Klein’s 92003 electrician tool set features “mission critical” tools for electrical wiring and connecting. Hold them all on the job with the rugged tool belt and pouch!
Featuring linesman pliers, longnose pliers, diagonal cutters and a wire stripper/cutter (10-18 AWG solid).
Four different screwdrivers with common tips.
Other tools include a level, chain for electrical tape and a tape measure with 4 meter stand out and a magnetic end.
Tool Kit includes: Lineman's pliers, diagonal cutting pliers, long nose side cutting pliers, wire stripper/cutter, double hook magnetic tape measure, and torpedo level
Kit also includes: Phillips screwdriver, two cabinet-tip screwdrivers, square-recess tip screwdriver, one tool pouch, and one web work belt
18-Pocket Nylon Tool Pouch (Cat. No. 5719) holds all tools in this kit with room for more and comes with PowerLine™ Web Work Belt (Cat. No. 5705)
3 Pliers: 9-Inch Lineman's Pliers, New England Nose (Cat. No. D213-9NE) with high leverage design, 8-Inch High-Leverage Diagonal-Cutting Pliers - Angled Head (Cat. No. D248-8), 8-Inch Heavy-Duty Long-Nose, Side-Cutting Pliers (Cat. No. D203-8)
Torpedo Level with powerful rare earth magnets (Cat. No. 935R) and Wire Stripper/Cutter (Cat. No. 11045) able to cut, strip, and loop 10-18 AWG solid wire
Double Hook Magnetic Tape Measure, 7.5 m (25-Foot) (Cat. No. 9375) with 4-Meter standout of wide, tough and durable blade
Profilated #2 Phillips Tip Screwdriver, 4-Inch Round Shank (Cat. No. 603-4)
1/4-Inch Cabinet Tip Cushion-Grip Screwdriver, 4-Inch Heavy Duty Round Shank (Cat. No. 605-4) and 3/16-Inch Cabinet Tip Cushion-Grip Screwdriver, 6-Inch Round Shaft (Cat. No. 601-6) with narrow cabinet tip
No. 2 Square-Recess Tip Cushion-Grip Screwdriver, 4-Inch Round Shank (Cat. No. 662)
5705: Powerline™ web work belt
Klein Tools is the result of one of those “happy accidents” that turn out to be revolutionary. Klein Tools famously got their start in 1857 when a linesman came to founder Matthias Klein to repair his broken pliers. Klein replaced the broken half and when the old half of the tool broke too, Klein forged a replacement for that, thus making the first Klein Linesman pliers. Since these humble beginnings, Klein Tools has grown and become one of the largest American made toolmakers and they’re a brand used by tradesmen, linesman and electricians all across America.