|Item Weight||5.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 1 x 2 inches|
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|Item model number||33-115|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty: Stanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life against deficiencies in material and workmanship.|
|National Stock Number||5210-01-428-5426|
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Stanley 33-115 10-Foot-by-1/4-Inch PowerLock Pocket Tape Rule
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- Pocket tape rule with slim case ideal for pockets and purses
- Special True-Zero hook allows use of nail as pivot to draw circles and arches
- Chrome high-impact ABS case is job site tough
- Mylar polymer-coated blade and heat-treated spring for long life and durability
- Stanley's limited lifetime warranty; measures 1/4-inch-by-10-feet
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Back of blade provides scale that measures up to 3' diameters polymer-coated blade withstands abrasion for long life chrome high-impact ABS case is job site tough slim case fits easily in pocket secure blade lock won't creep during measurements corrosion-resistant tru-zero end hook for accurate measurements length: 10' WIDTH: 1/4".
With a slim, trim case, the Stanley 10-Foot-by-1/4-Inch PowerLock Pocket Tape Rule is ideal for pockets or purses. A special Tru-Zero hook does double-duty as a pivot for drawing circles and arcs. For longer life and durability, this tape measure features a polymer-coated blade, a heat-treated spring, and a chrome-plated metal case.
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About Stanley LeverLock Tape Systems
Designed for home improvement and everyday use, LeverLock tape systems provide innovative features at an attractive price, all while maintaining Stanley's commitment to quality and performance. Featuring a 20-percent smaller rounded bi-material case to improve functionality, increase comfort and help prevent the tape from slipping out of the user's hand, LeverLock tape rules includes a slip-resistant rubber grip and a rubberized blade-locking lever. A red blade lock override button allows the tape to be used in two modes. When the button is set with the locked padlock icon pushed out, the blade will not retract unless the user depresses the black lever on the bottom of the tape rule case. When the button is set with the unlocked padlock icon pushed out, the blade extends and retracts freely.
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The Stanley 33-115 10-Foot-by-1/4-Inch PowerLock Pocket Tape Rule is compact, lightweight and easy to use. It locks so that one can measure one length repeatedly. However, because of the width of the tape and its light weight, the tape is not rigid. This makes measuring something without assistance rather challenging. My spouse was less than happy with this item as a tape measure for inside our home; it was not something he would care to use for "real" measuring. I, on the other hand, loved its compact size and the fact I would no longer have to tote a large, heavy tape measure when shopping for something requiring measurement. However, I must honestly admit that it is difficult to measure longer items without assistance. The small hook at the tape's end does not stay placed well; as a result, the tape tends to flex so it is not always straight.
I feel the Stanley 33-115 10-Foot-by-1/4-Inch PowerLock Pocket Tape Rule is a fine product and would recommend it for anyone who needs to carry a tape measure when shopping. However, it is not sufficiently rigid so that measuring items without assistance is easily accomplished. For that reason, I did not feel I could rate it a five star item.
This newer model has a case that's a little bulkier, both in its thickness and because it adopts the "Powerlock" design of its big brothers. (Not so useful IMHO with a 1/4"-wide tape, since the tape itself is flat, not cupped -- won't cantilever rigidly like its big brothers -- so you can't really use it one-handed anyway.) But the case is smooth around the corners and edges so it's nice in your pocket.
The new ones do have one slick feature I find handy: the back side is a girth scale calibrated in inches of diameter -- wrap it around a cylinder (up to 3' dia.) and it reads the diameter of the cylinder.
And then, at least in mine, whose cases are plastic, they have one point of vulnerability, which is how two of mine so far have bit the dust (I ended up finding it advisable to buy three at a time because of this). The current listing claims that the casing is now chromed METAL, which might fix this -- but I'd want to see one to be sure, because mine are chromed, all right, but chromed plastic. The weak spot is the post in the middle of the housing, that anchors the rewind spring -- because it's plastic just like the rest of the housing, and isn't strong enough. If yours are like mine, BE CAREFUL not to pull out these little tapes ANY beyond their 10-foot reading max. You'll twist the anchor post off. You can still carry the ten feet of yellow tape around, in big loops like surveyors carry theirs in, and still measure stuff, but you can't put it back in your pocket any more.
Really this wasn't meant for actual work so I can get past this. Really I bought it so I don't buy something that says it's 2" when there's an inner diameter to consider as well. Stuff like that.
The only potential downside is that the narrower tape can make it less sturdy, but I've found it hold up pretty well for everything I measure, which tends to be 5 ft or less. My guess is that it would be easy enough to find a work around if it starts to flop at longer lengths. The trade-off of being lighter is more than worth it.