Clamptite Repair Tools

$ 14.95 147.7500
Clamptite Repair Tools
100% effective - fast, easy and secure
Stock Number Item Description Availability Price Order Qty
01A04.01 Standard Clamptite

In stock


01A04.02 Large Clamptite

In stock


01A04.03 Roll .032 Wire

In stock


01A04.04 Roll .041 Wire

In stock


01A04.05 Roll .051 Wire

In stock


01A04.06 Roll .062 Wire

In stock


01A04.10 Standard Kit

In stock

Regular Price: $99.95

Special Price $89.95

01A04.20 Large Kit

In stock

Regular Price: $165.40

Special Price $147.75

Tighten single or multiple bands of wire around any type or size of material with virtually no flat spots, and then permanently lock the wire in place with full tension. Clamp or band anything - any size, any shape - anywhere.

Permanently repair cracked tool handles and torn or cut air or water hoses, create hose clamps of virtually any size or shape, secure the ends of rope, repair cracked or failing structural posts - you get the idea. There are hundreds of potential uses around the house, boat, farm, RV, or in the shop.

These two Clamptite tools and the range of wire sizes give you a 99 capability. (Although our stainless steel wire is best, in an emergency any decent solid wire can be used.) The Standard Clamptite with the bronze bar nut can be used with all the wire sizes listed above, but it will be easier to employ the thicker .051 and the .062 wire with the Large Clamptite tool.

The .032 diameter wire is for small clamps less than 1/2" in diameter. The .041 wire is good for up to 1-1/2", the .051 wire is best for objects up to 3" in diameter and the .062 wire for over 3" and up to 6" in diameter. Wire bundles range in length from 50ft. to 105ft.

The Standard Clamptite kit includes the Clamptite, plus one roll each of the .032 and .041 wire. The Large Kit includes the Large Clamptite, plus one roll each of the .051 and .062 wire.

Made in the USA.

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  • Bamboo Structures Work

    Fernando Partida Pinto, 2/16/2015 Very versatile tool I use in construction in bamboo, when the repair of cracks suffers a trice and is doing its structural function in all types of construction, which allows me to continue working without delay. Recommend it widely.
  • Awesome Tool

    Shakee, 1/25/2015 Great tool use it all the time.. Simple and affective.
  • Elegant Solution

    Dave Bradley, 12/11/2013 Well-built tool for a simple idea. I have both sizes of the Clamptite. They are both a bit pricey, but they are extremely well made, work as advertised and provide a solution that a hose clamp can't cover. A necessity on a farm.
  • Awesome Tool

    BAH, 2/15/2012 Fixed a garden hose to better than new. What a great handy tool to have. I feel like MacGyver with this thing in my hand!
  • You should not leave home without it.

    Tony Hollins, 11/28/2011 I concur with Brad. I've owned the smaller version for 7 years. I've been able to make repairs on several items. It is always in a mechanic's bag that travels with me whenever I've traveled. One time while fishing the fuel line on a friend's boat started leaking. I removed the old plumbers' clamp cut off the damaged portion and made a new one. This was 5 years ago and it is still working. My friend was amazed on how well it worked. It is worth every penny.
  • The Best Back-up Plan

    Brad Gray, 1/12/2011 If you always like to be prepared, this tool needs to be in your box. Period. With this and a simple roll of wire (even stainless is pretty cheap) you have a hose clamp to fit ANY situation for the rest of your life. The pressure it can exert will astound you. As an experiment, I applied it to the end of a plastic washing machine drain hose. This type of hose is a flexible plastic with a solid pipe approximately 10 long at the end to insert in the house drain behind the washer. The Clamptite was able to make a significant indentation, evenly, all the way around the pipe. Keep in mind this was the small, original version of the tool. I now have the large stainless steel version in my boat tool box and so does my brother. Practice its use a few times and you'll find it fairly easy and straight-forward. It's worth every penny if you're miles from nowhere and blown an old fuel line clamp."
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