Here is what others have to say about the TIG Finger...

"i will admit i was a little leery about these tig fingers, but glad i went ahead and ordered. got three of them about a week or so ago. they work. what else can i say about them?"



i love the tig finger it works awsome im in college getting ready to do my 6g on 8in schedule 80 and i will be using it like the down and dirty sticker that came with it looks good on my hood 100% worth the money
puremichigan420

I boutght the three pack, still on the first one. I think I'll lose one before I ever wear one out.
DNCII1

I bought through Jody's site and they come in handy all the time. Great product! I gave one to a friend and working on getting the word out to all thanks Jody
1194352

15 bucks well spent, I use the tig finger allmost everyday,sometimes all day... Thank you Jody for the awesome videos..
disgustapated

I have a couple of these that I bought through his site and they come in handy all the time. Great product!
Trutitants

I bought three (and a t-shirt) and couldn't be happier. I weld tubing and it slides really nicely on the surface of the tube. That helps reduce any jerky motions. Great product! And thank you to Jody for all of the fantastic videos and information!
zanconato

they don't really wear out, unless you fray them on sharp edges all day, or you intentionally burn them on glowing hot metal. I have three and I have been using them many months on a daily basis.


I've used the crap out of mine, and I love it. Thanks for all of the helpful videos!
vwangler83

Jody, this is by far one of the best ideas I’ve ever seen for welding. I work with an aircraft maintenance company in Orlando, Florida, and that means A LOT of TIG! I’ve tried the old school trick of cutting a stick glove thumb and putting it on over my pinky… But with all of the aluminum and chrome moly, burns were inevitable and horribly painful. I bought a TIG finger a few months back around Christmas time. By far the best purchase I made in 2011, no more burns for this guy! Thanks so much Jody for all you do, any guy that takes time in his day to share his knowledge, and teach this trade is OK in my book. I wish you the best.

Jody:
My Company is building three SCWO feed skids for the destruction of chemical weapons it has 384 open root but joints both 316L and C276 all requiring 100% RT. I tried to get the company to purchase the welders some of your tig fingers and they would not so I purchased them my self for the welders and they love them. It has also increased there quality and production. i would confidently say it is the best $50.00 I have ever spent. Thank you.



Rudi on September 20, 2011 at 8:27 PM
Hi Jody,

had my TIG fingers delivered a couple o’ weeks ago, and really, they are great. Last week I had to weld a tricky steel frame with a couple of really nasty spots, and those fingers saved my behind. Without them and with only my gloves I would have had to pause every 30 seconds or so in the tight spots, with them I just went through the job like a hot knife through butter. Thanks a lot and keep welding.

Greetings from Berlin, Germany

Rudi


Mike on September 11, 2011 at 10:02 PM
The tig finger is the best thing you can have for welding tubing in racecar chassis !! I have never seen anything work this well, no more hot fingers or bad welds trying to finish in a hot spot this is a great product well worth the money. Love the tips on alu.

Thanks ,
Mike @ Midwest Chassis & Accs.

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MIke Walden on July 31, 2011 at 1:15 AM
Holy Light speed Batman! I just ordered my first Tig Finger and the thing was in my mailbox before the monitor ink was dry on the PayPal payment!! That was some fasssst shipping Jody!

This thing is much heavier and better built that I even imagined. This is not a piece of junk folks. This is quality product!!


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