Stanley Band Clamp
Stanley Band Clamp
£9.56 (£7.97 Ex. VAT)

Stanley Band Clamp

Code: 136077

  • 4.5 metre band length to accomodate large or irregular shaped objects
  • Bi-material, tri-lobular handle is comfortable and improves torque
  • Metal and reinforced nylon construction
  • Size: 4.5 metre
£9.56 (£7.97 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Stanley Band Clamp
  • Mitre Clamp
  • Multi-Angle Band Clamp
  • Titebond ll Premium Wood Glue - 473ml (16floz)
Total: £39.51
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This Bailey Band Clamp has a 4.5 metre band length to accomodate large or irregular shaped objects. The bi-material, tri-lobular handle is comfortable and improves torque. The metal and reinforced nylon construction ensures strength and durability. Size: 4.5 metre (15ft).

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Overall rating 4 out of 5 based on 1 review

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Rod P

20 May 2017

Needs a little tweaking...

I have now bought several of these band clamps and although they're not the best quality, they work well enough and the "corners" hold everything square. However, I found they needed a small tweak: pull the short end through the clamp so that there is about 80 mm showing, fold the end over and staple it back on itself. If you don't do this. the short end is prone to pulling itself out of the clamp when tightening pressure is applied. If this happens (and it will - {voice of experience!}), you will then have the fiddly task of threading the short end back through the guide slot in the handle and under the locking lever.

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