Economy Claw Grabbers With Set Screw
Ratings & Reviews
Gets the job done
by Jens H -
I haven't used any other grabbers, but these have performed well for me. They grab tight and don't let go!
by Max H -
Best deal i could find, gets the job done, and fair durability.
Good Starter Set
by Paul S -
If this is your first set you won't be disappointed. I have had to sets prior to purchasing a better pair. The first pair had a claw wire that didn't line up or grab properly and the second set had multiple claw wires just fall out.
by CJ R -
No more hot fingers for me, and by that I mean mine! These little claws helped immensely when finishing off an item i've made. now I don't have to cold seal to somethingand leave that darned punty mark!
Do their job!
by Alan R -
This pair of hot fingers is great if you're just getting started, but if you're truely working on heavier objects like big solid maria's that need grabbing, then how lightweight these are can compromise you're contorl. Also the locking screw just feels somewhat cheap, I personally recommend saving up a little more and getting a better pair. (be sure to use these out of the flame, the metal doesn't stand up to very much heat)
Say yes to the Set Screw or you will be...
by Drew D -
I have owned the brass grabbers and made the mistake of thinking I didn't need the set screw. Oh I was wrong... Definitely these are the grabbers you want especially when beginning flameworking. They are light and easy to operate under pressure :)
by Todd b -
Great lil grabbers, just the right size for the beginner to advanced artist. Can take a decent ammount of heat and the screw lock holds tight. Perfect price!
grabba grabba doooo
by Chris M -
These work great and hold up to daily use. The screw lock is a bonus.
Economy Claw Grabbers
by Hugh W -
Awesome, totally necessary tool for a good price. You cannot work with oval/ round-top pieces without it, and it works much better than trying to use gloves or fingers...
by Brandon W -
These Chinese products are lousy - cheap, flimsy and easy to break. The American-made pair are made of better materials and are constructed to stand the test of time. As with most things, you get what you pay for.