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$3282
  • Reduces and flattens rough wood thickness
  • Blade adjusts laterally and for depth of cut
  • Backed by a lifetime limited warranty
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Product Overview

The Buck Bros. 9 in. Bench Plane features a 2 in. wide hardened and tempered steel alloy blade for durability. A resin handle offers a comfortable grip and the polished body and frame delivers lasting quality. The edge is adjustable both laterally and for depth of cut. This tool is useful for flattening and reducing the thickness of rough wood.
  • Used to smooth the surface of a rough piece of wood
  • 2 in. wide steel alloy cutting blade provides a sharp cutting edge
  • Resin handle
  • Resin handle ensures a secure, comfortable grip
  • Uses replacement blade #PLS2
  • Adjustable edge
  • Machined and polished body for ultra smooth finish

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Specifications

Dimensions

Base Length (in.)
10
Blade Length (in.)
9
Blade Width (in.)
2

Details

Features
Removable Blade
Hand Tool Type
Plane
Handle Material
Wood
Individual/Set
Individual
Number of Pieces
1
Product Weight (lb.)
4.059375
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.3
    out of 103 reviews
  • 62% recommend this product
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False advertising (not wooden handle)
I just purchased thos Buck Bros 9” bench plane today. The handles are very obviously not wood. I havent tried to use it yet so I can’t attest to finctionality, but if the handles have any influence on your decision to buy, look elsewhere. First... the picture of the plane displayed on home depots sode clearly shows this with wooden handles. When i got the box, the picture on the box clearly has plastic handles right next to text that says “SOLID WOOD HANDLE.” When uppackong the item, it is again very onvious that it does NOT have a wooden handle.
by Grant
    2 people found this helpful
    Decent Beginner Plane
    This no 4 plane is pretty decent for anyone looking for an inexpensive tool. I happened upon it at my local HD. It will work out of the box, but you should definitely give it the ol’ Paul Sellers touch up after opening. Don’t expect the feel of something high quality, but do expect it to work good enough until you find yourself something that’ll last you a lifetime. For all those complaining about having to do work to it: well, yes, any plain you buy is going to require some work unless you buy one already refurbished and ready to go. Even vintage planes will need plenty of work, so take this as a practice. Perfect this one and surely you’ll feel confident enough to work on your own high end plane. This one in particular isn’t as smooth in its adjustments as higher quality planes. The frog doesn’t adjust unless you take the iron out first. So, expect to take it apart and put it together again multiple times when trying to line things up. Ultimately, this tool will work, but you’ll really appreciate a high quality plane when you finally get one. And since you’ll get so good at working with and adjusting this one, you’ll be a pro by the time you upgrade.
    by Joe
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      3 people found this helpful
      It takes some patients to set it up. We have used to flatten a 30" x 60" Burch countertop for our...
      It takes some patients to set it up. We have used to flatten a 30" x 60" Burch countertop for our garage cabinets. It worked great
      by Mick
      • Verified Purchase
      • Recommended Product
      Solid and quality components, requires set up
      The componets of a plane always IMO make or break a plane. This one is great. If you know how to set up a olane corredtly this plane can do the job nicely. I was skeptical at first, But after setting it up it worked great. Here is a great set up video if you dont know how to set up a plane. https://youtu.be/4EWic5k2Kg8
      by thegumpycarpender
        • Recommended Product
        2 people found this helpful
        if you're looking for a plane that is good to go out of the box then this isn't for you. or if yo...
        if you're looking for a plane that is good to go out of the box then this isn't for you. or if you care about doing a good job then look elsewhere. that being said after i took it apart and cleaned what looked and smelled like Chinese cosmoline out of it and addressed its issues it was ok. the base of the plane that touches the work piece was not square at all. if you moved the blade up and laid it on a known flat surface it would rock back and forth on two high corners opposite one another. after some time with some sand paper and a flat piece of glass it was nice and flat. after squaring up the plane and sharpening it the plane works just fine.
        by charles
        • Verified Purchase
        3 people found this helpful
        Out of the box, the blade was sharp but not honed. Both handles were loose, the front ball tighte...
        Out of the box, the blade was sharp but not honed. Both handles were loose, the front ball tightened up but I had to put a spacer under the handle for it to tighten. I honed the blade on Arkansas stones and got it shaving sharp. If you want to make this plane work like an expensive one, put the work into it. The chip breaker was terrible. Round and not even straight. I'm new to hand planes so I got all my plane tuning info from YouTube. I took the chip breaker to my belt sander to start. After that I used sandpaper on glass. When i got it close, I worked on it on the stones. I was able to get the chip breaker to make a flat and sharp contact with the blade. Now I can take decent thin shavings without getting the wood jammed under the chip breaker. For $30, at least it is workable and now I have a decent plane. (I haven't flattened the sole yet, I'm sure it needs it. Soon to come)
        by Jeff
          • Recommended Product
          5 people found this helpful
          great after some work
          I don't hold to a lot of the reviews on this plane. I have bought 100. stanley planes that took two hours to sand down the sole. Twenty min. and it was flat. Don't get the paint on the bottom but what can you do. I have used it for 10 years. I think and old Stanley no. 4 is the best but this was a great first plane for me. If you want something ready out of the box you are looking at 300 or more.
          by KZAP
            • Recommended Product
            Workable, affordable plane
            Out of the box, the blade and setup are pretty much garbage. After some honing and tweaking, it is pretty servicable, but is clearly not a high quality plane. Especially annoying is the poorly threaded adjustment knob. But if you fight with it enough, you can get decent results.
            by Nick
            • DIY
            • Recommended Product
            5 people found this helpful
            by Handyman
            • Verified Purchase
            by RD
            • Verified Purchase
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