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CST/berger 82-10010B 100 ft. Pro Series Nylon-Clad Steel Tape - Type B ft./10ths/100ths
Model#: CSTN82-10010B
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CST/berger 82-10010B 100 ft. Pro Series Nylon-Clad Steel Tape - Type B ft./10ths/100ths

Model#: CSTN82-10010B
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An indispensable measuring tool designed for the precision minded user, CST/bergers Pro Series Steel Tape measures feature new rubber reinforced rounded design, large soft rubber grip handle and 1/2 in. tape width.
Features:
  • Open reels feature new rubber enforced rounded design
  • Large soft rubber grip handle for a more secure grip during use
  • 1/2-inch tape width for clearer and faster measurement reads
  • Type B End
  • Measures up to 100-ft in Ft./10th/100th
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  • 100 ft. Pro Series Nylon-Clad Steel Tape - Type B Ft./10ths/100ths - 82-10010B

Specifications

End Type: B
Max. Length: 100-ft
Sides: 1
Tape Width: 1/2-in
Units of Measure: Feet / 10ths / 100ths

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