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Model # MR55C5

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Stanley

Right-Angle Manual Riveter

Overview

This right angle riveter has a long handle which provides powerful leverage. Steel and aluminum rivets can be used in this riveter. The rivets have a crown width of 3/8 in.
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Product Overview

This right angle riveter has a long handle which provides powerful leverage. Steel and aluminum rivets can be used in this riveter. The rivets have a crown width of 3/8 in.
  • Compatible with 1/8 in., 3/32 in., 5/32 in. and 3/16 in. steel or aluminum rivet diameter
  • For use on gutters, storm doors, air vents and other typical applications
  • Manual riveter provides portable fastening
  • Long handle provides extra leverage so it is easier to fasten through tough materials
  • Insulated metal body
  • 3/8 in. crown width
  • Includes extra nose pieces and wrench that store conveniently in the handle

Product Overview

Model #: MR55C5
Sku #: 597855
Internet #: 100488978

This right angle riveter has a long handle which provides powerful leverage. Steel and aluminum rivets can be used in this riveter. The rivets have a crown width of 3/8 in.

  • Compatible with 1/8 in., 3/32 in., 5/32 in. and 3/16 in. steel or aluminum rivet diameter
  • For use on gutters, storm doors, air vents and other typical applications
  • Manual riveter provides portable fastening
  • Long handle provides extra leverage so it is easier to fasten through tough materials
  • Insulated metal body
  • 3/8 in. crown width
  • Includes extra nose pieces and wrench that store conveniently in the handle

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Specifications

Dimensions

Compatible rivet diameters (in.)
1/8, 3/32, 5/32, 3/16
Product Depth (in.)
13.3
Product Height (in.)
1.3
Product Width (in.)
6.1

Details

Hand Tool Type
Rivet Tool
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited lifetime

Specifications

Dimensions

Compatible rivet diameters (in.)
1/8, 3/32, 5/32, 3/16
Product Depth (in.)
13.3
Product Height (in.)
1.3
Product Width (in.)
6.1

Details

Hand Tool Type
Rivet Tool
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited lifetime

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Customer Reviews

Right-Angle Manual Riveter is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 37.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from easy to use, pulls longer and heavier rivets easily purchased to replace an older unit which was 'borrowed' and never returned. Because of the capabilities of the other one i purchased this unit
Date published: 2014-01-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Strong Enough for 3/16 stainless rivets, hard to grip I purchased this riveter when my current one would not pop steel rivets. This one is strong enough to fully seat and pop steal rivets. The biggest problem I had was the grip length/angle. These were very difficult to get the steel to pop because once the rivet seated, you would re-adjust the tool grip on rivet and the handles would be too far apart to get a good squeeze for final pop. I have larger than average size hands, and they are strong, yet I struggled on many of the rivets to get them to pop. I found when I readjusted the riveter, I would have to start the grab on the rivet higher on shank (NOT FLUSH WITH RIVET FACE), just to get enough hand grip/leverage to finally pop the rivet. This caused a couple of broken shanks without the riveter resting flush on the rivet. No problem with aluminums. Overall good strength but they should have angled the hand grips better for the spread when you fully insert a steel rivet. Recommend a pneumatic or 2 handed riveter for steels over this model even at the higher cost. Was very tired, sore, and a couple of blood blisters from pinching after using these on about 24 steel rivets.
Date published: 2016-06-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not bother with this one IMO this is, quite possibly, the worst tool I have ever purchased: the product started falling apart in my hands shortly after we started to try to use it. The wrench that is stored in the handle, fell out on the ground, and of course it was at night, so a hunting expedition started to find the wrench. We needed the wrench because the head on the riveter was too large to allow grabbing the largest rivet in the Stanly assortment of rivets, which we purchased at the same time. We found the wrench and proceeded to attempt to use the rivet tool. The grip lock fell off into my hand as I was compressing the grip. After the first compression of the grips, the tool jammed leaving the rivet stuck in the chamber. We tried loosening the head, took it all the way off, but the shaft of the pop rivet was still jammed in the chamber and could not be extracted. We put the largest head back on the tool and the shaft of the rivet came free. We again attempted using the riveter, and, as before, the shat would not clamp with the largest head on the device, so we downsized and again the shaft stuck in the chamber. We removed the head and looked in the chamber and the jaws of the tool were at skewed angles making them pinch and stick. We could not get the shaft of the rivet removed by any means, so the tool was returned. The tool would seem to be of good construction, but upon using it, you notice the metal is low grade steel which allows the jaws to become misaligned easily and stick. This tool would make a fair hammer, if the grip lock did fall off right in your hands, but is not good as a rivet tool.
Date published: 2015-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from works fine for me I'm a sheet metal worker, we install a lot of rivets. I've been using this rivet gun almost daily for a couple months. it works fine for me. I've probably installed 100~ 3/16 stainless rivets and 100~ 1/8 stainless rivets with no problems. there does seem to be a trick to setting 3/16 rivets. squeeze the handle all the way once, if the rivet doesn't pop the first time let off the handle *only about half way* and squeeze again. that's very important. I've watched guys use my rivet gun, let the handle open all the way and struggle to pop the rivet. I'll show them my aforementioned "trick" and pop the 3/16 stainless rivet like it was a grape. yesterday i dropped it 30 feet into concrete (carpal tunnel from too many 3/16 rivets). i was sure it was dead, but it still works fine. one complaint is, as others have mentioned, the wrench keeps falling out. one day I'm going to chuck it and use vise grips to switch the tips. another complaint is the little wire that wraps around the handle to keep the tool closed had a tendency to get in the way and prevent me from squeezing the handle when trying to set a rivet. it ended up falling off. now the tool won't stay closed in my tool pouch. that's kind of a pain, but I'll just replace it with bailing wire or a small length of ball chain. those are my only two complaints and why i only gave it 4 out of 5 stars. i haven't experienced any of the other problems people have reported. the handles don't fall off, or at least they haven't acted like they're going to yet. the springs haven't broke. occasionally the mandrel doesn't eject properly. it's not a fault of the tool, they get bent when I'm squeezing the handle and applying a lot of stank. just push it out with the next rivet. most of the time, especially on 3/16 stainless, the mandrels go flying out the back of the tool and land 15-20 feet behind me. bonus points if i can hit another tradesman.
Date published: 2016-03-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not perform This hasn't made a single rivet work and I have tried many. Don't waste your money.
Date published: 2014-03-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This is not a quality product very poorly made Used 3 rivets and the spring kept coming out. Took 2 hrs to do a 20 min job.
Date published: 2014-02-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Stanley Right-Angle Manual Riveter On the 3rd use the shaft of the rivet was stuck inside and would not release. There was no guidance as to what to do when that happens. I unscrewed the mechanism and then the spring came out as well as one of the 2 gripping mechanisms. I returned for the upgraded version, but the same thing happened. I then downsized the aluminum rivet size and so far the upgraded version has 6 times just fine. However, I plan to use it this weekend for attaching gutter pieces so we'll see how that goes.
Date published: 2016-07-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Probably the worst tool I've purchased in years. Consistently breaks the rivets at mid-shaft, not... Probably the worst tool I've purchased in years. Consistently breaks the rivets at mid-shaft, not at the head of the rivet. I used three different brands of 3/16 aluminum rivets and got the same result with each. The proper sized head was being used. It appears the teeth in the jaws that draw the shaft inward are too sharp and are breaking the shaft too soon. Going in the garbage.
Date published: 2017-05-11
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