Japanese Screw Punch
Japanese Screw Punch
Japanese Screw Punch
Japanese Screw Punch

Japanese Screw Punch

Regular price£38.00
Tax included.

  • Worldwide Shipping Available

This wonderful hole punch is made in Japan by Nonaka and is fantastic quality – beware of cheaper imitations!

It’s such a fabulous and satisfying tool to use. Simply press down onto paper, card, fabric or thin leather, the punch screws down automatically and leaves you with a perfectly cut circular hole. The waste material builds up inside the tool and pops out of a side hole as it gets full.

Fantastic for all kinds of paper craft, booking binding, bag making, pattern making and more! Can be used on multiple layers.

Quality wooden handle with brass chuck fitting.

The punch comes with one 3 mm circular bit as standard. Other bits are available here.

Use with a self healing cutting mat or similar surface when cutting. 

Total length: 13 cm.  Made by Nonaka - find out more in our blog post

We try and keep our postage options simple by having a flat rate based on your shipping destination. We are currently using tracked only services.

The current postage prices are as follows from 1 Jan 2023:

  • UK Royal Mail 48 tracked : £3.50
  • UK Royal Mail 24 tracked: £4.50

These delivery (24, 48) times are estimated from despatch and not guaranteed.

Full details can be found here.

We send goods all over the World:

  • EU £15 - order value UNDER £130/150 Euros* and up to 2KG
  • Rest of World £18 up to 2KG
  • Rest of the World Royal Mail International Standard up to 2KG: £18.00

Click here for more details on international shipping.

We aim to please and hope that you will be happy with your order.  If you are not happy with your item/s and wish to return anything, then please notify us within 14 days of receiving your order. You must then return the items as instructed in their original condition and packaging within 14 days of notifying us.

Please note that the following items are excluded from being returned:

  • Earrings due to hygiene reasons
  • Any made to order or custom items.

Please contact us by email to grace@shopbeyondmeasure.co.uk if you wish to return an item for any reason. Please read our full returns policy for more details.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Lovely item

Very pleased with the quality and quick delivery

Dorothy Waines
Great tool.

I recently bought the Screw Punch, and an additional 1.5 mm bit, and can honestly say it is a lovely tool. I tried it first with plain paper and with grey bookboard. The bits are very sharp, and the screw mechanism is beautifully smooth and easy to use. I also tried it with 2mm MDF or chipboard, but that took much longer, and wasn’t such a smooth movement. I won’t do that again, I’d be worried about blunting the ‘drill’ bits. But for paper, greyboard, leather and fabric, etc, it’s a great tool.

Lorna Reid :: stitchbirdie
Japanese Screw Punch

This is the best and most fun tool I have! I keep all my scrap felt from larger projects and like to make use of as much of it as I can and this tool allows me to cut the tiniest of dots - I use the 5mm most often. This is the second one I’ve bought as the first one has been appropriated by my daughter who also loves it. Really happy that I can order replacement blades which are delivered quickly.

Kirsten Bertram

Love it

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