13 Best Spring Hose Clamps

List Updated November 2022

Bestselling Spring Hose Clamps in 2022


Hilitchi 72 pcs Spring Band Type Action Fuel/Silicone Vacuum Hose Pipe Clamp Low Pressure Air Clip Clamp (10 x 7mm 10mm 11mm 14mm 16mm 17mm)

Hilitchi 72 pcs Spring Band Type Action Fuel/Silicone Vacuum Hose Pipe Clamp Low Pressure Air Clip Clamp (10 x 7mm 10mm 11mm 14mm 16mm 17mm)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022
  • High Quality Spring Clips for hose air hose, water pipe, automotive fuel line, silicone hose, etc.
  • Material: 65Mn Spring Steel
  • Packing Quantity: 72pcs, 6 sizes, each size 12pcs
  • Package Included: 10 x 7mm, 10 x 10mm, 10 x 11mm, 10 x 14mm, 10 x 16mm, 10 x 17mm
  • Organized Within A Convenient Plastic Storage Case, Plastic Box Can Be Reused

Hilitchi 120 Pcs Spring Band Type Action Fuel/Silicone Vacuum Hose Pipe Clamp Low Pressure Air Clip Clamp (10 x 7mm 10mm 11mm 14mm 16mm 17mm)

Hilitchi 120 Pcs Spring Band Type Action Fuel/Silicone Vacuum Hose Pipe Clamp Low Pressure Air Clip Clamp (10 x 7mm 10mm 11mm 14mm 16mm 17mm)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • High Quality Spring Clips for hose air hose, water pipe, automotive fuel line, silicone hose, etc.
  • Material: 65Mn Spring Steel
  • Packing Quantity: 120pcs, 6 sizes, each size 20pcs
  • Package Included: 10 x 7mm, 10 x 10mm, 10 x 11mm, 10 x 14mm, 10 x 16mm, 10 x 17mm
  • Organized Within A Convenient Plastic Storage Case, Plastic Box Can Be Reused

Outlaw Racing OR2089 15Pc Motorcycle ATV Fuel Line Hose Tube Spring Clips Clamp

Outlaw Racing OR2089 15Pc Motorcycle ATV Fuel Line Hose Tube Spring Clips Clamp
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • 15 piece hose clamp kit. Includes 5 - 11mm, 5 - 9mm and 5 - 7.5mm clamps.

Eowpower 120Pcs Spring Clips Fuel Hose Line Water Pipe Air Tube Clamps Fasteners Assortment Kit

Eowpower 120Pcs Spring Clips Fuel Hose Line Water Pipe Air Tube Clamps Fasteners Assortment Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Fit for hose air hose, water pipe, silicone hose, automotive fuel line, etc.
  • Material: spring steel 65Mn
  • Package Quantity: 120Pcs(6 differrent sizes,each 20Pcs)
  • Fit Hose Diameter: 7mm 10mm 11mm 14mm 16mm 17mm
  • Packed in a plastic box

VORCOOL 60pcs 7mm, 10mm, 11mm, 14mm, 16mm, 17mm Spring Clips Fuel Hose Line Water Pipe Air Tube Clamps Fasteners

VORCOOL 60pcs 7mm, 10mm, 11mm, 14mm, 16mm, 17mm Spring Clips Fuel Hose Line Water Pipe Air Tube Clamps Fasteners
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • 60pcs spring clips in 10 differrent sizes will be sold together.
  • Material: high quality spring steel 65Mn.
  • Size: 7mm, 10mm, 11mm, 14mm, 16mm, 17mm in inner diameter.
  • Fit for hose air hose, water pipe, fuel line, silicone hose, etc.

Ohaha 120pcs Spring Clips Fuel Hose Line Water Pipe Air Tube Clamps Fasteners(5mm,7mm,10mm,12mm,16mm,20mm)

Ohaha 120pcs Spring Clips Fuel Hose Line Water Pipe Air Tube Clamps Fasteners(5mm,7mm,10mm,12mm,16mm,20mm)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • 120pcs spring clips in 6 differrent sizes will be sold together.
  • Material: high quality spring steel 65Mn.
  • Fit for air hose tube, water pipe, fuel pipe, silicone vacuum hose, etc
  • Size: 5mm, 7mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm, 20mm in inner diameter.
  • Package Including:40pcs-5mm,30pcs-7mm,20pcs-10mm,10pcs-12mm,10pcs-16mm,10pcs-20mm.

