- Quick way to gain entry to a electric fence without turning the energizer off.
- Easy way to connect two hot wires.
- 2 lengths available: 30" and 48"
How to Use
- Squeeze handles of one alligator clip to open jaws, then let metal "teeth" snap closed onto non-electrified conductor. Release handle.
- With other alligator clip, squeeze the plastic handles to open jaws, then let metal teeth snap closed onto the electrified conductor. Release handle.
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Jethro from Kentucky
These are the best clips I have been able to find, especially for the price. We rotational graze around 200 ewes with portable fencing and move them every day so I use these clips on a daily basis. They have held up well so far. The wire is very flexible and the connections are soldered together. A good product
Robert H from Florida
Bought them to build paddocks. These work great and have stayed in like new condition with the Florida sun beating down on them day after day.
Harless M from Oregon
I purchased these clips to replace some less than satisfactory clips that I installed when we fenced in a new 20 acre area for our goats. These clips are tough and long lasting. I have gone back and replaced the other clips and my voltage readings have gone up at my end of fence readings. I am pleased.
Dana L from Virginia
These are terrific to hook temporary cross fences to permanent high-tensile. The wire stays pliable even after two years of use in the sun and cold. The only issues I have had are spiders making egg cases inside the clips. They are not hard to remove, but I have to check them every time I move the wire. They definitely interfere with conductivity.
Larry B from Minnesota
They are extremely convenient. I use permanent woven wire with a hot wire on top around my pastures. The Power link is the best thing I have found for jumping to the movable polytwine for subdividing into paddocks.
My only complaint is that they get brittle and break after a year or so.