Discounted: Komelon SM3912 Speed Mark Acrylic Coated Steel Blade Tape Measure 12-Inch by 5/8-Inch, Yellow Case

Komelon SM3912 Speed Mark Acrylic Coated Steel Blade Tape Measure 12-Inch by 5/8-Inch, Yellow Case

Komelon SM3912 Speed Mark Acrylic Coated Steel Blade Tape Measure 12-Inch by 5/8-Inch, Yellow Case
The Mark is built to perform and last. This ergonomically designed 12-Feet Mark can complete any job. This durable by was manufactured for a reason– for daily use by professionals and to deliver when put to the test. The Mark has Komelon’s nylon mark blade. The mark is printed with fractional graduations and stopped and locked with a powerful slide lock. This tape screams quality and will deliver value.

  • SpeedMark fractional graduations on blade
  • Ergonomically designed ABS plastic
  • coated blade with triple riveted end hook

List Price: $ 12.45

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    • Matthew Seiling
    • August 31, 2013

    I’ve used laser lines, not a big fan of them. Unless you spend a fair amount on it (more than $100 or so for a decent one), then the line eventually goes crooked. That and you have to worry about not hitting it while working – chalk works just fine for me, the 12 years I’ve been doing this. Though I know plenty of guys that just love the laser method. To each his own when it comes to that stuff.

    • aDDmoreJuice
    • August 31, 2013

    EXACTLY! I use a lazer and it is quick and easy by far.

    • Thexxhellcatxx
    • August 31, 2013

    just what I needed to know…thanks dude!

    • Matthew Seiling
    • August 31, 2013

    No problems, I knew what you meant. You know, you can just extended the chalk line past the door, it doesn’t need to stop right at the door opening. Anyway, you’ve probably figured it out by now, but at least you’ll know for next time.

    As well, if you’ve flooring is made of anything other than concrete, simply nail and clip the chalk line in place.

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