Review: Trend M/P2P01 Point to Point Up to 24-Inch

Trend M/P2P01 Point to Point Up to 24-Inch

Trend M/P2P01 Point to Point Up to 24-Inch
Instantly locate positions for dowels, screws, biscuits. Pins & drilling. 8 x stainless upright indicators. Brass pinch bolt locking mechanism.|designed for both left and right handed use.

  • Automatically provides up to 8 equidistant marks
  • 8 stainless steel upright indicators
  • Brass pinch bolt locking mechanism
  • Designed for both left and right handed use, size range 3-Inch to 24-Inch
  • Expands up to 24-Inch

List Price: $ 29.00

Price: $ 22.99

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Kintrex IRT0421 Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer with Laser Targeting

Kintrex IRT0421 Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer with Laser Targeting
The IRT0421 Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer with Laser is designed to accurately measure temperature from a distance. Simply pull the trigger and aim the pistol grip thermometer at an object using the laser indicator and the unit will provide an accurate temperature measurement in less than a second. The IRT0421 has an advanced highly accurate infrared sensor with a Distance to Spot Ratio of 12 to 1. It uses two AAA batteries instead of the 9-volt battery commonly found in less capable units. With its low voltage application-specific integrated circuit, battery life is increased by up to 60%. This infrared thermometer provides accurate readings over a broad range of temperatures, from -76 to 932 degrees Fahrenheit (-60 to 500 degrees Celsius). It displays both the current temperature and maximum temperature on the bright backlit LCD display. Advanced ergonomic design and rugged construction for industrial environments, the IRT0421 comes with a nylon holster for easy storage and transp

  • Measurement Range: -76 to 932 ?F (-60 to 500 ?C)
  • Distance to spot ratio of 12:1
  • Temperature readings for current and maximum temperature
  • Response time (90%) of 1 second
  • Auto shut-off at 15 seconds when idle

List Price: $ 79.95

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  1. John Bare "Quindar"
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Multi Point Tool, March 17, 2012
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    John Bare “Quindar” (Oakland, Ca USA) –
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    This review is from: Trend M/P2P01 Point to Point Up to 24-Inch (Tools & Home Improvement)
    This is a great layout tool to quickly create equally spaced marks of any size up to the range of the gauge. I had used one of these years ago and have always wanted to get one of my own. It takes out the pain of measuring and marking to get evenly spaced things like screws or even drawer layouts. Really a time saver. The brass knobs can be tightened down to lock the setting so the same setting can be used on multiple layouts with repeatability, this is why I use one of these multi-point dividers.

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  2. Anonymous
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    As others have noted, pretty sloppy, February 8, 2014
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    Dan (Montana) –

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    This review is from: Trend M/P2P01 Point to Point Up to 24-Inch (Tools & Home Improvement)
    If you’re looking for 1/32″ or better accuracy for woodworking, this isn’t the device.

    You can increase the accuracy by marking the piece and then by flipping the tool left-to-right, marking again and then take the center between each pair of marks.

    It’s hard to complain about it because I couldn’t find anything similar in the same price range. It does look like you might be able to drill out the rivets and replace with screws. Not sure it’s worth the time, but it’d reduce the slop.

    Worth having, it’ll aid you for getting in the ballpark quickly and easily, but it’s not a tool you just grab and rely on the result/information.

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  3. Goober
    259 of 270 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Thermometer accuracy and emissivity, August 22, 2010
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    Goober

    This review is from: Kintrex IRT0421 Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer with Laser Targeting (Tools & Home Improvement)
    Most people don’t seem to realize that the accuracy of this thermometer (all infrared temperature sensors) is very dependent on a property of every material called “emissivity”. In general, you will get a more accurate reading when the material has a high emissivity. Materials with low emissivity will reflect infrared light. If the material has a *very* low emissivity, such as with aluminum foil, then the device will be reading the temperature of the objects that are in the foil’s reflection – such as the kitchen, the oven interior surface, and even yourself. Luckily, most of the surfaces associated with foods being cooked have a high emissivity (water, flesh, oil, plant matter, etc), so the device will be fairly accurate with those. But there’s another thing to consider for cooking applications – this device still is only measuring the surface temperature. With foods like meats, you are still going to want to use a temperature probe so that you can measure the inside temperature.
    This device should work well with measuring temperature of candy, melted soap, oils, foods cooked at relatively low temperature such as breads, or food that you are re-heating. It should also work very well for examining doughs.
    It should also work well on most non-metallic painted surfaces.
    It should work *somewhat* on windows, as they have a fairly high emissivity, and low transmittance to infrared (that is, infrared light does not pass through them even though visible light does).
    Do *not* use it on any unpainted metals.

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  4. Lyle Koonts
    148 of 157 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good product –Great price, September 7, 2008
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    Lyle Koonts (California) –
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    This review is from: Kintrex IRT0421 Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer with Laser Targeting (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I bought it because of the low price & was surprised to find it works just as well as more expensive Fluke thermometers I’ve used in the past. It works quickly, has a good distance to spot ratio and it’s priced just right. I’ve used it for everything from spot temp checks of computer equipment to checking my freezer & my ceiling insulation coverage. I would buy the same one again if it were lost or broken.

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