Model#: STYN33-725

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Stanley 680-33-725 25 ft. x 1-1/4 in. FatMax Measuring Tape with BladeArmor Coating

  • Stanley 680-33-725 25 ft. x 1-1/4 in. FatMax Measuring Tape with BladeArmor Coating
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Tough tape measure has a reinforced hook end with BladeArmor     coating and Mylar    polyester film coating the blade for added strength. The high-impact ABS case stands up to tough environments. A top forward blade lock and belt clip add convenience while the cushion grip adds slip-resistance.
  • BladeArmor     coats first six inches to reinforce riveted hook end.
  • Blade coated with Mylar    polyester film
  • High-impact ABS case for tough environments
  • Top forward blade lock
  • Cushion grip for slip-resistant hold
  • Convenient belt clip
  • 25 ft. x 1-1/4 in. FatMax Measuring Tape with BladeArmor Coating - 33-725


End Type: Hook
Tape Length: 25 ft.
Tape Sides: 1
Tape Width: 1-1/4 in.
Units of Measure: SAE



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My goto
I'm a pipefitter this is the only tape that I carry one with a magnet one without. Excellent stand out and durability for a decent price
February 18, 2018
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Quality is really going downhill
This is my third fat max tape, the first two were by far the best tape measures on the market but the latest one I purchase is really just lacking the quality it almost seems like the blade is made a lot cheaper than the other ones I’ve had. And the magnet only made it about a week before falling off. Very frustrated that they had to mess up a great thing
January 16, 2018
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Excellent value!
Where else can you buy a tool for $20-25 that still works 15 years later, despite frequen use?
August 30, 2016
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