Axminster Trade Vices Woodworker's Vice
Axminster Trade Vices Woodworker's Vice
£27.79 - £52.81 (£23.16 - £44.01 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Trade Vices Woodworker's Vice

  • Close-grained grey cast iron for long trouble free service
  • Solid steel guide rods give a smooth and true action
  • "Toe-In " feature ensures jaws meet only at the top
  • Easy fitment under the bench
  • Screw has Buttress threads for smooth, accurate adjustment
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£27.79 - £52.81 (£23.16 - £44.01 Ex. VAT)

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Manufactured from close-grained grey cast iron for long, trouble free service. Accurately machined housings ensure smooth sliding movement and the solid steel guide rods reduce wear and tear giving the vices a smooth and true parallel action, free of side or cross deflection. Jaws have a "toe-in" feature so that, when fully closed, they meet only at the top, providing even clamping on the whole depth of the workpiece. Square body seating provides easy fitment under the bench top so that jaws are flush with the bench top. The steel main screw has buttress threads for smooth, accurate and responsive adjustment. Body and sliding jaw have provision for attaching wooden liners to protect the vice, workpiece and tools. Available in two widths, 150 and 175mm. The maximum jaw opening capacity is 110mm on the 150mm vice and 150mm on the 175mm vice.

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Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4 out of 5 based on 1 review

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30 January 2015

Good value

I took a leap of faith buying this vice as there were no previous customer reviews. I paid £30 for the 175mm version of this vice. It seems much smaller than you'd think when you get it.

The vice is quite lightweight, not entirely what you'd want in a device of this type but its not too bad in terms of strength. The screw can tighten the work a lot and keep it very secure.

It is quite easy to install, just be sure to use M6 coach screws to install it to the bench as the screw hole is narrower than I would have expected. M7 might work too I am not entirely sure. For the vice jaws if you are putting them on, regular M4 screws work fine. The metal jaws are only around 12mm thick at the thickest point. The front jaw has a slight curve so it thins out towards the edges to 10mm. I can't say that this vice will stand up to heavy use and lots of hammering on it, but for light to medium use it should be fine. Time will tell.
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