PV-2 Pin Vise

Our PV-2 uses a ¼" three-jawed chuck that enables you to grab and hold a wide assortment of tools and accessories for doing precise work. The keyless chuck works smoothly and locks firmly on all round and hex shapes (within the capacity of the chuck).

Each rosewood handle is turned and polished to exacting standards. The overall feel of the tool is balanced and the appearance is a fitting continuation to our family of heirloom tools.

Drilling, tapping, filing and countersinking are but a few applications for a pin vise. Holding metal components to a grinding or buffing wheel are very common applications. The chuck actually acts as a heat sink for those jobs where abrasion is the primary operation, sparing your fingers from a hot part and sparing your family from this word: "@#!/&%"! Any time you have had a small part ripped from your hand(s), you needed a pin vise. Any time you have dropped a hot metal part, you needed a pin vise. Any time you want to accurately work with small components, you need the PV-2 Precision Pin Vise.

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Are the blades stainless steel?

No, these are satin chrome plated steel. It is extremely hard and durable. They are stiffer than stainless blades and less prone to bending. These are easier to read than true stainless blades too.

This item is no longer in production and is not available for purchase. It is listed here for reference purposes only. The last known published price is listed below.

Regular price $139.00

Our PV-2 uses a ¼" three-jawed chuck that enables you to grab and hold a wide assortment of tools and accessories for doing precise work. The keyless chuck works smoothly and locks firmly on all round and hex shapes (within the capacity of the chuck).

Each rosewood handle is turned and polished to exacting standards. The overall feel of the tool is balanced and the appearance is a fitting continuation to our family of heirloom tools.

Drilling, tapping, filing and countersinking are but a few applications for a pin vise. Holding metal components to a grinding or buffing wheel are very common applications. The chuck actually acts as a heat sink for those jobs where abrasion is the primary operation, sparing your fingers from a hot part and sparing your family from this word: "@#!/&%"! Any time you have had a small part ripped from your hand(s), you needed a pin vise. Any time you have dropped a hot metal part, you needed a pin vise. Any time you want to accurately work with small components, you need the PV-2 Precision Pin Vise.

Customer Reviews

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Are the blades stainless steel?

No, these are satin chrome plated steel. It is extremely hard and durable. They are stiffer than stainless blades and less prone to bending. These are easier to read than true stainless blades too.