Oka Diamond Hole Punch 2.5mm 2 Prong Leathercraft Stitch Punch Pricking Iron | Goods Japan

Oka Diamond Hole Punch 2.5mm 2 Prong Leathercraft Stitch Punch Pricking Iron

This leather stitch punch is made for quick, smooth leather punching and produces professional-looking stitch holes. Make precisely spaced stitching holes for hand sewing using this tool.


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Oka of Japan manufactured this leather pricking iron that features excellent sharpness and durability. This pricking iron is made of high-quality steel and is rust-resistant, providing you service that will last for many years. This tool can be used to create evenly spaced diamond-shaped stitch holes in your leather to make it beautiful and professional-looking. The ergonomically designed, non-slip handle fits pleasantly in your hand, allowing you to grasp it securely and firmly while working.

This high-quality tool is used to punch holes in a diamond shape that is ideal for leather hand sewing. This two-prong pricking iron is ideal to use on small edges and corners on your leather, ensuring that the size and spacing of previously punched holes are maintained.

Size (space between tips of prongs):

  • 2.5mm

Available prong numbers (each sold separately):

  • 1-prongs
  • 2-prongs
  • 3-prongs
  • 4-prongs
  • 6-prongs
  • 12-prongs

Because the prongs of this tool are highly tempered, making them hard yet brittle, they will break off rather than bend when overworked. This is due to the design, which prevents it from causing uneven thread holes in your leatherwork. The tempered prongs have two benefits. First, rather than bending, they snap off to safeguard your leatherwork from uneven stitching, which is not the case with cheaper pricking irons that bend and ruin your leatherwork with uneven stitch holes. Second, it offers long-lasting tips that not only require less honing but also have more penetrating force. These qualities provide the user with piece of mind, knowing that it will not harm the leathercrafts they have worked so hard to create.

If you use this tool, be sure you use a soft-headed hammer. To prevent breaking the prongs, never pull it side to side when attempting to extricate it from your leather; instead, draw it perpendicular to the leather with the tool. A larger size may be suitable if you find it difficult to remove from your leather. Keep this tool at a safe distance from other tools and materials. Finally, try not to drop it or strike it against a hard surface.

Keep out of the reach of children.


Item ID 43230
Condition New
Model 1006
Manufacturer OKA Tools
Manufacturing country Japan
Net weight 63 g
Weight 113 g