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The product works well for the 3/16 size eyelets, however it's totally no good for 1/8 eyelets. Two reasons - one because in the UK I have searched high and low (and even contacted we are memory keepers) for that sized eyelets and nowhere sells them. I came across one or two non branded packets on amazon which I purchased and even then they are plain silver ones - not even the makers of this tool make 1/8 sized eyelets to buy in the UK!! When pressing the 3/16 eyelets, if u dont have washers and have it on the "no washer" setting, the eyelets look awful- the tool basically splits the eyelet. I always use it on the eyelet/washer settings even without washers because it has a lovely smooth edge that way.
I had wanted one of these for a while and finally invested in one because I knew I would be doing a lot of eyelet setting. It is a very sturdy piece of equipment and because of that it is quite heavy, so if you have any problems with gripping or holding you might want to look for something lighter. Having said that it does what it's supposed to do very well, and I like that the hole punch and eyelet setter are incorporated in the same tool. The rubber handles are removeable and might slip about in frequent use but have not done so yet. The instructions are a bit sparse and repay careful reading - I advise practicing with the tool first before you use it on your project. I had used various eyelet setters in the past so I knew in principle what it was supposed to do and I think that helped. It is worth making sure that the eyelet setter cubes are sitting firmly and correctly in the tool before using, as they are made of plastic and might get damaged if the tool is used while they're slightly out of place. All in all a good solid piece of kit and worth the money if you're going to be setting eyelets a lot. Don't pay full price for it though - wait until there's a discount, as I did.
This is a heavy and bulky tool with illegible markings that had me puzzled as to how it works. The instructions were not much help. Eventually I realised that the home cutting is done at the top of the handles with the eyelet setting done at the nose. Not sure this tool is worth its money. Well one positive is that you can't lose it with it being so big! And I like that I can set the depth for the hole punching. I am curious though how a cheap, lightweight tool would work. Ticket inspectors use them all the time, so probably well. This one gets paper stuck in the punches and I have to use a needle to remove it. I hope I get used to it.
I was making my own wedding invites, and wanted to use gold eyelets to hold the layers together. Easy I thought, but I was wrong.
I bought a cheaper, manual eyelet setter, that came with it's own eyelets and it made me want to cry! The eyelets left a really rough ugly edge, the manual hole punch didn't work etc. I was ready to give up hope, but I thought I'd splurge a little and try this as a last resort. I could always send it back if it was rubbish..
This beauty arrived, and must have been sent by the Gods as it did exactly what I needed effortlessly, and cleanly. An awesome tool which I'm now using for my stationery business. Do not mess around with cheap manual units, if you want a good result, then go for the Crop-A-Dile!
i expected more. this tool does what it says BUT 1. the handles are not stuck on so they constantly turn and slide of whilst using making it very difficult to use. 2. its already got some damage to the black head parts, if the eyelet slips which it can easily do with those stupid handles the eyelet cuts right into the black plastic near the tool heads. if it ends up breaking i am going to be very annoyed. i cannot even glue the handle grippers on myself because the metal is too slippery for the glue to work. so yeh works but these are supposed to be the best brand.
Wow! This is a useful tool. Cut's through items like butter. Very handy to have as a crafter. My only negative comment would be the instructions - or lack of them. It took a bit of fiddling to get it right and I would really advise anyone to make sure they keep the instructions with the tool.
The instructions for this as just SO badly written. Why they haven't addressed this issue before now, I just don't know. Also, the set, as supplied, only works on really small rivets 3/16" and 1/8". I struggled to get it to work properly on fabrics - it made the home for the rivet quite easily but it really did not perform well inserting the rivets. When I purchased this, I had anticipated saying goodbye to the standard 'hammer and rivet tool set' but I think I will be going back to them now! The only good thing I will say is that it really does reduce pressure on your wrists/hands and probably works much better on cards.
Arrived today. Took a little while to work out how it worked as there are several combinations depending on what eyelet is being used which is why I gave it 4 stars for "Easy to Use". However, it's worth reading and, possibly, re-reading the leaflet and maybe finding an on-line tutorial for the right combination for your particular eyelet. It is very sturdy, taking very little effort to squeeze closed.
Unfortunately it didn't work well with the eyelets I had as these didn't have the tiny splits on the rear of the eyelet in order for it to squeeze completely flat. I took a pair of small metal cutter pliers to them making small splits. Worked perfectly and didn't need the back washers at all.
Thought this would be easier than using my eyelet machine to put small 5mm eyelets on roman blinds. Wrong. Instructions are not clear at all. No matter how many times I tried I could not get it to work properly. Gave up in the end and put in draw. Using my proper eyelet machine now even though it has to be set up and the right size dyes changed.