Pin Vise with 5 Drill Bits

This is a Pin Vice with 5 Drill Bits from Testors.

Testors Pin Vise with 5 Drill Bits Hand Drill Tap and Die #8943
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 Testors # tes8943
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Testors Item # tes8943
Features :
  • Steel construction.:
  • 5 drill bits.:
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Spotlight Review

 
"Decent set for the price"
Dt69 (Florence, AZ)
Not bad as I used to use a cordless screwdriver with a collet. The bits that came with the vise work good but if you're using very small bits forget it - they fall out. I'd recommend this for drilling spark plug holes and the like. Decent beginner set but if you are drilling the really small stuff invest in a different vise and a good 61-80 bit set.

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Features

  • Steel construction.:
  • 5 drill bits.:

Specs

  • Length: 3.85 98mm:
  • Bit Sizes: .0390 .99mm, .0470 1.19mm, .0540 1.37mm, .0580 1.473mm .0700 1.778mm
  • Testors Product Number: 8943

Includes

  • Pin vise:
  • 5 drill bits:

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Nothing:
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Product Rank

#10 in Hand Drill
#121 in Hand Tools

Reviews

  
 
"A Very Useful Tool"
davidnweber (Del Rio, Tx)
Before purchasing this tool, I used to use a Dremel for drilling of my models. However the drawback to this is not being able to get a low enough rpm from it. Using a pin vise you control how fast the drilling occurs which is highly essential when dealing with small scale objects. This also comes with two collets in order to hold the variously sized drill bits. A swivel head rounds out the tool by being able to have more control over the drilling action.

 
"poorly engineered"
louislagerfeld
This pin vise could not hold any of the small drill bits in place. Even if you tightened the top, bits would still fall out if turned upside down.

 
"Just what I needed."
dtgramowski
I didn't need a humnongoeus set of bits. My other hobby is woodworking, so I have tons of drill bits, just none smaller than 1/16th. I've used the 1/16th, but it was a tad too big, but I dealt with it. These bits will make it easier to make a proper sized hole when I need it now.

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