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Last August I posted a Dealmonger for the Osborne Revolving Leather Punch at $16.48 — now Amazon has the punch for the incredible price of $10.45 and it’s eligible for “Super Saver” shipping if you’re buying a bunch of stuff.

At that price you really can’t pass it up, even compared to cheap imports, if you need a punch for leather, rubber or other soft materials. In the last year I’ve used mine many times, and nothing works better for punching small holes.

C.S. Osborne 223 Revolving Leather Hole Punch Via Amazon [What’s This?]


4 Responses to Dealmonger Update: Revolving Leather Punch

  1. jeff says:

    Would this be the right tool for additional belt holes? I’ve always used that weird long skinny blade on my swiss army knife.

  2. Nick Carter says:

    Yes and no, it’s better than the awl on your swiss army knife but if your belt has oval rather than round holes then an oval punch is what you need. If your belt has round holes then it is the tool for the job.

  3. fred says:

    This is a good price – but here’s what I said when you last posted this tool:

    August 28th, 2008 at 12:33 pm
    Having had years of experience with Boy Scouts who were somewhat heavy-handed in their use of tools – we found that most Osborne tools held up pretty well. This rotary punch (similar to one made by Sargent) was not one of them. We switched over to a heavy duty Tandy 1794 – which has been replaced by



    This type of tool is OK for belts – but if you wish to exactly match the non-round holes on a high-end belt – you may need to look toward an Osborne oval or oblong (bag) punch. Both these punches are single-sized and come with a hefty price tag

  4. Andrew C says:

    If you just need to punch one oval hole in your belt, I’d suggest using a round punch (like this one) twice, and clearing out the remaining leather with an x-acto knife.

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