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Fiskars 1/8 Inch Circle Hand Punch (23517097J)
- Traditional design is ideal for punching simple shapes in craft projects for both functional and decorative purposes
- Cushioned grip provides comfortable use
- Confetti catcher holds all clippings
- For best results, use on 65-lb. cardstock and lower
- Lifetime warranty
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Great for people who prefer more traditional crafting tools, Fiskars Hand Punch offers versatile, comfortable use. It’s great for creating confetti, hang holes for gift tags and more. It includes a cushioned grip for comfortable long-term use and a confetti catcher to keep the clippings off your work surface. Additionally, all of Fiskars Hand Punches include a color-coded handle for easy identification.
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I design and build alcohol burning cook stoves for hikers and Preppers out of soda and 8.4 OZ Red Bull sized cans.
I have built clones of the Perfect stove, clones of Smokeeater908's Rollover stove, clones of Tinny's Elite,
Now for my designs the Perfected Super Cat, side burning penny stove, MAHALO, Topsy Turvy, Ultimate stove, Turbo stove, miser, and others.
I use the 1/16th inch and 1/8th inch fiskar's punches to make the jets in the aluminum cans.
Over the years I have made more than 4,000 alcohol stoves, and that is a lot of punches.
Before I found these punches by Fiskar's I bought punched at a hobby store. The no name punches I used left the aluminum around the jets and seep holes pretty ragged.
I searched Amazon and found these. I am on my third 1/16 punch and still on the first 1/8 punch.
I HIGHLY recommend these punches.
The person who said they broke after two days was pushing the punch beyond it's capabilities or has a grudge against Fiskar's. When I make a stove there are 11-23 punches in Just one stove depending on the design.
If these punches can make 500-700 stoves with each punch it will punch paper and card stock.
If someone tries to punch 10-15 sheets of paper at the same time; you can expect the punch to have a short life.
I am punching Coke cans, Red Bull cans.
I put these punchers through the wringer.
A week or so ago I saw a much better-looking 1/8-inch punch that gets even better (although lots fewer) reviews than this one does, at around twice the price (but still under $10), so I ordered one. It's the EK Tools Heavy Duty Punch, 1/8-Inch Circle. It has hefty, beautifully designed and manufactured painted cast-aluminum handles. It looks and feels like a much better tool than this one, but it cannot punch a clean hole in anything.
The handles are great but the punch is sloppy, with far too much clearance between the punch and its mating hole, so some of the material you're trying to punch (even thin paper) gets pinched between them rather than cut. I returned the first pair, but the replacement was just as bad, so I gave up on it and came back to this one, which looks and feels cheap but does its job perfectly.
(I noticed that Martha Stewart is selling that EK Tools punch under her own brand name at a 50% higher price, which proves again that she's into looks more than performance--but into making a buck more than anything.)