Wixey Digital Caliper

Average reader rating
5.0
out of 5
Brand:
Wixey
Model:
WR100
Price:
$40

Description

With these calipers you can read the fraction and the decimal equivalent at the same time so you know that 1/2" is exactly .5", not .51" or .49".

The Wixey dual display digital caliper is the only fractional caliper available that displays both the fraction and the decimal equivalent at the same time. With these calipers you can ensure accuracy by reading the fraction and the decimal equivalent at the same time so you know that 1/2" is exactly .5", not .51" or .49". This may not seem like much until you look at the gap around the edge banding you just inlaid into a one-of-a-kind table! Constructed of high-quality hardened and ground stainless steel components featuring a large easy-to-read display that reads in inches with fractions or millimeters. The fractions are displayed using “precise fraction technology” which gives extremely accurate fraction readouts. The decimal inches are displayed in .001" increments and the millimeters in .01mm increments.These calipers incorporate precision measuring features found in top-of-the-line measuring tools used in metal working. The precision ground measuring faces allow for outside, inside, depth and step measurements.

• 6" digital calipers with fractions
• Displays fraction and decimal equivalent at the same time
• Large display reads in inches with fractions or millimeters
• Hardened and ground stainless steel components

Reader Reviews

Digital accuarcy

Review Summary

If you are looking for precision accuracy inside and outside measurements this it the tool for you. The precision ground measuring faces allow for outside, inside, depth and step measurements. Easy caliberation, measurements in inches and millimeters and a feature that I am thankful for is the auto off, which will save battery usage. It operates of a inexpensive watch battery (CR2035).

Detailed Ratings

5.0
out of 5

Performance

5

Features

5

Ease of Use

5

Value

5

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