Written on: 06/07/2008 by knoba (38 reviews written)
Hands free clamping. Good weight and easy to assemble / de-assemble. Compact when folded up and stands upright. Good finish. Excellent clamping potential for work holding. It has large feet which can be stood on to provide extra stability when applying sideways force (very helpful).
I have two and it's just little things really; The rubber jaw faces are starting to fall off now and again on one of them and really need a better system of retaining them. The front leg locks are a bit "heath robbinson" and I would have preferred to see sprung loaded locking pins like on the DeWalt D7023 and a better system for the rear leg too.
The Triton Superjaws SJA200 Workstation is heavy, but you cant have it both ways. Way better than a workmate these Superjaws have really been through the wringer with me over the last year and have performed brilliantly.
One of my Superjaws is starting to lose its grip on the main clamping slide (I have yet to check it out!). Thick gauge metal and strong sections give the tool a lot of strength and durability. Three legs give the tool stability when on uneven ground. Because the legs splay outwards any weight applied to the tool increases its stability.