Axminster Unigrip Vertical/Horizontal Drill Vice - 100mm
Axminster Unigrip Vertical/Horizontal Drill Vice - 100mm
£45.68 (£38.07 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Unigrip Vertical/Horizontal Drill Vice - 100mm

Code: 910201

£45.68 (£38.07 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster Unigrip Vertical/Horizontal Drill Vice - 100mm
  • Axminster Drill Clamp 225mm(9")
  • Axminster Magnetic Vice Jaws - 100mm
  • Axminster Vee Blocks and Clamps
Total: £103.80
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Axminster Unigrip Vertical/Horizontal Drill Vice - 100mm

Specification

Specification

Height 62mm
Jaw Opening 88mm
Jaw Width 100mm
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Overall rating 4.7 out of 5 based on 1 review

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Stewart

20 January 2017

Great Piece of Kit.

I bought mine quite some time ago now, and it's become my favourite Vice out of four that I have for drill press work (or even just to hold something still). The fact that it has a 90 degree face for clamping at right angles is much more useful that you might think, as I wasn't sure how many jobs I'd use it for in that way, but I've used it dozens of times on the side face so that you can grip round stock with all of the Jaw width while facing off in a mill or drilling a centre hole.
The mechanical side of things isn't what you'd call Metalwork Workshop Grade, but it's easy enough to nip up the Moving Jaw now and then to keep it in the same plane as the Fixed jaw, this sounds awful but it really isn't that much of a fault to be honest, and it is pretty cheap price wise to be picking on it that way.

The overall machining and geometry are really good and I wouldn't want to be without it, truly a great buy.

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