SnapOn Harp Clip
- Holds all conductors except SuperWide tape.
- Sold in bags of 20 but priced per clip.
- Place clip at an angle on the 3/8" post with the 2 open ends of clip against rod.
- With thumb and finger, push and twist at the same time. This will spread the jaws of clip and allow them to snap onto rod.
- Adjust to desired height by sliding the harp clip up or down on rod.
- Thread conductor through clip.
Tip: Use a SnapOn Harp Clip Tool (see accessories tab above) for faster and easier installation.
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Kevin C from Mississippi
Works way easier than the metal clips
No tool needed to apply
Allows more versatility than post with premade clips
Ken O from Oregon
Little hard to snap on but it is necessary to hold tight. Works well
Mary G from Michigan
These were easier to put on than I had anticipated. So far they're working well.
Ellis R from New Hampshire
Once I fugured out how to snap the first one onto the post, the rest went on easily. It was easier to snap them on by hand than by using the snap-on took. They can be repositioned with a little effort, but seem to firmly hold the new position. My only complaint is that they don't hold the bottom non-conducting strand of a web fence as close to the ground as I would like.
Roger H from OR
These clips are great!! Better than anything I've used before and they just won't break, which I can't say for the ones that come attached to the fiberglass posts that I've purchased locally in the past. They are a little tricky to put on at first but once I learned to to position them with my fingers and then give a little twist, they snap right on. My wife and daughter were able to put them on, no problem, once they learned the motion. They are a little difficult to reposition but I don't mind that because I don't want my conductor slipping up and down. I reposition them for 2 or 3 strands occasionally without a problem. Highly recommended!!