General Tools 828 Digital Sliding T-Bevel Gauge & Digital Protractor in One
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- DURABLE - Commercial grade digital sliding T-bevel and digital protractor with impact resistant ABS handle
- HOLDS MEASUREMENTS- on digital angle finder for transfers between different surfaces or jobs
- TRANSITIONAL DISPLAY - Digital angle gauge has a reverse display button and flip display button with a locking knob for manual measurement transfer. Full LCD display with large digital angle readout.
- AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF- feature that preserves battery life of the woodworking tool
- DUAL APPLICATION - T-bevel/digital protractor combo- is made with an ergonomic impact resistant handle with 8-inch stainless steel blade used for taking measurements
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Product detailsStyle Name:Digital
- Batteries : 1 CR2 batteries required. (included)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 13.46 x 3.94 x 3.94 cm; 190.51 Grams
- Date First Available : 1 April 2018
- Manufacturer : General Tools
- ASIN : B00563TLSI
- Item Model Number : 828
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5,660 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)
- 325 in Measuring & Layout Tools
- Customer Reviews:
This highly accurate tool offers easy-to-read measurements via a large LCD display and has an 8" stainless steel blade and steel locking knob. It is ideal for measuring, storing and transferring inside and outside angles when building cabinetry, furniture and picture frames. The model 828 offers pioneering technology that takes the guesswork out of angle duplication and eliminates the problems associated with manual measurement transfer.
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For the record, I have better T- Bevels but none digital. I bought this for cutting trim, finding odd angles for framing and woodwork that does not need extreme precision, and checking my math on trig calculations. I calibrated it to my good square and checked it against several other know angles. So far, it's precision has been within what was listed on the box ( which I believe is .4 deg ??). For what it's used for, that is accurate enough for me. I'm sure for the majority of you, that is probably more precise than your saw.
As others have mentioned/ complained about, the body is made out of plastic. In the hand, it does feel cheaply light despite it description stating " Made from impact resistant ABS" ( I know ABS is a light weight plastic, but it just looks like it should weigh more). However, as with any measuring tool, care should be taken anyhow to ensure the tool remains precise so I'm not sure the problem. Would you drop an expensive caliper or square on the ground? no. So shut up and be gentler on your tools.
Bottom line, if you're looking for a relatively cheap tool that measures within 1 deg, this is a great tool. If you're looking for something better, stop looking in the cheap tools.