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$54.99 list($111.54)
1. IRWIN SET150 6-Piece Clamp Set
$22.99
2. Quick-Grip Quick Change 518QC
$21.99 $20.99
3. Quick-Grip 512QC Bar Clamp/Spreader
$27.99
4. Quick-Grip Quick Change 536QC
$79.99 list($118.94)
5. IRWIN 226306 6" Heavy Duty Workshop
$5.99 list($7.46)
6. Quick-Grip 59200CD 2" Handi-Clamp
$2.99 $2.95
7. Quick-Grip 58200P Spring Clamps
$6.95 list($4.99)
8. Quick-Grip 58300 Spring Clamps
$16.99 list($22.70)
9. IRWIN 226340 4" Drill Press Vise
$5.99 list($9.18)
10. IRWIN 226200 3" Corner Clamp
$9.99 list($15.32)
11. IRWIN 226100 1" x 15' Band Clamp
$14.99 list($19.16)
12. IRWIN 226303 3" Clamp-on Vise
$7.99 $7.95 list($10.00)
13. Quick-Grip 59400CD 4" Handi-Clamp
$6.99
14. Quick-Grip 53006 Micro Clamp
$1.99
15. Quick-Grip 58100 Spring Clamps
$12.99 list($18.22)
16. IRWIN 226800 Wooden Handscrew
$3.99 $3.95 list($4.30)
17. IRWIN 222803 3" Metal Spring Clamp
$3.95 list($8.00)
18. Quick-Grip RQVNAB2 Xtra Base for
$2.99 $2.95
19. IRWIN 222702 2" Metal Spring Clamp
$1.99 $1.95
20. IRWIN 222601 1" Metal Spring Clamp

1. IRWIN SET150 6-Piece Clamp Set
list price: $111.54
our price: $54.99
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Asin: B00008WFT9
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 61
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Made from high-tech resin
  • Heat-treated bar for strength and durability
  • Non-marring pads for added versatility

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing clamps!
As of writing, I have only had my Quik-Grip clamps a single day, but I already absolutely love them! They are easily set up with only one hand, which is really convenient when clamping down a homemade fence for a router table, or anthing else that reguires the other hand to hold your workpiece down.
This package of clamps is a very good deal too. Ratcheting hand clamps are usually very expensive (the price of the two largest clamps from a home center is about the same as this entire package!). The description says you get 2 2" smaller clamps as well. I got 4! I don't know if this an error, but I'm not complaining!
Ratchet clamps, although expensive, are totally amazing. They are especially handy for sanding and routing, where vibration can undo screws. This package is a great deal and I haven't ruled out buying another set. These things are total time savers.
(And, if you ever get really bored, you can race them! We actually used to do that in my shop class!)

5-0 out of 5 stars Addictive!
Once you start using these Quick-Grip clamps you will think that all other clamps are obsolete. They supply all the power you can possibly need and are so much quicker on and off that repositioning them is a snap. They take a lot of the "stress" out of having to race to get your glue-up clamped. As soon as I finished using them the 1st time I ordered more. ... Read more


2. Quick-Grip Quick Change 518QC 18" Bar Clamp/Spreader
list price: $22.99
our price: $22.99
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Asin: B00004SBCL
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 475
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Full lifetime warranty
  • 2 tools in 1 - converts to a spreader by reversing clamp pad
  • Quick one-handed operation
  • Non-marring, stay-on pads, that protect finish and yet can be replaced
  • Made in the USA from the makers of vise-grip locking hand tools

