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    I just received and installed a QuickLever clamp handle from Mike's Workshop.

    I believe it is a very good product especially for, should I say, more mature

    scrollers. For anyone that suffers from arthritis or weakness in their hands

    this is a great product. One of the great features is after you tighten the

    clamp on the blade you can adjust the handle to any position you like.

    For doing fretwork you are bound to have less soreness or fatique.

    I'm giving the QuickLever a up.
    Stoney aka Al

    This gettin old stuff ain't for sissies!

  • #2
    Naner, naner, naner, I told you so. Great toy....
    Chuck D

    When a work lifts your spirits and inspires bold and noble thoughts in you, do not look for any other standard to judge by: the work is good, the product of a master craftsman.
    Jean De La Bruyere...

    Hegner 18, Delta p-20, Griz 14 inch Band saw


    • #3
      Hey Stoney, how bout a pic of this quick lever. What part of MI are you from. Saginaw Valley N for me.

      Thanks, Gordie


      • #4
        Hi Gordie,

        Click on this and you can see it:
        New Products

        FD Mike
        SD Mike


        • #5
          I agree Al. I have been using the Quick Lever for many years and like it.


          • #6
            Bought the lever from Mike a year ago and was very happy with the ease of using it, but I ran into a problem with blades breaking at the top. Oh yea I use a Hegner. Well long story short I was cranking the lever way to much which put a small indintation from the lever screw which in turn weakened that part of the blade. Since then I have went back to Hegner's original silver round knob. Works great and doesn't need much cranking power.
            Go Roll Tide.... Danny :+}


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