Clamps for holding wood during the building of a boat.
Most people have a few clamps but if you cannot borrow more from friends then these are the clamps that we use to hold the rubrails etc. in place whilst the epoxy cures. The clamps have soft plastic caps on the jaws to protect the surface of your wood and prevent the clamps sticking to epoxy.
The jaw length is 80 mm and the maximum distance between jaws is 150 mm.
The heavy-duty F-clamps have strong cast-iron jaws and large soft-grip handles.
Although you can never have too many clamps, five should be enough to build most boats. The unit price drops the more you purchase.