At 558mm(22") long with a precisely ground ductile iron body, this plane is born to shoot accurate joints. The frog and lever cap are made in bronze. Fitted with an A2 cryogenically treated 60mm(2.3/8") wide blade to give a smooth chatter-free cut. Weight 3.75kg(8.1/4lbs).
11 April 2015
you get what you pay forthese tools are superb, they do not need fettling to produce a good finish. the blade is substantial and avoids chatter when planing, the blade does need a proper sharpen however before any serious work is done. as regards board jointing I think some people expect the plane to do all the work , back to basics and learn the proper skills first, this plane is not meant for weekend diy use
Peter Lavelle Rules
22 March 2013
Superb finishHave to write that I've never enjoyed using a hand tool in my life until I purchased this plane. The plane is made well, it's a nice weight, the fine adjustment works brilliantly and the blade leaves a glass like finish where no sanding is needed. I know it costs a lot of money but well worth it. The only downside is that it doesn't give a true flat edge as I found out when egde jointing cocobolo guitar backs. Perhaps it was the wood but considering the quality of the blade I find it highly unlikely.
2 August 2010
Lie-Nielsen No. 7 Jointer PlaneThis plane leaves an absolutely beautiful finish when edge-jointing. Just like all the other Lie-Nielsen tools I have bought, the finish was excellent and the sole flat over the entire length of the plane - just what you want on a jointer. The plane has a good balance in the hand, being sufficiently weighty yet not too heavy to handle during long planing sessions. Not a cheap option, but you get what you pay for in this case.