Stanley FatMax BladeArmor Magnetic Tape 5m

Code: 103256

Stanley FatMax BladeArmor Magnetic Tape 5m

Code: 103256


£14.26 (£11.88 Ex. VAT)

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Key Features

  • 32mm wide blade for large, easy-to-read measurements
  • BladeArmor® extra protection reduces breakage
  • Tru-Zero® magnetic hook measures accurate every time
  • Strong rare earth magnet holds securely onto metal surfaces
  • 3.3m blade standout for reach and ease of use
  • SlideLock holds blade securely in position
  • High-impact resistant ABS case with durable non-slip rubber grip

In Detail

The Stanley FatMax BladeArmor® Magnetic Tape (5m) features a Tru-Zero® end-hook, for accurate measurements every time. The Tru-Zero® end-hook has a three-rivet fixing for extra security and a long life. The tape has further reinforcement in the form of Stanley’s BladeArmor®, which gives extra protection to the most vulnerable first 80mm of any tape. The entire length is mylar coated for protection against rust and ensures the tape will be readable throughout its working life. The tip features a powerful rare earth magnet, which securely holds onto steel surfaces. This tape is an ideal choice when working on steel structures or erecting scaffolding etc. The 32mm wide blade is easy to read and has a massive 3.3m standout. The SlideLock feature holds the blade securely in position and is useful as a brake on the tape return. The high-impact resistant ABS case features a durable moulded rubber grip for a secure hold on the tape even in the wet.



Model FMHT0-33864
Graduations Metric Only
Tape Length 5m
Tape Width 32mm
EC Accuracy Class II
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