Drake Off Road 1745D Hose Clamp Pliers Set - 2 Piece

Drake Off Road 1745D Hose Clamp Pliers Set - 2 Piece
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Drake off road tools includes a cross slotted jaw pliers and a wide, flat band hose clamp pliers
  • Services most ring-type or flat-band hose clamps
  • Clamps are held open with a ratchet locking mechanism
  • Jaws swivel to access hose clamps in any position

10 Constant Tension Band Hose Clamps 7/8" - 1"

10 Constant Tension Band Hose Clamps 7/8
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022

Hilitchi 250-Pcs [10 Size] Fuel Line Hose Tubing Spring Clips Clamps Assortment Kit for Motorcycle Scooter ATV - [5~14mm]

Hilitchi 250-Pcs [10 Size] Fuel Line Hose Tubing Spring Clips Clamps Assortment Kit for Motorcycle Scooter ATV - [5~14mm]
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022

5 Constant Tension Band Hose Clamps 1-15/32" - 1-3/4"

5 Constant Tension Band Hose Clamps 1-15/32
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022

100 Pcs Spring Band Type Clamps Vacuum Fuel Hoses Line, Pipe Tube Clamp Fasteners Assortment Kit, 6/7/8/9/10/11/12/13/14/15mm

100 Pcs Spring Band Type Clamps Vacuum Fuel Hoses Line, Pipe Tube Clamp Fasteners Assortment Kit, 6/7/8/9/10/11/12/13/14/15mm
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2022
  • High precision spring band type clips for hose air hose, water pipe, automotive fuel line, silicone hose, etc.
  • Packing Quantity: 100pieces, 10 sizes, each size 10 pieces.
  • Fit Hose Diameter: 6mm 7mm 8mm 9mm 10mm 11mm 12mm 13mm 14mm 15mm.
  • Material: Steel Zinc Plated, Comes with a zinc plated screw and a steel nut.
  • Small for tight fitting spots; Precision design, with a high degree of sealing, polished smooth of the surface, prevent damage to the pipeline effectively.

IRWIN Tools VISE-GRIP Pliers, Hose Clamp, 8-inch (1773627)

IRWIN Tools VISE-GRIP Pliers, Hose Clamp, 8-inch (1773627)
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2022
  • Features durable nickel chromium steel construction.
  • The ProTouch grips provide extra comfort and reduce hand fatigue.
  • Machined jaws provide maximum gripping strength. Induction hardened cutting edge stays sharp longer.
  • Jaws are designed to easily install or remove wire spring tension clamps and the Pliers also have a wire shearing feature.

Northeast Fasteners Spring Hose and Tube Clamp Assortment, 120 Piece Steel Multi Diameter Color Coded Spring Action Clamp Kit with Plastic Organizer

Northeast Fasteners Spring Hose and Tube Clamp Assortment, 120 Piece Steel Multi Diameter Color Coded Spring Action Clamp Kit with Plastic Organizer
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2022
  • Spring Action Hose Clamp Assortment - 120 Pieces
  • Sizes: 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16 inch outside diameter
  • High quality, heat treated spring steel
  • Includes 6 hole plastic organizer which closes securely with two snaps
  • The handy storage organizer prevents mixing of the compartments once the box is closed

Little Champ

Eclampsia is an acute complication of pregnancy. It is also known as Hypertension of pregnancy and occurs in one out of every 3,000 pregnancies. At risk in the womb is a baby threatened to be prematurely delivered.

LITTLE CHAMP

Eclampsia is an acute complication of pregnancy. It is also known as Hypertension of pregnancy and occurs in one out of every 2,000 to 3,000 pregnancies. My eldest daughter Mimay had this condition when she carried her second child and it shook everyone in the family because at risk in her womb was a baby girl threatened to be prematurely delivered. I noticed that she has bloated, that gave her a hard time moving around. Her face was swollen and pale. I thought it was time she should be seen by her obstetrician because I knew that wasn't normal.

It was alarming because everything happened so fast. During her 26th week she complained of numbness on her left arm and experienced nausea. She was given mild treatment for hypertension because of her pregnancy. On the 27th week, she complained of severe headache and was admitted to the hospital for preeclampsia. I was all fours on everything Mimay needed during her confinement. I was advised to stay watchful on her vital signs and would report all observations to the nearest nurse's station. Although doctors kept all eyes on her, eclampsia struck. Her headache worsened. She screamed in excruciating pain, prompting nurses to respond, at lightning speed. A dose of magnesium sulfate was immediately administered to reduce her seizures and doctors made a heart stopping announcement. The baby has to be delivered as soon as possible or both lives would be at stake.

At that moment, I had to gather all the strength I have left. After eight long sleepless nights, I knew there would no longer be sleeping at all. I was anticipating two patients to look after and I felt all burned out. I had to eat because I needed a lot of energy but could not taste the food. Only coffee relieved me from stress and fatigue as it was always available at the vending machine next to my daughter's room. I called up my second daughter Negii for fresh clothes and asked her to send news to close relatives and friends hoping for anything they might help us with. I was about to have another cup of coffee when my sister in law appeared at the hospital lobby with her husband and son. Everyone expressed disbelief about what had just happened to Mimay, who was then brought to the delivery room. However, my sister in law offered some help. That was what we needed at this crucial stage in our lives. To feel that everyone cares is the best relief ever.

