Digital Sliding Bevel

Digital Sliding Bevel
Combines T-Bevel with digital protractor
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14N10.12 Digital Sliding Bevel

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The Digital Sliding Bevel is a Popular Mechanics 2011 Editors Choice and it's easy to see what impressed the judges. Combines the traditional 8 sliding T-bevel with the ease of use of the modern digital protractor to accurately measure, transfer and store angle measurements. Ideal for dovetail joints, trim and molding, as well as rafter framing, stair layout and all precision carpentry. Easily sets up saw blades too. Full 4-function control with auto-shut-off and angle lock. CR2032 battery included.

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  • Wildman67

    Tim Wilde, 9/2/2015 I do a lot of angle cuts this is just what I have been looking for. The fast service is excellent.
  • Inadequate Instructions

    Edward H Williams MD, 5/12/2014 As a newcomer to woodworking I was disappointed in the documentation/instructions that came with this tool. A short explanatory booklet about how to use this tool would have been quite helpful.
  • Great Detailing

    James Anderson, 3/12/2014 Gives very detailed measurements. As you know sometimes 45 degree cuts are not exactly 45 degrees and this unit will position exactly where both cuts should be. Very handy tool to have for those special cuts.
  • Easy Accuracy

    Joe Beaton, 11/25/2013 Easiest and most accurate way to transfer angles w/o getting into high cost equipment!
  • Decent Tool

    Kurt, 11/23/2013 Good points: reasonably well made by today's standards,easy to understand instructions and although I have only used mine a couple of times it seems accurate. Not so good: the zeroing out proses is not that precise and I found myself checking the tool at 90 degrees against one of my good squares.

    Response By: Garrett Wade Tech Department
    Thank you for your review on the Digital Sliding Bevel.  We apologize for the difficulty you are having with it. This tool is most likely not defective. To zero it, one must exercise care getting the sliding bevel perfectly lined up with the base. If this is not done correctly, it will be a degree or two off. We hope this helps. Our technician will be calling you soon.
  • Works as Advertized

    trail2west, 7/15/2013 Works exactly as described. Easy to operate with obvious buttons. Very good precision.
  • t-bevel

    MD Helgerson, 2/15/2013 This item is great - easy to use - angles are right on.
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