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Mate the size to your work needs, but all of them are great
The big benefit to these is that you get true mobility out of them. While holding a piece of work, lined up, in one hand, you use these quick grips in the other hand to secure the work. If it slips while clamping, it is still a one handed tool to release it, and reclamp it again. Enables you to maintain a professional flow to your work. I feel awkward when using regular clamps in comparison. They require two hands. You could use a spring clamp to hold it together, then get another clamp to give it a final hold, but the quick grip saves you from having to do that.
Having these clamps in a few different sizes is beneficial as well. Small ones are more frequently used, and don't get in the way. The 33 1/2" is great when you need to hold larger projects together, and you can't effectively use two smaller ones to substitute. Additionally the macro clamps give you deeper jaws for a farther reach, enabling you to use them for securing work, to your radial arm saw table for example. They are fast enough to be used for almost any application. Sometimes I use them to secure work when sanding with a power sander. A couple squeezes and they are on, and one squeeze and they pop off.
After getting the smaller ones, and using them, I immediately order two of the 33 1/2" for larger projects, and for tie downs on equipment, including the drill press, and occasionally the radial arm saw.
Their is a small rubber stopper, which you can readily remove, in order to reverse the end, and make it a spreader as well. Something not needed very often, but difficult to achieve without one of these.
One note is that these have built in rubber pads, that completely cover the metal internal end. That is an advantage when you do not want to mar the wood. That and the fact that you can squeeze these with one hand, creates a mechanism that is easy to use, but not something that you would want to use for strength clamping. As a safety measure, these clamp sufficiently for most operations, but a threaded bar clamp, is stronger. So for those operations where extreme strength is needed, these are not the clamps to use. You sacrifice mountain holding strength for the ease of use. For example if I was using a large bit on the drill press, and drilling into metal, I would clamp it with something more. Even the slightest movement in an operation like that, could cause a snag, sending the piece into movement. If you are using just one of them, at the end of a 24" board, and decide to rout the other end, it will move on you. Securing it with two of them, and it is super tied down. You get my drift.
The big advantage of quick grip clamps, is that they handle wood beautifully, even for glue up operations. Hold workpieces more than securely to do the job in most applications, and are so handy that they deserve more than 5 stars. I would feel lost without them. It is another tool in the must have category.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Clamp, Good Size
This clamp uses the ingenius trigger grip design for unbelievable ease of use. This makes the clamp unbelievably easy to tighten using one hand. A few warnings about this particular product, however:

(1) Be sure the size is correct. I think the 18" size is the best all-around size. But, if you are doing very large projects, the 36" size may be better.

(2) The plastic construction makes the clamps best for holding items "approximately" in place. If you need total clamping for cutting precision, look elsewhere.

All in all, a good product if it is the right size, and used for the right purpose.

3-0 out of 5 stars Convenient, yes...Worth the hype...No Way
These clamps are easy to use. The adjust with one hand. They don't mar the wood. But they lack the clamping power of j-clamps or c-clamps. I have about 6 of them and they're great for holding a piece of wood to the workbench for routing or sanding, but that's about it. Don't even try using them for glue-ups. ... Read more


3. Quick-Grip 512QC Bar Clamp/Spreader
list price: $21.99
our price: $21.99
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Asin: B000022452
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 2875
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Non-marring stay-on pads are soft, pliable, large pads that protect the finish, yet can be replaced
  • 12"
  • Quick Change Multi-Positioning Jaw locks on end-pin or any position on bar
  • Quick-Clip feature on jaw converts clamp into a spreader quickly and easily; no tools required
  • Quick one handed operation moves 2X faster than the Original Quick-Grip trigger

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars The most popular size and most frequently used
The big benefit to these is that you get true mobility out of them. While holding a piece of work, lined up, in one hand, you use these quick grips in the other hand to secure the work. If it slips while clamping, it is still a one handed tool to release it, and reclamp it again. Enables you to maintain a professional flow to your work. I feel awkward when using regular clamps in comparison. They require two hands. You could use a spring clamp to hold it together, then get another clamp to give it a final hold, but the quick grip saves you from having to do that.
Having these clamps in a few different sizes is beneficial as well. Small ones are more frequently used, and don't get in the way. The 33 1/2" is great when you need to hold larger projects together, and you can't effectively use two smaller ones to substitute. Additionally the macro clamps give you deeper jaws for a farther reach, enabling you to use them for securing work, to your radial arm saw table for example. They are fast enough to be used for almost any application. Sometimes I use them to secure work when sanding with a power sander. A couple squeezes and they are on, and one squeeze and they pop off.
After getting the smaller ones, and using them, I immediately order two of the 33 1/2" for larger projects, and for tie downs on equipment, including the drill press, and occasionally the radial arm saw.
Their is a small rubber stopper, which you can readily remove, in order to reverse the end, and make it a spreader as well. Something not needed very often, but difficult to achieve without one of these.
One note is that these have built in rubber pads, that completely cover the metal internal end. That is an advantage when you do not want to mar the wood. That and the fact that you can squeeze these with one hand, creates a mechanism that is easy to use, but not something that you would want to use for strength clamping. As a safety measure, these clamp sufficiently for most operations, but a threaded bar clamp, is stronger. So for those operations where extreme strength is needed, these are not the clamps to use. You sacrifice mountain holding strength for the ease of use. For example if I was using a large bit on the drill press, and drilling into metal, I would clamp it with something more. Even the slightest movement in an operation like that, could cause a snag, sending the piece into movement. If you are using just one of them, at the end of a 24" board, and decide to rout the other end, it will move on you. Securing it with two of them, and it is super tied down. You get my drift.
The big advantage of quick grip clamps, is that they handle wood beautifully, even for glue up operations. Hold workpieces more than securely to do the job in most applications, and are so handy that they deserve more than 5 stars. I would feel lost without them. It is another tool in the must have category.

