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SnapOn Harp Clip

For attaching conductors at desired height on 3/8" fiberglass posts. Design allows conductors in but prevents their escape. Called "Harp" because it resembles the musical instrument.

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325310 SnapOn Harp Clip 3/8" In Stock 0.10 $0.19


  • Holds all conductors except SuperWide tape.
  • Sold in bags of 20 but priced per clip.


  1. Place clip at an angle on the 3/8" post with the 2 open ends of clip against rod.
  2. With thumb and finger, push and twist at the same time. This will spread the jaws of clip and allow them to snap onto rod.
  3. Adjust to desired height by sliding the harp clip up or down on rod.
  4. Thread conductor through clip.

Tip: Use a SnapOn Harp Clip Tool (see accessories tab above) for faster and easier installation.


Does not move up and down the post easily.

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Average Rating: 4.3 out of 5
Number of Reviews: 4 customers reviewed this product.

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Date: April 2, 2013
Roger H from OR
Would you recommend this product? Yes
These clips are great!! Better than anything I've used before and they just won't break, which I can't say for the ones that come attached to the fiberglass posts that I've purchased locally in the past. They are a little tricky to put on at first but once I learned to to position them with my fingers and then give a little twist, they snap right on. My wife and daughter were able to put them on, no problem, once they learned the motion. They are a little difficult to reposition but I don't mind that because I don't want my conductor slipping up and down. I reposition them for 2 or 3 strands occasionally without a problem. Highly recommended!!
Date: June 13, 2012
Sharon H from CA
Would you recommend this product? Yes
I almost did not buy these after reading Tom's review on how hard they are to put on. So I only ordered a few to begin with, and an installation tool. I do not use the tool. They seem to have the right firmness when putting on the post and sliding, although I try to put at the desired height to begin with. I have not tried to remove one, looks like it would be difficult. Twine will come out with a lot of upward pressure. In this case I used 2, one upside down.
Date: April 5, 2012
Will D from Kentucky
Would you recommend this product? Yes
I love the harp clips! They are small and clean, easy to install, and inexpensive. Because they are dynamic, I can slide them up and down the 3/8" fiberglass posts whenever adjustments to my intellitwine becomes necessary. I've used a ton of them and will continue to use them for all my strand fence needs. Great product!
Date: March 24, 2011
Tom P from MD
Would you recommend this product? No
I have been using your products for years and loved all of them. Thank you! And, a big thank you for such an informative catalog! Ok, but these harp clips are the only thing I have ever gotten from you that made me curse...a lot! I appreciate that you came up with something in between the wire clips and screw type (both of which I use), but these harp clips are really difficult to put on (we bent 2 tools within minutes) and they are very difficult to reposition once on the post. They do see to hold the twine very securely, and so if I was going to a long term semi-perm. fence it would be ok, but not worth the time for a fence that was only going to stay up 6 months. Luckily, we didn't order too many, because we definitely are going back to the screw-type & wire clips.