I bought it without seeing reviews of other people and failed. The crimped claws in the wire section are too long, and the crimped claws in the clothing section are too short. I sent it directly to the trash can.
Depending on the manufacturer the length of the part of the mulberry and the opening angle of the caulking part are disjointed and if the mulberry part is too long, it becomes an obstacle when routing the wiring, and the person whose caulking part is too open is preliminarily done with a radio pliers etc. There are also things that it is troublesome that special tools can not be used unless they are sandwiched to some extent. But this Yazaki general's mulberry terminal is the best for length, caulking part size as well.
Although it was in other posts, the caulking part of the core wire part is too big to crimp it. Although the adaptable electric wire is written as 0.5 sq - 1.25 sq, how does it crimp? I would like you to exchange it with other things