RIDGID® F-Series vises are constructed of 75,000 psi tensile strength forged steel. These sleek, rugged vises outperform their bulky cast-iron competition. They feature a patented parallel jaw alignment system. This exclusive feature gives the F-Series precise clamping action, as well as longer service life.
- All-steel, drop-forged construction.
- Rolled double lead Acme screw.
- Steel handle with rubber anti-pinch rings.
- Increased work areas.
- Standard fixed pipe jaws.
- Large, hardened anvil.
- Surface hardened slides for smooth, precise operation.
- Forged steel swivel base with dual draw-down bolts.
F-Series Vises is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by RedonKiLaus from Great vise for all around use I needed a new vise. I looked at everything available with the following must haves: made in Europe, Taiwan, or USA. I was delighted to find this series of vise made in my home country of Germany! Quality is everything you would expect from a German made product. Vise is easy to set up and use and is perfect for the average do-it-yourself type person.
Date published: 2016-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by jrstech11 from Absolutely the best value for any money! I now own a 4" and two 6" vises. They are an absolute pleasure to work with after using many other types at work over the years. These are unbreakable! Totally adjustable to maintain tightness of the moveable jaw when open and parallel when closed even when clamped tightly at only one end. These are lifelong vises - you will never need to buy another replacement!
Date published: 2015-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nic1719 from The Best The only kind of vise I use. Very durable! The Best!
Date published: 2014-11-24
is there a warranty on the non repacable jaws
with the jaws being non replaceable. does the warranty cover the jaws from regular use. for example clamping something and while working on item it spins taking the knurling on the jaws with it. is this covered by the warranty?
I doubt very much that you will be able to take the knurling off the jaws unless your spinning a grinder against the jaw face.
Date published: 2017-09-06