Review: Stanley 46-123 12-Inch Contractor Grade Combination Square

Stanley 46-123 12-Inch Contractor Grade Combination Square

Stanley 46-123 12-Inch Contractor Grade Combination Square
680-46-123 Features: -Coated blade resists rust.-Deep debossed graduations are more accurate and longer lasting.-Level vial increases versatility.-Durable etched, hard chrome plated blades.-Rust-resistant for blade longevity.-Scriber for easily marking surfaces.-High visibility yellow, die cast handle.-Easy read vial.-Brass hardware.-Die cast metal handle has built in accuracy and durability.-Scriber conveniently stores in handle.-Type: Combination Square.The Stanley Contractor Grade Combination Square is a multipurpose tool that provides you with a square for English measurements, a level vial, and a scratch awl. The 12-inch square has precision-machined working surfaces for improved accuracy; the hard chrome-plated blades are deeply etched and coated for rust resistance for long-term use and readability. The handle is made of durable die-cast metal in high-visibility yellow and features solid brass knobs which are textured for easy adjustments. The easy-to-read level vial is individu

  • Contractor grade combination square with a square for English measurements, a level vial, and a scratch awl
  • Precision-machined working surfaces for improved accuracy; deeply etched blades for long-term readability
  • Hard chrome-plated blades coated for rust resistance; durable die-cast metal handle with brass hardware
  • Includes easy-to-read level vial; built-in scriber for convenient surface marking
  • Length: 12 inches; backed by lifetime limited warranty

List Price: $ 17.96

Price: $ 11.96

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  1. Anthony Kozlowski "tonyk73"
    34 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Buy This Square, January 20, 2002
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    Anthony Kozlowski “tonyk73” (Monument, CO United States) –
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    This review is from: Stanley 46-123 12-Inch Contractor Grade Combination Square (Tools & Home Improvement)

    For $17 at Tru Value, this is the square to buy. Do not even think about plan B. I looked at the squares make by Empire, Johnson & the other Stanley squares at Home Depot & Lowes, and could not find one that was square compared to the other combination or framing squares in the stores, except for the Stanley 46-123 or the Starrett squares. I’m a struggling novice woodworker who does not need to be fooled by tools that claim to work but leave you with a false sense of security, until the end when nothing lines up & you have no clue why. I want a square to be square. Unless you want to pay $60-70 for a Starrett, I recommend the 46-123 and getting a square square.

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  2. curt
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    bang for your buck, February 19, 2003
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    curt (LA SALLE, MN, United States) –
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    This review is from: Stanley 46-123 12-Inch Contractor Grade Combination Square (Tools & Home Improvement)

    here is a great value in a great tool. rated as a best buy in a woodworking magazine(i forget which one), so i gave it a whirl. the rule is very crisp and easy to read. i havent had the rule come loose after setting it. if you are worried about 1/64″ over a 10″ span, go ahead and get a high dollar square. but I’m sticking with my stanley

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  3. J. Taylor
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Buy this one, December 1, 2004
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    J. Taylor (Oakland, CA United States) –
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    This review is from: Stanley 46-123 12-Inch Contractor Grade Combination Square (Tools & Home Improvement)

    A combination square has to do three things: Be square, move when the nut is loosened and not move when it is tightened. This is the first low-priced square I have found that actually does all three. All of the others wouldn’t move when they should have and did when they shouldn’t. This one moves easily when loose and a light tightening keeps it in place. Less fighting the tool; more doing the job.

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