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Stanley 12-220 Block Plane

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  • Both the 12-247 and 12-220 have machined sides
  • Cutter rests at a 21° angle, ideal for cross-grain planing
  • Cutter is fully adjustable for depth of cut and alignment
  • Gray, cast-iron base with precision-ground sides and bottom. Durable epoxy coating provides long-lasting protection
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Stanley 12-220 Block Plane + Stanley 16-150 150 Series Short Blade 3-Piece Wood Chisel Set + Stanley 12-404 No. 4 Adjustable Bench Plane with 2-Inch Cutter
Price for all three: $48.57

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Technical Details
Part Number STA112220
Item Weight1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions7 x 4 x 2 inches
OriginMexico
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Item model number1-12-220
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Warranty DescriptionStanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life against deficiencies in material and workmanship. This LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY does not cover products that are improperly used, abused, altered or repaired. Deficient products will be replaced or repaired.
  
Additional Information
ASINB00002X1Z8
Best Sellers Rank #10,920 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 1, 2004
  
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Product Description

680-12-220 Features: -Quick-release lever cap makes cutter removal easy. -Quick release cam-lock for easy iron removal. -Price is for 1 Each. Product Type: -Cutter. Generic Dimensions: -Length: 7 in. -Cutting Width: 2 in. Dimensions: Overall Depth - Front to Back: -7 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -1.93 Pounds.

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Both the 12-247 and 12-220 have machined sides. Cutter rests at a 21° angle, ideal for cross-grain planing. Cutter is fully adjustable for depth of cut and alignment. Gray, cast-iron base with precision-ground sides and bottom. Durable epoxy coating provides long-lasting protection. Finger-rest at front of plane adds comfort and control.

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Customer Reviews

Thank you for a gtreat product.
Betty Lietz
The blade i received with it was in great shape and ready to use, sharp out of the box...but it's a blade, and will require sharpening as all wood working tools do.
Maximus
Great tool for people that know planes.
HMidwout

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46 of 46 people found the following review helpful By N. Miller on February 19, 2013
The internet has somewhat scared me off of handplanes. Woodworking sites all say how "hard they are to use" and that "they are best left to professionals," but I thought... for $25 it's worth trying out. To be clear I am a pretty big novice. I was very skeptical that this would work on the project I was doing. Before I got this I did some research and it's true what other reviewers have said. It does take some prep work to get it working optimally. But once tuned it's pretty amazing. I have used a palm sander, belt sander and a planing attachment for my Radial Arm Saw and none of those gets a quick and sexy flat plane like this. I had three 1"x6" oak boards glued together to make a solid wood panel 18" wide. Of course there was some slight variances in the boards and the seams were very noticeable. After running this thing across the seams a few times I couldn't tell ya where the boards joined together.

:::::::Recommendations Before Use:::::::

- When you first get it open take the blade off. You'll have to sharpen it. I used the "Scary Sharp" method similar to another reviewer. There are lots of guides online on how to do this. Just requires some sandpaper and a hard surface. Takes about 5 mins.
- When you first get it open take a straight edge and lay it across the bottom to check for flatness. Mine wasn't too bad but judging by some of the reviews some can be pretty bowed.
- Get a big piece of ~60 grit sandpaper and lay it on something hard and flat. Then run the plane back and forth for a while. Check the flatness every couple of minutes. When it's completely flush with the straight edge, go up in grit with the sandpaper. Go back and forth on 100-150 grit for a while to smooth out the surface.
- Then take some Parafan Wax and lightly buff the bottom.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By SF IoT Geek on February 27, 2007
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I worked it so that I can see my reflection in the bottom and it does a remarkably good job for such an inexpensive plane. I was able to plane both across and even with the grain of some Cherry to the point that it didn't even need to be sanded. Good weight on it too for such a little thing. I liked that.
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55 of 62 people found the following review helpful By JGGarr on February 16, 2004
I bought this plane simply for trimming edges to fit when I screwed up a cut. It does this fantastically...And much more than it was ever made to do.
I recently found a sawmill that sells rough white oak for $2 a boardfoot. Nifty price, big pain, as I have no large hand plane or electric planer. I picked up 50 bdft in widths of around 24".
I planed all 50 feet using this little plane. Took some time (about 30 hours with tons of sweat and some very sore hands), but with the proper edge on the blade, I didn't even need to sand the wood after building. It was all done. ;)
To get the perfect edge to make this tiny plane a perfect finishing machine (throw away your power sanders!), visit [...]
As for construction of this plane...It's solid. I've dropped it many times onto a concrete floor with no damage at all. It's a trooper of a plane.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By wingman50 on April 1, 2010
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A really nice moderately priced block plane. Once set up the fine edge preforms in a really excellent manner and is a good value. Had to true the sole, file the mouth adjustment to allow closer tolerance, and of course, sharpen the iron. When complete, this plane works quite well. The 1/8" iron and approximately 2lb overall weight makes this plane a rock-solid performer.
Don't let the pre-use adjustments discourage you. It is a necessity for all but the most expensive of planes.
Great job, Stanley. Keep 'em coming!
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By humbucker on April 24, 2012
I know this plane was inexpensive, but I was hoping for a little better. I ordered this Stanley Block Plane as well as the Stanley Sweetheart Low Profile Block Plane. The Sweetheart lived up to its name - it is well built, nicely machined, sharp and flat. This plane is roughly machined, not even close to flat, the blade is heavily burred, and there is slight rust on the sole plate. I know, you get what you pay for. I started trying to flatten the sole plate last night; I spent over an hour sanding it with 100 grit on top of my cast iron table saw table. After an hour, I have it nearly flat, but decided to quit for the night. I will continue working on this, sanding the base and filing the throat as needed. Sharpening the blade shouldn't be too big of a deal (I generally expect to do that on a new tool) though it was quite jagged. My guess is that I will probably end up investing at least 3 to 4 hours "tuning" this tool before it is ready to use. Don't expect to pull this plane out of the box and put it to use.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By L. Ballard on November 17, 2009
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I've trued a few doors and done some small projects with it and it works fine. I thought it was a little difficult to set up. Once you have it where you want it, don't mess with it. Not for large or serious projects.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Danny H. on December 18, 2010
I've been a serious hobbyist woodworker for many years , but really haven't used hand planes very much, since I've been more of a power tool guy. I found this plane one day this week when going through some storage bins I hadn't checked in a while, so I thought I would give it a go. I'm not sure if I inherited this plane or purchased it many years back and just set it aside. Either way I adjusted it and found that it works very very well for edge trimming. Really well made, solid little plane and easy to take to the job site.
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