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SnapRite® Fastener Cloth-to-Cloth is a complete snap fastener for cloth-to-cloth attachment that works with the Sailrite® SnapRite® System. The button rivets to the socket, and the eyelet rivets to the stud. The installed button and socket can then be snapped to the installed eyelet and stud. These marine snaps are made from high-quality nickel-plated brass and are highly resistant to corrosion.
The button in this set is specially designed with a hole in the top for use with the SnapRite System. The SnapRite System is a set of four unique dies that work with a standard rivet gun to install button, socket, stud and eyelet snap fastener components quickly and easily. The SnapRite Dies screw into the nosepiece of a rivet gun and must be used with a SnapRite Mandrel.
These fasteners are excellent for covers, cushions, dodgers and more.
- SnapRite Snap Fastener Button 11/64" Barrel (#104151)
- Snap Fastener Normal Action Socket (#333050)
- Snap Fastener Standard Cloth-to-Cloth Stud (#333100)
- Snap Fastener Eyelet 1/4" (#333555)
|Hardware Material:||Brass, Metal, Nickel Plated|
Works as advertised.
Solid and Dependable Fastening
SnapRite® Fastener Cloth-to-Cloth Set With Buttons (Nickel Plated): I have been working leather projects for decades and had never found a dependable snap fastener until coming across the Sailrite products. They have several choices and good products - I chose the SnapRite System. It did feel a little expensive, buying the dies, mandrels and snap components, but after setting the first snap I KNEW this was a good choice. The first repair was to a sheath snap to replace the original, which had never held well or tightly. The repair was better than getting or making a new sheath. The second repair was to a favorite coat whose zipper had failed and velcro seam seals failed to hold the seam overlap. I reset the closure with snaps and the coat is working better than the original closure system. It opens easily and holds reliably, tightly when closed. With two repairs I have more than paid for all the tools and materials and I have plenty of snaps still to use.