- Add holes to straps
- Add holes to dog collars
- Fix snaps on clothing
- Works on leather, vinyl, plastic, fabrics
- 5 Different hole sizes
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Roto Punch Complete Home Mending Solution Now you can punch extra holes, fix worn out snaps and eyelets in seconds. Roto Punch tool is the complete home mending solution that lets you quickly punch a hole in a belt, purse strap or watch band, add eyelets to sneakers or outdoor gear, and even replace worn out snaps on pants and blouses. It punches through the thickest leather and all types of fabrics. The adjustable wheel allows you to switch between 5 different hole sizes with just a twist. It also includes 75 assorted eyelets and snap fasteners for joining together two sections of leather or fabric. Perfect for repairing clothing, accessories and more. Features: Add holes to straps Add holes to dog collars Fix snaps on clothing Works on leather, vinyl, plastic, fabrics 5 Different hole sizes Includes: 1 x Roto Punch tool 75 x Eyelets and snap fasteners
Top customer reviews
The only thing that I've found the Roto Punch does well is make eyelets, but there are specific eyelet crimping tools that probably do just as good of a job.
The anvil and the hole punches are not perfectly aligned leaving a little bit of space. This is not such an issue in leather, but for fabric it's impossible to get a clean punch through. There's usually a little crescent from the start of a hole. And for the life of me I cannot get it to go through more than one piece of fabric at a time. I tried it on leather, just so I could give a well rounded review, and while I could get it to punch through a thin leather belt, I did not have the strength to get it through a thicker one.
Finally, the snaps, something I was looking forward to trying. Because of the the not quite flush line up of the two pieces of the snap press, the snaps just don't work. One side gets more squished than another which deforms the receiver hole making it impossible to snap it closed. If I press less hard, so that the snaps actually function, the backing is not completely pressed through and will fly off when you try to unsnap.
Maybe that's why they send you two on tv, because they know half of them suck. But I bought a single one here, and mine is a pretty big flop.
The size of the hole you can make is kind a small... even with the largest bit.
If you only use it for leather belt that doesn't require a large hole, then this is the tool for you. Other than that, I don't recommend it.
it makes a nice hole. I think I will use the kind of hole punch that you hit with a hammer and has replaceable bits for most things, this one only for very light duty items.
Most recent customer reviews
proper install in fabric.