We sat in deafening silence outside the delivery room. It was a long wait. Sometimes I stood up and checked my watch. There was nothing we could even talk about. An hour has passed, I heard my sister in law mutter a prayer at the end of the bench. I sat beside her and then I saw my son Drew approaching with a bag of burgers and canned drinks. The smell of food made me realize I was hungry. We were all hungry. Without a word, we just ate and waited. Then a phone call from my youngest daughter broke the silence. She asked what she needed to bring to the hospital and I just gave her a brief instruction. Another half an hour had passed when the doctor who handled the operation came out to the waiting area. Still in her mask, she looked down to where we were all sitting, looked at us blankly, and without any word, walked away slowly. None of us had the courage to inquire. Instead, we found ourselves questioning each other in silence. My sister in law gave me a hug, rubbed my back but I didn't like what I was about to feel. Her husband came to us and whispered, "God said everything will be fine."

Another guy in a lab gown and mask came out of the operating room. This time he was a more relaxed and cheerful one. He popped his face out from his mask and said, "You've got a tiny girl". The news seemed to process in my mind a little slow before I realize what I have just heard.

"Hallelu…!" I was about to jump with joy when my phone rang again.

Because it was an untimely birth, we haven't prepared a single diaper for the baby. Fortunately, a cousin with older babies has offered to hand us down all newborn baby clothes, diapers, wraps and blankets.

Overwhelmed by the out-pour of assistance, we missed the bassinet that carried the little angel we were waiting for. We haven't noticed the nurse who brought the baby from the delivery room to the nursery room. We did not even notice any sign of a baby because she was so little. Only when Negii blurted, "I think that was Mimay's baby!" that we realized she has delivered, and both mother and daughter are safe at last.

August 13, 2020 at 10:15 P.M., Jace was born via cesarean section. There were no clothes ready for the little poor thing. Thickly wrapped in green hospital sheets to keep her warm, she weighed only 1.3 kg. Consumed by joy, there were six of us tailing each other, rushing to the nursery room to meet and greet the new member of the family. At the viewing area, a nurse pointed to a corner where all we could see were green sheets rolled into a large ball under a drop light.

"Isn't she supposed to be in an incubator? Why is she out there?" Wondering, my sister in law, with some medical knowledge, questioned the nurse on duty. Feeling sorry, the nurse explained that the hospital only had two working incubators. Newborn preemies took turns to the use of the equipment. That due to this situation, two other newly delivered mothers have decided to transfer to another hospital where an incubator is available. Convinced that that was the best thing to do, we all agreed, with the approval of the pediatrics head, to make an urgent arrangement with the nearest hospital where little Jace would be accommodated. We would never want our little angel spend a night under a drop light that cannot guarantee safety and proper heat that she needed. Upon completion of necessary release papers from Baguio General Hospital, little Jace was transported to Sacred Heart Hospital where an incubator was reserved upon our urgent request.

Little Jace , born too soon, had to be away from her mom, too soon.

It tore our hearts to watch the little baby girl being wheeled into an ambulance and just helplessly look at it disappear with its siren. My son Drew volunteered to accompany Jace and the medical team to assure proper endorsement.

I had to rush to Sacred Heart Hospital after making sure Mimay is ok. Her sisters agreed to look after her for me to have time for Jace at the other hospital. My sister in law, with her husband, drove me there after a little turnover of duties.

I was given access to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit being the closest keen. There I saw Jace ,laid still in an incubator . I couldn't fight back my tears at the sight if her faintness. She was so small and skinny. Just as long as a wine bottle. Her arms were as thin as my thumb and the smallest diaper wrapped her to the chest. I moved closer, eager to hold her with a feeling like she was safer in my arms than in the incubator. But all I can do for the moment was to let the doctors and nurses do their job. Through a tube, Jace fed well but Mimay produced so little breast milk. From BGH, she had to extract milk from her breast to be brought to SHH. Because Jace consumed the milk fast, we had to look for another lactating mother whose breast milk overflowed. We found one mother at the maternity ward who was able to give us 3 ounces, enough to feed Jace for 9 hours. Another mother, next to that donor was also kind enough to donate 2 ounces.Her pediatrician told me that she needed to gain at least 300grams more before we could take her home. An ideal weight foe a bigger chance of survival.

