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Just saw this reviewed on http://www.newwoodworker.com/reviews/rckwlbnchjaws.html looks like a a great vise for $130 . Anyone with first hand experience.

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Looks just like the floor version of this same "jaw".  I have a craftsman version that was a lot cheaper and it works great. I got it for 98 bucks and it came with the extension piece as a free ad on.  This looks like a cool product but it is very large to keep on your bench it seems to me. A good product that I would like to have.

Just saw the bench jaws on the new woodworker site for $60

That video was horrible,  but product looks nice,  60 bucks where at? might have to pick up a couple.

It was on www.newwoodworker.com  And go to their online store.

ahh just saw that, thanks  Might have to pick up one or 2  anyone ever order from the site before?

Just saw it at Lowes for 129 bucks, if you can get it for 60 better snap it up. That is a one only, used model of the bench jaw from what I can tell.

That's a fabulous price, can you put down the web address where you found this price Thanks Frank.

Frank Windsor said:

Just saw the bench jaws on the new woodworker site for $60

Sorry Frank I didn't realize you were going to the web store. That price is only for the tests unit and you have to pick it up in  North Carolina or South Carolina where he lives. Not sure what state he does live in. He normally sells the test unit.

This should take you there www.newwoodworker.com/pdshop/shop/  It's at the bottom of the page.

Well that clears that up. And I thought that I found a really good deal. Guess i'll put my credit card away.

I do like the vice, price wise not that much higher than a lot of bench vices. 

I looked in my Lowe's store, but I couldn't find.
I always liked to look at the things I'm buying in person.

It's a nice tool---

it needs to be secured to a sturdy and HD work-bench, so as to eliminate torquing, when pressure is applied.

Personally, I find the style with the tripod base, more useful.

Especially handy for on-the-go and job-site use.

It's always ''at the ready'', for numerous tasks.

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