- Made of stainless steel
- Widest point is 1"
- Sold in packages of 20, but priced per clip
- Squeeze loops of clip together to slide the clip on, off, up or down the post. Loops of clip should have the open end facing up.
- Thread conductor through one loop for temporary fences and through both loops for semi-permanent fences.
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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.
I was very disappointed with these clips. Since I've spent over $1000 this season on fencing, I was trying to save a few bucks by getting these. The idea behind them seems to be a good one, but they do not fit on my 3/8 inch posts as described on the website. I tried a few different clips on a few different posts, thinking maybe it was just a fluke, but it wasn't. Do yourself a favor and get any clip but this.