|Jaw Width (in.)||1 in||Throat Depth (in.)||3 in|
|Clamp Type||Spring||Clamping Strength (lb.)||40|
|Duty Rating||Heavy||Hand Tool Type||Clamp|
|Maximum Opening (in.)||4 in||Returnable||90-Day|
|Tools Product Type||Hand Tool|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
A: Does not clamp will not hold UV light may not matter
A: I have quite a few of these in my shop, and I'm very happy with them. I would worry more about the metal clamp lock than the plastic degradation in UV light, but I can't give you an accurate answer to your question.
A: Bought these clamps to lend a hand for cutting down some material on a miter box. Worked great. However, wish the head/ends were more rubbery and not so stiff.
A: I'm not sure what gardening application you would use this for. Plastics generally degrade with time in intense UV environments, but it should provide several years of service. I would avoid extreme temperatures - sub zero or over 100 F.
A: Fortunately my nose doesn't work
A: Weird, mine didn't have a smell to it at all.
A: Son muy buenas para cualquier tipo de trabajo
A: Never clamp more than 3 skunks together at the same time and you'll never have a stinky issue son.
A: the jaws might not be wide enough, i had trouble using it on a 3" project, wouldn't lock
A: In a word - no. The slick face of the pads refuse to stay in one place; your efforts would be an exercise in futility.
A: i think it would work well
A: No this isn't the proper clamp for that use.