|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.8 x 3.7 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||01412A|
|Batteries||1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Neiko 01412A Pro-Quality Digital Caliper with LCD Screen and Standard/Metric/Fraction Conversion, Stainless Steel
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- Easy to operate with same tri-mode control button for mm/inch/fraction
- Hardened stainless steel shaft with depth-measurement probe, precision ground jaws
- Resolution: 0.01mm/0.0005 inch, Accuracy: 0.02mm/0.001 inch
- Features a large, easy to read LCD display screen
- Linear Capacitive Measuring System
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If this is typical assembly quality, the carrying case is (relatively) the best thing about this product. They should downgrade the rated accuracy for slack in the rails. It's probably based on the read-head's potential on a much better frame.
Those who give this (and other cheap calipers) good reviews may not have used "real" calipers for reference. You can't know something is "accurate" unless you have a benchmark. I just took a chance on it for simple shop work.
No such luck. After changing the dead battery that came installed in the unit (the manufacturer helpfully provided a spare in the package), I could not get a single consistent reading. The instructions recommended disassembling the unit and cleaning the sensor, but the instructions did not explain how to disassemble the unit without destroying it completely.
Dissatisfied, I returned the item. I'll save my pennies and purchase a quality unit from a quality manufacturer, not this cheap Chinese junk.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When it comes to micrometers, you really do get what you pay forPublished 2 days ago by Daniel A. Neptun
This is an excellent tool at this cost. It's very solid and sturdy, and still sensitive enough to get accurate measurements. Read morePublished 16 days ago by M. Morrow
This is not a precision instrument but it works surprisingly well for the price. The initial measurements that I made were at least repeatable within .0015". Read morePublished 27 days ago by Brian R. Bobrzynski
this is my first one to own but have used one in the past....the stainless steel if adequately strong, not flimsy... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert Brady
For the price, these calipers cannot be beaten IMHO. They are made in China (and given a Japanese-sounding name, I think to fool the gullible), But they are very good considering... Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. L. Nelson
Extremely accurate. Tested against $400 units and worked every bit as well.Published 2 months ago by JoeyGoSki