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Axminster Divider Compass with Carbide Scribe
Axminster Divider Compass with Carbide Scribe
£10.45 - £12.60 (£8.71 - £10.50 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Divider Compass with Carbide Scribe

  • Brass adaptor (supplied) attaches to one leg of divider turning it into a compass
  • Adaptor fitted with carbide scribe
  • Also takes standard pencil
£10.45 - £12.60 (£8.71 - £10.50 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

A brass adaptor (supplied) attaches to one leg of the divider turning it into a compass. The adaptor is fitted with a carbide scribe (also supplied) and will also take a standard pencil for drawing circles, arcs etc.

Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

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David P

30 January 2012

Woodworker's Dividers

A very nicely made, nicely finished, solid-feeling tool with excellent joint friction which holds its setting even without the wing lock. The points are resharpenable with a smooth file, which whilst fine for woodworking, make the points too soft to last well in a metalworking application. The carbide scriber is a poor thing, having a flexible plastic stem, and the pencil-holder is a tad thin where the pencil-locking screw passes through, so use with care.

Paul Elliott

4 December 2010

great product

needed these for a long time
will be used often

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