• Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
  • Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
  • Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
  • Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
  • Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
  • Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
  • Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
  • Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
  • Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
  • Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
  • Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue
Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue

Yost Tools Vises 445 4.5" Heavy-Duty Utility Combination Pipe and Bench Vise, Blue

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  • Clamp force: 3, 150 lbs. and Torque rating: 73 Ft-Lb
  • Jaw Width: 4. 5" x Jaw Opening: 4" x Throat Depth: 2. 62"
  • Pipe Capacity: 1/8" x 2" Diameter, pipe jaws are cast-in place
  • 360-degree swivel base with (2) lock downs adjusts the direction of the jaws for proper placement
  • High-strength steel bar and 30, 000 psi cast iron vise components
  • Machined steel main screw with rolled threads
  • Replaceable Hardened Steel Serrated (Top) Jaws
  • 0. 43"D x 6. 5"Long handle with rubber bumpers
  • 2. 64" x 2. 52" pounding surface
  • Base mounting tabs: (4) x 7/16"D

Customer Reviews

Best option for the home shop Excellent bench vise. I did a lot of searching for the right vise after buying a Bessey vise for $60 at Home Depot which turned out to be garbage. I read a lot of good reviews about this Yost vise, and am happy to add mine now. Quality and finish is great. Action of jack screw is smooth and doesn't bind. Jaws align perfectly when closed, and jaw mounting screws are recessed below surface. The rotation locking is rock solid, since it snaps into position with a saw-tooth profile in the base. The dual-levers hold everything in place. I use this vise for sawing, filing, etc. and do not have any plans to pound on it, so I can't speak to its impact resistance. But for basic home-shop use (and for the price) this is an excellent vise! 5Great bench vise for the money!I've been looking for a half-decent bench vise for some time. There has always been one of those moments when you say to yourself "man, I wish I had a bench vise to hold onto this piece of wood...... piping.... you get the picture.I've researched various bench vise and wanted something that was both, practical and not too expensive. I dragged my wife out to Home Depot, Lowes, and Harbor Freight to look at options. What is boils down to is this: just how big of a bench vise do you really need and how much money are you willing to spend?I will be the first to profess, I am NOT a mechanic or an expert handyman but rather, just a homeowner who likes to work on things here at the house when I know that I can take on a honey-do task and use this bench vise as a third-hand or arm where necessary. Overall, it's perfect for my needs for light-duty work. It also has an anvil on it so that you can pound away at something so long as it's resting on the anvil.Installation was not too difficult. I tried to match up the holes to a template I downloaded online but found that they did not match. I ended up setting the bench vise where I wanted it to be permanently located and marked the holes in pencil. I then used a 9/16th drill bit and drilled the holes. Afterwards, I then cut two pieces, each about 6" out of a scrap 2X4 to use for a bracket underneath the bench. I drilled the holes accordingly. I then placed the bench vise on top, slid four 1/2" bolts through the base and under the bench, I lined up the two brackets I made into the holes and now, I have a decent set up. I'm very pleased with this bench vise.PROS: Solid, ease of use, rubber washer on each end of the handle, anvilCONS: None noted.5Very nice medium duty vise...This is a quality medium duty vice, though it is listed on the package as a light duty. The weight, 31#, and the construction seems adequate to handle most moderately heavy tasks. As other reviewers have noted, there is a bit of "slop" in the jaws, but they align perfectly as they close. Greasing the Acme threads of the screw will greatly improve the smoothness of opening and closing. They are readily accessible with the vise upside down, before mounting, if you don't want to completely disassemble the vise. Also, as others have noted, there seems to be no reason why the mounting template is not full scale. This would ease mounting substantially. Beware of the Amazon "package deal" with this vise. The set of Lisle Jaw Pads that I received is for a 4 inch, not 5 1/2 inch vise. The other pads included are the correct size.5Replacement for my 40 year-old CraftsmanAfter almost 40 years of use out of my Japan-made Craftsman 391-5180 3.5" bench vise, I finally pushed it too far and stretched the screw and broke the track tracks that the nut slides in. After a bit of research, I decided the Yost 445 4.5" bench vise would be a close replacement.