There are not really any accessories available to accompany concretor’s nippers and pliers. They do not have cases or other tools that are used in conjunction with them. However, you will need one other thing along with your concretor’s nippers and pliers in order to tie rebar together, and that is wire.
Tie wire or wire tie comes in two forms. One is known as spool wire, which is a continuous strand of wire that can be placed onto a spool or reel, allowing you to unwind whatever length you require.
This is the cheapest type of wire and can be purchased in a range of thicknesses and materials to suit the type of rebar you need to tie (thicker rebar requires thicker tie wire).
The second type of wire comes in the form of individual preformed wire ties, which are bought bundled together but can quickly be separated for use. This type of tie wire is more expensive due to being made into preformed individual ties and is usually used with a wire twister instead of concretor’s nippers and pliers.
The hooked end of a wire twister locates into the loops or eyelets at each end of preformed wire ties, then the twister is rotated, twisting the wire tie around the rebar. Like spool wire, preformed wire ties can be purchased in a range of lengths, thicknesses and materials to suit the type of rebar you need to tie.