters, can take most abuse American electricians will give them.Not as heavy or perhaps sturdy as the Klein brand, but a sophisticated practical design that most will appreciate.The leverage is for the jaws and cutters, where it is mighty. But - of course the leverage is taken away from the crimper...You will have to put the squeeze of death on the handles if you are putting 10ga wire under yellow lugs.4Dont be afraid to try Knipex I started in the trade a couple years ago and the old timers always pushed klein tools on me. As i gained some experience, i started to experiment with other brands. Knipex tools have never let me down and these pliers are another example. These pliers come broken in from the package and feel so natural to use. Cutter is sharp and crimper tool is always nice to have. Awesome linesman. 5
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  • The rivet has been reduced in size and moved closer to the jaws to create an ultra-high leverage design for 25% easier cutting power
  • Features a universal terminal crimper and a fish tape puller on the backside
  • Serrated cross-hatched knurled gripping zone on the jaws for pulling and gripping
  • The recess on the back now has an oval shaped design which works better on thicker, round or oval shaped cable
  • Additional gripping zone below the joint for strong gripping of wires and pulling wires; precise induction hardened (64 HRC) cutting edges for long life and easy cutting of soft, hard and ACSR wire, dual component grips for added comfort.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Want a great pair of pliers that does a bunch of stuff ...Want a great pair of pliers that does a bunch of stuff that is made very well? This is the one. Although pricey, you get what you pay for in this instance. Cuts wire smoothly and the fish tape puller is great!! The plier jaws grip nicely to twist wires with a smooth braid and is not stiff to open like a lot of other brands. Highly recommend these. Maybe have to invest in more Knipex tools...just have to tap the rainy day savings a little deeper for this brand.5Great pliers by Knipex!Well, I was using a pair of Husky lineman's pliers that cost me $11 buck way back when I started as an electrical apprentice and they served me well all these years, until I realized I left them in a basement full of junk on a rainy day and I refused to go back to that house for them (crazy home owner)...So I chose to purchase these Knipex lineman's pliers for a lot more money than the Husky's, and boy I have not regretted the decision so far.I've only had them a couple of days, but man they're light, very sharp (maybe 'cause they're still new) making the cutting very easy, they were very well lubricated out of the packaging, the handles are comfortable and grippy, the jaws open a lot wider than Husky's and even Klein's tools.They seem of very good quality and very functional, so here's to hoping they last me a good time. I would definitely recommend these pliers to anyone serious about upgrading their electrical tools.5Lightweight with excellent grips Insulation rated for 600V. These are so light and comfortable. The grip of the teeth are excellent and so is the fish tape puller.The crimp works very well though not as easy to crimp as a with a crimp tool.The cutting blades are nice though wore down faster than I had hoped which was disappointing.Still, I much prefer the Knipex side cutters even over Kline side cutters Journeymen series 4Awesome Pliers for pros!I am an electrician with 10 years experience and I love these pliers. Use them every day all day. The biggest advantage they have over my old kleins is the ultra high leverage cutting design. These things cut through just about anything with ease. Also they don't require a "break in" period like most competitors do. They are nice and smooth out of the package. Overall just a extremely well made professional grade tool. I have already talked some of the other guys into a set of these.5Little disappointedI own quite a few of the Knipex cobra and other water pump pliers so when my venerable Klein linesman pliers became worn in the cutting jaws after years of excellent performance I thought I would give Knipex a try for a change.Knipex calls these their 'American Style' linesman pliers in their catalog as a nod to Kleins designs. However my pair came with small slices in the grip insulation and I see that the crimp jaw is not centered. (photos) Not sure if seller has B stock(?)Also surprising is that using only 'handshake' force grip I can pull the Knipex out of my hand vs the Klein's have great torsion and with light pressure they just wont slip. This might have to do with the slickness of the 'comfort grip' on the Knipex. I washed them with detergent to remove any mold release agent but it didn't help much, perhaps in time they will dull and the torsion improve. Additionally the Kleins handles offer more curve which greatly help with slippage. Overall not that impressed with the Knipex so far. This might not be a knock against Knipex so much as a realization of how deep Kleins design & quality is. I believe this is the second redesign of these Knipex lineman's pliers. Also know that the Knipex pliers have VERY sharp edges to the point that I finally* took my dremel to knock them down so as not to shred pockets or scratch surfaces. It was not something that would have gone away with normal wear. Kleins do not exhibit this issue. It's funny sometimes you don't know how good you've got it with the brand you're used to. btw - Kleins are very proud of their 'proprietary' steel mix for their pliers. Holding the two side by side the Kleins have a 'heft' the Knipex lack.*Update: I called Knipex about the crimp not being aligned and they told me to exchange with seller. I did so without incident. New pair had same problem only worse. Contacted Knipex through email instead and included photos of persistent problem. They showed them to their inside 'something-or-other' team and got back to me admitting that my pliers were out of spec. They sent me an RMA form that included a paragraph that I was responsible for shipping BOTH WAYS.