It is simple to read because the black background and white numbers are easy to identify the measurements The green additives in the vials make it easier to level it The black and white numbers allow you to make sure you are measuring accurately.
Its multifunctions make this level ruler easy to carry around, so you don't need to worry about losing it or fumbling with it in your toolbox The combination level ruler features a large hang hole, so you can hang it on any wall
Magnetic strips affixed to the back of this level make it easy to use on metal surfaces. Not only will you avoid leaving residue or scuff marks with this magnetic level, but it will also keep your hands free when working with metal.
This leveling tool is made of high-impact polystyrene construction for the toughest jobs Built to last, this bubble level is constructed using high-impact polystyrene.
The weight of eight
Questions & Answers
Do the magnetic sides of this product have the potential to damage non-magnetic dry erase surfaces? Is it going to mar the finish or scuff it up?
There is a yellow poly level and not a black one. It is not magnetic but yet I use it on all the different surfaces as well as on walls of all colors there is no marking. This level is incredible - I have been using it for 3 years and the numbers have never faded or come off.
The edge on which the edge tapers / bevels off is how thick? In other words, what is the thickness at the cap's edge when it bevels towards the middle?
Thickness of about an eighth of an inch. My level is amazing, this is my third level, and I have it for about 4 years now, and numbers are clear to this day. Although I work in the art installation field, I'm not a construction worker. However, I think this is a It has been about a month since I requested that a 36" be made.
The numbers are too small, how can we read them?
I do not think that's true. Moreover, my vision is not as good as it once was close up. One cool feature is that one side of the level has measurements going from 0 all the way to 365, so you can mark off the center and use the level for accuracy. I saw a picture hanger use it and bought it right then and there. We use it all the time to hang pictures.
Selected User Reviews For MAYES 60742 12” Magnetic Polystyrene Level Rule with Vials, Multi-Function Leveling Ruler, Bubble Level Magnetic
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| Feb 28, 2021
The quality is mainly good, but there are some problems
My experience as a curator has resulted in years of using combination rulers and levels to hang art. There is a pair of vintage bubblestacks in white plastic in my possession 2 3, 4 Four examples are shown in the following table A speed level with a 2-foot length is an anodized aluminum speed level In addition, there are 3 This creature has a length of twelve feet. Despite being excellent, all of them have one major flaw The length of the products makes them too long for a tight space with no options for shortening. Having a 6-inch screen has been on my wishlist for some time If you are over 12 It comes in one inch versions. This 12-month subscription caught my eye and I was thrilled to discover it I immediately ordered one of the 1/2-inch Mayes Level Rulers online. It appears that the Mayes product is designed to last for a long time. Observe the distance between the lower numbered end of the ruler and the top of the first increment in the following photo. In actuality, it should be 1/16 inch, but is more like 3/32 inch. of a whole number equals This is not a lot, but in my opinion a ruler is a standard and should be as accurate as possible. In fact, the illustrations of this product show the correct distance, so it is logical to think that the manufacturer does as well. I have never experienced this problem with any of my vintage levels or rulers. It was part of my original 1-page composition. Okay, here is the rest of it I gave it a five-star rating. After being turned down for a refund, rather than to request a refund, I asked Amazon to exchange the product. As for the replacement, it has been placed correctly and that is why it is Due to this, I've upgraded my review to a The stars are. (I am still holding back 1 star due to the quality issue I had with this item previously.
| Apr 12, 2021
Wall layout is good with this
Definitely one of the best layout tools out there. It is less accurate than the 24" model that I own however, I also own the 24" version. Originally I hoped to get a replacement from the manufacturer, but I would have had to send the one I am currently using first. I managed to move the problem vial and secure it by using clear construction adhesive very close to being accurate. I also check It is used professionally for wall layout for artwork in museums. It is marked "0" in the center and imperial scale measurements from center to end go from 1 to 24 on the one edge and imperial scale measures 48 inches from end to end. Each scale has a fraction of 1/16" as the smallest scale marking. It is obvious that this tool is designed for wall layout, so it would be nice if there was a metric centering scale printed on the tool also. These levels come with a side with a metric centering scale, but I can buy steel metric adhesive scales and stick them to the side, but these adhesive scales are more expensive than these In addition to being printed, the markings retain their quality for a long time. With its light weight and smooth material, the tool will not leave any scratches any more than an aluminum tool when used on white paint. There are 28 teeth, 7/16" thick, 2" wide, and 48" long on the tool. When placed flat to the platform, the level's markings will be facing you so that you can easily read them. In addition, the edges of the scales that are printed on the tool are beveled to prevent glare while the markings are placed close to the surface so that they can be easily made with a pencil from a distance. This review was written in the hope that it will be helpful to you.
| Nov 26, 2020
Definitely one of the best layout tools out there
It is also available in 48" but the one I have is less accurate than the one I own in It is used professionally for wall layouts in museums. It has a "0" center, and imperial scale markings from one edge to another going from 1 to 12 on one edge, and imperial scale markings from end to end going from 24 inches to 36 inches on the other edge. Each scale has a fraction of 1/16" as the smallest scale marking. It is obvious that this tool is designed for wall layout, so it would be nice if there was a metric centering scale printed on the tool also. In addition to being printed, the markings retain their quality for a long time. With its light weight and smooth material, the tool will not leave any scratches any more than an aluminum tool when used on white paint. Having a thickness of 7/16" and a width of 2", the tool's length is 24". When placed flat to the platform, the level's markings will be facing you so that you can easily read them. In addition, the edges of the scales that are printed on the tool are beveled to prevent glare while the markings are placed close to the surface so that they can be easily made with a pencil from a distance. This review was written in the hope that it will be helpful to you.
| Oct 10, 2020
Reading is easy, but the information is This is what I bought in order to use a laser level to measure the height of the floor at various spots around my home
With a black background and white lettering, it is easy to see the green laser. I thought it was ideal to number one side in the middle out from 0. However, the ruler as well as the markings are both Even though the ruler itself is almost a 1/16th of an inch over 48 inches long, the printing runs to exactly 1/8 of an inch before the end. The means that all measurements in the middle are off by approximately 1/16th. Similarly, if you turn the ruler so one end is on the floor and the other is on the ceiling, the 0 point at the middle will be different. A tape measure and metal ruler from another store are compared to this ruler in the pictures. There will be a return to Amazon for this item.
| Apr 01, 2021
You may not think it's what you think! The ruler I got from the publisher is perfect for me because I draw a lot
It is difficult to draw a straight line on a piece of paper, don't you think? It's not as simple as that! I thought there would be a level on it for me to use it! Even if your line is not level, it still shows it as being level, so in essence, it is just a level to tell you if your surface is level. I am so disappointed! The last thing I want is to depend on a device that might be needed someday.
| Jun 09, 2021