Robust, powder-coated, all-steel construction for long-lasting service life. Powerful 1000kg/ 2204.62lb clamping force for controlled clamping pressure. Clamping range 0-1000mm / 0-39". Foot-operated clamping allows hands-free operation. Extra-wide tripod base maximises stability for large workpieces.
I work alone this tool is like having an extra person
Superjawray ferreira - 3/5/2020
the perfect tool for clamping African thrones produced in our workshop. Thank you.
African ThronesPaichl - 2/29/2020
This superjaws xxl is a tough bit of kit , fairly easy to assemble and fold and heavy enough to be sturdy . My only gripe was the front legs don't engage in the locked position when folded but a bungee cord has done that
Strong bit of kitJohn McLoughlin - 2/28/2020
Great bit of kit. Easy to use and very good clamping force will keep the work piece dead still.folds down compact to store away. Love the foot lever too, saves you bending down all the time. All in all great addition to my workshop would highly recommend.
Triton super jaws xxlBen rogers - 2/25/2020
I bought recently this portable tool from Triton. Great, simple to use and heavy duty built tool for multi-purpose usage. I do recommend!
Super Jaws XXL Clamping system - Great tool for everybodyRadek Svoboda - 2/20/2020
Purchased for site carpentry, it's like a second pair hands, solidly holds wood while you work.
It is a nice working height so you are not always bending.
It could do with a frame to hold the rear leg while working on a hard surface, not sure if you can get one as an option.
I would recommend this product for anyone requiring a vice like grip to hold materials safe while you work.
Superjaws XXLTim - 2/13/2020
Once I decided on the need of a portable clamping system, I put a great deal of research into finding the best bang for the buck.
I’ve had the SuperJaws XXL for a little over a month and am very satisfied with it.
Not sure how I managed all these years without it.
Super jaws XXLGordon Boardman - 2/5/2020
Bought to replace an old B&D work table and this is in a different league! Solid, clamps awkward shapes and am sure will give years of service. Only minor negative is way legs clip down when folded is not as solid as rest of the build.
SuperclampIan Disley - 12/19/2019
Bought to replace an old WorkMate bench and is clearly in a different league. Also takes up less space in workshop and car when folded. Not used much yet but is solid (heavy) and clamping system is rock solid. Only small criticism is the legs aren’t clipped into place firmly enough when folded. Looking forward to many years of DIY!
Super JawsIan - 12/5/2019
robust and functional product
just a lack of stability on the back feet
very satisfied overall
very usefulWill - 10/22/2019
I have only had my SuperJaws for a short time and only used it three or four times. I really like it! It supports my work well with no wobbling or movement when sawing. If I had one thing I would like to see... It would be nice if it was lighter. It's about 50lbs and it can get tiresome for this old man. It isn't that I can't carry it, it would be more comfortable to do so if it was a little lighter.
Works For Me!Jay Amundson - 9/5/2019
This Superjaws XXL is a fantastic product. I had bought the product as an extension to the bench vise of my workbench, but the multi-functional use of the Superjaws makes my vise unnecessary. With the extreme clamping force you can hold every workpiece while working. And with the large clamping width of 1000mm, a lot is possible. Very happy with my purchase and the fantastic quality of Triton
FantasticSteven - 1/1/2019
I bought the super clamp after considering other “workbenches”. I thought the quality clamping was the best feature. However, an extra bonus has been the tree trunk clamp heads I bought separately which for using my chainsaw on tree trunks is brilliant. Very happy.
Does a great jobBrian Monk - 12/18/2018
Just another great product from a great company
Just a great produktKenneth Larsson - 11/12/2018
WHen I recently received the Superjaws XXL, at first I thought it was an older model. The reason I thought this is that the front leg did not have a foot, thus making it difficult to place on soft ground outdoors. The removal of the foot is, in my opinion a retrograde step. I simply do not understand why Triton would do it. Other that this, the Superjaws XXL is a sturdy device and I look forward to many years of use.