YKS 6 Inch Carbon Fiber Composite Vernier Digital Caliper Ruler With Big Screen
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I have several old steel and metal micrometers. They are expensive, prone to rusting, and can be sometimes hard to read. The more precisely-tight they are, the harder it is to dial in sensitive/nuanced measurements.
This thing performs like a champ. It's made cheaply, and might well break before my more-expensive steel tools, but it costs a fraction as much. The ability to zero the measurements anywhere, and to have a digital display instead of trying to guesstimate the fractions between markings are huge advantages over traditional micrometers.
The construction seems a little flimsy, but at this price, who cares?
Note: This was my first time using a digital caliper and I discovered there is a trick to using one or you're measurement will be off. This is of course more important if your measurements are separated by fractions of a millimeter. You will need to apply a little pressure to what you are measuring. As you apply slight pressure, you will notice that the measurement will increase and then will stop. It's this maximum measurement while applying a bit of pressure that you want. In my case, it was the difference between getting a 19mm or a 20 mm strap for a watch and 19mm bracelets absolutely do not fit 20mm watch lugs.
I did notice that when i initially received mine the calibration was dramatically off.
As in I had it closed and it would say there was an inch being measured.
This is very very easy to fix as you just slide the measuring parts together to have no space (slide it to 0) and then push recalibrate and the numbers should then be accurate.