4-0 out of 5 stars I love this Clamp/spreader
As with the entire quick grip products the features that should entice you to buy and use the Quick-Grip 512QC Bar Clamp/Spreader are the ease of adjustment and the fact that it won't mar even the softest of wood yet still provide ample force for your project. Being able to use it as both a clamp and a spreader is a major Plus over the other clamps available. People with low hand strength or hand pain can use the trigger ratchet used for the adjustment with ease. It only requires a firm squeeze just over the pressure used for scissors.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Clamp in the Market!
I went out and bought a 12" 512QC Quick-Grip Bar clamp/spreader just a few days ago and felt I should have bought it a long time ago. I can do most of the clamping with one hand now. I am not a professional but this tool let me do my work much x faster. The grip is very strong. In one click you can loosen it and the other handle on top tightens it. The Rubber grips protects wood from being damaged. You don't need to insert anything between wood and the grip. I want to buy the bigger length ones when the need arise. Also this is very lightweight and strong. I think every wood working enthusiast or pro should have it

5-0 out of 5 stars Quick Grip clamps and spreaders for woodworking
I have been crafting fine cabnitry for many years now. In the process I have used virtually every clamp and strap device on the market. From Jegenson, strap clamps, spring grip, bar clamps (circular & retangular) to the racheting designs. All have particular advantages, but the best overall clamp that I have used for wood glueing and wookwrking is the quick grip. Some of their advantages are ease of clamping and or releaseing the mechanism itself. The clamp can also be quickly adjusted using one hand assuming that the clamp has been "gross" adjusted to the approximate size of the work piece. Gross adjustment is a simple one second process of sliding the statioanry end of the clamp down the staft to the approximate size of the work-piece. Equally easy to operate is the quick (hence the name) release button. It provides easy readjustments of tension or clamp position. Both of these features as esential whan working alone or with a complex assembly that requires pressure while the clamp is being applied. The weight of the clamps that I use the most (standard 36 and 24 inch clamps) are approxmiatly 2 and 2.5 lbs respectivly. These are the lightest clamps that I have used given their holding strength. They provide much more holding force than I have ever need for cabinet making with no apparent slippage over 24 hours (typ glue cure cycle). Their only limitation is their length. They come in standard lengths of 12, 18, 24, 36, and 50 inch lenghts. I guess the manufacturer assumes that if you wnat to build somehting bigger than 50 inches, you and prodably a professional and will have custom holddown hardware of your own... Keith J, San Jose, CA

4-0 out of 5 stars A good buy
There are so many projects that can be done with this tool. A virtual project completer. ... Read more


4. Quick-Grip Quick Change 536QC 36" Bar Clamp/Spreader
list price: $27.99
our price: $27.99
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Asin: B00004SBCM
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 543
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Full lifetime warranty
  • 2 tools in 1 - converts to a spreader by reversing clamp pad
  • Quick one-handed operation
  • Non-marring, stay-on pads, that protect finish and yet can be replaced
  • Made in the USA from the makers of vise-grip locking hand tools

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Clamp, Probably Too Big
This clamp uses the ingenius trigger grip design for unbelievable ease of use. This makes the clamp unbelievably easy to tighten using one hand. A few warnings about this particular product, however:

(1) Be sure the size is correct. I think the 36" size is too big for all but the biggest projects. I think the 18" size is the best all-around size.

