"What do you do when you're a woodworker wanting a masterpiece workbench but think all available twin-screw vises kinda suck?"
You build your own. Or at least that's what Colorado-based woodworker and inventor Andy Klein did.
Klein's Twin Turbo Vise features metal gears that can operate at two different speeds. Speeds are switched by pushing the vise's handle in and pulling out. The vise can also be placed in neutral, which allows you to move the handle when it's in the way - while maintaining clamping force.
The vise operates quickly, thanks to its gears.
Cork rubber is included with each vise for gripping.
Klein sells three versions of the vise: A 14-inch for $310, 20-inch for $325, and a 24-inch for $350.
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