Perma-Grit 8-Piece Tungsten Carbide File Set with Canvas Tool Roll, Fine

Item #: 88776
Our Price $91.95
Our Price $91.95

This popular set of 8 fine Perma-Grit files includes: 1-1/2" wide flat file; 1-1/4" wide internal grit concave file; 1" wide external grit convex file; 3/4" x 3/4", 75 degree angle file; 3/4" diameter external grit tube file; 1/2" diameter external grit tube file; 1/4" diameter round file with handle and 1/4" square file with handle. All files are approx. 9", fine grit (approx. US 120/UK 320). Includes 8-sleeve canvas roll with hook-and-loop closure.

Perma-Grit Abrasive Tools harness the remarkable properties of tungsten carbide to create some of the best tools you'll find anywhere for rapidly sanding, shaping, forming and finishing a wide variety of materials with greater efficiency and durability than conventional abrasive tools. With a hardness approaching that of natural diamonds and greater strength than steel and titanium, the tungsten carbide abrasives used in Perma-Grit tools will not load up or break down, cut equally well in any direction, and will outlast sandpaper and most other abrasive tools thousands of times over. Perma-Grit tools are ideal for use on all woods, glass fiber, carbon fiber, Kevlar, Plexiglas, Lexan, Perspex, acrylics, plastics, polystyrene, ceramics, stone, horn, antler and more. Available in coarse grit (US 60/UK 180), medium grit (US 80/UK 220), and fine grit (US 120/UK 320). Made in England.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, including Wood Dust which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to:

Customer Reviews of This Item Average: 518 Fine (120 Grit) Hand Files in a Red Tool Roll

8 Fine (120 Grit) Hand Files in a Red Tool Roll

Good Solid Files

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I've been on the fence about purchasing these for several months. I finally picked up a set as part of some shop upgrades I've been making. These are good solid files and don't seem to clog easily. The multiple profiles/shapes are pretty handy and seem to cover most situations. The fine grit is a good step between my "standard files" and my diamond files. Although I don't plan to make a common practice of it, I tested them on mild steel and they held up just fine.