8pc Spring, Ratcheting & Bar Spreader Clamps. for Woodworking, Photography & DIY
Secure, repair or position with ease using this versatile clamp set. Lightweight and designed for one-handed operation, these clamps are perfect for DIY enthusiasts, crafters, photographers and artists alike. With their quick action and secure holding capabilities, your workpieces, props, and materials will stay firmly in place.
Whether you're dealing with odd-angled joints, delicate materials, or wide surfaces, these clamps adapt to the task at hand. From high-tensile spring clamps to ratcheting and bar spreader clamps, this set covers a wide range of holding needs.
EASE OF USE - Harness the power of high-tensile coiled springs with our spring clamps. The stubby handles open jaws up to 2in/50mm wide, and on release, they close to a tight grip. Swivelling heads adapt to odd-angled joints, and throat serrations hold cables, bundles, and tubes securely.
PRECISION AND CONTROL - Our ratcheting clamps offer precise control for delicate materials. Starting at 1.6in/40mm, each squeeze locks the jaws tighter. The release trigger makes disengagement easy, ensuring your workpiece stays intact.
VERSATILITY IN YOUR HANDS - The bar spreader clamps handle wider surfaces with ease. Each trigger pull locks the sliding jaw into place, while reversing the jaw heads turns the clamp into a spreader. Pull inwards from 4in/100mm or push outwards to 7.25in/185mm for maximum versatility.
4pc Spring Clamps:
• High-tensile coiled springs
• Jaws open up to 2in/50mm wide
2pc Ratcheting Clamps:
• Starting jaw size of 1.6in/40mm
• Locking mechanism ensures a secure hold
2pc Bar Spreader Clamps:
• Pull inwards from 4in/100mm
• Push outwards to 7.25in/185mm
-- Ideal for holding work pieces during woodworking projects, ensuring precision and safety
-- Perfect for photographers needing to secure props at odd angles
-- Essential for DIY enthusiasts for various repair and fixing tasks
-- Useful for artists for holding materials during crafting
-- Handy for gardeners needing to secure plants or structures