Multi-Angle Vice 75mm for £4.99 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)
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Multi-Angle Vice 75mm for £4.99 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)

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Found 9th Jan
Good value

This multi-angle vice clamps to most surfaces.
Head swivels through 360°.
Angles to 45°.
Lightweight Aluminium Alloy Body
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I don't know how much I've spent in Screwfix in last couple of days on random things I don't really need. thanks HUKD
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Perfect. Bought.

Good stuff, thanks OP
Ordered. Will pick it up with the clamps I ordered yesterday...
Cheers OP ordered 🏻
I don't know how much I've spent in Screwfix in last couple of days on random things I don't really need. thanks HUKD
Ordered,thank you
I hadn't realised till just now that I really need one of these, hopefully between now and collection I will have worked out what I need it for, many thanks, hot!
when would you ever need a ball swivel vice? seems like a waste of time that's destined to break after any amount of heavier use.
Keep the Screwfix deals coming... I got money to burn!
Thanks Op
HotUKDealSeeker50 m ago

I don't know how much I've spent in Screwfix in last couple of days on …I don't know how much I've spent in Screwfix in last couple of days on random things I don't really need. thanks HUKD


Same as! & ordering this thanx for making me spend more Op
lastjunkie26 m ago

when would you ever need a ball swivel vice? seems like a waste of time …when would you ever need a ball swivel vice? seems like a waste of time that's destined to break after any amount of heavier use.


They're good for soldering tasks. Don't know of any others - holding glued things together until they set maybe.
lastjunkie32 m ago

when would you ever need a ball swivel vice? seems like a waste of time …when would you ever need a ball swivel vice? seems like a waste of time that's destined to break after any amount of heavier use.


It's true. Agree with badheadday though, will be good for light works
badheadday9 m ago

They're good for soldering tasks. Don't know of any others - holding glued …They're good for soldering tasks. Don't know of any others - holding glued things together until they set maybe.


you're still securing it in one plane; between 2 plates, regardless of the angle.
you moved the tool round the vice, not the vice round the tool.

i suppose detailed model painting may work, but it seems incredibly cumbersome for that sort of task.
read the reviews. it looks good, but bear in mind it's light alloy, hence easy to over-tighten and break the thread etc.
light use only.
regarding holding electrical wires - there is another tool with flexible small clamps and a magnifying glass that does a better job.
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I don't need but i want.. so i bought ... i won't be telling my missus though...

will this hold a mobile phone..?
AhmadK22 h, 14 m ago

read the reviews. it looks good, but bear in mind it's light alloy, hence …read the reviews. it looks good, but bear in mind it's light alloy, hence easy to over-tighten and break the thread etc.light use only.regarding holding electrical wires - there is another tool with flexible small clamps and a magnifying glass that does a better job.


What possible reason could you have for tightening it past being snuggled up nicely?
eset1234522 h, 37 m ago

What possible reason could you have for tightening it past being snuggled …What possible reason could you have for tightening it past being snuggled up nicely?


ask those who rated this product low at the website. sometimes it's about you, but there are poorly designed or made things all around us as well
polg10th Jan

I don't need but i want.. so i bought ... i won't be telling my missus …I don't need but i want.. so i bought ... i won't be telling my missus though...will this hold a mobile phone..?


The width of the phone only. The jaw doesn't open wide enough to hold it length wise. But you can always rotate the jaw to hold the phone any way you like
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