|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||IRWIN Clamp-On Vise, 3", 226303|
|Item model number||226303ZR|
|Product Dimensions||15.88 x 8.59 x 17.48 cm; 1.7 Kilograms|
IRWIN Clamp-On Vise, 3", 226303
|Price:||+ S$22.84 Delivery|
- Easy clamp-on feature for working almost anywhere
- Can attach to tables up to 2" thick
- Anvil shaping horn incorporated into the design
- Sturdy integrated pipe jaws keep the workpiece steady
- 2" jaw capacity perfect for general purpose work
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The IRWIN Clamp-On Vise can attach to tables up to 2" thick to work almost anywhere. Designed with an anvil shaping horn, it features sturdy pipe jaws with a 2" capacity for general purpose and light-duty work.
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Reviewed in the United States on 4 June 2017
Reviewed in the United States on 10 May 2016
Reviewed in the United States on 4 May 2017
That said, this vise seems to be of decent quality. It's definitely a light-duty vise, being only 3" wide and a clamp-on to boot, but it is heavy for its size and built quite sturdily. The jaws open/close smoothly, so no binding in the main screw. Heck, it even has an anvil and pipe jaws incorporated into the design... on a 3" clamp-on vise!
I remember way back in the old days when I lived in an apartment, and there were times I could have used a simple vise like this. If you're married you probably won't get away with this, but for single guys in apartments you could easily clamp this onto your dining room table. Or if you have a WorkMate in the closet, that'll work too. Heck, you could take it to the local park and clamp it onto a picnic bench if you wanted. The point is, the vise is portable, so you're limited only by your imagination for where you could use it.
I don't know how much use I'm going to get out of this, considering I already have a heavy-duty 6" vise mounted on my workbench, but for the price I paid it's just not worth the time/effort to return. I'll probably use it as a second support point for those ultra-rare occassions when I'm working on an overly long workpiece; i.e. use the heavy-duty vise for the main grip, but use the smaller clamp-on vise to stabilize the longer workpiece... so long as the workpiece doesn't have to remain level of course, given the size difference between the two vises.
Regardless, if you need a light-duty portable vise, this Irwin vise is a great option.