(2) The plastic construction makes the clamps best for holding items "approximately" in place. If you need total clamping for cutting precision, look elsewhere.

All in all, a good product if it is the right size, and used for the right purpose.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worked Great! Couldn't be Happier!
The molding on my car was falling off and I needed to glue it back on. I tried using duct tape, but that wasn't working.

I bought a Quick-Grip Bar Clamp to use for the job. It worked great. Very easy to use. Soft pad on the clamp did not scratch the paint.

I'd recommend this to anyone. Another great IRWIN product!

5-0 out of 5 stars Quick Grip tops the charts on usability plus
The big benefit to these is that you get true mobility out of them. While holding a piece of work, lined up, in one hand, you use these quick grips in the other hand to secure the work. If it slips while clamping, it is still a one handed tool to release it, and reclamp it again. Enables you to maintain a professional flow to your work. I feel awkward when using regular clamps in comparison. They require two hands. You could use a spring clamp to hold it together, then get another clamp to give it a final hold, but the quick grip saves you from having to do that.
Having these clamps in a few different sizes is beneficial as well. Small ones are more frequently used, and don't get in the way. The 33 1/2" is great when you need to hold larger projects together, and you can't effectively use two smaller ones to substitute. Additionally the macro clamps give you deeper jaws for a farther reach, enabling you to use them for securing work, to your radial arm saw table for example. They are fast enough to be used for almost any application. Sometimes I use them to secure work when sanding with a power sander. A couple squeezes and they are on, and one squeeze and they pop off.
After getting the smaller ones, and using them, I immediately order two of the 33 1/2" for larger projects, and for tie downs on equipment, including the drill press, and occasionally the radial arm saw.
Their is a small rubber stopper, which you can readily remove, in order to reverse the end, and make it a spreader as well. Something not needed very often, but difficult to achieve without one of these.
One note is that these have built in rubber pads, that completely cover the metal internal end. That is an advantage when you do not want to mar the wood. That and the fact that you can squeeze these with one hand, creates a mechanism that is easy to use, but not something that you would want to use for strength clamping. As a safety measure, these clamp sufficiently for most operations, but a threaded bar clamp, is stronger. So for those operations where extreme strength is needed, these are not the clamps to use. You sacrifice mountain holding strength for the ease of use. For example if I was using a large bit on the drill press, and drilling into metal, I would clamp it with something more. Even the slightest movement in an operation like that, could cause a snag, sending the piece into movement. If you are using just one of them, at the end of a 24" board, and decide to rout the other end, it will move on you. Securing it with two of them, and it is super tied down. You get my drift.
The big advantage of quick grip clamps, is that they handle wood beautifully, even for glue up operations. Hold workpieces more than securely to do the job in most applications, and are so handy that they deserve more than 5 stars. I would feel lost without them. It is another tool in the must have category.

4-0 out of 5 stars NEAR PERFECTION
THIS NEW STYLE OF BAR CLAMP SPREADER IS A TRUE WORK OF ART. THEY ARE SO SIMPLE TO USE AND ADJUST, BOTH IN THE CLAMP OR SPREADER MODE.HOW MUCH EASIER CAN IT GET? ALTHOUGH THIS IS NOT THE IDEAL CLAMP FOR ALL APLICATIONS, IT SUIT'S 9 OUT OF 10 PROJECTS.OTHER CLAMP MAKERS ARE NOW PRODUCING THEY'RE OWN VERSION OF CLAMP/SPREADER TOOLS AND THAT'S PROOF OF QUICK-GRIPS SUCCESSFUL DESIGN AND POPULARITY. BE SURE AND USE A DRY LUBE ON THE CLAMP BAR ITSELF TO AID IN MOVING THE CLAMP AND PREVENTING RUST.

nOW GET OUT THERE AND CLAMP IT DOWN

4-0 out of 5 stars Great clamps for the price....
These are your typical hand-ratchet clamps with an added feature -- the ends are reversible so it can work as a spreader if needed. They are solidly constructed, do not mark wood surfaces, and a great addition to my shop. I sometimes can't get the same force I would normally get out of a screw clamp, but for most jobs this is a great clamp. ... Read more


