Reddit Reddit reviews SE 7924LP Heavy Duty Revolving Leather Punch, Orange, Pack of 1

We found 29 Reddit comments about SE 7924LP Heavy Duty Revolving Leather Punch, Orange, Pack of 1. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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SE 7924LP Heavy Duty Revolving Leather Punch, Orange, Pack of 1
Hardened Punch HeadsPunch Sizes: 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 3.5mm, 4mm and 4.5mmEasy to UseRevolving Head Clicks into PlaceComfortable Grip HandleUsed for Making Holes in Leather Products Like Belts, Watch Bands, Clothing, etc...
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29 Reddit comments about SE 7924LP Heavy Duty Revolving Leather Punch, Orange, Pack of 1:

u/BUDMUTHURFUCKUR · 20 pointsr/funny

Clever died when you used a Hermes belt to try your first punch! Next time spend a few bucks on this

u/killshomophobes · 15 pointsr/keto

Congratulations! You've earned one of these!

u/Pokesteve · 10 pointsr/malefashionadvice

You can buy a cheap rotary punch and do it. It's really easy to use.

u/any_delirium · 9 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

A) I have an awl in my craft kit that I usually use. B) If you have a hammer and nail, you can also use that; put something underneath that won't get damaged. C) They do sell actual leather hole punches for pretty cheap.

u/Loomies · 5 pointsr/headphones

I wanted to give a heads up for those looking to save money with DIY foams. I went through 3 orders of Comply tips over a 3-4 month span. They would literally tear up due to the excess earwax after 2-3 weeks of use(even with the earwax proof version). I got fed up and ordered these

I've been using these DIY tips for a long time and its been amazing.

I've gone through about 8 pairs of DIY foam tips with my Triplefi v10 and still have tons of spare foam tips left.

u/guga31bb · 4 pointsr/Fitness

Using something like this is a lot cheaper than buying new belts. Works great.

u/slugs_instead · 4 pointsr/loseit

Also, you might want to invest in a belt hole punch. They're about $8-10 on amazon, and its way easier than trying to use a drill to make an emergency hole in a belt at 6 am. Ask me how I know.

u/Rrraou · 3 pointsr/keto
u/sneetchbeach · 3 pointsr/moto360

Tried my best to measure with a ruler at work, here's what I found:

  • 10.125 (10 1/8) inches total

  • 9.56 inches from end to end of band (not including metal clasp thing)

  • 8.75 inches from end (not including clasp) to biggest hole

  • Just under 6 inches from end (not including clasp) to smallest hole (bonus for small wristed people)

    Cheap leather hole punch tool if anyone ends up needing to use it, it works well:
u/short_stack · 2 pointsr/short

For belts, have you considered ordering custom-made ones such as from this site? Alternatively there are guides for making your own that can be found in /r/malefashionadvice and it seems to be pretty easy and cost-effective. I also love my leather hole punch, which I got for less than $10 on Amazon. Hope you find that helpful!

u/rk5n · 2 pointsr/goodyearwelt

All you need is a hole punch and an eyelet setter. I use 3/16" eyelets which are a little on the smaller side but still fit most leather laces.

u/medsote · 2 pointsr/Whatisthis

Kind of looks like a leather punch to me.

The one I am linking to rotates, however.

u/smak910 · 2 pointsr/Watches

Hey bud... get one of these for the next time you want to punch a hole in your leather. Not expensive and makes a much cleaner cut for the leather!

u/rtwpsom2 · 2 pointsr/pics

PM me you address and I'll send you one of these.

u/ZeroME · 1 pointr/keto

try this one
leather punch
I bought it about a month ago, did the job well on 4 different belt so far, super easy.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/keto
u/BrokenLink100 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

With one of these

u/maveriq · 1 pointr/keto
u/Demonae · 1 pointr/CCW

Get a leather hole punch for best results, they are cheap. I've cut down a couple belts. Then I just used a pair of good scissors to trim off the excess leather.

u/torrimac · 1 pointr/fitbit

Ideally you should use something like this.

might have to make 2 holes side by side. if you Cut the rubber, it will continue to rip along that cut and tear. If you use a hole punch you are creating a round hole and it has no place to tear.

If you have a farm store or hardware store close by where you live they might have one on the shelf.

u/christoosss · 1 pointr/climbing

I would suggest this kind of device better them knife cause it doesn't tear material as much so holes might stay (read not completely tear) longer.

You can then reinforce holes with this

u/imisstheyoop · 1 pointr/DIY

Nice work, really well done.

Here is an inexpensive punch I have used for years that works well: SE 7924LP Heavy-Duty Leather Hole Punch Tool, 2.0 - 4.5 mm

u/rhill2073 · 1 pointr/loseit

I have a wierd plan (perhaps) to get this and continue to use my belt until I hit my goal weight. I am on my last hole now, after being down to the second to last one on the other end of the belt.

SW: 295, CW: 252, GW: 200

u/avidday · 1 pointr/keto

I got one of these and have used it to make 6 new holes in my belt!

u/silliesandsmiles · 1 pointr/TumblrInAction

You can buy a leather puncher at Hobby Lobby for $20 ($10 if you use a coupon). Here is one for $7 off Amazon. One of the best purchases I've ever made!