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Stanley 33-692 Max 16-Foot Tape Measure with AirLock

by Stanley

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  • Mylar polyester film extends life of entire blade
  • The all rubber patented AirLock slide lock is easier to engage and adds protection against impact
  • High impact ABS in easy to see yellow has cushion grip for a comfortable, slip resistant hold
  • Three rivet, corrosion resistant true zero hook moves accurately to allow for precise inside/outside measurements
  • Easy to read, high contrast blade with 16" and 19.2" stud markings
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 680-33-692
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions5.8 x 3.5 x 1.5 inches
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Item model number33-692
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00002X2GY
Best Sellers Rank #141,607 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableOctober 8, 2001
  
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With heavy-duty Mylar "blanket-wrap" coating, the Stanley 16-Foot MaxSteel Tape Rule lasts up to 10 times longer than standard models. This tape rule comes with a cushion grip built into the case for a non-slip grip and impact resistance. A top forward blade lock design makes it easier to lock and unlock the blade while a heavy, heat-treated spring provides long life and smooth blade recoil.


Trust Stanley to deliver the tape rule that's right for you. See the full line of Stanley tape rules.
The tape blade measures 16-feet-by-3/4-inch. It comes with Stanley's limited lifetime warranty.


From the Manufacturer

The Stanley Works, originally a bolt and door hardware manufacturing company located in New Britain, Connecticut; was founded in 1843 by Frederick T. Stanley. A few years later, in 1857, Frederick’s cousin, Henry Stanley, founded The Stanley Rule and Level Company. In 1920, The Rule and Level Company merged with The Stanley Works and would go on to become it’s famous Hand Tools Division. Over the years, The Stanley Works has produced some of the most innovative and useful tools ever made. Among these tools are the Bailey Plane, the Surform shaper, the PowerLock tape rule and most recently the FatMax line of products. Today, more than ever, Stanley continues to be an industry leader in tool innovation. In 2001, Stanley introduced more than 100 new products, bringing to 400 the number of new products introduced in the past four years. As a direct result of Stanley’s commitment to excellence, Stanley was awarded the Prestigious Golden Hammer Award, presented for New Product Innovation in both 2000 and 2001.

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Customer Reviews

This is not exactly as pictured.
Ralph Schreckengost
The only compliant I have with these tapes is that Stanley seems to be phasing them out in favor of the FatMax line.
Scott E. McCaffrey
This tape is exactly what it says it is...contractor grade.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Scott E. McCaffrey on August 16, 2004
This is an excellent tape measure for use in the shop. I work in a custom cabinet shop and use one of these all day long. The heavier construction (especially the thicker blade) helps this tape measure hold up very well. The flimsier Stanley tape measures don't last hardly anytime in this environment. All of our rough lumber comes in 12 and 14 ft. lengths so a 16 ft. tape is long enough for anything I need to measure in the shop.

I especially like the combination of sturdiness and size. I don't wear a tool belt while in the shop and either clip the tape measure on my regular belt or keep it in my pocket. The new FatMax tapes that Stanley is pushing now are too big and heavy. I'm sure that they hold up well but it feels like a boat anchor on your belt and doesn't fit in your pocket. Not only are they bulky but to get the extended holdout Stanley increased the curvature of the tape which makes them more difficult to use.

The only compliant I have with these tapes is that Stanley seems to be phasing them out in favor of the FatMax line. The MaxSteel are getting pretty hard to find. You can't get replacement blades for them even from Stanley (caught one in a saw that was still spinning). My suggestion is grab'em while you can.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "superframer" on April 18, 2000
Since I first bought this series of tapes I have been nothing but satisfied. When most tapes get wet ant get dirty they start to stick and not recoil, but these tapes don't have any trouble. They also go out further than most other tapes which greatly helps when you're trying take measurements up in the air.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tony R on November 7, 2008
The tape they send you IS NOT THE CONTRACTOR GRADE that appear in the picture. it is still the Max steel but doesn't have the red rectangle. that indicate is a contractor grade, an make it much durable an better I still keep it because returns take weeks and who has the time ?
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Doug Lawson on February 24, 2006
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Even though the title says contractor grade, this tape is not contractor grade! It is the same one you can buy at the same price at your local hardware store and not have to pay shipping. Do not be fooled like I was.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jackson on June 7, 2008
I love these tape measures. Light, durable, accurate. However, when I order the "Contractor Grade" tape I expect to get a tape that has "Contracto Grade" just like the picture. However, what I got just said 16' Maxsteel. Not sure if there's a difference but I'm a little peeved that you don't get what is shown.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Woodworker on June 3, 2014
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This is a pretty good tape measure. I'm disappointed because they discontinued the tape measure I have used for the past 10+ years and replaced it with this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tgus on July 8, 2005
I can't find a tape measure to compare. I like this over the Powerlock, and I find the FatMax to be a bit combersome. I like the 32s on the first 12" so I couldn't go with the FatMax. It's alot easier to eyeball a 64th with a 32nd reference. The Durability and comfort of the MaxsSteel is alot better than the Powerlock. I've used a few different brands and I keeping coming back to Stanley. I have no problem with Lufkin or ProTape, but I find that Stanley has come up with a great combination with the 692. I will mention on thing, I ordered two tape measures and when I got them in the mail, the hooks we either bent, or rivetted wrong, because one was off 1/64th and one was off a 1/32. I sent them to Stanley and they sent me two new ones promptly and they were right on.
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