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  • Jul 23, 2010
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Johnson will show you that you do not need to have an expensive tool to do the job right.
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This tape measure is the 1804-0025, a 25 foot power tape measure made of impact resistant rubber and plastic, and weighing only 13.4 ounces. This tape measure is black and yellow in color and has an automatic blade lock. The blade is protected with a nylon coating, to prevent any nicks or help prevent it from being damaged. The blade has printed numbers on one of the sides of the tape; the graduations are in 1/16th increments on the upper side and on the lower side they are in fractional 1/16" marks. 

The blade has four rivets which hold the Stainless steel blade hook to the end. The blade hook is held in place loosely to allow you to measure outside and inside measurements. The lower side that has the highlighted fractional marks help you with speed reading. This tape measure has the nick name of the Tiger Claw because of the shape of the blade hook. Every 12 inches is marked by a black mark with the foot mark adding up as you go.  Every 16", there is a mark because this is the industry standard for studs when building a house.  Plus there is a diamond marking on the top scale of the tape measure every 19.2 inches for floor truss or floor layouts with an 8-foot sheet (8 feet can be divided into approximately five sections of 19.2 inches). They provide a quick visual for the tape user and speed up the measuring process.
This tape measure series also comes in 12 foot (1804-0012) and 16 foot (1804-0016) lengths.
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