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February 27, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros


CAMO EdgeXMetal Metal Deck Clips

CAMO EdgeXMetal

Camo EdgeXMetal Deck Clips Tighten Up Your Deck Laying

Camo isn’t short on great ideas when it comes to building decks. They’ve got tools for simplifying and straightening deck boards, tools to keep from having to bend over, and innovative fastening solutions that clean up the look of your finished product. The CAMO EdgeXMetal Deck Clips fall into that last camp. In fact, the PTIA folks awarded them a Pro Tool Innovation Award for their efforts.

Camo EdgeXMetal Deck Clips

  • For any angled installation of grooved decking—composite, capped composite, PVC, and hardwood—on metal framing
  • One-pass fastening
  • Works with any 14–18ga metal framing
  • Engages and drives quickly
  • Fasten with the included Never-Miss Guide or with the CAMO Drive stand-up tool
  • Creates 3/16 in. (5mm) gap
  • Available in 90- and 450-packs

Fasten to Metal In One Pass

CAMO EdgeXMetal

CAMO aims to save you time with installs, particularly when it comes to decking on metal framing. The CAMO EdgeXMetal Deck Clips provide a one-pass solution for installing grooved boards on any 14-18ga metal, including Fortress Evolution and Trex Elevations.


The CAMO EdgeXMetal Deck Clips fit into the groove of the board so that you can install your boards at any angle on the joist. The wings secure the clip in the groove of the board so it stays put until you’re ready to fasten it down. It works with grooved composite, grooved capped composite, PVC deck boards, and grooved hardwood.

CAMO makes the clips using a 304 stainless steel gusset to reduce movement while holding the boards down. A 410 stainless steel drill point engages and drives quickly, boring the hole as you drive. It creates a 3/16″ gap, so all your work stays tight and consistent.

The CAMO EdgeXMetal Deck Clips work with the included Never-Miss Guide, or with the CAMO Drive Stand-Up tool for bend-over-less drilling.

Pricing

You can pick up buckets of the Camo EdgeXMetal in two quantities: 90-count and 450-count.

CAMO EdgeXMetal

These deck clips still seem elusive to find at most online retailers, so it’s difficult to nail down a hard and fast pricing structure. However, if they’re similarly priced to some of the other clips in Camo’s Edge Series Clips, you can expect them to retail around $45 dollars for the 90-pack and $200 for the 450-pack.

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