"Just done a large house refirb with some 20 TV outlets, satellite dish & multiswitch - wish I'd had this tool then - doh!!!!! Can't comment on reliability as too new, but appears robust & very easy to use."
"Got fedup of using a stanley knife , as I started doing more coax, I would say for a fairly new user of these type of strippers , its not too bad however I have seen better. The main problem I would say is that it leaves a little too much length on the insulation of the core, you just have to flip it around and strip it back a little more , so theres 2 lot of actions instead of 1.
overall a good bit of kit and saves time and a fairly clean strip , blades depths can be adjusted"
"Like one of the other reviewers, I find it leaves too much of the core insulation. Or rather if used as instructed the conductor is not long enough to connect in the f connector socket and the core insulation is so long it prevents the connector being fitted correctly. Yes the user will think of an easy work around to cope (as did the one reviewer) but it should have been designed correctly in the first place, especially at the price.
Despite the above, it is still better than a knife.
On the plus side easy to adjust the blades to suit the cable you are using."
"On opening the packet there were no instructions or a guide on how to make any adjustments. Assuming it was set up from manufacturer I tried it on RG58 coax and it was rubbish. Stripped through the shielding. Tried to adjust it and again no joy. Rather than mess around wasting cable I decided to use the stanley knife and do it manually. Over all I would not recommend this due to poor set up and lack of adjustment guide. If you have spare metres of cable you could set up by trial and error if you have time."