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Odd Job Measuring Tool

    Ref. 15894
    £32.99
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    Reviews (11)
    Odd Job Measuring Tool
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    • A great gift for any handyman or craftsman
    • Beautifully made from hardwood and brass
    • First made in 1888
    • Boxed
    DESCRIPTION
    An all-in-one multi-purpose measuring and marking tool.

    Originally made in 1888 the Odd Job Measuring Tools is just as invaluable for any handyman/craftsman today as it was when it was first designed.

    The handy multi tool includes an inside mitre and tri-square, a scribing tool, a T-square, a depth marking gauge, a plumb level and a 15cm rule.

    Beautifully made from brass and hardwood.

    Boxed. 16 x 15 x 2cm.

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    Product Review
    Handy gadget
    I bought this tool as a present for a model making friend and he has found it very handy.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Sannar
    Service Review
    Swift service and delivery.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Sannar
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    odd job measuring tool
    well made. easy to use.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    hywel jones
    Service Review
    quick service.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    hywel jones
    Product Review
    A well received Christmas present!
    Can't give this a five star rating, as I don't yet know how good it will be to use, but my husband was very pleased to receive it as a Christmas present as he does a lot of small craft work, and says it will come in very handy.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Karen Lane
    Service Review
    Prompt delivery, and the item came nicely packaged.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Karen Lane
    Product Review
    Odd Job Measuring Tool
    Very nicely made but I to expected to be a bit bigger probably best suited to model makers and alike.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    John Meaden
    Service Review
    Quickly posted and well packed
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    John Meaden
    Product Review
    Odd Job Measuring Tool
    Bought as a present and cannot review quality of tool so will put Average. However the description of 'boxed' is somewhat misleading as it gives the impression of a presentation box. The tatty box is not suitable to be given as a present. Suggest you remove 'boxed' from the description.
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    Service Review
    Order arrived very quickly
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    Product Review
    Odd job measuring tool
    Good sturdy product and looks like a handy addition to the tool box
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Product Review
    Nice work!
    Bought as a present and much appreciated by recipient. Beautifully made and very practical.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Jane Withers
    Product Review
    Odd Job Measuring Tool
    Bit worried when the package arrived and it was so small, considering it costs £30. However, recipient was very pleased with it and it went together very easily, but he has not yet tried it out on an 'odd job'! So, jury is still out on whether it is worth £30.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Sharpe Words
    Service Review
    Very good service and packaging etc.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Sharpe Words
    Product Review
    Measuring tool
    Bought as a Christmas gift. Very well made & looks useful.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Peter Ellis
    Service Review
    Promptly dispatched and well packaged
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Peter Ellis
    Product Review
    Measuring tool
    Bought as a Christmas gift.
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Nicola Bass
    Service Review
    Great service
    Recommended:
    Yes
    Reviewed by:
    Nicola Bass
    Product Review
    Odd Job Measuring Tool
    Although well made and completes each task well I felt the item was a little too small
    Recommended:
    No
    Reviewed by:
    Graham Watts
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