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Awesome Tape Measures

Ti-Tape Titanium Pocket Tape Measure

Ti-Tape Titanium Pocket Tape Measure
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This 3-foot-long pocket tape measure from TEC Accessories might not be helpful for diagramming an entire room, but it’s a handsome accessory for your keychain or coin pocket. Measuring just 1.24″ across, each is made from real titanium and comes in eye-catching finishes, including stonewashed, rainbow, and moire.

Incra Bend Rules

Incra Bend Rules
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If you work with wood, you know how even a single inaccurate cut can ripple through your entire project. Incremental Tools precision metal rulers ensure you have the same measurements on the top and side of materials, thanks to their 90ยบ bend and micro-fine marking holes. Available in 6″, 12″, and 18″ lengths.

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T1 Tomahawk Digital Tape Measure

T1 Tomahawk Digital Tape Measure

We’re geeking out over Reekon’s pro measuring gadget: a tape measure with a digital readout and laser alignment for precise measurements. Its OLED display shows the current measurement in real-time, while an E-ink screen in its handle shows the last few at a glance. Data is also synced to your smartphone via Bluetooth.

Milwaukee Stud Gen II Tape Measure

Milwaukee Stud Gen II Tape Measure

Milwaukee Tools’ Stud tape measure is designed to take a beating, with a reinforced blade that resists kinks, and the ability to extend up to 17 feet before giving way, making long measurements easier without a helper. The latest version also has dual-sided printing for ease of reading. Available in 16′, 25′, and 35′ lengths.

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