Profi Ski Vise with Vertical Edge Clamps

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MTK 3400

Product Overview

Cap skis, slippery sidewalls, super fat skis, this vise can handle them all. The key feature, and what makes it different from others on the market, is the clever, fully adjustable, "boot dummy" that snaps into the ski binding and is used to secure the ski to the central mount. It also automatically retracts binding brakes and keeps them out of the way. This is seriously a very cool vise, if you're tired of struggling to keep your boards still while you tune or wax look no further!

  • The ski can be positioned base-up or at a 45° angle using the faux-boot to secure it.
  • Includes vertical clamp set.
  • The boot dummy fits Alpine Bindings and Dynafit AT Bindings (the boot dummy has Dynafit attachment holes drilled in)
  • Includes a seperate binding adapter for use with nordic skis with NNN bindings.
  • The tip and tail supports, and central tower attach to the bench with adjustable clamps, but can also be permanently mounted with predrilled holes.
  • Will clamp to benches up to a whopping four-inches thick!
  • Tip and tail support towers are seven-inches tall.
  • Support width on top of tower is 3.25" (85mm)
  • Vise set includes tip and tail supports, vertical clamps, central faux boot attachment, boot dummy, NNN adaptor and 3-bench clamps.


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  • 5
    Suits my needs

    Posted by Arseny on Apr 10, 2020

    I did some downhill ski edge tuning and waxing on it. Really like the way the binding attaches to the middle post to make the ski sit still. The two angles at which the ski can sit on it makes working on both the edges and base really comfortable. My only nitpick is that you have to reposition the middle post when flipping the ski from toe to tail, but it's not a huge deal for me.

    Also, I haven't used any other job-specific vise for this before, so can't compare.

  • 4
    Good overall, not quite tall enough for some bindings

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 01, 2018

    Great concept and executed fairly well. The only flaw I see is that the heel of some bindings prevents them from being mounted in the base-flat configuration because the binding hits the table. For me this happened with Marker Dukes and was pretty close on a few other bindings as well. My workaround was to put 1/2 inch shims under each of the 3 vise components to raise them up. This was a relatively easy fix but it'd be nice if the whole system was just a little taller.

  • 5
    Why pay more?

    Posted by Michael Berke on Oct 26, 2016

    Great vise for both Alpine/XC. I'm really happy with this vise and it seems very durable and well made. I have moved and retightened the clamps many times and they always hold just fine. I have mine set up on a metal folding sawhorse and it works great! I just took it out to use for my second season so glad I have it!

  • 5
    New vise for almost all types of skis

    Posted by Schreck on Nov 27, 2014

    I have had a chance to work on Dynafit lo tech bindings, alpine bindings and XC. This is a nice compromise if you want just one vise set up to work on all types of skis. It is made of plastic parts in places so I cannot speak about the durability yet. So far this early season, so good! Also Tognar Toolworks rocks with excellent service.

  • 5
    Most versatile vice for skis

    Posted by Elizabeth on Jan 10, 2014

    Best, most versatile, less expensive vise I've owned. With a little finess I can use it on my targa telemark bindings too. Secures the skis nicely. Gets ski stops completly out of the way. The faux-boots have to be adjusted every time for a new binding size and everything is plastic, hope it holds up.

  • 5
    Profi vice

    Posted by Bill on Jan 02, 2014

    Profi is German for 'PRO' and with that in mind you can appreciate the thoughtful, economic design that simply and effectively holds your ski firmly in place while tuning. The boot holder is a bit fiddly with a look / rossi binding, and the marker heel bottoms out but minor compared to the monocoque profiles that constantly popped loose. I screwed mine directly to my bench and love it.

  • 5
    Straightforward ski holder

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 26, 2013

    This is a great device for holing skis for tuning. It hold them securely, no need to to try to clamp the sides, and it offers flat, 90 degrees and angle in between. This is the most unique and functional device I have used.