|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.1 x 4.3 x 1.7 inches|
|Item model number||SL2825IE|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year warranty against manufacturer's defects|
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Komelon SL2825 Self Lock 25-Foot Inch/Engineer Scale Power Tape
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Also like the self lock feature.
As a surveyor I would have preferred that it had only tenths & hundreths - no inches.
Would still recommend it
Unfortunately, the Engineer portion of the tape consumes half of the tape, making the numbers smaller, thus harder to read. Komelon makes other self-locking tapes that don't have this limitation, so if you don't need the engineers portion, you'd be better off buying one of the other ones from Amazon. The self-locking tapes are absolutely the best to use, in my opinion. I have one of the more expensive, big brand name tapes that I have to fight with to get it to lock. I much prefer to use this tape, when I don't need long stand-out or large numbers to read quickly and easily.
i thought, without investigating too much, that the engineering aspect of the tape measure would give me the inches in 1/10 and maybe 1/100. However, its the feet that are in 1/10. This probably makes more sense with a 25' tape, but i was expecting the inches to be engineering.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very handy for those times you want decimal inches in lieu of feet and inches.Published 1 month ago by Raleigh man
Addition to review... after being out in the field with this tape measure for 3 months the inner spring rusted and broke.
Love the self locking feature! Read more
Getting hard to find engineers rule pocket tapes. These have been in the field for a while now and they are still going strong!Published 17 months ago by Daniel John DeBoer
Very nice tool. The tape might have been a bit stiffer, but all things considered, a good tape.Published 17 months ago by Brett Van Brunt