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HANDI CLAMP TP640HC 1"

$1.95/Each
Part# 12-02305
MFR Model# 04-W-1
DescriptionPart No.
HANDI CLAMP TP640HC - 1" JAW DEPTH12-02305

Overview

Handi-Clamps are a specially designed tool for clamping various types of surfaces, shapes and thicknesses. Ideal for holding light plastics, wood, sheet metal and other materials temporarily. The clamping cap is 0-5/16"
   
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Reviews

1/5 price of every one else

Fletcher W Verified Purchase

HANDI CLAMP TP640HC 1"

April 14, 2022

California S Verified Purchase

HANDI CLAMP TP640HC 1"

August 3, 2021

I use these for spot welding sheet metal and for holding anything thin, keeping them tight and exactly where I want them. Once, clamped, their grasp is firm and almost no slip (but only if they are holding something vertically, and even then they work very well). I bought two sizes just in case but the small works for me as I am usually working on pieces less than a foot or so in size.

Johnny K
March 2, 2017

Purchased 40 of these for me and my suspended ceiling fitting work mates. Use them for clamping the grid in place while fitting. These cost a fortune in the UK. Absolute bargain at $1.95. Good product

Peter Y Verified Purchase

HANDI CLAMP TP640HC 1"

April 28, 2022

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