+ The Yost's base spins 360 and has two locking screws - one on each side. The base has detents which help keep it from turning without having to crank down on the locking screws. The Craftsman adjusted less than 180 and had one locking screw with no detents on the base, so you had to make sure the locking screw was VERY tight to prevent the vise from turning.+ The Yost's lead screw has a fairly stiff preload spring. I had to grease both sides of the washer between the handle and the jaw to make it easier to turn. The Craftsman did not have a preload spring - the handle had more play, but there was less friction.- The Yost's screw appears to be cast instead of machined like the Craftsman. (Think Chinese vs. Japanese quality.)- The screw was coated only with light oil. I gave it a good coating of thick grease, which made it easier still to turn.- There's more lateral movement in the Yost's moveable jaw than I expected - about as much as the Craftman had after almost 40 years of use.- The description states, "Rubber washers prevent the handle from unwanted sliding". However, the washers are too loose to stay in place to keep the handle from sliding under its own weight.I'm sure it'll do what I need it to do, but something tells me it won't last as long or withstand the abuse that the Craftsman put up with over the decades!Why did I not buy another Craftsman - specifically the 51854 - since I have more bad than good to say about the Yost? I don't know. Sears seems to be going downhill fast and I'm not sure they'll be around to honor the warranty if I needed it. Both vises are very similar with the exception that the Yost has a better swivel. The capability, size, weight, price, and warranty are virtually the same.4not very strongI used a hammer to get just a little over hand tight to hold something in the vise, which bent the casting. For A** covering purposes Yost recommends not doing this obviously. The thing is that any old Wilton or Craftsman vise can take an absolute beating, to the point the handle might even bend/break, and still be perfectly fine. I've seen guys use mini sledge's on the handles and clamped work pieces of Wiltons and the vice isn't even phased by it. But i use a small hammer to try and get that extra 1/8th turn and the casting bends? Is this made of cheese? Save your money buy a real vise like a wilton1Nice moderate duty vise (4.5")This is a great vise for your garage or basement work bench. It is heavy duty enough to confidently handle moderate jobs and some nice features to make it versatile. The 360 swivel is great, and as other reviewers have stated, these now ship with tie downs on both sides. This allows you to swivel and lock into place without and give. The notches under the jaws also securely hold pipes for cutting. When mounting you will need to be right on the end of the table in order for the fixed jaw to be past your table edge to allow clamped items to go to the floor.To confirm for other viewers, the vise is sold by a Michigan company but manufactured and shipped from China. However, the materials are all very sturdy and it does not feel cheap or flimsy. I secured to the bench with 3/8" bolts, using a washer, locking washer and lock nut under the bench. The holes will snugly fit a 1/2" bolt. The directions provide some recommended under mount support.5very good for the $Happy overall; but like everyone else said, it has a little looseness at the movable jaw until you begin to clamp something, be careful & you can feel within reason how much clamping pressure you have on the object.Don't forget to grease the screw going through the vise & it will help.Have hammered pretty hard on it & tight clamped a few things, I will keep it.For the mechanic/home owner this is perfect for the $ spent.If I were in a fabrication or machine shop I would definitely buy the solid steel vise from the same manufacturer for the extra $ 25.4Good Value for the PriceWent back and forth on several vises - in different price ranges, different sizes, different brands. Finally pulled the trigger on this 6.5" Yost model #465. After several months of use I feel I made the right choice. It is heavy-duty enough of a vise for me and is a good value for the price. Blue finish is nice and after applying a lil grease to all moving parts it cycles very firm and smooth without any major play. Bolted it to the corner of my garage's work bench. Was worried it might be too big but honestly it is perfect and glad I went with the bigger 6.5" size. One feature I really like about this vise is it has two hold-downs to prevent the base from swiveling. Other vices I have owned I have had to crank down the single clamp and they always seemed to want to move under fairly heavy pressure. The two clamps seem to solve that issue. Jaws are 6.5" wide. You can open the jaws up to 6" (I marked the vice