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Hi Everyone,,

I've been out of the biz for awhile not, almost Ten years,  recently I've
landed a
new job doing anything under the sun with cabling/networking/telecoms....  

Question is,  Paladin tools,  any good?  I'm looking to start myself off
with a
number of tools for the job.  any other brands that I should look into
with out
spending a fortune?  

Thanks

T


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Hi T and welcome back to the field. You might be surprised to see how
little the biz changed while you were gone. The Y2K hysteria gave it such
big push that it appears it's still running on all that energy. All the
techniques (at least in copper) are still there as well as all the major
tools. That said, Paladin are good tools and so are Ideal or Greenlee that
you can pick up in HD or Lowes telecom section. You need to start with a
punch-down tool and 110 and 66 type blades. Pretty much everything else
(considering you already have screwdrivers and snips) you can buy on "as
you go" basis.



Best Regards,
Dmitri Abaimov, RCDD
http://www.cabling-design.com/homecabling/
Home Cabling Guide, Cabling Forum, color codes, pinouts and other useful
resources for premises cabling users and pros
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