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Hosaluk Handle Insert

Hosaluk Handle Insert
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    Hosaluk Handle Insert


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      Why is it that about the time your favorite tool reaches the perfect length, it's too short? Fact is, most tools are thrown out long before they are worn out. In addition, tools are easiest to use when the blade is just long enough to get the job done. Hosaluk™ Handle Inserts let you enjoy the look and feel of traditional wood handles while allowing you to adjust the blade length to suit your needs. This not only results in better tool control, it saves you money by not throwing away tools before they are worn out. The depth of the hole in the handle determines blade adjustability.
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    Great for making tool handles

    Comments On Mar 12, 2018:I have made four handles for my shop. The Hosaluk insert works well and holds the tools firmly.

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    Great for making you own Handles

    Comments On Jan 19, 2018:I have used the 3/8, 1/2, and 5/8. I like to turn my own handles and use these on my unhanded tools. I purchase unhanded tools and mount them in the handles I have made. It is also nice to take tools apart and haul them to a new turning class.

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    Excellent Insert

    Comments On Dec 01, 2016:Did exactly what I needed, has held up for six months with regular use on my handle. No complaints.

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    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

    These are great - easy handle

    Comments On Dec 15, 2013:I like to make my own turning tools and the hosaluk handles and inserts make it easy to make a handle for experimenting with your on shop-made tools.

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