C2G 38001 4.5 Inch Flush Wire Cutter, TAA Compliant


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The best price we've seen on Amazon in the past 12 months was $5.87 last March. The current price is $1.80 (23%) higher than the cost at its lowest.

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$ 7.87

15 May, 2019
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DatePrice ActionPrice
21 May, 2019Price Drop$7.67
15 May, 2019Price Drop$7.87
7 May, 2019Price Increase$10.97
25 Apr, 2019Price Increase$10.64
18 Apr, 2019Price Increase$10.15
30 Mar, 2018First Price Seen$8.51
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    Tools & Home Improvement, Wire Cutters, Power & Hand Tools, Hand Tools, Cutters

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 7 Reviews
  • Oct. 4, 2018 Last Review Date
  • April 9, 2013 First Seen Review Date
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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Newly announced Black Series Grievous [R]

7 months, 2 weeks agoMaXimus421 posted submission on ActionFigures.
Oct. 4, 2018
7 months, 2 weeks agoMaXimus421 posted comment on ActionFigures.
Oct. 4, 2018

Oddly enough, the model kit was actually quite easy. But you definitely wanna invest in some decent side cutters like the other guy said.

I used these

What are your cable management tips, inside and outside your PC? [R]

2 years, 10 months agoFastRedPonyCar posted submission on buildapc.
July 17, 2016

I've found cable management inside my PC fairly easy - velcro straps, using the back panel of the case etc.

But I've also been looking to tidy up external cables, on the desk where I have my PC and in our entertainment unit (TV, PS, BluRau/DVD/Media Player etc). I've been looking for clips like these, ~5cm wide and enough room for both fat & skinnier cables.

Does anyone know where to get the above, or have any better solutions? Enlighten me!

Edit: A summary of some things mentioned:

  • Visit /r/CableManagement
  • Ikea FIXA 114-piece cable management kit
  • Cable mounting tray on underside of desk
  • Cable raceway (amazon)
  • Neoprene cable tubes - multiple brands available (amazon)
  • Bathroom/plastic hooks
  • 3D Printing, using thingiverse for designs of clips etc
  • Using the right length of cable (just a bit longer than needed)
  • Use cases with back panels for cable mangement
  • Industrial velcro to mount power strip under table
2 years, 10 months agoFastRedPonyCar posted on buildapc.
July 18, 2016

Grab something like these


they will make it really easy to remove ties as the little precision tips can get into tight spots and not risk cutting a wire.

Another over-arching wire management tip I would suggest would be to bundle wires separately based on what components they go to.

It's something that usually you should do from the onset of a project and I did this on my last 2 builds where I had separate fan power cables bundled together, sata in another and power in another. This makes it easier to re-do cables if I swap components by only having to undo the bundle that you need to work on vs just undoing them all.

For reference, here's the backside of my Primo and Evolv builds. The Primo build was a good 2 month project just because of all the wire managment, custom sleeving and obviously all the water cooling stuff.



Those little zip tie anchors are also super cheap and work really well.

Lots of sizes and types for either screw in permanent mount or double sided tape.


Cutting off these plastic pins? [R]

3 years agoMay 19, 2016


Fun shot of my micro in action [R]

3 years, 2 months agorubiksman posted submission on Multicopter.
Feb. 29, 2016
3 years, 2 months agorubiksman posted on Multicopter.
Feb. 29, 2016

Great shot, and nice looking micro, but please get one of these, and use it :P

Customer heard a clunking - "Don't worry guys, I fixed it myself" [R]

5 years, 2 months agoMichaelApproved posted submission on Justrolledintotheshop.
March 11, 2014
5 years, 2 months agoMichaelApproved posted on Justrolledintotheshop.
March 11, 2014

Clipping resistance wire - how do you trim off segments of wire you can't reach with nail clippers? [R]

5 years, 3 months agobman86 posted submission on RBA.
Feb. 17, 2014
5 years, 3 months agobman86 posted on RBA.
Feb. 17, 2014

Looking for a good beginners toolkit [R]

6 years, 1 month agomorto00x posted submission on AskElectronics.
April 8, 2013

I looked around the sidebar and searched through the posts but couldn't find much.

I'm just getting into electronics as a hobby and I need a basic tool kit. I found this one which I would really like but its too expensive for me at this point. Looking for something like it for a better price.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!

6 years, 1 month agomorto00x posted on AskElectronics.
April 9, 2013

To begin, you should get these

Item|Price :----|:---- Wire cutter | $ 7.31 Wire stripper | $14.39 [Digital Multimeter] (http://www.amazon.com/Digital-VOLT-Meter-Voltmeter-Multimeter/dp/B005EK3NRS) | $ 9.48 24AWG Solid Wire |$ 2.99 + shipping Bread board|$ 3.77 from seller C-LEDS 500pc Resistor Kit | $10.95 Assorted LEDs |$ 5.98 Twizers | $ 1.74 All these would cost ~$50.

Other things to get later:

-Old computer PSU to get +5V and +12V rails (a used one will be cheap, just be careful since it is plugged to 120Vac)

-645pc capacitor kit ($19.99)

-Set of screwdrivers ($14.04).

-Weller WLC100 soldering iron ($42.74)

-Solder ($7.71)

-Desoldering wick ($5.64)

-Solder sucker pump($5.99)

-Soldering flux pen ($6.95)

-Solderable breadboard ($4.99)

Most stuff I listed are low cost but decent stuff. You can get better stuff based on need.