100W Ceramic Space Heater for Office Small Room Desk
► Portable Heater with Handle
This ceramic heater is a portable heater with the handle. Its mini size makes it easy to place in any room. The size is just .11 *.11 * 7.87in Inch.
Though, the size is small, its functioning is powerful.
► A powerful but quiet heater
The high heat output can be up to 100 Watt power consumption, but the noise is less than 0 db and it will not disturb your work and sleep,
which is suitable for personal heating in office, dorm and home.
► Thermostat Control
The multi-heating modes are controlled by the knob. It is very responsive and makes the surrounded area immediately hot when turned on.
You can adjust the knob to set the temperature as per your requirement.
► Over Heat Protection
The overheat protection feature turns off the heater automatically in case of overheat, and will return to work once it gets to a safe temperature inside.
► Electrical PTC Heater
The personal space heater can heat-up effectively and fast within 2s when turned on, so you can quickly feel the strong warmth in the cold winter
► Warm Up Where You Are
The heater is mini size and perfect for small space like desk area. You can easy move it with the built-in carrying handle and warm up the space around you. Powerful and cost-saving!
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* Metric and inches
* Magnetic hook
* Truss and stud markings
* Multi-color fractional inch markings
* Auto-lock, with button to retract
* Bright yellow contrast for visibility
* Wide tape extends unsupported
Some people don't like the auto-lock, because bumping the button can retract the tape when you don't want to, which can be frustrating, but it's a matter of using the right tool for the job, so not a deal-breaker.
Why care about metric? Try dividing 3 15/32 by 5 in your head. Or, look and see that it is 88 mm, so 88/10 is 8.8, therefore twice that is 17.6 mm. (Dividing that by 4 would be TOO easy, 22mm.) Or even better, a 3-4-5 triangle to get a right angle is easy to calculate with a metric measurement. And trigonometry is much easier to punch into the calculator if messing around with roof pitches and you need to do a tangent or cosine.
FYI, the diamond markings at about every 19.2" are truss markings, which are at 8 ft/5 (96"/5 is 19.2") so that you can layout 5 trusses per sheet. This gives you a bit more support than 24" on-center, but not so tight as 16", which is usually overkill unless you had some serious snow load. The black markings every 16" are for studs or floor joists for convenient layout.
I can't believe I have gone almost 50 years without a metric tape measure, life is better in my shop!
I have paid more for far inferior tape measures. Very happy with this purchase.
What I liked about this tape measure is that it's noticeably lighter, less likely to cut or hurt you, and really well built. It's got a great measure with magnets and an automatically locking mechanism (you click to pull the tape back in). I used it to measure out an area for a park and it worked really well.
I feel like you can't go wrong, but the value here was particularly good.