|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 3.8 x 0 inches|
|Item model number||T116|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
MITER MASTER PLUS 16"
|Price:||$23.95 & FREE Shipping|
|You Save:||$6.00 (20%)|
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- New Tool!! Cut Crown Molding with no math needed!
- 16" 3-in-1 tool determines the cut for inside and outside corners when installing Crown Molding
- Measures and lays out Roof Pitches and Common Rafters
- Precision Tool - has locking device to maintain setting
- Super durable - made from 1/8" white polycarbonate plastic
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Top Customer Reviews
Being a quality oriented carpenter I'm a stickler when it comes to quality tools and equipment, and right off the top this is very well made from 1/8" thick polycarbonate plastic. Yeah, plastic, but its the real strong durable stuff made in USA. Now that's not a negative unless you are willing to pay a handsome price for a stainless steel version, (I probably would with this tool) but cost is always a major consideration when manufacturing a product for the masses.
This tool will last a very long time, even with heavy use in the field, and if simple placed back into the plastic sleeve that it comes shipped in, it will last even longer from not getting all scratched in your tool box.
It's an excellent price for the quality given and for the time and materials that will be saved by using this tool.
You know when something is so easy to use you think you're missing something? Well this is the tool.
Take it out of the package, open the two legs, place against and outside or inside corner and VOILA! Done! No charts, no thinking, no scratching your head. It that simple. Just transfer the numbers you see on the gauge to the saw and cut.Read more ›
I have used every angle/miter finder on the market including the Bosch digital protractors. If you drop a digital the calibration gets off,so it needs to be sent back to the manufacture for re-callibration. At times when I went to use the digital,the darn battery would be dead, I had to run out and purchase a new one. Depending on which crown I was using 45/45 or 52/38, I need to push the control buttons to get the correct compound angle settings. Way to much time and frustration for me.. Starrett came out with a tool 5 IN 1 thats close to the MMP. There compound angle charts are printed on a sticker adhered to the leg of the tool. The chart comes off from heat or eventually wears off. The 5 in 1 is useless for crown compound angles at that point. Sure I could go on the internet and down load a conversion chart so the tool will still work.Read more ›
With the economy the way it is, it's not only great for those who are still employed in the construction industry but also for DIY's who want to install crown molding. The best part is, you don't need a conversion chart or book -it's all on the tool! It also has precise roof pitch settings. It is unbreakable (I've tried!)! I think with so many people out of work now,it would be great for side jobs.
Great stocking stuffer too.
If I can use and understand this, anyone can!
Over the years he has done a lot of carpentry , building playhouses, sand boxes etc for the children as well as putting up mouldings in our home.As he says, better late than never but he would have loved having had this tool many years ago .
Great gift idea!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this tool far to much. Headache saver when doing out of square walls or odd angles between 45 and 90. a bonus it has is for roofing angles which i have not used yet. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bradley J. Thomas
I just love this thing. It removes guesswork, a big time waster. I know exactly where to set my saw to give me perfect miters. Read morePublished 11 months ago by BobZoom
I found this tool to be very accurate and easy to use. It saved me alot of time while installing molding.Published 14 months ago by Jim
It takes the guess work out of figuring out the angle for cutting moldings for an unsquare inside or outside miter cut. Read morePublished on November 29, 2013 by 2hawk feathers
I own both the "Miter Master" and a similar product called "True Angle", both distributed by Quint Measuring Systems. Read morePublished on December 31, 2012 by Newton Fawcett
The miter master is perhaps the best device / protractor I have ever used for finding angles. I have been building projects ranging from cabinets, galleys, houses and 4 years of... Read morePublished on December 13, 2010 by DoubleG
I agree with all the positive comments regarding this tool, the only thing that surprised me was there were no 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, degree graduations on the dial. Read morePublished on October 29, 2010 by QCtooling Guy
From reading all the reviews, I thought that this would be the ultimate tool. It didn't turn out that way. Read morePublished on September 28, 2010 by Yan