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.
- Widest point is 1"
- Stainless steel
- 25 per package, but sold individually
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Sharon H from California
Latest batch seem a little tight. I could not get them on older 3/8" posts without a major battle. I was using two per post and ended up using a drive cap on top of them but that only got one down the length of the drive cap. I will have to use different insulators on my older posts. I am able to get hot rope in them, but it takes two hands on the one side. Instead of using gloves, cloth tape on thumb and finger works well when installing a lot of clips. Premier needs to stock something similar for 1/2" and 11/16" posts.
Amy F from Wisconsin
I have some of these Premier clips, and also some very similar clips from a competitor. They are good for different applications. These Premier clips are easy to squeeze and adjust, will slide up/down a post if you put too much tension on them (like with a high-tensile metal wire), and are sized for wire and are not large enough to hold rope. The other brand clips will hold rope and are stronger (will hold tension), but they are difficult to adjust — I have to use pliers sometimes. Overall these are great clips depending on what you want to do.
Michael O from Missouri
I would recommend these clips with limited use. I only use them in between more solid posts. If you use too many of them, the clips don’t always hold that well against animal pressure. An animal may get shocked but they may still pull the wire off of the clip at the same time; or they move the clip up or down and create openings for other animals. So, for extra support they are fine but I would not use these clips with the fiberglass poles if I needed to go any distance. I mainly use them to help lift the fence wires when the ground is uneven between my primary poles.
Brandon N from Kansas
Work great! Exactly what we needed. Shipping on all products from Premier 1 is super fast. Clips, fiber posts… all shipped fast.
Michael O from Missouri
I just start using this kind of clip. So far, I like them better than pre-drilled holes in posts.