with a white line to prevent going past that. It will open to about 6.5" but will be on the last threads and may damage the vice if you really have to crank it down. I included photos with measurements to help with size perspective. Hard shopping online for things of this nature and not being able to physically see/hold the item. Mt Dew not included with vise. The box the vise came in was double walled and vise arrived undamaged. Hope this review & the pictures help!5DO NOT BUY...light use ONLYIt worked fine for a few months in my home garage but the clip that holds the spring to push the jaws apart broke. No customer service help as of now. I will edit later if the issue is resolvedUPDATE; Pat at Yost vises contacted me and was able to provide a diagram of the potential issue. I still give it a three star rating because of the repairs needed within the first year of service. I guess I expected more quality of a US companyUPDATE 4/19/19 After finally being able to dive into the vise, i removed it from the bench to see what the issue might be and noticed the spring flopping around. I opted to buy an old school american vise and throw the yost in the scrap bin. This vice is not adequate for anything more than very light use in my opinion. Save yourself the time and money and buy a better vise from the start. The gentleman who contacted me was also extremely aggressive in trying to get me to take down my review so there is that too. Good luck!3Not made to take a beatingthis vise has worked OK but not without some disappointment. I have used the anvil on this vise a lot and there were some times when i tightened the jaws very tight. After only a few months of use or a few dozen uses the vise's gripping jaws are no longer parallel. the stationary one is still at 90 degrees but the moving one is at about 100 degrees so it doesnt grip things the way it should anymore. it looks silly and functions worse. also the anvil is made of soft steel so it dents way too easily. if you want a light-medium duty vise that you occasionally use, this should be fine for you. but if i get a vise, I want to be able to hammer things on it with no worries, and this is not the vise for that.2Absolutely great!!I have had this vise for a couple months now and I have put it to the limits yet it has stayed in one piece!!! I do quite a bit of metal work so having a good vise on my steel bench is a must. Just couldn't be happier with it I have had heavy steel only clamped on one side and wondering if it will break when I really crank down on it and nope just grabs harder!! Great swivel locks too they haven't moved even moved my bench from side bending steel but never slipped the vice!! Great vice for the price and I would go with this brand again!!! Thank you!5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
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Description
  • Clamp force: 3, 150 lbs. and Torque rating: 73 Ft-Lb
  • Jaw Width: 4. 5" x Jaw Opening: 4" x Throat Depth: 2. 62"
  • Pipe Capacity: 1/8" x 2" Diameter, pipe jaws are cast-in place
  • 360-degree swivel base with (2) lock downs adjusts the direction of the jaws for proper placement
  • High-strength steel bar and 30, 000 psi cast iron vise components
  • Machined steel main screw with rolled threads
  • Replaceable Hardened Steel Serrated (Top) Jaws
  • 0. 43"D x 6. 5"Long handle with rubber bumpers
  • 2. 64" x 2. 52" pounding surface
  • Base mounting tabs: (4) x 7/16"D
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Best option for the home shop Excellent bench vise. I did a lot of searching for the right vise after buying a Bessey vise for $60 at Home Depot which turned out to be garbage. I read a lot of good reviews about this Yost vise, and am happy to add mine now. Quality and finish is great. Action of jack screw is smooth and doesn't bind. Jaws align perfectly when closed, and jaw mounting screws are recessed below surface. The rotation locking is rock solid, since it snaps into position with a saw-tooth profile in the base. The dual-levers hold everything in place. I use this vise for sawing, filing, etc. and do not have any plans to pound on it, so I can't speak to its impact resistance. But for basic home-shop use (and for the price) this is an excellent vise! 5Great bench vise for the money!I've been looking for a half-decent bench vise for some time. There has always been one of those moments when you say to yourself "man, I wish I had a bench vise to hold onto this piece of wood...... piping.... you get the picture.I've researched various bench vise and wanted something that was both, practical and not too expensive. I dragged my wife out to Home Depot, Lowes, and Harbor Freight to look at options. What is boils down to is this: just how big of a bench vise do you really need and how much money are you willing to spend?I will be the first to profess, I am NOT a mechanic or an expert handyman but rather, just a homeowner who likes to work