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.
I lover over-analyzing tool product images. What’s going on here?
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Milwaukee has come out new Wide Blade tape measures featuring “longer and straighter” standout and double-sided markings.
Lufkin has come out with what looks to be a premium market-leading tape measure.
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.
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.
Lufkin’s 6-foot tape measure keychain is small and convenient.