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Maestro M1201 Clamp-All Clamp Set

by Maestro

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  • Powerful and precise expander tool and 4 clamps for repairing a myriad of different projects
  • Excellent for repairing finished furniture
  • Holds almost any angle
  • Economical solution for clamping needs
  • Made in the USA
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The Maestro Clamp-All Clamp Set is a handy set for clamping a multitude of different projects. Coming with everything needed to clamp four corners, the clamps are designed to hold almost any angle, are great for repairing finished furniture, and are made in the USA.

What's in the Box
Expander tool, 4 medium clamps, and 4 suction cups.

From the Manufacturer

The Maestro M1201 Clamp-All Clamp Set includes an Expander tool, four medium clamps, and four suction cups.

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions11.3 x 8.4 x 0.5 inches
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Item model numberM1201
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description10 year
  
Additional Information
ASINB000067S1A
Best Sellers Rank #332,772 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableMay 13, 2002
  
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By K. Weslock on April 10, 2004
These little clamps are great on any mitered joint--whether it's base, casing, crown or cabinet doorframes. They will also allow you to clamp up 45-degree joints (like on cabinet face frames or column wraps). Your joints will be tighter than you can ever get trying to hold the pieces and brad them together. Just clip it on and watch the joint push together.
The sharp points will leave a small brad sized hole, easily filled for paint grade. You make up for the small indent on stain grade by using fewer, if any, brads. The points on the clamp can tear soft woods, or even hardwoods if not planted securely before releasing the spreader.
Buy extra clamps--you'll quickly find so many uses that four will not be enough. We usually have 10 clamps between the two trim carpenters, and are looking for more.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By cantexfan on May 18, 2003
As a trim carpenter I've found these clamps to be just the thing for tightening up outside miters in crown molding, baseboard, casings, mitered risers, etc. An ingenious, lightweight and inexpensive tool I reach for all the time. The spike tips can leave an unsightly gouge in soft woods, but for paint grade work it doesn't matter, and most of the natural species we use (maple, oak) are hard enough that the clamps only leave a brad-nail-sized hole. Haven't tried the suction cups yet -- maybe that's the ticket. Buy 'em.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By curt on February 26, 2003
i originally bought this set to glue up picture frames. which it does very well. now i am using them to squeeze casing and base trim joints together when i trim a house.. i like the low initial investment with the ability to add to the set later. definately a great buy on a usable tool
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By JT on August 2, 2005
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Well, This clamp set was a big disappointment. First of all, the spring clamp offers 1/4" - 1" opening but I found that this opening is only work for small miter jobs, such as small picture frame and etc. Normally you would want to use at least 2 spring clamps per corner--one front and the other one in the back for even pressure. Unfortunately, the maximum opening will not accomodate user to use clamp on the far side of the miter corner. I also found that the tension of the spring clamp was not strong enough and most likely it will soon degrade with repeating usage. (That's just my personal opinion..)

Lastly, here's my biggest complain. Clamping tool has a set of teeth where spring clamp gets hooked. The way it works is that you tuck its spring clamp onto the tool and open (or spread) the spring clamp by squeeze clamping tool. The problem is that when you try to remove spring clamp off the work piece it's very hard to get a good grip because spring clamp, when opened wider, is either too narrow or too wide for set of teeth to bite on. Beside, the design of the tool was very poor, it is hard to work around work piece and spring clamp. I ended up return it right back.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Army Aviation1 on June 4, 2008
These clamps work very well on all non-square gluing projects. 90 degree joining has many options for clamping but other angles require something a little different. These clamps fit the bill and although they leave small indentations in the wood they allow you to make perfect glue joints in difficult clamping situations. They are rather inexpensive and I would recommend you try them.
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