IRWIN QUICK-GRIP Clamps, One-Handed, Mini Bar, 6-Inch, 4-Pack (1964758)

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NON-MARRING PADS: Grip firmly and protect your workpiece from scratches and scuffs QUICK-GRIP DESIGN: One-handed triggers release the clamps instantly STURDY: Resin construction with hardened steel bars to prevent flexing and bending 140LBS of force: Keep your workpiece together and evenly distribute 150LBS. of force EASY-TO-USE: Ideal for clamping smaller workpieces and working in confined areas
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Item Weight

‎1 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎21 x 8 x 2.5 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



‎6 inches


‎Regular Clamp



Item Package Quantity


Measurement System


Included Components

‎Set includes four 6" One-Handed Mini Bar Clamps.

Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?


Warranty Description

‎Full Lifetime Guarantee – Each IRWIN hand tool is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship for the life of the tool under normal wear and tear, except for damage caused by misuse or alteration.





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#6,195 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #3 in Bar Clamps

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Date First Available

November 5, 2008

9 reviews for IRWIN QUICK-GRIP Clamps, One-Handed, Mini Bar, 6-Inch, 4-Pack (1964758)

  1. Andy C

    Ignore the guy complaining about a screw holding the head on, losing the screw and not being able to find it on his garage floor.These are terrific, if your buying them, you most likely already know how they work, where to use them etc.If your worried about the screw coming off, grab a nut and bolt from home Depot and do it yourself.For the price, these are very excellent.A perfect size for smaller projects,Looking for even smaller ones now,Love them

  2. motocoder

    Most things in life are sweeter when it was a challenge to acquire it. A well-fought victory makes the rewards all that much better. These clamps are no exception. Your great clamp adventure begins and ends with the industrial strength, tamper-proof packaging in which they arrive. You will need a case cutter, sharp knife, or power tools to get through this packaging and to the clamps that lie, tantalizingly visible, inside. I’ve experienced difficult packaging before, but this stuff is a whole other level. Usually you can wedge it part way open and then tear the seam apart. That’s not happening here unless you work for a fire department and have access to a Jaws of Life. So the only way of getting through it is to cut, which is difficult because of the irregular shape and the toughness of the plastic. Your odds of cutting yourself, either with your knife or with the plastic itself, is virtually 100%. But when you return from the emergency room, hopefully you can finish up the job and pry the clamps free without further injury.The clamps themselves work great. The “mini” size is a bit misleading, as these aren’t actually all that small. If you’re looking for the really small bar clamps, you want the Irwin “Micro” sized ones.

  3. Young JoeYoung Joe

    I use multiple generations of these clamps, from back when they were made in the USA to the modern imported ones, and I can’t find a different in build quality. Honestly, I prefer the modern ones becuase I’ve never had a pad fall off which is a common issue with old ones. We even found a few of these left behind on the edge of our lake by contractors. Despite being submerged countless times and left in direct Florida sunlight for a year we hit them with some rust remover, scotchbrite, and a bit of 3-In-1 Oil and they are still in service today. You wouldn’t even know which ones they are except for how faded they are.

  4. Fuzzy Dunlop

    I had a door that was de-laminating at the top corner and causing me grief. I used epoxy to to rejoin the outer piece to the inner and used the 4 clamps to hold it all together while it cured. These clamps are small and plastic but they hold tight and you can squeeze them down really good. No issues with prolonged use these were squeezed as tight as I could for 12 hours with minor adjustments every few hours to keep things snug. Great value and lightweight, just dont bang them up as they are plastic afterall


    This is definitely what I needed to work on my new cabinet build. Theses work great and fit in the budget. I added panels underneath my middle cabinet to hind the pocket holes beneath.

  6. L. Foley

    I am very pleased with these clamps, and feel they are a perfectly fine replacement for the older model.Like many other reviewers, I’ve used the older (yellow pad) version of this clamp for years, and was looking to buy more, only to find that the design has been updated and many of the reviews surprisingly are negative. Well, I ordered them anyway, and am glad I did. The 4 pack is a bargain, and the new clamps (with black pads) work at least as well as the old ones, for me.I recommend you read the positive review by humbucker of this item. It’s informative and includes clear photos of the old vs. new versions of this clamp.I personally like that the fixed end of this clamp is now held on with a nut and bolt, as this allows the clamp to be converted to a “spreader”. Just remove the fixed end, then punch out the 2 retaining pins (I supported the bar on both sides of each pin location, then used an 8-32 machine screw and light taps with a hammer. A slightly opened vise, or the adjustment slot in a Channellock pliers, works well to support the bar). You can then switch from clamp to spreader configuration by simply moving the fixed piece to the other end of the bar, faced in the appropriate direction. In either configuration, you should also use an extra nut and bolt as a retainer at the pistol end of the bar, to keep the pistol assembly from accidentally sliding off the bar. Configured as a spreader, the min/max distance between the pads is about 5-1/8 to 13-1/8 inches.If you do happen to lose the fixed end bolt and nut, they’re an M4x15 flathead metric machine screw and nut, available at any hardware store, so easy to replace. Or put a drop of Loctite on the threads and forget about it. Or welcome the flexibility this offers you to convert between clamp and spreader functions, as described above.The clear plastic packaging of the 4 pack is indeed tough to open. I used a sharp utility knife and a tin snips, and it took me a couple of minutes. Don’t try it with just a pair of household scissors.Some reviewers have reported that the black pads will leave an oily residue on bare wood. The pads do have a “polymer-infused” feel to them, different from the “plasticky rubber” feel of the old yellow pads. It’s not an issue for me, since I’m only using the clamps to hold construction grade lumber while sawing, gluing, etc. and not building furniture pieces. If this is a concern, the pads can be replaced with the yellow ones as noted by another reviewer, or the pads or clamped piece can be protected with tape, card stock, or scrap wood.

  7. Urban Cowboy

    Use these to clamp straight edge for circular saw cutting of plywood, etc. Holds 2×4’s & such for nail/screwing. These are a MUST have for solo projects where holding things in place when an extra set of hands are needed. Also, let these things be your hands in dangerous areas & where precision is needed. These are definitely the right tool for typical home owners for weekend projects. I have 2 sets of these, & sets of 3 footers & even tiny 6″ set for delicate projects like school projects for the kids, etc. Great buy… & I shopped… these are the best price for the product compared to lowes/HD & other online retailers.

  8. Dennis Mountains

    I have several of the original “Quick Clamp” that I bought decades ago. They now appear to be made by Irwin. Although slightly different from the originals, they are just as good. These are the handiest clamps in my shop. Just about any time I’m working in my shop, whether it’s woodworking, electronics, metalworking, or painting, I use these clamps. They are perfect as an extra set of hands to hold something from moving. They are light to medium duty clamps, which is fine for most of the things I do. The ability to put it in place and clamp it tight, all with just one hand, is what makes these so handy.

  9. Book Junkie

    I love these little guys. I had to put up new screen on a covered porch and doing is by myself was almost impossible. One section was 9 foot high and 5 foot wide. I used these to hold the weight of the screen while I fastened the top.They worked like a champ. I also like the fact that there is one small trigger to release them and then another trigger to tighten them up so you can operate them one handed. This is my first project using them and I can think of a dozen other things I can use them for.

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