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Old 08-27-2013, 11:57 AM   #1
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Does anyone use Phoenix Contact tools other then the terminating screwdrivers? I was just wondering if anyone has some feedback on them. I am not a fan of my ideal insulated pliers etc and want to try something different like the unifox or cutfox. I am a huge fan of my screwfox and crimpfox kit but was hoping someone else spent the money on the rest before I do.
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Old 08-27-2013, 12:07 PM   #2
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They are just re branded German made NWS pliers.
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Ah thanks! I am on the site now, have you had any experience with them?
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I use one of these for phoenix ST terminal blocks. They are common in the power generation & transmission industries.
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Ah thanks! I am on the site now, have you had any experience with them?
Some. Seems like nice stuff. Just as good as knipex.
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Thanks again, placed an order this morning for a few items I want to try out.
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