Axminster Divider Compass with Carbide Scribe
Axminster Divider Compass with Carbide Scribe
£11.15 - £13.70 (£9.29 - £11.42 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
£11.15 - £13.70 (£9.29 - £11.42 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 (4)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Jeff Jenkins

19 June 2018

Doesn't fit a normal pencil

No way can you get a normal pencil to fit in there - the brass screw won't go in as soon as you introduce a normal pencil


28 February 2018


Always was lead to believe Axminster ere built on quality but unfortunately these didn't meet my expectations after using them twice.
1.. They have twisted.
2.. Don't stay tight as a divider or compass
3.. To hard to get a pencil to slide in where the carbon scribe is.
4.. Carbon scribe is flimsy.
5.. The brass screw thread has gone when doing it up.
Would I recommend it, I don't think I actually would

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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