A reader found a clear one-image explanation of tape measure specs.
Craftsman is calling their new tape measures the “ultimate measuring tool.”
What do you get when you spend more for a Dewalt Tough Series tape measure?
Dewalt Tough Series tapes have new packaging that saves plastic from the landfill.
Ah, so Dewalt drop-tests their tape measures using drones!
Dewalt has come out with new “Ultra Tough” tape measures.
Here’s a new 40-foot tape measurements. Is this something you’d try?
Dewalt’s 9-foot Pocket Tape Measure is OUTSTANDINGLY convenient.
Amazon caught my attention with sponsored listings for Spec Ops Tools tape measures.
Here’s a 25′ tape measure with built-in LED worklight.
Run, don’t walk to snag this Milwaukee tape measure 2-pack deal.
Amazon has the Milwaukee STUD tape measure on sale for $10.
After finally finding Stanley’s holiday tape measure deal, I noticed something different about them.
Milwaukee is moving to the new tape measure “reach” advertising spec that was quietly introduced by Stanley, Dewalt, and Craftsman brands.
We now know why Stanley Black & Decker is using “reach” terminology to describe their tape measures.
Are tape measure 2-packs for users like me who always misplace their favorite tapes, or users looking to try new brands?
We discovered Dewalt, Craftsman, and Stanley tape measures being advertised with blade “reach” instead of “standout.”
I can’t say this is how I would have designed the back panel of Lufkin’s tape measure packaging.
This new Dewalt special buy gives you a 40′ laser distance measuring tool and 25′ tape measure for $30.
This Craftsman 9ft tape measure looks like a convenient must-have.