Cellularfactory.com has the 3 in 1 Modular Network Crimping Tool for $7 with free shipping with coupon code 1G7HYL [Exp 9/5]. Works with RJ45, RJ11, RJ12, 6P2C, 4P4C, and 4P2C cables. The Macgyver of networking tools.

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    MisterE Ben's cred: 139
    Posted 4:44 pm PDT 09/2/10

    Wow, the preview picture looks like a pink jumpsuit for that three-breasted chick in "Total Recall"!

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    tu_nu Ben's cred: 4
    Posted 5:22 pm PDT 09/2/10

    #1 - no one else chimed in but I totally agree!

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    sakeating Ben's cred: 4
    Posted 6:28 pm PDT 09/2/10

    Yes, that was my first impression as well lol. It was a double take.

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    Departure1 Ben's cred: 82
    Posted 9:37 pm PDT 09/2/10

    LOL I thought the same thing before I clicked on the Discuss button!!!

    LOL..AWESOME!
    I can't stop laughing!

    Great minds think alike.

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    bunnie Ben's cred: 26
    Posted 1:08 am PDT 09/3/10

    Being in the phone business this is a handy tool, does network plugs, phone plugs and handset plugs for less than $7.

    I can't buy crimpers like this for twice as much.

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    adg Ben's cred: 98
    Posted 4:40 am PDT 09/3/10

    nice deal! Last time I looked for a crimping tool I was finding a bunch for around 30 bucks even at Radio Shack.

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    Crash And Burn Ben's cred: 459
    Posted 7:56 am PDT 09/3/10

    A quick look around the web shows others for around this price and they are made from metal. They don't do as many plug types but cover network and phone which would cover my needs. I have little faith in plastic tools.

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    whatatay Ben's cred: 192
    Posted 6:42 pm PDT 09/4/10

    #5 and 6, being in the phone business, you should know that these cheap crimpers are good for 1 or 2 crimps and then start giving unreliable crimps. Nothing worse than finding a bad connector, installing a new one, and having a crappy crimp tool not crimp all the wires. Then you go looking elsewhere for a problem that you just created with cheap tools.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3715
    Posted 8:00 pm PDT 09/4/10

    Plastic or metal in itself doesn't matter, though I agree that if you buy a dirt cheap crimping tool, you might as well use it on your balls as a cable for all the joy it will bring.

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