- 200 per container, but sold individually
- Medium (10 to 14 gauge)
- Barbed (12.5 gauge)
How to Use
- Insert one wire into each end of Gripple. (The wire goes into large hole and comes out the blue hole at other end.)
- To tighten, for best results use Gripple Tensioning Tool and follow instructions with tool.
- To change or remove Gripple, release the holding mechanism by inserting a small nail into tiny hole above large hole.
- Cut the wire close to the barb so that you have at least a 2" tail of wire to push into the Gripple.
- Insert both twisted wires of one side of the splice into the large hole of the Gripple until the wire comes out of the other end.
- Insert the other portion to be spliced into the opposite end of the gripple until the wire comes out the other end.
- Stretch the wire to the desired strain.
Use a Gripple Tensioning Tool to achieve desired level of tension.
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Brandon H from Georgia
Using these to splice HT woven wire. Have had a few slip and a couple ceramic bits shatter inside. I’m using the contractor tool with a Strainrite wire tester so I’m not over-tensioning. I think around 5 failures with around 60 installed.
The T clips have worked well. I always try to tie slip knots, but use the clips where brace wire is close.
Not a fan of the quick brace.
Bob N from Florida
12 gauge doesn’t work.
Rainbow Acres from Virginia
Lots of good reviews here. And I would agree with all of them — when they work.
So here’s some issues: About 25% (yes 1/4) of them break on installation. Meaning the spring and roller just pop out of the device and that buck to 2 bucks is gone. Then you those that seem to work but you go back a few hours later and the whole lot just released. But you can’t just pull them off because they still work sometimes. So you have to use the tool to remove them. For a woven wire fence that’s 26 removals. And you’re replacing the whole lot (13 in a line). They are still better than putting 39 crimps on — especially with the narrow space at the bottom. But it does get frustrating. And there’s a trick to the tool. If you use it horizontally all the pressure is on your lower back.
Buster B from Mississippi
Easy and quick to use.
Greg K from Minnesota
These Gripple wire joiners are awesome! Super simple to use and work flawlessly! I would definitely recommend this product to anyone looking to build a new pasture fence. I only used them on smooth high tensile wire but, I would assume they work just as well on barbed wire too.