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Based on 4 Reviews
Reviewed On: 07/11/2016
It isn't fancy or glamorous, but it does the job. I noticed that it does not fit in the hole in one side of one of my chinrests, but it fit in the hole on the other side. Odd. Worked fine on my new chinrest. Good price.
Yes | 180 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 03/15/2016
It looks like they have updated the picture since the last two reviews. It looks just like it does in the picture. This tool has made my life so much easier as several of my students have had their chin rest fall off. I keep this tool in my case. It doesn't take up much space at all, and it's a huge time saver!
Yes | 261 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 12/23/2010
This chinrest tightener, while inferior to the old brass ones (as in picture), gets the job done. However, it desparately requires some way to fasten it to a chain or lanyard for classroom use. Key rings don't quite work--how hard would it be for the manufacturer to provide a simple chain or metal loop through that tiny hole that is on the tool?
Yes | 531 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 11/24/2008
yeah pretty much a simple tool.works very well, very solid and sturdy. my only complaint is it needs some sort of case/pouch so you can carry it in a case. this picture is deceiving though, it is all silver metal, this pic looks like has wood sides.
Yes | 525 people found this review helpful