General Tools 72 Leather Hole Punch Tool, 5/64 Inch to 3/16 Inch

December 7, 2018 - Comment

The Revolving Punch Pliers are ideal for making miniscule punch holes that would not be practical with a single-style punch. The revolving turret offers six distinct punch sizes for use on leather, rubber, plastic and similar materials. This tool is commonly used around the home for hobbies and crafts, or for adding additional holes to

The Revolving Punch Pliers are ideal for making miniscule punch holes that would not be practical with a single-style punch. The revolving turret offers six distinct punch sizes for use on leather, rubber, plastic and similar materials. This tool is commonly used around the home for hobbies and crafts, or for adding additional holes to a leather belt.

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Product Features

  • BELT HOLE PUNCHER – Ideal for making minuscule punch holes that would not be practical with a single-style punch
  • CONVENIENT – tool is self-opening; revolving punch is powerful and easy, giving you the capability to cleaning punch holes every time
  • DURABLE – Leather tool is made of plated steel with six tapered and hollow hardened steel punches
  • VERSATILE – commonly used for punching clean round holes in leather, plastic, rubber, canvas, cardboard and similar materials; especially useful as a leather hole punch
  • VARIOUS PUNCH SIZES – Punch sizes range from 5/64, 3/32, 7/64, 1/8, 5/32 and 3/16 inch; perfect for home hobby or commercial use

Comments

Anonymous says:

Press firmly all the way through until you hear a click At first I was going to give the hole punch a very low review of 1 star. Like so many others, I couldn’t get it to punch all the way through my belt or make a hole.But I finally realized I wasn’t doing it right.Here is what you’re supposed to do:1. Press firmly all the way through until you hear a click of metal on metal. That means you pressed it hard enough to create a hole.2. If that doesn’t give you a good clean hole, after you’ve pressed it…

Anonymous says:

TERRIBLE, PLEASE SEE PIC – Not worthy of being on Amazon, sorry Amazon but I’m returning this Worthless, (SEE PIC) sorry Amazon but I have to return this, this product is not worthy to be on AmazonShould have listened to other reviewers but this was SO CHEAP… but I couldn’t resist it to simple punch TWO HOLES in a standard men’s dress belt. I figured it had to do at least that, instead ruined 2 $25 dress belts (dockers), my bad for not expecting a product could be so terrible. I know, why did I ruined two belts? Well I just thought this would work so I had put blue…

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