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Carrera Precision CP9806-TF Titanium 0-Inch to 6-Inch Electronic Fractional & Decimal Digital Caliper

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  • Measures inside, outside and depth from 0'' to 6'' + metric conversion & zero buttons.
  • Heavy Duty Titanium Head With Stainless Steel Frame
  • Accuracy to 1/1000th of an inch
  • Includes Extra Battery and Case
  • LCD Display
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Product Description

Product Description

Features

»Extra Large easy to read digital LCD screen.
»Accurate to 1/1000th of an inch
»Four methods of measurement: Inside, outside, depth and step from 0'' to 6''
»Metric conversion & zero buttons
»Titanium Alloy head
»Standard Strong stainless steel frame
»Stepped end depth rod for measuring small holes up to 6'' deep
»Thumb wheel allows for easy, one-handed adjustment
»Screw lock can lock the caliper at a set dimension for multiple measurements
»Zero button lets you zero the measurement at any position. Great for measuring tolerances in the positive and negative.

Specifications

»Fractional Resolution 1/64" - 0.0005"/ 0.01mm.
»LCD Display
»Max Measuring Speed: 1.5 m/sec., 60 in/sec
»Measuring System: Linear Capacitive Measuring System
»Measuring Range: 0-304 mm/0-12 in
»Resolution: 0.01mm/0.0005in.

What's In The Box?

»Carrera Precision Titanium Fractional & Decimal 6-Inch Digital Caliper
»Extra Battery
»Custom Fitted Storage Case

Warranty

»30 Day Satisfaction Guarantee.

From the Manufacturer

The Carrera Precision Titanium Series Professional Digital Caliper is Made to the Highest Quality Standards in the Industry. It has a steel casing, unlike the others on the market with a plastic head. This Machinist Grade Titanium Alloy Digital Caliper will with stand professional usage, unlike the plastic head digital calipers. It has an extra large LCD screen for easy viewing, a durable stainless steel frame, converts to metric or inches in one easy button, and comes with an extra battery & case.

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number CP9806-TF
Item Weight12 ounces
Product Dimensions9.7 x 3.6 x 1 inches
Item model numberCP9806-TF
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB003119EDE
Best Sellers Rank #16,146 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableNovember 9, 2005
  
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132 of 144 people found the following review helpful By Mark R. Wietstock on October 20, 2010
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To be honest, I never even knew what a "digital caliper" was until a few weeks ago, when I figured out that I needed one to make some very precise measurements in installing an under-saddle pickup on an acoustic guitar. Once I figured out what it was, I also concluded it would be a nice precision measuring device to add to my tool box.

As near as I can tell from the research I've done on these gizmos since then, digital calipers (that is, a vernier-type caliper with a battery-operated, digital display built into the slide) come in two basic categories: 1) those made in China, and 2) those made elsewhere. This caliper is of the first variety.

The Carrera CP9806 comes in a hard, black plastic case with a black foam bottom liner, cut out in the shape of the caliper to protect it from rattling around inside, and two additional cutouts for storage of spare coin-cell batteries. The lid is fastened to the bottom with a real pin-hinge, not a molded plastic one, so you don't have to worry about the lid breaking off the case. There's a color leaflet in the lid cavity (also lined with black foam) with instructions on how to use the caliper. It's a nice, durable case, that snaps shut with a reassuring "click." A tiny Phillips screwdriver is included, for opening the battery compartment on the face of the slider.

The caliper itself is made of high-grade stainless steel, and feels very heavy and sturdy in your hand. The slider casing is also made of steel, not plastic. The graphic measuring gauge on the face of the rule is set into a recess that runs the length of the rule, and looks like some kind of imprinted polymer, set over a film made of some kind of metal ... probably copper, judging from the cross-section of the material that's exposed at both ends of the rule.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Richard Waugh on June 2, 2011
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Okay, I've received the Carrera CP 9806 digital caliper and have been using it for a week or so. Fine unit! I like the fact that it turns itself on the minute you run the slider and turns itself off automatically if you don't do anything for a while. I turn it off manually the instant I'm done to save battery life. I checked it against my standards and it is right on the money out of the box. The "standards" by the way, are my machinist's gauge blocks, not another measuring device - the gauge blocks are accurate to .0002" which is close enough for anyone not building satellite guidance systems.

My only mildly negative comment is that there is no way to preset the tolerance on the fractions - sometimes it would be nice to have it just read to the nearest 1/32" rather than the 1/128 it reads to. No big deal and I understand it so I wouldn't down-rate the device for that.

The case for it is good and solid and closes properly. The supplied screwdriver is about what you'd expect so use a good one if you have it.

I would suggest that the instruction booklet supplied with it tell the owner exactly how to insert/replace the battery - I had a moment's confusion over which screw to loosen to open the battery cover. Minor point, but it should be addressed. I still give it 5 stars for being a great unit under thirty bucks!

I'm very pleased with it, in short. Great value for the money.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Maniaci on December 13, 2011
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I'm an Engineer. I use these toys every day. I have been a die-hard Mitutoyo fan for very long time. I go thru Calipers, mostly because I travel in Asia a lot and they take them away in the airports. Lost another one coming out of Hong Kong last week.

I order the Carrera once before to save money, and I liked it so much I bought another replacement. It's not as smooth as the name-brand tool, but it's accuracy and functionality are pretty good.

I didn't expect a Titanium anything at this price, so I was not surprised the Titanium is merely a color for plating on the body of the digital segment of the device.

The battery cover is nice, held with a single small Phillips head screw from behind (screwdriver included). I have lost the snap-in covers on the name brand more than once.

This new one came with a big bonus. The new display includes a selection for fractional inch measure in 1/128th inch resolution. NICE feature! I am constantly converting odd fractional inch measure to decimal, so this will make things much more efficient for me.

All in all a good buy. Just ordered another for my son for Christmas. He's a junior year Engineering student in college, and he needed one. He will love it...
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56 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Craig Latzke on April 17, 2011
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I've never handled a caliper this rough and it loses it's zero during use. Dislike has sent me to reading about calipers and apparently these eat batteries because they are still on and measuring even when turned off (off just turns off display). The little phillips screwdriver included to unscrew the battery cover seems to be a different size than the screw head so that is not as easy to remove/reinstall as it should be.

The description lead me to believe the jaws would be titanium. The jaws and the slide are stainless steel. I think the "TF" in the part number may mean "titanium face" - as the display surround appears (from inspecting the battery cover) to be a non-magnetic, strong, lightweight metal. If you look at pictures of the cheaper (non-titanium) version of this caliper that surround is black (plastic).

If there are two things I like they are:
1. It will display inches in fractions (so I don't have to convert decimal to fractions).
2. I'm able to measure what I need to with it.

Even with small loss of zero it is as accurate as I need so I may keep it and deal with the annoyance of having to install battery every time I use it and remove battery before I put away (so it doesn't eat batteries). Or, I might return (at some loss, since I'm a week past the return window) and pay extra for the plastic Mitutoyo caliper or a quality non-digital vernier caliper.
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