on things here at the house when I know that I can take on a honey-do task and use this bench vise as a third-hand or arm where necessary. Overall, it's perfect for my needs for light-duty work. It also has an anvil on it so that you can pound away at something so long as it's resting on the anvil.Installation was not too difficult. I tried to match up the holes to a template I downloaded online but found that they did not match. I ended up setting the bench vise where I wanted it to be permanently located and marked the holes in pencil. I then used a 9/16th drill bit and drilled the holes. Afterwards, I then cut two pieces, each about 6" out of a scrap 2X4 to use for a bracket underneath the bench. I drilled the holes accordingly. I then placed the bench vise on top, slid four 1/2" bolts through the base and under the bench, I lined up the two brackets I made into the holes and now, I have a decent set up. I'm very pleased with this bench vise.PROS: Solid, ease of use, rubber washer on each end of the handle, anvilCONS: None noted.5Very nice medium duty vise...This is a quality medium duty vice, though it is listed on the package as a light duty. The weight, 31#, and the construction seems adequate to handle most moderately heavy tasks. As other reviewers have noted, there is a bit of "slop" in the jaws, but they align perfectly as they close. Greasing the Acme threads of the screw will greatly improve the smoothness of opening and closing. They are readily accessible with the vise upside down, before mounting, if you don't want to completely disassemble the vise. Also, as others have noted, there seems to be no reason why the mounting template is not full scale. This would ease mounting substantially. Beware of the Amazon "package deal" with this vise. The set of Lisle Jaw Pads that I received is for a 4 inch, not 5 1/2 inch vise. The other pads included are the correct size.5Replacement for my 40 year-old CraftsmanAfter almost 40 years of use out of my Japan-made Craftsman 391-5180 3.5" bench vise, I finally pushed it too far and stretched the screw and broke the track tracks that the nut slides in. After a bit of research, I decided the Yost 445 4.5" bench vise would be a close replacement.+ The Yost's base spins 360 and has two locking screws - one on each side. The base has detents which help keep it from turning without having to crank down on the locking screws. The Craftsman adjusted less than 180 and had one locking screw with no detents on the base, so you had to make sure the locking screw was VERY tight to prevent the vise from turning.+ The Yost's lead screw has a fairly stiff preload spring. I had to grease both sides of the washer between the handle and the jaw to make it easier to turn. The Craftsman did not have a preload spring - the handle had more play, but there was less friction.- The Yost's screw appears to be cast instead of machined like the Craftsman. (Think Chinese vs. Japanese quality.)- The screw was coated only with light oil. I gave it a good coating of thick grease, which made it easier still to turn.- There's more lateral movement in the Yost's moveable jaw than I expected - about as much as the Craftman had after almost 40 years of use.- The description states, "Rubber washers prevent the handle from unwanted sliding". However, the washers are too loose to stay in place to keep the handle from sliding under its own weight.I'm sure it'll do what I need it to do, but something tells me it won't last as long or withstand the abuse that the Craftsman put up with over the decades!Why did I not buy another Craftsman - specifically the 51854 - since I have more bad than good to say about the Yost? I don't know. Sears seems to be going downhill fast and I'm not sure they'll be around to honor the warranty if I needed it. Both vises are very similar with the exception that the Yost has a better swivel. The capability, size, weight, price, and warranty are virtually the same.4not very strongI used a hammer to get just a little over hand tight to hold something in the vise, which bent the casting. For A** covering purposes Yost recommends not doing this obviously. The thing is that any old Wilton or Craftsman vise can take an absolute beating, to the point the handle might even bend/break, and still be perfectly fine. I've seen guys use mini sledge's on the handles and clamped work pieces of Wiltons and the vice isn't even phased by it. But i use a small hammer to try and get that extra 1/8th turn and the casting bends? Is this made of cheese? Save your money buy a real vise like a wilton1Nice moderate duty vise (4.5")This is a great vise for your garage or basement work bench. It is heavy duty enough to confidently handle moderate jobs and some nice features to make it versatile. The 360 swivel is great, and as other reviewers have stated, these now ship with tie downs on both sides. This allows you to swivel and lock into place without and give. The notches under the jaws