Stanley Multi Angle Hobby Vice

Code: 953690

Stanley Multi Angle Hobby Vice

Code: 953690

£14.59 (£12.16 Ex. VAT)
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Features

Key Features

  • Patented ball joint system allows you to rotate your project a full 360°
  • Lock it at any angle in multiple positions for convenience & easy access
  • 75mm jaw width opening to 70mm, with removable rubber jaw covers
  • Large C-clamp mount is suited for heavy duty applications
  • Attaches to work surfaces up to 60mm thick

In Detail

The Stanley Multi Angle Hobby Vice with its patented ball joint system allows you to rotate your project a full 360° and lock it at any angle in multiple positions for convenience and easy access. It has a 75mm wide jaw, opening to 70mm that will hold a wide range of items and has removable rubber jaw covers ideal for protecting delicate finishes. The large C-clamp mount is suited to heavy duty applications and attaches to work surfaces up to 60mm thick. Throat depth 40mm, clamping capacity 70mm, clamping Force 25kg.

Specification

Specification

Jaw Opening 70mm
Reviews (2)

Reviews (2)

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Baldvin

20 February 2015

Poor quality

I've had this vice a while now, and it has worked well for the minor hobby work that I have subjected it to. The adjustable angle is a nice feature. However, the first time I subjected the vice to any sort torque, attempting to press in a spring pin, the screw snapped in two.
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Richard B

31 March 2014

Not up to the usual Stanley Standard.

On arrival found a pin was missing from one of the parallel bars so it kept coming out. Fortunately I had one the correct size so cured that. Unfortunately the vice didn't last long, the screw broke where an E clip is placed to keep the moving jaw in place. In my own opinion the undercut in the bar is excessive so I wasn't surprised it broke. Being on a job at the time I just flung it in the bottom of my cabinet and thought I'd try and fix it later as it is a useful little vice because of its dexterity. Finally got chance and email Stanley who responded saying they would send me a replacement jaw. I re informed them it was the screw that was broken and sending me a jaw would be pointless. They did ask when I purchased it, I'd had it 13 months of which approx. 8 months of that it had been in the bottom of my box, they haven't replied since. Suppose 12 months and that's it
I have quite a lot of the Stanley Fat Max range of hand tools which I bought for work as I've found them to be very good quality for the money but am pretty disappointed with the quality of this vice and Stanley's service as I requested to buy the part.

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