Klein Tools® Launches High Flex Fish Tape with Triple Strand Polyester for Durability and Flexibility

July 11, 2023

High Flex Polyester Fish Tape, 75-Foot (Cat. No. 50375)
  • Triple strand polyester design provides increased strength and is 4 times more flexible than fiberglass and 8 times more flexible than steel
  • Polyester material delivers ultimate flexibility to easily glide around difficult corners or joints
  • Optimized feed angle for decreased payout effort and easier rewind
  • Bright orange strand woven into triple strange tape provides better visibility and locating of the tape in low light
  • Made of polyester, this fish tape is lightweight, durable and strong
  • Polypropylene case and handle offer high impact resistance

“Klein Tools is consistently adding to our lineup of wire pulling products to meet the need of trade professionals,” says Peter Roberts, product manager at Klein Tools. “With our new High Flex Fish Tape, we’ve developed a product that has ultimate flexibility to easily glide around corners and joints, being 4 times and 8 times more flexible than fiberglass and steel, respectively. The High Flex Fish tape is still durable and strong due to the triple-strand design and features an optimized feed angle for decreased payout effort and easier rewind.”

Peter Roberts, product manager at Klein Tools

For more information, visit www.kleintools.com/new-products or search for #NewKleins on social media.

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