Use this stainless steel clip for attaching conductors at desired height on 3/8" FiberRod posts. Grips post by spring action.
Use 1 loop for temporary fences and both loops for semi-permanent fences.
Works for MaxiShock and twine but not rope or tape (too wide). Use with our 3/8" FiberRod Posts only.
- Made of stainless steel
- Widest point is 1"
- Sold in packages of 20, but priced per clip
Works for MaxiShock and twine, but not rope or tape.
When ordering this item you must enter the quantity of clips you want (example 20 and not 1 for 1 package of 20).
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Stanley/rachel R from Nebraska
We use many of these clips on hundreds of 3/8 inch fiberglass posts. Over time some need to be replaced, since they can bend out of shape but they stay put on the posts much better then the plastic insulators. Came from steel 3/8 posts and will never go back after using fiberglass. Twine or wire will never have a dead short if it comes off the insulator. Posts are easy to put in, don't bend out of shape, and the clips make height adjustments very easy. Just make sure you wear leather gloves when handling fiberglass, since you can get slivers that often times you can't see to pull out, and they hurt. Highly recommended.
Jonathan W from West Virginia
I use around 500 of these from April to October-November every year. I use 3/8 Fiberglass posts and these clips to rotate pastures for both cattle & sheep. I have had zero issues with them. I have not had any bend or fail and they are very easy to use. I highly recommend them.
Debbie B from Missouri
I really like these clips. They have held up well for two years. They are very easy to get my electric twine on and off with one hand while moving fence. They stay where I put them on the posts, but I can still adjust them (without pliers) if needed. They are compact enough that I can easily carry a big bundle of posts in one hand. I like them well enough that I ordered a second bunch to replace the aging clips I got from my local farm store (name starts with an O). I have had a few get bent slightly out of shape, but they are easily bent back without any damage.
Chris K from Oregon
I find these clips to be to weak and bend to easily when something makes contact with the fence. I would recommend other clips over these.
Ryan from South Carolina
I rarely write reviews, especially since most of the time there are reviews covering what I would say. In this case since there is only one review and it's negative, thus, I am compelled to review it.
I have used the powergrip clips for a full year now and probably have a couple hundred of them. I put on and remove them regularly as well as slide them up and down on the post. I use them with Premier1 3/8th posts as well as many from Tractor Supply. They work equally well on both and I like them very much. I am very confident they will way outlast anything plastic, even when bent. (I have re-bent them) I can't imagine what Jessica is talking about other than perhaps she doesn't realize that you must squeeze the clip to put it on as well as slide it on the post. I have ordered my clips in many different orderings and over the entire year of 2015, so I can't believe what she's saying.
Oh, and not that it matters, but I've spent multiple thousands on fencing last year. I highly suspect it's operator error.
And no, I don't work for Premier1, nor have any affiliations, friends, etc. with them. I buy things where it makes sense financially and convenience-wise. I buy quite a bit at Premier1 because of this.