A combination square small enough to be carried around in a back pocket and large enough to do the majority of your everyday marking out jobs. Just think, how often do you actually use the full length of a standard 300mm(12") combination square? Not that often, we will wager. This is a very nice looking tool, the blade is pearl chrome for maximum clarity and the stock is cast iron with a black crackle finish and ground edges and faces. Calibrations are both metric, in centimetres and millimetres and imperial in eighths and sixteenths one edge and thirty-seconds and sixty-fourths (for the keen sighted) on the other. The centre finder is a useful feature, not that often used but handy for those who turn, whether in wood or metal. Other functions are try square, 45° mitre square, rule, depth gauge, marking gauge and level.
|Blade Length||150 mm (6")|