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Digital Sliding T-Bevel

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Part# 12-03226
MFR Model# 828

Overview

The new Model 828 (Patent Pending) offers pioneering technology that takes the guesswork out of angle duplication and eliminates the problems associated with analog readings and manual measurement transfer. Designed in-house by Generals engineering team, this is the first and only digital T-bevel on the market. It is ideal for measuring, storing and transferring inside and outside angles when building cabinetry, furniture and picture frames; installing tile and more. This highly accurate tool offers easy-to-read measurements via a large LCD display and integrates an 8" stainless steel blade with a steel locking knob. Practical function buttons make it ultra-convenient for setting and transferring measurements instantly.

Features

  • Tools in 1 - Digital Sliding T-Bevel and Protractor
  • Large digital angle readout
  • Holds measurement for transfers
  • Reverse Display button, Flip Display button, Locking Knob for manual measurement transfer function control button
  • Auto Shut off feature
  • 8" Stainless Steel blade
  • Impact resistant ABS handle
  • Full LCD Display
  • Measures and transfers angles
  • Range: 0-360
  • Resolution: .05
  • Accuracy: 0.3
  • Voltage: DC 2.5V-3.2V
  • Power Source:1 CR2032 3V Lithium battery (included)

Specifications

  • H: 12'' W: 5.12'' D: 1.5'' Cube: 0.0533 Weight: 6.8oz \ Weight: 0.42lbs

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