Here we have clamps. Some of these models have been replaced
by newer ones with plastic handles. I’m not sure that’s an
(2) 17” clamp – capacty 12” – last sold for $69/pr.new
(2) 31” clamp – capacty 26” – last sold for $73/pr.new
(2) 39” – $41 cap – 34” – last sold for $82/pr.new
(4)Uniklamp 18” – $25 ea. – still on market. Very versatile and
lightweight clamps with parallel jaws.
(2)Bessey TG-30 clamps (comparable to the newer Bessey TG5.512+2K) – last sold for $50/pr.new
Quality clamps are a lifetime investment. They make your work
go faster, smoother and assemblies proceed with greater
predictability. If you’ve been “getting by” with pipe
clamps or cheap bar clamps these high-quality clamps will
open your eyes to a new world of woodworking speed and
When I did a lot of pro work I thanked myself for investing
in these clamps every time I used them. Now I’ve left the
trade and the clamps are going unused.
80% of the retail price may seem insulting to you for me to
ask it. The question really is—- how serious are you about
getting the results professional clamps deliver?
You’ll be investing sooner or later… and when you do
you’ll never want to go back to using cheap clamps.
That’s why I’m selling the whole lot for $300 today.
Some guy is going to bite the bullet and invest in these most
pedestrian of tools – no whirring motors, gizmos, and spinning
blades – but few tools pay for themselves in saved time and
aggravation like good clamps.
Of course the price may come down, but with every moment
this listing runs there is another chance for another guy to
acknowledge his need for the best clamps and snap
Here’s my number
P.S. excuse me for selling “hard” – I write websites that make my
clients money so it’s a habit.