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Milwaukee 48-22-5125 25' Magnetic Tape Measure

SKU: 408275
   based on 18 Reviews
50% recommend this product
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About the Milwaukee 48-22-5126

Milwaukee 48-22-5125 25' Magnetic Tape Measure. Tape Measurers 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 Magnetic Tape Measurers specifically designed to eliminate all those pesky problems. The Milwaukee 25' Magnetic 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 dual magnets to prevent roll, and 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
Type: Metering/ Measurement & Testing
Mpn # 48-22-5126
Weight 1.28 lbs.

Product Features

  • Length: 25'


Rated 4.2 out of 5 based on 18 reviews

Good Tape - Unless You Get Dirty at Work Rated 3 by Anonymous
This is a good tape measure for most uses. The 25' blade is strong and will extend to its designed length without bending. The looped metal pocket clip is a great feature and makes it easy to get on and off of a pocket or belt. However, for the price, I would think that the tape housing would be more durable and resistant to clogging with dirt and other debris. I work in geotechnical engineering, and working around concrete, grout and dirt is a daily task. I've had to completely remove the tape length from the housing to get it completely clean, and now it won't retract properly without me removing the housing and resetting the spring.
Originally posted on Jun/2014

Best Tape Measure...Almost! Rated 4 by Anonymous
I love this tape! It beats all the competitors tapes easily. I've seen all the reviews and benchmarks and videos of this tape. I tried it for myself and fell in love! The belt clip is similar too the clip on the Milwaukee Fastback 2 Utility Knife I have, which slides on easy and saves my work pants from tearing. The material used for the tape is amazing, as is the magnets. The only reason why I chose not to buy this tape is because of one crucial factor... No 1/8 inch fractional markings. I hate math and solving fractions. This is most unfortunate! I really want to purchase this tape but may have to get on of the cheap ones. Please Milwaukee, fix this problem! Otherwise, this is the best tape out there, period!
Originally posted on Jun/2013

Better than any other tape out there Rated 5 by Anonymous
I have had this tape measure for over 4 months now and It works just as well as the day I bought it. It has gotten wet during tile jobs and filled with dust cutting stone and wood. Just pull it out and wipe it down with a rag and it's good to go. I have dropped this tape from two stories without a scratch. It fits into my belt clip on my tool pouches more securely than my old tape, yet it comes off much easier. And finally, being an aesthetics kind of guy, it matches all my other Red tools! Never been more impressed with a tape's durability and ruggedness in my life!
Originally posted on Jun/2016

a magnificent measure Rated 4 by Anonymous
negative: When it fell the big end tab ear bent. it seemed nice being big and catches edges well. but now i have to be careful that when it falls again, to bend it back straight-ish. also the lock mechanism isn't that stable. if you bump it it will unlock. positive: i like that the nylon coating makes it less metallic crinkly when it sucks back in. the finger grip is nice for quick measuring. the numbers on the back are useful when making a mark because it cups the surface and lays flat.
Originally posted on Jun/2014

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