Model#: STYN33-726
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Stanley 680-33-726 FatMax 26 ft. x 1-1/4 in. Measuring Tape

  • Stanley 680-33-726 FatMax 26 ft. x 1-1/4 in. Measuring Tape
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First 6" are reinforced with a Blade Armor     coating which is a patented industrial thermoplastic coating. 11     of standout for extra and easy to read graphics. Top forward blade lock makes it easier to lock and unlock the blade. Exclusive cushion grip built into the case for a comfortable slip-resistant grip and impact resistance. Specially designed, hook grabs on side top or bottom.
Features:
  • First 6" are reinforced with a Blade Armor     coating which is a patented industrial thermoplastic coating.
  • 11     of standout for extra and easy to read graphics
  • Top forward blade lock makes it easier to lock and unlock the blade
  • Exclusive cushion grip built into the case for a comfortable slip-resistant grip and impact resistance
  • Specially designed, hook grabs on side top or bottom
Includes:
  • FatMax 26 ft. x 1-1/4 in. Measuring Tape - 33-726

Specifications

End Type: Hook
Tape Length: 26 ft. / 8m
Tape Sides: 1
Tape Width: 1-1/4 in.
Units of Measure: SAE / Metric

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Doesn't stand out 11', needs own housing mold.
I have tried several of these, and they don't stand out 9', let alone 11'.
This tape shares the housing mold with the same model with a magnetic end. This allows the end to fall back into the magnet recess, making it hard to grab without sticking a thumb into the magnet hole.
May 13, 2018
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