On sale: Stanley 33-885 Short Tape, 1-1/4-Inch by 16-Feet

Stanley 33-885 Short Tape, 1-1/4-Inch by 16-Feet

Stanley 33-885 Short Tape, 1-1/4-Inch by 16-Feet
FATMAX XTREME RULE *16′ *13′ stand out *Chrome case with overmold *Hi visibility blade armor The 16-Foot FatMax Xtreme Rule with BladeArmor is reinforced on the first six feet with BladeArmor coating for maximum durability. A Mylar polyester film extends the life of the entire blade and a three-rivet, corrosion-resistant hook moves to allow accurate inside and outside measurements. This rule comes with a cushion grip built into its ergonomic case for a non-slip grip and impact resistance. A top forward blade lock design makes it easier to lock and unlock the blade while a heavy, heat-treated spring provides long life and smooth blade recoil.

BladeArmor coating for maximum durability. View the detail. You can also see the full line of Stanley tape rules.

Hand tools for the pro or expert enthusiast.
view the FatMax product demo (requires Flash) The tape blade measures -by-1-inch with a 13-foot tape standout. To simplify framin

  • 13 foot tape standout
  • 1 1/4-Inch wide blade for easy readability
  • BladeArmor coating on the first 6 feet maximizes durability of hook end
  • High visibility Mylar polyester film extends the life of entire blade and improves measurement visibility
  • Chrome case with over mold holds up to heavy use

List Price: $ 35.44

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    • Chad R. Mclewin "Fat Mick"
    • June 15, 2013
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I’m gonna let you finish, but this is the best tape measure of all time, August 30, 2011
    By 
    Chad R. Mclewin “Fat Mick” (Norfolk, VA USA) –
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    This review is from: Stanley 33-885 Short Tape, 1-1/4-Inch by 16-Feet (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I know this is a completely subjective field, but if you are a connoisseur of tape measures and don’t mind spending twice what you normally do then this is the best tape measure of all time. I love the normal fat max tape measure. The only thing I didn’t care for was the hook. It frequently would lose it’s grip on whenever the it had to go longer than 9′ & what was being measured was at high angle which is basically all i measure. The Xtreme packs the fattest & catchiest hook I’ve ever used. I measure slabs of granite that are standing up in excess of 10′ she hasn’t let go yet. She is also even easier to read than the original fatmax. Lastly the chrome makes this the pimped version of the fat max. You probably don’t need this tape measure, but I promise you want to have it.

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    • John R. Helms
    • June 15, 2013
    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Blade Armor?! Hah!, October 7, 2007
    By 
    John R. Helms (Pensacola, FL) –
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    This review is from: Stanley 33-885 Short Tape, 1-1/4-Inch by 16-Feet (Tools & Home Improvement)

    The tape has excellent standout but for the most part it is not extremely useful. I’ve used a ton of Stanley tape measures and it seems breaking within the first couple of inches is what usually makes me have to trash them. The irony of my experience with the “Xtreme” is that it broke in a few months right there in the blade armor. Since you have to practically take out a mortgage to buy one of the longer tapes in the “Xtreme” line I don’t think I’ll ever be using one of these again. These seem substantially heavier & bulkier than equivalent length tapes as well

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