EVO 7 Cable Tie Tools

HellermannTyton introduces the next evolution of cable tie tools

Image of HellermannTyton's EVO 7 Cable Tie ToolsThe EVO 7 was designed to reduce the risks of repetitive-stress injuries to users while actually increasing their productivity. The revolutionary, patent-pending tension/lock/cut (TLC) technology dramatically changes how cable ties are cut. This gives the EVO 7 the ability to lock each tie in place at the desired tension prior to cutting. Because the tension is fixed at the trigger when squeezing begins, only a minimum of hand force and a shorter range of motion is required to cut through each tie, and there's no jarring impact after the cut. Because each tie is cut at a consistent level of tension with less movement, there’s less wear on internal components resulting in longer tool life. An independent study conducted compared the EVO 7 with three other cable tie tools used in the wire harnessing market.

  • EVO 7 required 21.7% less applied grip force than the other tools
  • EVO 7 was rated as most comfortable based on lighter grip-force requirements, lack of hand pinching, and minimal kickback during use
  • EVO 7 consistently ranked best in the areas of overall preference, overall comfort, ease of tension setting, and overall ease of tool use
  • The ergonomic design of the EVO 7 offers improved operator safety, increasing efficiency and lending to improved productivity in the time it takes an operator to complete a task


ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionTypeFeaturesFor Use With/Related ProductsAvailable Quantity
110-70083 datasheet linkEVO 7 MECH TOOL HAND SPAN 3.5"110-70083EVO 7 MECH TOOL HAND SPAN 3.5"GunErgonomic Standard Span, Tie Cutter, Tension LockCable Ties 18-80 lb; up to 0.189" (4.80mm) Width10 - Immediate
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110-70084 datasheet linkEVO 7SP TOOL SHRT HAND SPAN 3.1"110-70084EVO 7SP TOOL SHRT HAND SPAN 3.1"GunErgonomic Short Span, Tie Cutter, Tension LockCable Ties 18-80 lb; up to 0.189" (4.80mm) Width3 - Immediate
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Published: 2013-10-11