Jewelry 5" Engraving Block Ball Vise Setting Jewelry w/ Pins Rubber Base

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Now: $120.98
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SKU:
UTEBLOCKV5310
UPC:
706569000000
5" Diameter, Heavy Steel Body
360° Tilt, Spin and Rotate Movement
Nylon Vise
Vise Jaw Opening:: 2-5/8”
24 Pin Hole Slots
12pc 25/32” x 5/32” Dia Pins:
- 6 Round Head Pins
- 6 Flat Head Pins
13/32” Hex Nut Wrench Key
- Locks 360° Spin
- Controls Jaw
Rubber Base
Box

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  • 4
    Jewelry 5" Engraving block ball vise w/pins

    Posted by Anonymous on Sep 1st 2018

    Jewelry 5" engraving block ball vise /pins rubber base, have not used yet, no instructions were included, no idea what some pieces are for. Nice packaging.

  • 5
    ball vice

    Posted by Randy Lewis on May 16th 2017

    better than I expected

    love it!!!!!

  • 5
    ball vise

    Posted by james tovey on Jan 12th 2016

    As advertised. A good solid ball vise.

  • 5
    Good product at great price

    Posted by Taj Bahadori on Dec 9th 2014

    Nice.

  • 5
    Great item!!!!!!

    Posted by CoinGirl on Sep 4th 2014

    This vise works just as well as the big name ones. It turns smoothly and is very sturdy. I had to buy a smaller engravers clamp to hold little plates and coins (25 cent pieces and smaller) because there is about a 1" gap between pins when the vise it closed. Not a big deal at all though, the smaller pin vise only cost about $10 and fits perfectly on top. I'm very pleased with my purchase!

  • 5
    Ball vise

    Posted by regis caruso on Jun 13th 2014

    Great buy, decent quality, and above all, top notch service! Would buy from this company anytime.

  • 5
    Great cheap ball.

    Posted by Derek on May 24th 2014

    Works great, I have used a similar version GRS ball and works just as well, the pins that came with it don't all fit but I don't use them much anyway.

  • 4
    As Expected

    Posted by Herman Klutz on Mar 19th 2014

    The engraving block ball was not a name brand, but as expected it was of good quality. It worked as smooth as the Vigor ball that I have had experience with. At the price it was a bargain. One thing missing was a source of parts for the attachments. As small as they are sooner or later some will be lost and will need to be replaced. Tat seems to be the case with even the higher priced engraving balls, so I guess that is to be expected.