48-22-5225 - 

Tape Measure, Manual, Magnetic, Nylon, 26 ft Tape Length

48-22-5225 - Tape Measure, Manual, Magnetic, Nylon, 26 ft Tape Length

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The 48-22-5225 is a 8m/26ft Magnetic Tape Measure uses nylon blade protection and a 5-point reinforced frame. It offers up to 10X longer blade life, by resisting contamination wear and increasing protection when dropped. To increase productivity on the jobsite, Milwaukee® magnetic tape features a new-to-world dual magnets, which securely attaches to EMT sticks from below and steel studs in front. An additional innovative feature is the finger stop, which protects finger when the blade retracts.
  • Nylon bond blade protection
  • 5-point reinforced frame
  • Finger stop - Protects finger during blade retraction
  • Dual magnets - Prevents roll off when measuring steel studs, EMT and threaded rod
  • Blueprint scale - Calculates 1/4" and 1/8" drawings
  • Wire form belt clip - Reduces pocket tearing
  • 2-sided printing - Increases measurement readability
  • Up to 9' standout
  • 360° hook attachment


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