All-in-one RJ45 Crimper VCELINK



  • Work with any Ethernet or telephone cable
  • Ideal for crimping, cutting, stripping, 3-in-1 tool
  • Not suitable for RJ45 pass through connectors
  • 12-month Warranty & Lifetime Product Support
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All-in-one RJ45 Crimper VCELINK

VCELINK Ethernet crimper is ideal for stripping, cutting, and crimping RJ45 RJ11 RJ12 modular plugs. The professional all-in-one tool is compatible with network and telephone modular plugs and provides a convenient crimper. Its compact design is easy to handle, allowing for an ergonomic grip and comfortable compressing action. Handle grips reduce hand fatigue and prevent slipping during stripping and crimping.

Widely Application & All-in-one Function 

-Ideal for crimping, cutting, and stripping 3-in-1 functions;

-Universal Professional LAN Cable Crimping Tool Functions for Ethernet cables and modular connector plugs.

Easy to Operate 

-The safety release and blade protection module during shearing make it easier to use the tool;

-Removable blades help to reduce the risk of use and make the pliers safe and easy to transport;

-With a ratchet mechanism, keep the tool closed when not used.

High-quality Material 

-Made of carbon steel, steel construction for durability;

-Ergonomic, non-slip handles reduce hand fatigue and improve overall efficiency during use;

Compatible with RJ11/RJ12/RJ45 connectors

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