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Milwaukee 48-22-5117 16' Tape Measure

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About the Milwaukee 48-22-5117

Milwaukee 48-22-5117 16' Tape Measure. Tape Measures tend to generally have a few flaws that make a simple task difficult at times. Sometimes the numbers are hard to read, sometimes it slips off of rounded pipes, and at times they can easily break when dropped. Milwaukee has created a line of Tape Measures specifically designed to eliminate all those pesky problems. The Milwaukee 16' Tape Measure is equipped with a 2 siding printing that increases readability, a 9 foot standout, and a five point reinforced frame for added protection. The Tape Measure also features a nylon bond blade that last 10X's longer than the standard blade. This Tape Measure is great for scaling blueprints, and is ideal for both residential and commercial applications.

Product Details

Product: Hand Tools
Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Mpn # 48-22-5117
Weight 0.92 lbs.

Product Features

  • Length: 16'
  • Product: Tape Measure
  • Cat #: 48-22-5117


Rated 4 out of 5 based on 1 reviews

excellent, feature laden measuring tape Rated 4 by Anonymous
For me, the best feeling and easily used tape measure I've used. I have a 16' and 25', and use this one more frequently. The finger stop is great for fast measurements, double sided marking means it can be used upside down or straight up easily, the oversized gripper is easy to grab onto an edge at length. It's highly flexible and durable, the scale built in makes jobsite print reading even easier. The belt clip can be attached at many angles to many surfaces on my tool belt or normal work jeans, making it customizable to the user. Only place I see room for improvement is the gripper tends to cause the tape to flip over at long (8-10 foot) standouts or during vertical measuring, and the spring retraction is a bit slower than models some users may be used to. More a matter of taste, and still my favorite tape!
Originally posted on Jun/2016

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