April 9, 2007

Quick Angle Arrives for Review

We’ve been curious about the Quick Angle ever since we first saw it at the JLC Show in 2006. It’s a measuring tool, barely bigger than a bevel gauge, that is capable of a wide variety of tasks. According to the packaging, the Quick Angle can be used as a compass, a scribe, a drill press jig, and a saw guide. It can find angles, locate the center of a circle, and figure roof pitch. From the looks of it, it has the potential of replacing at least three tools in your tool bag (or at least, greatly reducing their usage). We’ll be testing it this week and will have a full review up soon.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at April 9, 2007 7:39 PM
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