Small planes at a big price — that’s what Garrett Wade is offering in terms of their little wood trim-installation planes designed for jobsite carpentry guys. They’re steel-bodied finger planes a little larger than 3/4 of an inch wide. Inside their tiny leather wallet, they’ll slide right into a jeans pocket — or a toolbox.
These little suckers sit right in the palm of your hand and are great for making small, precise cuts for shaping and fitment tasks in tight spots. They offer a couple of different models: a flat sole plane, which comes with one flat blade, and a curved sole plane, which comes with a 3/4″ radius blade.
As we mentioned the set doesn’t come cheap: $155 scores a few blades and the two planes wrapped in the leather snap wallet. It does look like a fine set of tools good for fine furniture work, but wow — that’s a lot of cash.
Trim Installation Plane Set [Garret Wade]