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8" DAMO Vacuum Suction Cup / Lifter for Granite & Glass Lifting

4.5 out of 5 stars 126 customer reviews
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  • Load capacity: 125 lbs. per cup;Comes with a carrying case for free;
  • Fast attachment on smooth, nonporous flat surfaces;
  • Red-line indicator warns user of any vacuum loss;
  • Release valve lever permits quick and complete release;
  • Check valve allows repumping without loss of remaining vacuum.
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  • 8" DAMO Vacuum Suction Cup / Lifter for Granite & Glass Lifting
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Product Description

Product Description

Use the cup on clean, relatively smooth, nonporous surfaces, at temperatures from 10 to 120 Fahrenheit . Moisture or contaminants can reduce the slip resistance of the cup. The red-line indicator may not perform reliably at elevations above 5000 feet.

To Attach
1) Position the hand cup on the contact surface so the red line will be visible if it should appear while lifting the load. CAUTION: Test the cup for staining or deformation of load surfaces with light colors or soft coatings.
2) Pump the plunger until the cup attaches completely. When the red line is hidden, vacuum is sufficient for lifting.
3) Check the plunger frequently to make sure the cup remains securely attached. If the red line appears while lifting, set down the load immediately and pump the plunger until the red line is hidden again.

To Release
1) Set the load on a secure support.
2) Press the valve release lever until the cup disengages completely.

Maintenance
Since aging and wear reduce the capacity of the rubber pad, it should be replaced at least once every 2 years or whenever cuts, slits or other surface damage is discovered. Always inspect vacuum pads before use. Clean vacuum pads and the load surface between each lift. Make sure both surfaces are dry and free of any dirt or obstruction. Make sure plunger has enough lubrication for pump.

Damo Diamond Tools, LLC is not responsible for any personal injuries and property damages due to incorrect usage of our products according to our Instructions.

We DAMO Diamond Tools, LLC holds exclusive distribution to DAMO Trademark products as you can see clearly marked from the picture on the product listing.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005EE2GCM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,639 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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I have been a glazier for over 30 years. Since my first job at a glass shop in 1978 I have used "Woods Powergrip" cups. Every few years they need to be replaced. These Damo cups look very similar and the price was irresistible. I bought two and was impressed with them right away. They are very light and would achieve full suction with about two or three pumps. Seal was good with no leaks. I used them to set literally thousands of pounds of glass on a new school building I put windows in. Then one day it happened. The cup was only a couple months old and I noticed a small "click" in the handle as I lifted some large glass. I checked the screws that attach the handle to the cup and it was finger loose. When I tried to tighten them four out of six of them had stripped out their threads. This is a very dangerous situation. Cup failure can cause injury or even death. I threw it in the trash and ordered two new woods cups. I should've not been so cheap and bought Woods to begin with. I am giving them two stars because they would probably be fine for lighter material, under the right circumstances if inspected frequently.
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I bought a pair of these suction grabber's for moving large sheets of etched glass. These panels were $25,000. each, and I was understandably nervous about my reputation, as well as possible reparation, had anything gone wrong. The tool was easy to use, didn't slip, and provided visual affirmation of suction via the colored thumb-pump button. Lightweight and easy to use, had no problem with them.
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As a remodeling contractor I need to remove large pieces of Glass and Mirror in the scope of our work. In the past I use to borrow a set of cups from a glass shop to do this. I decided to get my own set and found they were super expensive. I found these Damo cups online and the reviews said they were as good as any out there...well I have found that to be true, these are great cups at a great price.
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I bought these for moving a heavy aquarium. I had to move the aquarium twice, with two separate friends. Both times, each friend exclaimed how happy they were that I had these. They make gripping large unwieldy items MUCH easier.
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needed to remove some huge wall mirrors and this saved alot of broken glass cleanup and probably prevented a serious injury. worked great and never lost suction. Bought only one but it had the strength to hold a 4ft by 6ft mirror. Worth every penny.
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This great tool was the difference between hiring a glass company to swap out a round window at ladder height for big bucks, or doing it myself and saving the money for other projects. Worked very well.
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I searched locally and online for this type of suction cup and these were the best prices units I could find.
I already owned a "woods" brand cup and it is identical in quality to this unit but cost more than twice as much !
These are top quality suction cups, and I am already ordering another.
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This is a good product, but did not work so well for our application. We lift acrylic panels that flex when lifted. This breaks the seal. I'm sure that these suction cups would work well on more rigid materials like glass panels.
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