|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 7 x 4.7 inches|
|Item model number||DUO65-8|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Life|
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Bessey DUO65-8 24-Inch DuoKlamp One Hand Clamp/Spreader
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- Just turn the knob to change from clamping to spreading while using only one hand
- Large flat clamping jaws with soft pads allows clamping sensitive surfaces, right angles and both rounded and pointed work pieces
- 24" capacity with 800 lbs of clamping and spreading force
- Innovative pump lever allows effort free clamping or spreading
- Quick release of jaws with the push of a button
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I own 22 of these DuoKlamp clamps in various sizes plus about 50 Bessey parallel clamps and have been using them since 2007. I also own at least 100 clamps of approximately 20 other types.
These DuoKlamps clamps are my "go to" clamps for general clamping use. With one hand you can hold your parts together and clamp with the other. I like these clamps because they hold securely, have moveable pads, and are durable. Since 2007 I have only broken one which is pretty admirable service. Something went out in the ratcheting linkage. I did not bother taking it apart to do failure analysis because I am busy and it was the only one that failed, I really abuse these clamps; the worst treatment I give them is when I clamp them as hard as possible and then grab the handle and twist the joint with the clamp. In spite of my abusive use, these clamps have held up well. I have dropped them numerous times and I really whale on them when tightening them. I use both the short reach and long reach sides and I use them for spreading as well as clamping. These clamps have plenty of holding power. If I do not care about marring the service of my material, I can use a screw-type clamp to apply more force.
If you do welding then I would recommend an all steel clamp to hold up to the heat and the spatter of welding. (you should not be using clamps with plastic pads for welding).
I find these clamps much easier to use than my Irwin clamps.
Without any reservation, I can recommend these clamps.
I have a number of clamps, ranging from Bessey to Jorgies and all types, including parallel, F-style, handscrew, etc. The DuoKlamp is one of my favorites (I have 5 of them). They're light enough to be put in place with one hand and stout enough to do the do (I've used them for about 4 years). One comment I would like to make about clamps and clamp pressure-clamps are to hold your work piece in place while the pieces are fastened or while the glue dries. If gluing a flat panel, using a sprung joint, the gap may be about 1/32" and virtually any clamp will close that gap. Clamps are not made as a solution for poor joinery! Yes, you may pull the joint together, but it will be under stress, that within a year or two of seasonal temperature/humidity changes, either the joint will fail, or splits will occur somewhere on the wood.
The only quibble I have about these clamps is that they are pricey in today's market.
Great value, IMHO.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great product!!!! really holds down and clamps all with good strengthPublished 5 days ago by Andre rocha
The real deal to get the job done and easy too.l would buy it again.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this to spread the rails of outdoor sling chairs. Replacing the nylon cloth on my chairs requires stretching the new cloth enough to insert tension bars. Read morePublished 8 months ago by John Mirowsky
We ordered this because the reviews said how it was so strong, but it was not strong enough to help us in replacing slings in our patio furniture, instead it bowed and the clicking... Read morePublished 8 months ago by DSchier
Really bad. It doesn't have the strength listed. I tried testing it on stuff for it's maximum separating power. It failed because the inside is made of poor plastic parts. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Joe