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PAOLINI POCKET RULES

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Looks like Woodpeckers added these to their regular product line. I have been waiting for these to return as a OTT. I have exceeded my tool allowance for the month, but these will be added to my Woodpecker collection soon :)

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The stainless steal is my go to always in my apron. In fact i bought a spare the last time they ran it :) 

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6" is the one I use and stainless becuase I find the red hard to read but that's probably just my bad eyes

 

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1 hour ago, pkinneb said:

my bad eyes

That makes two of us.  I will probably get the stainless steel then.

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I find stainless to have enough glare that tiny accurate measurements are difficult late in the day. I've had a 6" imperial and the metric version in my pocket every work day since June 2013. I often use the metric one to transfer marks without ever reading the scale. But the primary use for the metric one is setup work using my Domino. I called Woodpeckers just a few days after receiving my Imperial(inch)ruler and they promptly shipped me the metric version. They make extras of the " One time tools " but only limited numbers.

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What’s on the back side of these? I didn’t see any pictures that show the back. 

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1 hour ago, JohnG said:

What’s on the back side of these? I didn’t see any pictures that show the back. 

Mine is 1/16" on one side and 1/32" on the other side. I got the dual metric inch version and use the metric just as often as the inch.

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Was glad to see they made these permanently offered tools. These are popular when they did OTT runs of them.

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