Punches holes in numerous materials, thanks to the solid metal construction. Handles are coated for an improved grip. Comes with 7 punches and dies in a variety of popular sizes. Includes a storage case.
On the heavy side. Can be challenging for individuals with hand problems such as arthritis. Design makes it hard to see area as you punch holes.
Powder-coated construction works well for punching holes in most textiles, leather, and other fabrics. Revolving hole puncher capable of creating 6 different sized holes. Made by a trusted name in tools.
Pricey for its class. Some tough materials may cause it to malfunction or break. Handles don't provide the best leverage. Not recommended for metals.
Has a revolving punch design that is easy to use, and can punch 6 different sized holes. Users love how well it works for leather crafts. Includes a grinding rod, backup pad, and screwdriver.
A few owners wish it could punch larger holes. Has the tendency to jam. Prone to breakage if used incorrectly – not suited for metal.
Designed to punch holes in different types of sheet metal up to 18 gauge. Makes holes 1.25 mm in size. Handles have a comfortable shape for a comfortable grip. Comes with a replacement pin.
Not sturdy enough for thick or industrial materials. Pin tends to wear out with frequent use. May leave a mark on metal after punching a hole.
Nickel plated construction. Designed for punching holes in leather, and can punch 6 hole sizes. Revolving design is straightforward to use. Crafted by a brand known for leather crafting tools.
Not the sharpest tool, as it may not cut through all thick or tough leather items. Requires some hand strength to operate.
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