- 2 lengths: 30" and 48"
- Plastic clips with stainless steel tips
- Easy way to connect two hot wires.
- Quick way to gain entry to a electric fence without turning the energizer off.
How to Use
- Squeeze handles of one alligator clip to open jaws, then let metal "teeth" snap closed onto non-electrified conductor or netting. Release handle.
- With other alligator clip, squeeze the plastic handles to open jaws, then let metal teeth snap closed onto the electrified conductor or netting. Release handle.
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.
Electric NettingItem #201000 -
A portable electric fence that is 35" tall installed. When properly energized, it’s a nearly impenetrable mesh to sheep, goats, coyotes and dogs.$125.00
Electric NettingItem #206600 -
Designed to be left in one place for months or years, but still easy to move if needed. It's sturdier than other nets with regular posts.$67.00
Electric NettingItem #203000 -
A 42" electric fence for containing goats and sheep while keeping out their predators such as coyotes.$150.00
Electric NettingItem #201800 -
42" tall electric fence keeps in chickens, ducks, geese and other poultry while keeping their predators out. Recommended for heavy, non-flying birds.$168.00
Electric NettingItem #205100 -
When properly electrified, this netting protects beehives and campsites from bears.$173.00
Electric NettingItem #208042 -
The most reliable temporary deer fence available. The black and white colors provide 24/7 visibility to humans and animals against light and dark backgrounds.$122.00
Electric NettingItem #204500 -
An effective electrified fence that keeps in sheep, goats, guard dogs and cattle while keeping out deer, coyotes and bear.$147.00
Electric NettingItem #202800 -
An electric fence that effectively keeps raccoons, woodchucks, small dogs, rabbits and skunks out of gardens.$98.00
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Always handy to have a couple of these ready.
Dan G from Minnesota
I like these better than the old alligator clip power links because they are easier to use in cold weather. After a couple years in the sun the plastic does get brittle and tends to break.
Scott L from Texas
Very easy to use, keeps me from tying polywire together. Very useful.
Jon & Leslie C from Oregon
The clamps look to be an improvement on the older ones where the lower metal jaw would come off. Hopefully the new plastic clamps will have more UV protection than the old ones which deteriorated rather quickly in direct sunlight. Time will tell.
Lazy P from Virginia
I have tried several brands of links, the PowerLink is my favorite. It lasts the longest and the wire stays flexible, even after years of constant use. The only problems I have had are spiders making their egg cases in the alligator clips.