Blade for Punch-Down Impact Tool 110/88 Type
    Product # 7044
    Blade for Punch-Down Impact Tool 110/88 Type
    Product # 7044
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    Blade for Punch-Down Impact Tool 110/88 Type

    This is a replacement blade for Punch-Down Impact tools.  It features dual 110 type tips.  One side has a built-in cutter.  The other side is the standard blade without the cutter.
     
    Compatible with punch down impact tools that feature sure-lock blade holders.
    4.1 / 5.0
    8 Reviews
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    Doesn't fit punch-down tool
    This is similar to my review of the combo 66/110 punch-down blade (Monoprice PID 7046). The width of the blade is several millimeters too wide to fit into a standard punch down tool, which makes it unusable in my case. It's shame too, as this is a good quality blade for the price.



    Advice for Monoprice: shave several millimeters of width off of both slides of both blades. That should allow the blade to fit (on either side) into an industry standard punch-down tool.

    PROS: - Inexpensive

    - Good quality blade

    CONS: - Does not fit standard punch-down tool
    July 27, 2014
    5/5
    Very fast delivery

    PROS: Item was as advertised.


    CONS: No cons
    August 6, 2012
    Another great product from Monoprice
    5/5

    PROS: Great product, great price. Your list of materials makes my job much easier. Thanks Monoprice!

    CONS: None
    November 20, 2011
    Good Punch-Down Tool
    This is a good punch-down tool.
    September 13, 2013
    Best for the price
    I bought the fluke networks D814 punchdown tool from ebay. It only came with 66 type blade. I needed 110 type blade for the patch panel. Fluke network's eversharp 110 blade is selling around $29 online. I came across this punch down blade and thought i will give it a try for the price. I am lucky, this blade is a perfect fit for the D814 punchdown tool. It worked flawlessly. It cuts of the excess wire. Tool will last as it was built good. For the price its well worth it. Can't find anything cheaper than this.

    PROS: well built, sharp blade, Price

    CONS: I waited two weeks for the package to arrive from monoprice. I thought that Canada post lost the package but finally its here. I live in western Ontario, Canada.
    October 22, 2012
    Functional and cheap, a great combination
    I used this to pull Ethernet (and more!) throughout a 6000sqf house, it did it's job perfectly. It takes a bit more force than I'd like before it punches, but once you get the angle right, the mechanism works every time.



    The cutting blade doesn't really cut the cables off, it mostly annoys the extra wire, but since I always have wire cutters in my hands anyway while wiring ethernet, this was a minor annoyance at best, and it often nicks the wire enough that you can bend it and it'll snap off.



    For the price, it's definitely worth it. If you spend your career wiring ethernet, get a tool with a better cutting blade.



    December 11, 2013
    Functional and cheap, a great combination
    I used this to pull Ethernet (and more!) throughout a 6000sqf house, it did it's job perfectly. It takes a bit more force than I'd like before it punches, but once you get the angle right, the mechanism works every time.



    The cutting blade doesn't really cut the cables off, it mostly annoys the extra wire, but since I always have wire cutters in my hands anyway while wiring ethernet, this was a minor annoyance at best, and it often nicks the wire enough that you can bend it and it'll snap off.



    For the price, it's definitely worth it. If you spend your career wiring ethernet, get a tool with a better cutting blade.



    December 11, 2013
    Too bigg for standard punch down tool
    As another reviewer stated unfortunately the width of the blade is several millimeters too wide to fit into a standard punch down tool, which makes it unusable. It's shame too, as this is a good quality blade for the price.
    November 22, 2016
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