W6110 Model Code: AA (part# W6110) This item features: -High strength case. -Yellow clad blade. -Bold graduations on yellow background give quick accurate readings. -Power retraction operation. -Blade is flexible. -For office and home use. -Blade Width: 1/4 in. -No. of Scales: 2. -Blade Material: Steel. -Blade Finish: Yellow Enamel. -End Type: Hook. -Type: Single Side Tape. -Price is for 1 Each. Testing and approvals: -Manufactured to standards traceable to the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards. Model Code Model Description AABlade Length:10 ft, Blade Style:A16, Increment @ Scale:1/16 in @ 1 in, 1/32 in @ 1 ft ABBlade Length:10 ft, Blade Style:A17, Increment @ Scale:1 mm @ 1 dm, 1/16 in @ 1 in ACBlade Length:6 ft, Blade Style:A16, Increment @ Scale:1/16 in @ 1 in, 1/32 in @ 1 ft
- 1/4 inch wide blade is flexible with bold graduations give quick accurate readings.
- Power retraction operation.
- Power retraction operation
- Pocket size – ideal for office or home
- 10′ length tape, 1/4″ wide blade is flexible
List Price: $ 7.99
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Question by Curious: Why do you need to be wearing a bra when measuring your size?
So I have been looking at several different bra size calculators and measuring instructions. All of them say you need to be wearing a bra when measuring yourself. But what does one do if they have no bra as in being measured for the first time? Are the measuring results really that different if doing it braless?
Answer by Sur La Mer
So your breasts stays up when you’re wearing your bra PROPERLY.
The size when they’re sagging is completely off. Have you tried measuring them when they’re not sitting properly? That’s like measuring yourself when you’re seated!
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