|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 2 x 12 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||7924LP|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Size||Pack of 1|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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SE 7924LP Heavy Duty Revolving Leather Punch, Orange, Pack of 1
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5 x 2 x 12 inches|
|Item Weight||1 Pounds|
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Hole sizes: 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 3.5mm, 4mm, 4.5mm
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For workshop or home. Anywhere you need clean holes, quickly.
Now add a whipstitch to seam and finish an edge.
Install eyelets or snaps.
Cut clean holes for gaskets.
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SE is proud to present our Revolving Heavy-Duty Leather Hole Punch Tool—great for any type of leather product, such as belts, clothing, watch bands, etc. The punch heads were hardened to get through even the toughest of leathers and are rotatable for ease of use, as opposed to removable heads that go missing or are difficult to keep organized. The comfortable, rubberized grip handles come in an orange color for high-visibility.
Directions for Use:
(1) Mark the desired location where the hole will be made.
(2) Rotate the punch head until the desired punch is in line with the brass anvil.
(3) Unlock the handle. Then, place and align the leather piece in the punch.
(4) Squeeze the handle firmly until the punch pierces through the leather.
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SE products are quality items for extremely reasonable prices. SE is committed to providing the customer with the best source for value possible on the market. You will enjoy the quality, function and usefulness this SE 7924LP Heavy-Duty Revolving Leather Hole Punch Tool has to offer.
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Okay, here is the continuation of the review, ready? Here we go, PART 2: one of the orange handles came off, the other one is still very solid, no problem the thing still worked. Next, the metal piece on the side that holds the wheel in place and makes that clicking noise when you turn the wheel? Broke! Now, what s left is the rest and im still able to use the tool, however, i dont have the convenience of making holes without making sure the wheel doesnt turn, AAAND i have to set it in place each time i make a hole. Final thoughts- im keeping the tool, ill be able to use it in the future but i just gotta wonder, what do those professional leather people use out there?! Would i recommend this tool? For thinner leathers yes, for thickest leathers i dont know what to tell ya, it did the job but i had to go through some bumps on the road. There MUST be a really tough serious tool out there for this 😕 i can almost picture it 😌 all stainless steel heavy shiny and smooth operating... or is that just how id like it made? 😉 i give up, i really do😂
Note that the photos show two different items.
1) The first is apparently made of thin metal, either unpainted or painted a light color. It does NOT have plastic insert which identifies the size of each punch NOR a lock lever.
2) The second is made of heavier metal, painted dark brown. It features a plastic insert which identifies the size of each punch and a lock lever.
I received #2
Works great, will even cut perfect holes in thin paper.
> The die wheel is very stiff, but that can be fixed with a little grease.
>> Note that the wheel only turns in one direction.
> The locking lever on mine was extraordinary flimsy.
> There was a ding on one of the dies, which prevented it from punching a perfectly round hole, but I was able to easily straight it out with the round shank of a slightly smaller screw-driver.
> The dies are essentially "round" knife edges, but of less-than knife-grade metal. It is very easy to damage the cutting surfaces. Keep the punch in its original packaging to protect the dies. If you discard the packaging, then find some other way to protect the dies.
> A very thin layer of silicon grease applied (perhaps with a Q-tip)to the dies will probably help punch through leather, but will not stain the leather.
> You can also use silicon grease to lubricate the die wheel.
> Click on “Stoney” just below the product title to see my other reviews, or leave a comment to ask a question.
I bought this because of the "heavy duty" label. It's not heavy duty at all, in my experience.
The retaining strip of metal that halts the punch wheel from rolling backward is not adjustable, and flexes, allowing the punch wheel to roll just enough to slip off of the edge of the brass plate on the bottom. I'm able to punch thin leather no problem. Any modest leather - specifically belt leather or bracelet leather strips - require that I start the punch, then back out, manually spin the wheel, reinsert, and hold the wheel while applying force sufficient to complete the hole.
It works, if you are slow and patient, but that's not what I was hoping for when I bought it.
Saving up for an "actual" heavy duty punch.....
By Dan Mitchell on March 24, 2016
By Mic on May 30, 2015
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Reviewed in Canada on March 7, 2019
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I bought it because my MasterCraft punch went missing. Price was about the same so I wasn't too worried as I'd no problems with one off here instead.
By the time I first went to use it, I was a few months after purchase so I was too late to claim issue. But, the punch and "block" never lined up properly. The horizontal was off by a little bit, as was the vertical. But it worked..... for a while.
Over time, the "mostly locked" vertical position wore it all out and now I can't get the punch and block lined up at all.
Do yourselves a favour, pay the extra 10$ for a better one.