IRWIN® vises bring stable support and a sure grip to your workshop or job site. These products come in several configurations designed for general tasks such as sanding or cutting, as well as specialized jobs such as clamping pipe, precision drilling or using Irwin extractors to remove broken screws or fasteners. Heavy-duty Irwin mechanics vises are ideal for professional use in machine shops or on the factory floor while workshop vises are an excellent addition to any home hobbyist's workbench.
Irwin vises come in a range of jaw and weight capacities. The biggest have 8-inch wide jaws with a 9-1/4-inch jaw capacity and a 4-inch throat depth. Even small clamp-on vises have 3-inch jaws with a 2-inch jaw capacity and a 3-inch throat depth. Many Irwin vises have hardened steel jaws that are replaceable, and most have machined steel main screws with rolled threads that offer exceptional durability and smooth clamping power. They also have swivel bases that let you adjust the vise's position to fit the job at hand.
Irwin specialty vises handle unique tasks in the workshop. Irwin heavy-duty vises take on the biggest clamping jobs and can hold parts weighing up to 33 pounds. Use them to hold pieces securely while you deal with stubborn fittings or fasteners using Irwin pliers. Woodworking vises have toe-in square faces that are pre-drilled for wooden cheeks that protect component surfaces. Irwin drill press vises have textured jaws that offer a secure grip and slotted bases that are easy to install on most drill press stands, and workshop vises feature built-in anvil surfaces and integrated pipe jaws.
Irwin vises offer a wide range of clamping and support options in many different sizes and are suitable for both professionals and home hobbyists. These products are built to withstand the toughest working conditions, and they come with the same limited lifetime warranty as Irwin hand tools. Explore our selection of Irwin vises and find the right support and clamping solution for your workbench.