(?!) I called them about this, explaining that they released out of spec product into the wild and were now asking me to shoulder the cost of their lack of Q.C. They couldn't have cared less. wow. I'll stick with Knipex water pump pliers as that is their wheelhouse for sure, but any illusions of German excellence has been dispelled and I will be very careful about selecting their other products in the future.3Best in businessBest pliers in Electrical industry! I have been doing this for 20 years and there is NOTHING CLOSE TO THESE! These are most durable, easier cutting MC cable than Klein s considering the rivet is higher to the jaws makes huge difference. They come fully broke in, lifetime warranty, best dipped handles , very solid when used beating on stuff, and just all around more versatile.IBEW inside wireman need this tool.5Knipex vs KleinI initially bought the Klein Journeyman but had to return it to the big box store due to quality / defect issues. You can see my review of it on Amazon, submitted two days ago. That night I ordered this one from Amazon Prime and received it today. The Klein Journeyman and the Knipex are worlds apart in terms of function and quality. Saying that breaks my heart in that it's a reflection of where this country is now and where it's heading. The first three photos show the Journeyman and the next three show the Knipex.5Nice cuttersBeen using these for about a year and a half now as a professional commercial/industrial electrician. They actually work really well. If you work outside, or work in freezers during the summer, they'll rust like anything else, but a bit of oil and some clean up and they're good to go again. Action is smooth right out of the box, and gets even better the more you use them. If they rust they'll tighten up, but as long as you oil them promptly they'll loosen right up again. Heavy enough to use as a hammer when you need to, durable enough to take the abuse.As with all tools though, they wear out over time. The cutting edges on these are very pointy, (they have a very gradual taper leading up to the cutting edge), meaning if you try to cut something really hard, they'll dent or roll over more easily than a comparable set of Kleins. The Klein edge is much more abrupt, with a lot more steel behind the actual cutting edge, so it takes more effort to dent them.I actually had another set of Knipex Linesman pliers, without the fish tape puller and crimper, and the cutting edges on those got dented within a couple months from cutting screws and spring steel wire. If you have to cut screws or hard wire, I'd recommend having a beater set of Kleins around to use instead. These do best on copper and aluminum. Is it worth having two sets of Linesman pliers to cut two different things? I think it probably is. The Knipex pliers will cut 12/2 MC like it's not even there when they're in good shape, and the'll make a clean cut on copper range feeds in one shot without issue. The Kleins, not so much. They take more effort to cut just about everything, but they'll cut a wider variety of materials and take less damage while doing it.The cutters in the picture, as pictured, still cut MC just fine, still cut #1 copper just fine, still work just as they should. They just take a bit more effort to cut with. For the record, the cutting edges on these got messed up from cutting BX (steel armored) cable. They still cut it, they just didn't come out of it unscathed.If you're looking for the best all-around Linesman pliers, I'd recommend the Klein 2000 series Journeyman pliers instead. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0026TFRQ0/ref=emc_b_5_t?th=1 They're about the same price, the cutting edges are more durable (in my usage anyway), they offer all the same features, and believe it or not, on the set I got, the action was just as smooth as the Knipex pliers. I believe Klein puts a bit more effort into their "Journeyman" series, as I also have a set of diagonal cutters from the same series that are extremely smooth right out of the box.All in all, for just cutting copper or aluminum, these are probably the best pliers you can buy. But, if you have a need to cut screws or hard wire, you'd probably be better off with the Kleins.5The cut aboveI have used Klein and ideal pliers ( no experience with greenlee )before using knipex. south wire kobalt(excellent for the price) ..and other brands I do not consider them as professional pliers.I like my pliers with fish tape puller and crimper . Klein is great ideal also except jaws that become flat in about 2 years.(Hard to grab wires).9 inch knipex feels little light which a lot of people might find big +9.5 inch knipex feels little heavy like Klein s and is very well balanced .When I got them I turned off tv and stared at them for couple of hours then I placed them on pillow in my bed and sleptWith them.(not) .but they look great. Very smooth and sharp. I cut number 2 wire today.like butter.I consider them cut above. I just hope I will not loose them too soon.they should come with rfid chip.5Knipex is the way to go!I'm an electrician and I've used several brands of side-cutters, or linemans pliers, and Knipex makes the best, by far! First of all, they're nice and loose right out of the package! No breaking-in period! They're also super tough, but so are Klein and Milwaukee pliers. They feel really comfortable in you hand, even after twisting joints for hours. And they're heavy enough to use as a hammer when you need to.5Fine PliersNicely made, hard steel, sharp cutters, can take most abuse American electricians will give them.Not as heavy or perhaps sturdy as the Klein brand, but a sophisticated practical design that most will appreciate.The leverage is for the jaws and cutters, where it is mighty. But - of course the leverage is taken away from the crimper...You will have to put the squeeze of death on the handles if you are putting 10ga wire under yellow lugs.4Dont be afraid to try Knipex I started in the trade a couple years ago and the old timers always pushed klein tools on me. As i gained some experience, i started to experiment with other brands. Knipex tools have never let me down and these pliers are another example. These pliers come broken in from the package and feel so natural to use. Cutter is sharp and crimper tool is always nice to have. Awesome linesman. 5
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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