Chain Link Offset Insulator
- Extends conductors 3.5" from fence
- Black plastic
- Made of polyethylene with UV additive for extra long life
- They come prepackaged with 25 per bag, but sold individually
- Attach small lip of insulator onto chain-link fence.
- Use tab on other side of insulator to snap into place.
- Thread conductor through insulator.
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Michael S from Illinois
Absolute junk. I've had nearly every one of these break. As was mentioned in another review, the first few broke upon installation, so I used a long nose pliers to help pinch the fence together to get them to fit on it without bending them. Well, they have since been breaking and falling off on their own in the weeks since. I've had more break then stay on the fence. I've since went elsewhere to find chain link fence insulators. I think Premier 1 is a good company, so none of this review is directed at them. Rather, it's to warn others to not buy these particular waste-of-money insulators.
Robert L from Oregon
Two broke as I was installing them. The installation tab has been removed and both prongs have large ends which make them difficult to install. Hard on the fingers! Standard size chain link fence so there is no problem with my fence. You have to stretch the prongs out further because of the larger ends. The old ones were MUCH better and none of those ever broke. They work but no where near as good as the originals.
Sharon H from California
These also attach to 2X4 wire mesh so I started using them on gates. Very secure feeling.
Great insulators. keeps my 6 dogs in our 3 acre yard.
Carol Ann O from Virginia
I have been using the chain link offset insulators for over a year now to keep my rope fence off my neighbor's chain link, much easier then running a fence along side a fence. They have held up well. They are very easy to install and move if you want to change their location.