For instant in-field connections. Using a PowerLink™ is an easy way to gain entry to an electric fence without turning off the energizer. Our farm vehicles always carry several because we never know when or where we might need to fix or connect a fence.
- Easy way to connect rope, tape, twine or wire
- Use with electric net fences as a simple gate connection between two rolls.
- Gain entry to an electric fence without turning off the electric fencer
- Recommend to use with Pos/Neg netting to attach the negative lead to the ground rod
- Large, stainless steel teeth firmly grip conductors
- Excellent metal to metal contact for pulse transfer
- 30" and 48" long
- Stainless steel tips
- Plastic, UV treated clips
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.
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Robert J from Quincy FL
Quality is good but the jaws and teeth of the clamps do not work well with electric netting. The teeth are to far apart. Would work great for high tinsel wire. Would not recommend for netting style fencing.
Charles S from Kentucky
Best value for the dollar ...been using them for years. Do agree with users in that failures on some links in less than a year. I have to resupply myself every year.
Peter M from VT
Great idea, but not very durable. The idea is a 5-star but the quality is a 2-star! The end of the wire sometimes comes out of the clip and it's difficult to put it back on. If they get accidentally pulled, the metal clip comes out of the plastic clamp. I ordered more only because I haven't found a suitable alternative. I agree with other reviewers that these clips are not up to the quality standards that I expect from Premier1.
Graham S from TN
Good for about one year. Metal clips slip out of plastic, sometimes when brand new, so I've glued these upon arrival. Wire is low gauge & thin insulation peels/cracks within a year; walk by these at night & you'll see the arcs & sparks. If Premier would offer higher quality clips w/ heavier gauge wire/insulation, this would be a much better, more durable product. As is you're better off making your own links if you can find better clips separately from another vendor.
Eric M from Illinois
These links have worked well for me this year. I connect my reel based temp wires to high-tensile smooth wire perimeter.