|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.1 x 0.8 x 0.7 inches|
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|Item model number||59200CD|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
IRWIN Tools QUICK-GRIP Handi-Clamp, 2-Inch (59200CD)
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- Quick-release trigger allows for fast, easy, one-handed positioning and release.
- Patented ratcheting mechanism provides adjustable clamping pressure and significantly reduces hand force required to generate clamping pressure.
- Specially designed jaws hold odd-shaped work pieces.
- High-tech resin construction provides strength and durability. Non-marring swivel pads protect work pieces.
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I recently purchased some of the newer Irwin Mini Quick-Grip clamps, which seemed identical to the old ones except for the blue color. Unfortunately, the pistol grip trigger on the newer Irwin clamps does not engage the bar until it has been depressed about half way. The trigger on my older clamps engages immediately and advances the bar much further for each squeeze. In searching through the clamps on display at a local store, I found that the trigger action varied considerably. I was able to find a pair that worked reasonably well, but not nearly as well as my older American Tool Mini Quick-Grips.
The bar on the newer Irwin clamps also seems to be made of a softer steel. The locking mechanism leaves a groove in the bar each time the clamp is locked securely. The bars on my old clamps are still perfectly smooth after years of use.
I have modified a few of my jigs by gluing 400 grit sandpaper to the bottom of the jig with spray-on contact cement so they grip the workpiece better. One finger will release even the tightest grip by pulling up in the black release lever. They are so much easier to use than "C" clamps or even larger Vise Grip bar clamps, which both have to be operated from below the table to assure a lower profile in your work area.
These are tough little clamps that you will find new uses for whenever you're in the shop. Get several - you don't want to end up "one clamp short of a set-up."
On the original Quick-Grip Mini bar clamps, the two pads are very close to be parallel - the clamping force is therefore uniform; as it should be.
Now, today's Quick-Grip bar clamp are made by Irwin and the quality is not the same. The two pads are not parallel anymore. The tips of the pads contact each other first - the clamping force is not uniform. I cannot use them on my woodworking projects.
The original Quick-Grip Mini bar clamps made by American Tool Companies in the USA were of high quality.
Today's Quick-Grip bar clamps are made by Irwin in China, they look similar to the original Quick-Grip, but the quality is just not there.
Buy large spring clamps instead. They cost less, clamp harder, and work more reliably.
I am a real fan of Quik Grip clamps, so this worthless product really took me by surprise. They need to pull it off the market.
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