Okay, I’m capitulating to the emergent power connector in ham radio. While I prefer that a connector have a mechanical lock, the majority of our hobby is good with Powerpoles.
While I have other connectors in my shack and in my spare parts inventory, I do have a full PowerPole inventory & tool set at each QTH.
Here are some resources for correcting Power Pole connectors:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o31iuOcQ-jo << Some good information explained (like standard orientation, how the different amp sizes vary) and great demonstration on strain-relief techniques.
I’ve bought tools and supplies from several places, and like the PowerWerx website & service: https://powerwerx.com/anderson-power-powerpole-sb-connectors
Not all PowerPoles are genuine Anderson PowerPoles, and I’ve found the economy of saving a few cents on a connector to a bad tradeoff when the connector loses what mechanical spring it has or loses the plating on the connector.
I also have a supply of each of the other PowerPole colors for other shack uses.