Discounted: Lufkin MW38M Meters/Decimeters Contractor Measuring Wheel

Lufkin MW38M Meters/Decimeters Contractor Measuring Wheel

Lufkin MW38M Meters/Decimeters Contractor Measuring Wheel
Diameter: 12 1/2 -Inch Folded Length: 30 -Inch Extended Length: 41 -Inch Maximum Distance W/O Resetting: 9,999.9 m. Distance Graduations: .

  • Measure as fast as you can walk
  • Wheel calibrated to counter – accurate for estimated measurements
  • Large wheel model ideal for uneven terrain
  • Also suitable for long indoor measurements
  • Manufacturing plant layout, outdoor measurements on firm smooth surfaces

List Price: $ 115.07

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Question by Mitch: How to measure something approximately when you don’t have a , or device?
There is a really nice public building down the road, and it is only open from July- September. I would like to build one for myself, and I would like to find out the dimentions, without looking weird standing there with a measuring tape. How to measure something approimately when you don’t have (or don’t want to use) a tape measure, or measuring device?

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Answer by Warren
How can you possibly measure a building without any proper equipment, you can’t do something that big in your head! LOL

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Comments

    • glen t
    • July 29, 2013

    pace it off, find out how long a pace is for you then walk it, off that will get you the outside dimensions, to do this walk ten paces measure it divide by ten and you will how long each pace is.

    • HOOK
    • July 29, 2013

    Follow Glen t’s advice, Plus, you may want to take a few Pic’s as well for reference.

    • Karen L
    • July 29, 2013

    If you spread your arms out at shoulder height, the distance between your fingertips will be pretty close to your height. I’m 5’5″ and my arm spread is 5’4″. That works for horizontal distance. Height is another story, but measure the height of your fingertips when you stand with your arm stretched out above your head. That could help you figure out how tall this building is. On the other hand, I can’t imagine why anyone would care if you measured the building with a tape measure.

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