5. IRWIN 226306 6" Heavy Duty Workshop Vise
list price: $118.94
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0001LQY3U
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 29397
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Features

  • 6" Jaw Width
  • 8-3/4" Clamping Capacity
  • 4-1/4" Throat Depth

6. Quick-Grip 59200CD 2" Handi-Clamp
list price: $7.46
our price: $5.99
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Asin: B000051WSG
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 965
Average Customer Review: 3.07 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

As its name implies, the Handi-Clamp is a handy tool to have around when you need to hold a work piece securely in place while working on it. The lightweight clamp squeezes into place easily and holds fast. Non-marring pads grip the work surface tightly, without damaging it. And a quick-release trigger on the handle makes it easy to remove or readjust the clamp as needed--no screwing, twisting, or tightening, just squeeze and clamp down. A larger, 4-inch version of the Handi-Clamp is available for clamping thicker materials, too. Rule number one in a workshop: You can't have too many clamps. --Carl Thress ... Read more

Features

  • Non-marring swivel pads protect work pieces
  • Jaws are designed to reach around odd shapes
  • One-handed operation is a major convenience
  • Quick release trigger lets you remove the clamp without hassle
  • Non-slip handles guarantee grip

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Look! True One Hand Operation!
I bought mine to hold shop-made jigs in place while routing and sawing. They are very convenient to use. The jaw has a maximum opening of about 2", but to get a really tight grip, about an 1 1/2" thick or less works best. I always keep the black release lever on the top handle if I can. Two of these will hold a jig very tightly. The rubber pads will not mar your workpiece or slip.

I have modified a few of my jigs by gluing 400 grit sandpaper to the bottom of the jig with spray-on contact cement so they grip the workpiece better. One finger will release even the tightest grip by pulling up in the black release lever. They are so much easier to use than "C" clamps or even larger Vise Grip bar clamps, which both have to be operated from below the table to assure a lower profile in your work area.

These are tough little clamps that you will find new uses for whenever you're in the shop. Get several - you don't want to end up "one clamp short of a set-up."

5-0 out of 5 stars Best thing since sliced bread...
I saw a bin of these in the store a couple months ago and, since they were cheap, decided to get one. I was amazed at the versatility of this clamp. It's at least as easy to use as a spring clamp - but it clamps as hard as you squeeze it. They work great for holding straight edges for routing or sawing and they never slip. It's like someone took a plastic spring clamp and a pair of vise grips and mated them! I'd give this tool 6 stars if I could.
Note: my original clamps were useless after a few months because the little springs fell out. However, they have improved the design so that this doesn't happen anymore.

5-0 out of 5 stars cool tool
I like these much better than the spring clamps we all use. It exerts more pressure with an easier release than a spring clamp of similar size. Just squeeze to lock it and it stays put. I used a couple the other day to hold a straight edge for routing dado's. I cut 3/4 x 1/2 deep runs with no slippage from the clamps. When I was done with each one I just squeezed the release and went on to the next . Lickety split. Nice idea !

1-0 out of 5 stars Good concept, poor execution
I have had two of these clamps for a few years now. They are as easy and convienient to use as the positive reviews describe, yet I hardly ever use them. They simply won't retain enough clamping pressure for most uses. As soon as I release the handles, about 80%-90% of the pressure disappears. Since basic spring clamps are just as easy to use, hold better and are much less expensive, I see no reason to buy this clamp. If I lost mine, I don't think I would ever miss them.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent in some applications.
As noted in some of the other reviews, these clamps do not apply that much pressure. As such, they do not work well (or at all)for some applications. When I used them to secure pieces to a workbench for chiseling, they would lose their grip after a limited number of strokes.

