Our Newest Sponsor


In addition to the Malodorous Mallet Co., we’re pleased to announce this blog is also sponsored by the Hold Harmless Clamp Co., makers of the No Dent Left Behind Squeezy Clamp. Hold Harmless clamps are prized for their patented “Released on their own Recognizance” technology, where the clamp pops open without any assistance whatsoever from the user. Amazing.

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19 Responses to Our Newest Sponsor

  1. Steve S says:

    Can be be bought in matching colors for the restroom walls? 🙂

  2. Geordie Smith says:

    it’s amazing how they shoehorn AI into anything these days; the self release algorithm is finely tuned to release at the most inopportune moment.

  3. asarumcanadensis says:

    Sharp wit is as important as sharp tools. Dearth of both produces despair.

  4. teslabolt77 says:

    These logos would make great vinyl stickers by the way. *nudge nudge

  5. Len Hadley says:

    I have a few of the early prototypes, never fail.

  6. johncashman73 says:

    Hey, I have a bunch of those clamps! I like them. They’re better than those wooden cam action clamps.
    And they aren’t malodorous at all.

  7. tpobrienjr says:

    I read somewhere that such clamps can exert both pressure and force, in Imperial, SAE, and metric units, all simultaneously. They also are Bluetooth enabled, so they can network and bend under peer pressure.

  8. jlindzey says:

    Does Harbor Freight still have the patent on that technology?

  9. Murray Heidt says:

    If clamps have you that frustrated / constipated.
    There’s easily available medication for that, just saying……
    Have a great coming week.

  10. therealdanh says:

    It’s kind of Roy Underhill to share some sponsors with you.

  11. Tom Bittner says:

    This is funny stuff, I have two of them and I have on a couple of occasions (3 times in twenty years) used them to spread 2x4s so I could keep them parallel to block them in…..I rarely do any framing. I should throw them out with one of those stinky hammers I got that’s rotting away. I keep all these sets of tools next to my porter cable biscuit machine.

  12. Richard Clark says:

    It might be a bit far afield from woodworking, but perhaps you should look into sponsorship from the Tate Compass Company. Their immortal motto:

    “He who has a Tate’s is lost.”

  13. jpbturbo says:

    These are so popular that even Peter Follansbee has started using them.

  14. David Wheat says:

    Where can these clamps be found? Curious to learn more

    • Steve C says:

      Why, there’s used ones at LAP. 🙂

      • Please come buy ours.

        • David Wheat says:

          Well, that’s one solution, but you’re a long way from Houston, Texas. However, I will be in southern Indiana mid-June, and may stop by if family obligations permit.

          BTW- love the articles and insight, and covet the products you’re offering.


  15. Thom Eno says:

    Got one. Keep it to remind me.

  16. Ed Furlong says:

    Definite sticker bait!

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