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Cabinet Claw

  • Multipurpose feature carries out many steps of the installation
  • Padded jaws ensure firm grip without causing damage
  • Durable steel construction is resistant to rust and corrosion
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Product Overview

The cabinet claw is a unique tool which combines the multiple steps of face frame cabinet installation into one easy process. Using this clamp, face frame stiles can be tightened, aligned, pre-drilled and fastened while the clamp is in place. Clamp faces and alignment plate have a protective surface to protect the cabinet.
  • Works on stiles 1-1/2 ft. to 2 in.
  • Protective pads on jaws
  • 4 in. opening capacity
  • Pony

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BrandBESSEYBESSEYJorgensen
NameCabinetry Clamp for Aligning Face Framed Box CabinetsLight Duty, All Steel Clamp, 12 In. Capacity 2-1/4 In. Throat DepthCabinet Claw4.7 in. All Steel Screw Clamp
Price
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Ratings
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Clamp TypeC-clampBarScrewScrew
Jaw Width20.882 in2.4
Clamping Strength (lb.)6004006002700
Hand Tool TypeClampClampClampClamp
Throat Depth1.252.250 in2 in4.7
MaterialAluminumSteelSteelSteel
Duty Rating Standard
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Specifications

Dimensions

Jaw Width
2 in
Throat Depth
2 in

Details

Clamp Type
Screw
Clamping Strength (lb.)
600
Hand Tool Type
Clamp
Individual/Set
Individual
Material
Steel
Maximum Opening (in.)
4 in
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

Questions & Answers

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Do you get one or a pair at this price?

Asked by AET November 11, 2020
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I can't find this at any store and it doesn't look like it's available online. Is there any way to order it?

Asked by JonReed December 14, 2016
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Pony's web site says it is discontinued at this time. A company official emailed me to say that they are planning to bring them back, but did not indicate when.

In the picture on the back it shows a drill guide. Is it the "holes" or is it an added attachment?;

Asked by Bill April 24, 2016
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Pony is retooling right now. The drill guide is supposed to be an added attachment, but it is not included at this time. These clamps are officially discontinued, according to the Pony/Jorgensen web site, but I received an email from a company official promising me to inform me when the drill guide becomes available

are the cabinet claw clamps available in the store in Bridgewater NJ?

Asked by Mudd April 1, 2016
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not sure you will have to check with that store.

order # W383786237

Asked by ddeange1 July 30, 2015
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Answer

I did see that, return it back to homedepot

Customer Reviews

  • 40 Customer Reviews
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars overall
92% of customers recommended.
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Limited Use but OH SO VALUABLE!
Quality :
5
Value :
5
Recommended by a professional cabinet installer, the Home Depot was the only construction supply store that had these cabinet clamps. The clamps came packaged in plastic, that allowed you to see the clamp and was easy to read about features, functions, etc. The clamps came with the clamp, and felt pads which you install yourself, that easily mount on the clamping surfaces to protect your cabinets. One end of the clamping claws have a screw hole available to you so that you can install your cabinet screws exactly where the claw is located. There are two clamps designed into one unit. The first holds the individual cabinet edges together. The second clamp keeps the faces along the joint flush. This is key when doing cabinets and the clamp gets the job done right! The finish of the clamps is crisp, in bright orange. They work very well and can be used to not only clamp cabinets together, but also, in any combination, filler pieces at the end edge, or between cabinets. Although these clamps have a focused use, and are limited in what they can be used for, they are invaluable if you are doing cabinet work. They are well worth the cost, and the value far exceeds that cost by helping you do a professional installation. I highly recommend these clamps. Nothing will work like these.
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Grand Rapids, Michigan
Cabinet Claw is not what the package describes
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4
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3
I've purchased 4 Cabinet Claw's. The Cabinet Claw is not what the package describes. It was missing the "drill guide" in all 4 packages. The packaging states, "Drill Guide Packet included". No Drill Guide. I went back to the store where I bought them and all they said was to go to another store and get them there. The other store did not have them either. The clerk gave me no remedy as to replacing the missing Drill Guides. The only thing I can do is contact the home office I guess. I'm a professional trim carpenter, so I have opportunity to use the clamps quite often. The clamps do work good even without the Drill Guides, but I would like to try them with the Drill Guides. Please advise.
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COPPERAS COVE, TX
Good product but not worth the cost
Quality :
3
Value :
1
This product was really not worth the money. Clamp is hard to use if you’re not experience with clamp or any work tools. Clamp kept slipping out of place. It was hard to properly adjust. If not used correctly it would damage the cabinet. They also need to add some rubber guards to help protect cabinets from damage. These clamps was almost useless for installing wall cabinets had to put some extra effort to use them as they kept slipping or come loose when I needed to reposition or adjust cabinets. The best way to use this Claw Clamp is to purchase two clamps for floor cabinets, this would almost guarantee a seamless cabinets install, but at a cost $50. You can still do the same job with a lower cost multi-purpose Quick Release Bar clamp.
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These are discontinued by the manufacturer so I was very happy to find them at Home Depot. The on...
These are discontinued by the manufacturer so I was very happy to find them at Home Depot. The only problem was that they would not ship and the clamps were in Virginia, while I live in Pennsylvania. Fortunately, I have a nephew who lives in the town in which the HD carrying the clamps is located. I love these clamps, they are perfect for what they are designed to do, which is to hold kitchen cabinets in place as they are being installed. The orange claws grab the styles of adjacent cabinets and keep them together while the face clamp hold the two styles in one vertical plane. They are faster than C Clamps (my old method) and have the added bonus of allowing you to drill the connecting hole for the screw which holds the two cabinets together, and attach the screw, right through the clamp. I have only had these for a few weeks, but I used them in the past and they are the best cabinet install clamps available, in my opinion.
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Indianapolis Indiana
product was a great help and purchase
Quality :
5
Value :
5
The cabinet clamps were a big help lining up each cabinet and made it fool proof to connect them together
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Maine
awsome cllamps
Quality :
5
Value :
5
makes cabinet work a lot easier on installation very pleased
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Good but...
They don't come with the drill bit guide. Even points out the part on the package, but does not come with it. Kinda need that
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lexa ar
great tool
Quality :
5
Value :
5
it works great. it comes without the drill guides. i emailed pony tools an ask where i could purchase the guides an they sent them to me free of charged.
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Very handy for cabinet installation, but this one is incomplete.
Quality :
4
Value :
4
These clamps pull the cabinet faces together and push them flush. The other one I have has a drill guide, this one and all the other ones I have seen in HD, have the hole and the tapped screw hole for the drill guide, but there is no drill guide. It is a needed accessory and is supposed to be included.
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Worth the $$$
Not cheap, but a pair of these are invaluable for mulling together cabinets, taking a star away due to to the high cost.
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