Swage Tool (Stainless Steel)

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Swage Tool (Stainless Steel)

- An Essential Product to Complete your Tackle Rigging Accessories -

The Pitbull Tackle Stainless Steel Swage Tool offers a variety of uses for anglers looking to construct, rig, or modify their fishing gear. This tool has 4 crimping slots all ranging in size to fit exactly the sized crimp that is needed. Each swage tool also offers two different line cutters located on either side of the tool, ideal for quickly cutting larger diameter line or wire. A locking-handle design allows the handles to remain closed for convenient storage when not in use. The Stainless Steel used in these pliers are hardened for extreme durability, resulting in a crimping surface which will be highly resistant to denting or deformation over time. The Stainless Steel construction gives anglers unmatched corrosion resistance in and around saltwater, giving you the confidence to use this tool both at home and on the boat.

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The Pitbull Tackle Stainless Steel Mono Swage/Crimper Tool is slotted to 4 crimping sizes. Please refer to the guide below which shows the slotted crimping size and the appropriate line sizes:

.1-.5 mm (50lb and smaller)
0.5-1.0 mm (50lb - 100lb)
1.0-2.0 mm (100lb - 250lb)
2.2 mm (300lb - 450lb)

*Note: each company has slightly varying line diameter sizes

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to

Pitbull Tackle Stainless Steel Swage Tool
Features: 4 Crimping Sizes - Side Line Cutter
Specs: See Description for more Details
Qty: 1pk


  • 4
    swage tool

    Posted by tom cunningham on Sep 24th 2022

    My follow-up review. I think my tool failure was a "one off". The excellent after sale service has me changing my review score to 4 stars.

  • 2
    swage tool

    Posted by tom cunningham on Sep 17th 2022

    The new tool...(first trip) suffered a complete failure with breakage to the stainless steel metal jaws while rigging a leader.