|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.9 x 3 x 4.8 inches|
|Item model number||226410|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Satisfaction Guaranteed|
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I purchased 2 of these about 7 years ago after having 4 of the bessey version for several years and needing more but not wanting to pay the bessey price. I also purchased the stanley one that was out at the time and that thing was truly junk!
Anyway, when compared to bessey, these are quite literally identical with one exception... The ones I received had a very nice rubber handle compared to the wooden one on bessey however It looks like irwin has now switched to the wooden handles too, and I can see why. I was using one of the irwins today when the rubber handle slipped and made the clamp useless. I've never had this happen on a bessey, but like I said, it looks like irwin switched to the bessey style handle now so maybe this won't be an issue any more.
As for keeping things perfectly square, I can understand how people would have a problem if they are using this as a clamp, it would not work at all. If you want something that will hold your boxes or drawers perfectly square until the glue dries, then these are for you.. In order for these to do what they do best, you must assemble your box FIRST, then use this to hold it square until your glue dries. Again, this is not for holding pieces together during assemble, but instead for keeping things square after assembly while the glue dries.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Unfortunately I picked this up at my local big-box store without reading the reviews here. I too was fooled by the Irwin name on this device and my good results with many Irwin... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jared J. Johansen
I wanted to love this but it seems that it is not perfect enough for me...
I am very critical about my mitered corners fitting properly... Oh well...
I foolishly bought one of these, expecting that it would aid me in a project involving pocket joints. I quickly concluded that it's unlikely to aid anyone in a project of any kind. Read morePublished 14 months ago by rmu
This clamp is worthless and is extremely unreliable. I have bought multiple of these clamps and each and every time they broke after light use. Read morePublished 20 months ago by dan
Don't buy. Broke after using it three times. Cost as if it was made in the US. Made in China. Do I have to say more.Published 22 months ago by Cody's Dad
This clamp failed the second time I used it. As has been pointed out elsewhere the moveably portion of the clamp that the lead screw runs through is held together by 4 very small,... Read morePublished on January 19, 2014 by H Lain
I would not purchase the product again. The clamp distorts the angle of the wood. You have to readjust over and over before you are able to line up the material for gluing and... Read morePublished on October 26, 2013 by Charles