|Item Weight||5.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||24.2 x 8.5 x 2.7 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||JACK|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||defective items will be replaced by manufacturer, this excludes damage caused by misuse|
FastCap JACK The Jack of All Trades (2 Pack)
|Price:||$68.86 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Multi-purpose jack that does double-duty as a clamp, spreader, and lift
- Easily lift base cabinets, install shims or adjust leg levelers
- Use it to install heavy doors and flooring
- Pack of 2 for maximum versatility
- Rated to lift 70 lbs; up to 23-inch spread; Up to 15.25-inch lift; up to 13.3-inch clamp
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For the record, I am over 50.
The quick clamp feature was good when I had to do a 180 degree turn to square up and install custom tongues, and the jack feature is invaluable for racking the planks when I'm so close to the wall that I can't even use my T&G pneumatic nailer. They paid for themselves on the first use. A definite must have if you plan to do any serious wood floor installs.
Bottom line, I think the materials used should be more durable and resilient. I have not yet contacted the seller to see if they will warrany this or not.
NEW: I contacted FastCap and told them what happened. They apologized and sent me a new jack within a few days - no questions asked, no return of old jack required. Excellent customer service the way it should be! 5 Stars for service!
As for the overall quality: The plastic is the cheap junk that will break when any pressure is applied. I was stupid enough to buy some clamps through ebay only to have the handles break after a couple of squeezes( and I'm no Arnold Swartzeneger). Looking at the style & quality these must be made by the same people.
The great thing about Amazon is you can send stuff back, which I promptly did.
My advice is wait until one of the major manufacturers comes out with a similar item. You will pay more for it but nothing is more frustrating than tools that break on the job.
After emailing the manufacturer, they sent out a replacement which I received in about a week.
5 stars for customer service, but a product shouldn't break when you're using for something it's designed to do.
Caveat - Be careful not to place your limbs (hands, fingers, feet, etc.) under the elevated load unless absolutely necessary. Every time that I used the jacks to lift, I placed a wood block under the load. That way if the load slipped off the jack, my fingers wouldn't get crushed as I was placing the furniture roller under the load.
The "L" shaped lift bracket could stand to be 2" longer and the footing base a little larger, but they got the job done.
Well worth the money!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great versatility and return for those who know how to use them! I'm not sure if others are using these correctly. Read morePublished 10 months ago by The Law
What a great product! This cuts your installation time in half for hanging wainscot!Published 16 months ago by scubagirl
I haven't used this tool to jack up cabinets yet, but I have used them to tighten the last few rows of flooring, and they work great! Very sturdy! Worth the money!Published on April 8, 2013 by Vasco007
Bought a set of these and under a load much less than the max recommended the handle broke and the company and Amazon did nothing for me. Read morePublished on March 2, 2011 by J. aserlind
I really like this system, especially for blocking off areas of a finished room to work in and prevent dust from getting everywhere. Read morePublished on February 4, 2011 by tmtuohy
product broke the first time i used it with just hand presure the handles broke on both of them rendering them usless great cocept but not very good qualityPublished on June 26, 2010 by jeff