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New tape measures from Milwaukee


Milwaukee presents its new Stud tape measures, featuring a blade that is rip and wear resistant, has a fully reinforced frame and and impact-resistant case, according to the company.

“Tape measure blades tear on the jobsite for various reasons including fast retraction, whipping, jobsite contaminants, and more,” Brandon Miller, Milwaukee’s director of product marketing, said in a statement.

“Stud was designed from the ground-up to solve the issue of tape tear through the first ever technology that protects the blade from ripping and wearing. With this new technology, we have also increased the abrasion resistance by 10 (times) of what we offer today so the numbers won’t wear out.”

The 16’ model sells for $19.99.

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