Mabis Retractable Tape Measure, Compact Flexibile Tape Measure, Blue

Mabis Retractable Tape Measure, Compact Flexibile Tape Measure, Blue

Mabis Retractable Tape Measure, Compact Flexibile Tape Measure, Blue



MABIS RETRACTABLE TAPE MEASURE, COMPACT FLEXIBLE TAPE MEASURE

Conveniently Measure Flat or Round Objects Up To 60 Inches

MABIS RETRACTABLE TAPE MEASURE FEATURES:

  • Compact 2 inch diameter size
  • Push button retracting mechanism
  • Measures up to 60 inches
  • 2 sided measuring tape, displays inches and centimeters
  • Measures straight or round objects
  • FLEXIBLE TAPE MEASURE SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Size: 2 by 2 by .5 inches
  • Weighs: .6 ounces
  • COLOR: Blue
  • WARRANTY AND GUARANTEE:

  • Amazon Exclusive Limited warranty may apply. Please see product for additional details.
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    $ 3.74

    Mabis Retractable Tape Measure, Compact Flexibile Tape Measure, Blue

    • FLEXIBLE TAPE MEASURE EASILY MEASURES ROUND OR STRAIGHT OBJECTS and is handy to have around the house, shop, or with you on the go.
    • PUSH BUTTON RETRACTABLE TAPE MEASURE comes with a convenient push button mechanism to retract the measuring tape.
    • 2 SIDED FLEXIBLE TAPE SHOWS inches on one side and centimeters on the other. The tape measures up to 60 inches long, and is 1/4 inch wide.
    • COMPACT RETRACTABLE TAPE MEASURE is sized in a convenient and compact 2 inch diameter plastic case.
    • WARRANTY AND GUARANTEE: Amazon Exclusive Limited warranty may apply. Please see product for additional details. NOTE: Note: we can only guarantee the quality of this product when sold through Amazon.com or Brazos Walking Sticks.

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