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Have you ever broken a pin on a power supply and found yourself using common household tools to try and crimp on a new pin? With the new ConnectRight Molex Pin Crimping Tool, you will no longer have to worry about whether or not your pins have a solid electrical connection. With a wide range of acceptable AWG wire sizes (18 AWG - 30 AWG), this crimper provides versatility and compatibility in addition to safety. This tool offers an affordable, simple way to ensure that you will always have a reliable connection between your power supply, and your valuable components.
Total Reviews: 5 Average Rating:
Buy some extra pins if its your first time crimping10-01-2012
Reviewer: Noclip (2)
Very high quality tool. Takes a few tries to get use to the crimping process. But once you''ve got the process down it crimps flawlessly every time. I would suggest buying extra pins if your new to crimping.
Superb Tool and a Must Have03-09-2010
Reviewer: a computertech (1)
May take some practice and/or getting used to but does a great job. Comfortable one handed reset ratcheting action. Crimps Male and Female: molex as well as the mini 3pin sizes
Reviewer: Victor (4)
This tool is really well built with solid ratcheting. Although my pins don''t look like the manufactures but this user error. My pins come out smashed flat or one side round and the other flattened on top of it.
Reviewer: mrgoodcat (2)
i agree with the other review - the picture does not do this justice. Mine is slightly a different style, the handle is blue with black and its not sparkly. Nice ratcheting action and excellent crimps. Made rewiring my computer much easier. If you need to do any wire modding or custom computing, this is a must have, not even my local fry''s carried it, glad i got it from frozencpu
Reviewer: ben (1)
this picture definitely doesn''t give this tool justice. really good and sturdy tool. ratchet action, which i couldn''t really tell because my RJ45 crimping tool has it in a different style.