That said, these clamps work very well in other situations. I find that these are the best clamps for securing plywood to sawhorses when cutting with a jig or circular saw. They can be applied and removed within seconds, speeding up the work flow immensely. These clamps would be worth purchasing for that application alone. ... Read more


7. Quick-Grip 58200P Spring Clamps
list price: $2.99
our price: $2.99
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Asin: B000022450
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 3193
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Lifetime warranty
  • 2-inch jaw opening (max)
  • Constructed from high-tech resin material
  • Strong, lightweight and rust resistant
  • Soft durable pads to protect fine finishes

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for hobbies!
This spring clamp is the best! I am a avid painter and wood working craft person and use these affordable spring clamps for holding my work steady. They allow me to work cleanly and add an extra hand. I would recommend them to any light woodworker or hobbyist. ... Read more


8. Quick-Grip 58300 Spring Clamps
list price: $4.99
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Asin: B000022451
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 2256
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 3" max. jaw opening
  • Constructed from high-tech resin material
  • Strong, lightweight, and rust resistant
  • Soft durable pads to protect fine finishes

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great as long as you don't open the jaws up too much
The clamping action gets weaker after about 1.5" of opening.
Otherwise, it's inexpensive and works great.

5-0 out of 5 stars 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th...... Hands
I've had a box of these for quite a while and I'm always finding new uses for them. They are real handy to hold stop blocks on your radial arm saw fence, drill press fence and table saw miter gauge fence. I hold projects together during "dry assembly" and while tracing parts for reproduction. You can clip a note or plan on anything the jaw will stradle. Did I mention gluing? They're just a little too tight to use for a nose clamp when you're working around Ralph after he had those beans for lunch, but you should use a respirator, anyway.

5-0 out of 5 stars Extra hand for a little price!
Great Product for little cost! A must in any workshop! Very stong clamp power. If you need extra hands for any project, here is your solution! Get at least 2.... ... Read more


9. IRWIN 226340 4" Drill Press Vise
list price: $22.70
our price: $16.99
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Asin: B0001LQY4O
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 37225
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Features

  • 4" Jaw Width
  • 4-1/2" Clamping Capacity
  • 1/2" Throat Depth

10. IRWIN 226200 3" Corner Clamp
list price: $9.18
our price: $5.99
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Asin: B0001LQY62
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 1956
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Features

  • Perfect for picture frames and small projects
  • Nylon rounds protect your work piece
  • Made of composite metal body and steel screws
  • Can hold up to 200 pounds of pressure

11. IRWIN 226100 1" x 15' Band Clamp
list price: $15.32
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B0001LQY5S
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 34283
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Features

  • 1" x 15'
  • For Large projects
  • Metal squares to protect work

12. IRWIN 226303 3" Clamp-on Vise
list price: $19.16
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B0001LQY44
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
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Features

  • 3" Jaw Width
  • 2" Clamping Capacity
  • 3" Throat Depth

13. Quick-Grip 59400CD 4" Handi-Clamp
list price: $10.00
our price: $7.99
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Asin: B00005RHP0
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 3939
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Quick-release trigger
  • Durable resin construction
  • Non-marring swivel pads
  • Non-slip handles
  • One handed operation

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice light duty clamp
Good for holding a part to a table when not much torque is required. Faster to install and release than a C clamp.

1-0 out of 5 stars Too weak, flexible, and fussy!
I picked up a couple of these on a whim while running errands at the Borg. Seemed like a handy and simple idea. I have tried to use them quite a few times but have yet to find anything at which they excel. They actually clamp with less pressure than your hand can exert. The ratchet slips often, especially when you happen to pick up the clamp with it on the top handle. The rotating pads are more of a hassle than an advantage. They often rotate out of position, making it more of a 3 hand clamp than a 1 hand clamp, and also make the clamps essentially unusable on round objects.

Buy large spring clamps instead. They cost less, clamp harder, and work more reliably.

I am a real fan of Quik Grip clamps, so this worthless product really took me by surprise. They need to pull it off the market.

4-0 out of 5 stars a great clamp
My husband loves this. It grips very well and is easy to use. It requires two hands to open it.

1-0 out of 5 stars not good
although I cannot speak to the mechanical disadvantages of these clamps (humor), I can say that I simply don't like them. When I have tried to use them they just slip right off. They are not tight, no matter how much pressure I put on them. There are springs used to help hold the jaws closed, and those have fallen out of both clamps. Don't bother with these.

