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Metric/Standard Tape. Metric measurements are to the mm; standard measurements are to the 1/16". Innovative tape with features not found anywhere else have made these easy-to-read tape measures the favorite of cabinetmakers and carpenters alike. Features: Erasable note pad, Compact shock-resistant rubber casing, Dual thumb and finger lock, Easy belt clip, Built-in stainless steel pencil sharpener, and high-contrast black on white scale.
Fastcap's ProCarpenter family of tapes are manufactured with several innovative features that were developed from in-the-field use by professional woodworkers and cabinet builders. The PMS-12 is a great example. Taking our popular Pad, Metric, Standard tape and packaging it in a smaller 12 foot version makes it a very compact tool. How many times do you measure anything longer than 12 feet?
Easy to read. Retraction is easy to control. I personally like have both metric and "inch/foot" on the same tape. And the write on surface comes in handy. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Tom
It looks cheap and chintzy, but seems to work OK. I have an intuition that it's not going to be long-lasting, however. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Little Tank
very well made. has an integrated pencil sharpener. clear markings. 2 ways to impede tape recoil.Published 3 months ago by greggys
My new favorite tape measure. Accurate, easy to read, and the retract/lock mechanism works well. The only thing wrong with it is the clip. It is a bit cheap and flimsy. Read morePublished 7 months ago by JT
Best tape measure I've owned. I've broken buckets of stanley ones of the years (fatmax too) and have yet to break one of these. Another fastcap product that works as advertised!Published 8 months ago by Chris
Best measuring tape I've owned. Easy to read. Light enough for any pockets.Published 9 months ago by Jerrod
Exactly what I wanted. Description is accurate and seems to be well built. Time will tell.Published 9 months ago by Mike H