"Klein® Tools 100' (30.48 m) Fiberglass Fish tapes feature Klein®'s exclusive laser-etched 1' descending markings to measure the depth of conduit runs more accurately and determine the amount of tape left to pay out. The lightweight, strong, non-conductive fiberglass slides easily over existing wires and through multiple bends. Strength-rated up to 500 pulling pounds and resists harsh elements."
Unit of Measure



N/A Klein®


N/A Fish Tape

UPC Code

N/A 92644560101


N/A 27113101


N/A Non-Conductive


N/A Fiberglass

Handle Type

N/A Unique Sloped Handle

Container Type

N/A Case


N/A 7 in178 mm

Case Diameter

N/A 13 in330 mm


N/A 1.6 kg3.5 lb


Tape Length

N/A 100 ft30.5 m

Overall Width

N/A 3/16 in4.8 mm


N/A 13 in330.2 mm



  • "Permanent, laser etched 1' increments on the tape allow you to more accurately measure the depth of conduit runs and determine the amount of tape left to pay out."
  • "Non-conductive, fiberglass fish tape slides easily over existing wires and through multiple bends."
  • "The lightweight, strong fiberglass tape resists harsh elements and is strength rated up to 500 pulling pounds."
  • The 13'' case diameter means you can reel in 15% more tape in a single revolution vs. a standard 12'' case.
  • Durable 7'' leader helps push through crowded conduit.
  • Raised finger grips help transfer 100% of the winding power from your hand and fingers.
  • Unique sloped handle optimizes the position of your hand for quick hand-over-hand rewinds and allows a more level payout of tape on the backswing while feeding conduit.
  • "Repair kit (Cat. No. 56115), replacement eyelets (Cat. No. 56116) and spiral leaders (Cat. No. 56120) available."
  • "Wear approved eye protection when feeding, pulling or rewinding fish tape."
  • "Although fiberglass fish tape itself is non-metallic, its metallic tip and leader are conductive and could be grounded against conduit. Do NOT use on or near live electrical circuits."
  • "Do NOT pull a fiberglass fish tape with any type of mechanical fish-tape puller. A mechanical puller will severely damage the tape, and could lead to personal injury."
  • Do NOT bend a fiberglass fish tape to a radius smaller than 3'' (76 mm) or the tape may break.
  • Never remove screws while fish tape is coiled inside reel.