July 25, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros

Rockler Sawhorse Clips for Bench Cookie Plus 43624

Rockler Sawhorse Clips for Bench Cookie Plus 43624

Sometimes it seems as if Rockler releases new products every week – not a bad thing if you’re Rockler and your products are successful. This week, the company announced its Rockler Sawhorse Clips for Bench Cookie Plus Work Grippers. These match a new accessory with their well-known Bench Cookies (item 46902, sold separately). The accessory is a metal spring clip that utilizes pan-head screws to secure the Bench Cookies to saw horses easily and without hassle. The secured Bench Cookie can then allow users to accommodate just about any size or shape of lumber or other workpieces that may be laid across a pair of sawhorses.

Rockler Sawhorse Clips Features

The new Rockler Sawhorse Clips come in packs of four and the four included 5/16″ x 1/2″ pan-head screws fit the threaded insert of the Bench Cookie Plus Work Grippers. The clips are made of black spring steel and are designed to clip over 1-1/2″ thick dimensional lumber.

Rockler Sawhorse Clips Bench Cookie

The new Rockler Sawhorse Clips make a lot of sense and we can see the sense of them, having used the Bench Cookies on several projects involving saw horse. They clips are easy to install and remove, and they hold the Bench Cookie Plus exactly where you want them.

The Rockler Sawhorse Clips for Bench Cookie Plus Work Grippers (43624) retail for $9.99 per 4-pack and are available at Rockler Woodworking and Hardware stores nationwide, Rockler independent resellers, Rockler.com, or from Amazon.com.

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