1/8-Inch Wide Steel Fish Tape 125-Foot

1/8-Inch Wide Steel Fish Tape 125-Foot

1/8-Inch Wide Steel Fish Tape 125-Foot


  • High strength spring steel fish tapes are stiff for long runs and are great for heavy duty wire pulls; Updated model Cat. No. 56333 available

  • Laser etched markings in 1-foot (0.3 m) increments allow you to more accurately measure the depth of conduit runs and determine the amount of tape left to pay out

  • Polypropylene case and handle are extremely durable, and offer maximum in shock and impact resistance

  • Raised finger grips transfer 100-percent of the winding power from your hand and fingers

  • Full grip style handle gives you a firm, steady grip as you pull tape from the case

  • Unique sloped handle optimizes hand position for quick hand-over-hand rewinds

  • The 13-Inch (330 mm) case diameter means you can reel in 15-percent more tape in a single revolution than similar sized 12-Inch (305 mm) tapes, saving you time and effort

  • Patents: D574,277; 8,212,178; 8,168,921; 8,164,025. Other patents pending

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The Klein Tools 125-foot (38.1 m) Steel Fish Tape features innovative permanent laser-etched markings. The tape is marked every foot in descending order allowing you to more accurately measure conduit runs and know how much tape is left to pay out. The 13-Inch (330 mm) diameter case is larger than other fish tape cases so you can reel in 15-percent more tape in each revolution, saving you time and effort on the job.

Overall Width:
0.125'' (0.3 cm)
Stainless Steel
Tape Size:
125' x 1/8'' x 0.062'' (38.1 m x 3.2 mm x 1.57 mm)
13'' (33 cm)
4.7 lb (2.1 kg)
California residents:

Warning: California ResidentsWARNING: Cancer and reproductive harm - See www.P65Warnings.ca.gov for more information.

  • Wear approved eye protection when feeding, pulling or rewinding fish tape.
  • Do NOT use any fish tape on or near live circuits. Use extreme caution when working near any electrical equipment.
  • Use a safe work position to avoid loss of balance when using fish tape.
  • Never remove screws while fish tape is coiled inside reel.
  • Never form pulling loop into a single loop (into shape of a fish hook) or create a sharp edge that could cause fish tape to catch on other objects or cut into insulation of surrounding wires. Pulling loop should only be formed into a double loop.