Blades for Stanley No. 4 1/2, 5.1/2, 6 & 7 Planes
Blades for Stanley No. 4 1/2, 5.1/2, 6 & 7 Planes
£10.36 - £15.35 (£8.63 - £12.79 Ex. VAT)

Blades for Stanley No. 4 1/2, 5.1/2, 6 & 7 Planes

  • Single iron (blade only)
  • Double iron (with cap iron and screw)
  • Hardened, tempered high-carbon chrome steel assures excellent edge retention
  • Can be honed to a razor-sharp edge
  • Supplied with accurate ground edge of 25°; finishing with an additional honed angle of 30° is recommended
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£10.36 - £15.35 (£8.63 - £12.79 Ex. VAT)

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Available as blade only, in which case it is known as a single iron , or offered complete with chip breaker and screw when they are termed a double iron. Stanley® replacement plane irons are made from hardened and tempered high carbon chrome steel which have excellent edge retention characteristics and allows a razor sharp edge to be honed.



Plane Blade Width 60 mm (2.3/8")
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Overall rating 4 out of 5 based on 1 review

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M Conroy

10 June 2014

Good quality and value for money option for your old Stanley planes

I bought a single iron for my old Stanley 4 1/2. I'm pretty happy with it- it's of similar quality to the original and it's Sheffield made so I expect it to hold a reasonable edge, at least for the kind of work I do. A little bit of work on the back face to remove the grinding marks, add a secondary bevel and I was ready to go! I've tried those expensive replacement irons from other premium manufacturers but unless you're working with expensive hardwoods I don't see the point. These original thin irons work just fine, once your plane is properly set up and your edge is sharp there's no need to be wasting time and money on grinding and sharpening those thick irons.

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