Here’s some quick information about calipers and micrometers and how they differ.
I suppose this is a good example of why it’s sometimes better to read a ruler or tape measure from 1″ instead of starting at zero.
This is the cheapest tape measure I have ever used.
This cool, classy, and well-made mechanical pencil is on sale, today only.
I’m a big fan of Mitutoyo digital calipers.
Woodpeckers 1st Holiday Countdown will reveal a “retired” One Time Tool for purchase until December 12th.
Milwaukee’s new 10’/3m keychain tape with LED is finally available at Home Depot.
There’s a new Stanley LeverLock tape measure 4-pack promo deal.
This the lowest price I’ve seen on the new Milwaukee Stud 25′ tape measure.
There are some early Black Friday 2018 deals on new Craftsman tape measures.
There’s a 2-for-1 promo on Milwaukee’s latest and most durable tape measure.
Woodpeckers new edge rule is designed to make layout work easier and more precise.
What would you use Irwin’s demolition scratch awl for?
Lufkin’s 6-foot tape measure keychain is small and convenient.
I bought a new 6″ ruler, and can heartily recommend it.
Milwaukee’s new Stud tape measure has a new tear resistant blade and can survive 80′ drops on packed earth.
Who knew that modern and traditional layout tools would work so well with each other.
Have you ever used a Winbag inflatable air shim?
(2) Ryobi 25′ tape measures for $11. Seems like a good deal.
Here’s a good deal on the (regular? Stanley FatMax tape measure. There’s a 2x 25′ promo pack, and a 25′ + 16′ bundle.