At one time or another we have all managed to find ourselves in the middle of a project with a clamping nightmare that requires logic of epic proportions to solve. Either the clamp is too big, the angle is too great, or the space is just too small to work with.
Now here comes Grip-on Tools going big with “the world’s smallest locking tool” called the Micro Grip. At 3.6 inches the Micro Grips’ advantages are immediately clear: It fits into places other clamps can’t go. But the real advantage is the straight line motion of its mobile jaw.
It has an adjustable screw that acts as mobile jaw and allows for extra adjustment. The lever is concealed in the back of the body of the clamp and pushes the screw (which is mounted in a rod) into the closed position and locks it there, offering a second type of clamp adjustment.
The only down side is that even fully open the Micro Clamp doesn’t span much distance — roughly an inch. However, if you’re looking to use a small clamp anyway, you weren’t going to get a huge span to begin with. Keep to sheet metal or thinner items and you should be fine.
Street Pricing start at $15.