1-0 out of 5 stars sorry I bought these
I'm not strong enought to get these to grip anything.. ... Read more


14. Quick-Grip 53006 Micro Clamp
list price: $6.99
our price: $6.99
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Asin: B00002244V
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 4361
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Easily converts to a spreader
  • 4-1/4" max. jaw opening, 1-3/16" throat depth
  • Soft, durable pads protect delicate work, great for hobby work
  • Lightweight, strong, high-tech resin material
  • Handles designed for comfortable hand-span

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Model Builder's Essential
If you build scale models and other miniatures, you will find that two or more of these clamps are part of your essential kit. They are about the closest thing you will find to untiring fingers. They can hold softly or as firmly as any screw clamp. The parts and pads seem impervious to model making solvents and chemicals.

I also use them as a simple hand vice. Fixtures and jigs that utilize clamping can be taped to the jaws. The main bar can be replaced with a brass strip if you need a greater reach, but also need the smallness of these jaws. Household repairs? No. The slightly stouter Quick-Grips are much more rigid. These are for very light work and are the right tool for the delicate work of model building

I'd give a sixth star if I could!

5-0 out of 5 stars Quick clamps
These quick clamps work great. They are very easy to quickly bring to the right size and then squeeze with one hand to tighten the clamp. As someone who works alone most of the time, being able to clamp one handed is a big help. ... Read more


15. Quick-Grip 58100 Spring Clamps
list price: $1.99
our price: $1.99
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Asin: B00002244Z
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 2572
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1" max. jaw opening
  • Constructed from high-tech resin material
  • Strong, lightweight and rust resistant
  • Soft durable pads to protect fine finishes

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST ONE YET
this is the best spring clamp money can buy.It's nice to see the vise grip folks doing so well. Just like they're timeless locking pliers these babies are headed for greatness.The entire product line from quick grip is awesome.The bar clamps and spreader clamps are a work of art.If you are considering purchasing any of the quick grip line clamps.Do it. It's money well spent. Now get out there and clamp away.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great LITTLE Spring Clamp
These have quite a bit of clamping pressure, considering their small size. These are handy for holding plans or templates on a piece of plywood and other small, non-structural clamping jobs. They are just about the right size to hold a month's worth of materials invoices together:-) I have several of these clamps in different sizes that always give you that extra hand when you need it. They also double as grip exercisers while you're watching HGTV. ... Read more


16. IRWIN 226800 Wooden Handscrew Clamp
list price: $18.22
our price: $12.99
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Asin: B0001LQY6W
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 26343
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Features

  • 4-1/2" Handscrew clamp
  • Adjust to any angle
  • For odd shapes

17. IRWIN 222803 3" Metal Spring Clamp
list price: $4.30
our price: $3.99
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Asin: B0001LQY5I
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 7639
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Features

  • 3" Spring Clamp
  • Soft Grip Pads

18. Quick-Grip RQVNAB2 Xtra Base for Use with WorkMate
list price: $8.00
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Asin: B00007989A
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 13730
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Adaptor plate
  • For use with Irwin Quick-Vise
  • Made of tough fiber-reinforced plastic
  • Mounts with screws or portable attachment (sold separately)

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Product... Here's More Description
...This is a special adapter that allows someone to mount their existing Quick-Grip vise mounting plate to a Workmate. So, you need to use the mount that comes with the vise and attach it to your workmate with this adapter. It screws through one of the dog holes in the Workmate. On my Workmate, I needed to drill a new hole for this purpose as the existing holes were a *little* too far from the edge to mount the vise without forcing it.

It is well made of black, fiber reinforced plastic. It is an adapter plate with a threaded plastic bolt that goes through a hole in the Workmate and is held on with a textured nut made of the same material. ... Read more


19. IRWIN 222702 2" Metal Spring Clamp
list price: $2.99
our price: $2.99
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Asin: B0001LQY58
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 29918
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Features

  • 2" Spring Clamp
  • Soft Grip Pads

20. IRWIN 222601 1" Metal Spring Clamp
list price: $1.99
our price: $1.99
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Asin: B0001LQY4Y
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: IRWIN
Sales Rank: 20679
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Features

  • 1" Spring Clamp
  • Soft Grip Pads

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