also securely hold pipes for cutting. When mounting you will need to be right on the end of the table in order for the fixed jaw to be past your table edge to allow clamped items to go to the floor.To confirm for other viewers, the vise is sold by a Michigan company but manufactured and shipped from China. However, the materials are all very sturdy and it does not feel cheap or flimsy. I secured to the bench with 3/8" bolts, using a washer, locking washer and lock nut under the bench. The holes will snugly fit a 1/2" bolt. The directions provide some recommended under mount support.5very good for the $Happy overall; but like everyone else said, it has a little looseness at the movable jaw until you begin to clamp something, be careful & you can feel within reason how much clamping pressure you have on the object.Don't forget to grease the screw going through the vise & it will help.Have hammered pretty hard on it & tight clamped a few things, I will keep it.For the mechanic/home owner this is perfect for the $ spent.If I were in a fabrication or machine shop I would definitely buy the solid steel vise from the same manufacturer for the extra $ 25.4Good Value for the PriceWent back and forth on several vises - in different price ranges, different sizes, different brands. Finally pulled the trigger on this 6.5" Yost model #465. After several months of use I feel I made the right choice. It is heavy-duty enough of a vise for me and is a good value for the price. Blue finish is nice and after applying a lil grease to all moving parts it cycles very firm and smooth without any major play. Bolted it to the corner of my garage's work bench. Was worried it might be too big but honestly it is perfect and glad I went with the bigger 6.5" size. One feature I really like about this vise is it has two hold-downs to prevent the base from swiveling. Other vices I have owned I have had to crank down the single clamp and they always seemed to want to move under fairly heavy pressure. The two clamps seem to solve that issue. Jaws are 6.5" wide. You can open the jaws up to 6" (I marked the vice with a white line to prevent going past that. It will open to about 6.5" but will be on the last threads and may damage the vice if you really have to crank it down. I included photos with measurements to help with size perspective. Hard shopping online for things of this nature and not being able to physically see/hold the item. Mt Dew not included with vise. The box the vise came in was double walled and vise arrived undamaged. Hope this review & the pictures help!5DO NOT BUY...light use ONLYIt worked fine for a few months in my home garage but the clip that holds the spring to push the jaws apart broke. No customer service help as of now. I will edit later if the issue is resolvedUPDATE; Pat at Yost vises contacted me and was able to provide a diagram of the potential issue. I still give it a three star rating because of the repairs needed within the first year of service. I guess I expected more quality of a US companyUPDATE 4/19/19 After finally being able to dive into the vise, i removed it from the bench to see what the issue might be and noticed the spring flopping around. I opted to buy an old school american vise and throw the yost in the scrap bin. This vice is not adequate for anything more than very light use in my opinion. Save yourself the time and money and buy a better vise from the start. The gentleman who contacted me was also extremely aggressive in trying to get me to take down my review so there is that too. Good luck!3Not made to take a beatingthis vise has worked OK but not without some disappointment. I have used the anvil on this vise a lot and there were some times when i tightened the jaws very tight. After only a few months of use or a few dozen uses the vise's gripping jaws are no longer parallel. the stationary one is still at 90 degrees but the moving one is at about 100 degrees so it doesnt grip things the way it should anymore. it looks silly and functions worse. also the anvil is made of soft steel so it dents way too easily. if you want a light-medium duty vise that you occasionally use, this should be fine for you. but if i get a vise, I want to be able to hammer things on it with no worries, and this is not the vise for that.2Absolutely great!!I have had this vise for a couple months now and I have put it to the limits yet it has stayed in one piece!!! I do quite a bit of metal work so having a good vise on my steel bench is a must. Just couldn't be happier with it I have had heavy steel only clamped on one side and wondering if it will break when I really crank down on it and nope just grabs harder!! Great swivel locks too they haven't moved even moved my bench from side bending steel but never slipped the vice!! Great vice for the price and I would go with this brand again!!! Thank you!5
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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