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Stanley 33-215 PowerLock Metal Case Tape Rule, 1/2" x 12', Chrome

Item# SPM12671519316 | Model# 33-215 | Added on October 1, 2021 |
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Stanley 33-215 PowerLock Metal Case Tape Rule, 1/2" x 12', Chrome
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PowerLock Metal Case Tape Rule features Cast-metal case is durable and suitable for heavy-duty use. Mylar polyester film extends life of entire blade. Secure blade lock won't creep during me
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By stanleytools
October 25th, 2019
The font on all your tape measures ar hard to read

I have had too many tape measures to count. I am getting older and in low light or when i'm getting tired i have a hard time with you 3 6 and 9 nunbers on your measures. after al long day or in low light they all look like 8's. I have a real hard time reading that silly curly font. I have found the Komelon and Klein tapes are much easier to read. i no longer have any Stanley tapes because the font had caused me too many mistakes. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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stanleytools

The font on all your tape measures ar hard to read

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I have had too many tape measures to count. I am getting older and in low light or when i'm getting tired i have a hard time with you 3 6 and 9 nunbers on your measures. after al long day or in low light they all look like 8's. I have a real hard time reading that silly curly font. I have found the Komelon and Klein tapes are much easier to read. i no longer have any Stanley tapes because the font had caused me too many mistakes. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

October 25th via stanleytools
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