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As we're getting more and more work with larger supplies requiring crimped lugs I'm looking at buying a bigger crimper instead of hiring. I'm never sure that the hire ones have been looked after properly and woukd rather have something I can trust.

Trouble is I can afford a hydraulic one so are the manual ones up to scratch? I can't see any reason why the wouldn't be but thought I'd see what the vast experience of the forum has to say.
I'm looking at this hex type at the moment:
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Then I noticed that the old style indent crimper are still available, I thought they'd fallen out of use years ago for anything but solid cores, are they still a viable option?
 
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