Jace was a healthy baby. But her lungs, being under developed without the active substance called surfactant that serves to maintain stable lung tissues, are too weak. She was said to be most likely prone to respiratory distress syndrome. I just stood by the incubator, helpless and confused. Too many questions rush into my mind while looking at the tiny, pale figure entangled with different tubes attached to her.

After six weeks of incubation, Jace has progressed a little. She gained 200 grams and her skin was now glowing. And after a week of rooming and monitoring, Jace and her mom were finally home.

Jace was an angel in the house. Everything had to be carefully done for her. Strict sanitation was necessary as advised by pediatricians and we had to keep kin eyes on her surroundings. Temperature was closely monitored because the room should not go below 30 degrees. A drop light was fixed beside her crib to keep her always warm.

Two weeks went normal until we noticed there was something wrong. She cried in a difficult manner. A sound of pain. We worried about it for two nights. I propped her with thicker and warmer blankets and pressed her close to my chest to give her a womb like feel. Stroking her back I could feel her difficult breathing. I rocked her for a while until she fell into a sound sleep.

The next morning, she had the same crying sound but fed quite well. Mimay was cradling her when in a loud shaking voice, she called out, "she's not breathing!" Negii and I jumped to our feet frightened. I tried to be calm and took the baby. I saw her eyes dilating and she had turned white, her lips were purple and she wasn't moving. We all started crying but we had to handle the situation with presence of mind. While Mimay pulled few things from the room, I ordered Negii to call a cab. Luckily, a neighbor who owned a cab was just sipping coffee by his front door. He left his coffee behind and drove us to the hospital as fast as he could, blowing his horn at every vehicle that blocked our way. In the cab, I found myself screaming while trying to perform CPR, not even sure whether I am doing the right thing or not. "Come on baby, breath!" I blew air into her mouth while pumping her small chest over and over. Mimay cried in panic beside me, watching what I was doing while Negii, sitting beside the driver buried her face in her hands sobbing. "Breath, baby, breath!" I kept breathing into Jace's mouth. Then as we approached the Hospital entrance, Jace cried. "Jesus Christ! Thank you Lord!" I believe in miracles! One just happened before my eyes.

Tension and rush took charge of the emergency room of Sacred Heart Hospital. Attendants and nurses were swift yet very precise. Aware of Jace's history, they all knew what should be done and there was no time to waste. There we learned that she was already suffering from sepsis and pneumonia for 3 days. The virus caused her difficulty in breathing because it has invaded her tiny lungs. Huddled in a corner, we watched nurses insert and attached different tubes on her while she cried weakly. Then I noticed her skin gain back color.

"She is now stable" Her ever so friendly doctor said, as she stroked Jace's cottony cheeks under the oversized oxygen mask. Doctor Resy Casem, Head of the Nursery Room of Sacred Heart Hospital has treated Jace as her own since she was endorsed under her care. During her NICU days, Jace has always been close to the doctor's heart as though she was her own child. She turned very emotional when Jace came back in that condition. Tears welled in her eyes while monitoring Jace's breathing." I can't believe how she looks right now," she turned to us. " what happened?" There was nothing we could say.

A big fighter lived in little Jace fragile frame. Doctor Casem was also amazed by her fast recovery. Jace braved all the insertions she had to take. IV insertion hurts, but unlike other babies being treated with the same ailment in the hospital, Jace cried a little. And because she moved her arms and legs a lot when awake, her heplock gets misaligned. The nurse had to pull it out, search for a more visible vein and insert a new one. It happened about three times but Jace still cried a little. She even finds it easy to sleep in the midst of other babies crying and screaming. She seemed very obedient to treatments. One older baby lurked at the sight of a nebulizer, but Jace kept still when it was her turn. She was such a fighter. She made doctors the proud, she gave us hope.

Jace spent ten days in the hospital. We could not believe how fast she has improved. Her cheeks and muscles have grown. On our way home, she smiled a lot. Thank God for her second life. It was such a journey for such a tiny creature. She was meant to be in this world. She was the greatest gift God has ever sent us.

After a month, Jace frightened us with another pneumonia attack. We blamed it for the very cold weather since it was approaching Christmas. We rushed her again to the hospital and the doctors were surprised to see her back. She spent another ten days of hospital confinement. The only solution that doctors thought of was to give her a strong vaccine that would completely prevent the virus from coming back. She was given a shot of Haemophilus influenzae type B vaccine. That would serve as her shield to protect her from all other influenza strains.

Jace braved another fight. She was a little champ. She has inspired the whole family for her fighting spirit at a very tender age. In addition, she was the most expensive baby ever born to us.

As she turned one year old on August 13, 2020, Jace grew faster. Her arms and legs may still be a little weak for her to learn to stand and walk but she displayed enormous energy and intelligence. She has become adorably active and a fast learner. Jace is truly an amazing work of miracle.

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