Lie-Nielsen Solid Bronze Trimming Block Planes

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Lie-Nielsen Solid Bronze Trimming Block Planes
Deliberately smaller, but heavy enough to have real presence in the hand
25P07.01 Lie-Nielsen Low Angle Bronze Block Plane

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25P07.02 Replacement Blade For L-N Bronze Block

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This bronze-bodied plane tracks in milled grooves to ensure squareness. The standard size (shown) has a blade angle of 20°, the low angle has 12°.

All blades are cryogenically treated A2 steel. Plane body: 5" L x 1-5/8" W, Blade width: 1-14", Blade thickness: 1/8".

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  • Bronze Trimming Block Plane

    Brian DeLillo, 5/12/2019 Lie - Nielsen Bronze Trimming Block Plane is exceptional in appearance and quality. If you are against inferior material, and lower quality, then look no further than Lie - Nielsen for true American craftsmanship. This plane made quick work of trimming down poplar without an issue. I can truly say that this will be my first of many Lie - Nielsen planes.
  • Look no further!

    Jim P, 12/12/2017 I already knew this Lie-Nielsen plane had high ratings, what I did not know ... was the exceptional service Garrett Wade would provide! The customer service associate was extremely pleasant, knowledgeable, and willing to go the extra mile to ensure I was completely satisfied!
  • Lie-Nielsen Low angle Block Plane

    L Reed, 12/3/2017 This is a great plane that is extremely versatile. This is a perfect example of you get what you pay for. You pay a little more and the quality improves exponentially. This is made so well generations from now may still use this specific plane.
  • Low Angle Bronze block plane. The Gold Standard of planes!

    Scott Smith, 10/6/2017 Right out of the box, extremely sharp. This was my first experience using such a small plane and it did take some time getting use to it. But it is like a fine surgical instrument. I had shavings getting caught too, but I realized I was trying to take too big of a bite. Adjusted the blade back some and it worked like a charm! I did catch myself hitting the thumb wheel while in use loosening it up and having to readjust. Once I figured out how to use such a small tool with my huge mitts, things ran very smoothly. Looking forward to my next Lie Nielsen plane, if I could just figure out which one I want! Psssst....I want one of each.
    Rate & Review Honorable Mention $50 Winner October 2017 Rate & Review Honorable Mention $50 Winner. Congratulations, Scott!!
  • Low angle bronze block

    Larry Phillips , 6/5/2017 Heirloom quality. This marvelous tool can be handed down through the generations. I'm restoring a 1941 ChrisCraft Barrelback. This tool makes easy work of it. This is my second tool from this company and I couldn't be more pleased with both!
  • A+

    Andrew, 12/18/2016 This thing will last the rest of my life. Sharp right out of the box!
  • Review trimming block plane

    J. Christian, 6/25/2016 Too hard to adjust so far. Shavings get caught in plane & hard to clean out. I would not purchase this tool again if I had a choice.

    Response By: Garrett Wade Tech Department
    Thank you for your review on the Lie Nielsen Solid Bronze Trimming Block Plane. We're sorry to hear you are not happy with it. We haven't heard many complaints about this plane, but respect your opinion. Please feel free to return it using the label which was included.
  • California Craftsman

    Rich Pavel, 4/8/2013 I live in a smaller somewhat of an artists community close to the sea. Initially I felt this tool may fare better than the ductile iron standards given the salt air of the Wind and Sea elements I love so much. This historical dilemma is know to many of the coastal artist colonies of our beloved California coast and beyond for that matter. I have come to respect this tool for all its characteristics and properties beyond its traits as an impeccable tool of attributes. With Gratitude I have acquired more than one of these remarkable nuggets. At a discount no less! Durable, delightful, & legitimately most practical.
  • Gotta Love That Wife.

    Pete Church, 3/16/2010 After a couple of challenging years building quality furniture in a tanked economy, I was considering packing it in and getting a straight job. Lisa, my long suffering wife, took it on her self to empty the coffee can and buy me a 102 block plane to show me that she believed in the work I was turning out and that things would get better soon. Having a pieced together collection of swap-meet tools and some of Gramp's old stuff, I wasn't sure if I was up to some thing all Golden-shiney". The A2 steel is a little harder to polish up at first so I was glad to find the back of the blade almost perfect out of the box. The sole was as true as any thing I'd ever come across and flattened in just a few strokes. The body feels so right in my hand that I find my self using it instead of sand paper for everything from softening edges to flushing plugs that I used to do with a chisel. The well shaped palm even works great for burnishing outside corners on trim work. There's a feeling one gets when they get into a really nice car that makes them want to drive a little harder. Putting a tool like this in my hand does the same thing for my wood work. I do have one complaint though, I just can't seem to get it to change my daughter's diaper. "
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