Internet #309454904

Model # 7455

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Calculated Industries

AccuMASTER Digital 7 in. Angle Finder Protractor and Ruler

$ 24 95

Overview

This is a full-range 360-degree angle finder ruler. Using its 7 in. stainless-steel rulers, this compact tool precisely measures inside and outside angles from 0 to 360-degrees to the 10th of a degree. Angle measurements are displayed on the large screen for easy reading. The Angle Finder incorporates a Hold button for the display to capture the new angle measurement until the user is able to read the display. Ideal for finish carpenters, tile setters, countertop installers, carpenters, paver installers, sheet rockers, crafters, DIYs, anyone who needs precise inside and outside angles.
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This is a full-range 360-degree angle finder ruler. Using its 7 in. stainless-steel rulers, this compact tool precisely measures inside and outside angles from 0 to 360-degrees to the 10th of a degree. Angle measurements are displayed on the large screen for easy reading. The Angle Finder incorporates a Hold button for the display to capture the new angle measurement until the user is able to read the display. Ideal for finish carpenters, tile setters, countertop installers, carpenters, paver installers, sheet rockers, crafters, DIYs, anyone who needs precise inside and outside angles.

Product Overview

Model #: 7455
Internet #: 309454904

This is a full-range 360-degree angle finder ruler. Using its 7 in. stainless-steel rulers, this compact tool precisely measures inside and outside angles from 0 to 360-degrees to the 10th of a degree. Angle measurements are displayed on the large screen for easy reading. The Angle Finder incorporates a Hold button for the display to capture the new angle measurement until the user is able to read the display. Ideal for finish carpenters, tile setters, countertop installers, carpenters, paver installers, sheet rockers, crafters, DIYs, anyone who needs precise inside and outside angles.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
10.25 in
Product Height (in.)
1.25 in
Product Width (in.)
2.25 in

Details

Condition
New
Hand Tool Type
Protractor
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2-year warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
10.25 in
Product Height (in.)
1.25 in
Product Width (in.)
2.25 in

Details

Condition
New
Hand Tool Type
Protractor
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2-year warranty

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Customer Reviews

AccuMASTER Digital 7 in. Angle Finder Protractor and Ruler is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A DIGITAL T-BEVEL — The AccuMASTER Digital 7 in. Angle Finder Protractor and Ruler can be used to... A DIGITAL T-BEVEL — The AccuMASTER Digital 7 in. Angle Finder Protractor and Ruler can be used to compute within a tenth of a degree either an outside angle or an inside angle. The tool has clear instructions, is easy to use, and has a large readable display. The hold button allows you to take a reading and replicate it on another tool. Also the arms of the tool can be tightened just like a T-bevel to transfer an angle. One drawback in measuring angles is that it doesn’t work if one or both sides are less than 7". In some of those cases a manual T-bevel may work. It can be used as a 360-degree protractor if the 7" arms are not too long. The 7 inch rulers are handy for measuring short distances in either inches or mm. It has a carrying case to protect the instrument but it is not easy to place it on a belt. A longer loop would help.
Date published: 2019-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Two things I like about this protractor is that it has rulers on both sides of the angle finder. ... Two things I like about this protractor is that it has rulers on both sides of the angle finder. The other is the ease of replacing the battery, you don't need tools and by just pressing a small button the battery tray opens for easy replacement of the inexpensive CR2032 battery which we can get anywhere. The digital readout is large and very clear. I like the ability of being able to lock the angles with the turn of the dial and the dial even shows you which way to turn to tighten and loosen as a reminder of which way to turn. The on and off button is easy to operate and there is also a hold button for when you are doing an angle you can not see clearly and read after you remove the protractor from the hard to reach area.
Date published: 2019-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is one of those super handy little tools that you didn't know you needed until you have one ... This is one of those super handy little tools that you didn't know you needed until you have one on hand! We are always trying to figure out and/or duplicate angles to cut items around the house and yard and we've messed up more than one piece of lumber by mismeasuring or calculating angles wrong. This little gadget should eliminate most of those user errors! You can set the angle to match a previous angle and duplicate it perfectly. The ruler parts are nice and solid and easy to read. The digital readout is extra handy and eliminates trying to count little tiny hash marks! Came with a nice little storage pouch to keep this clean and safe.
Date published: 2019-06-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This would be a great tool if the arms actually locked. Although there is a knob to change the t... This would be a great tool if the arms actually locked. Although there is a knob to change the tension on the arms you cannot tighten the knob enough to lock the arms in place. I contacted the manufacturer and asked if there was a trick to using the tool or if I had received a defective unit. I was told not being able to lock the arms was intentional because it would keep folks from accidently breaking the digital display unit. Although having a digital readout of the angle can be useful for some projects most of the time I prefer to lock the arms so I can transfer the angle onto a piece of wood or metal.
Date published: 2019-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a must have tool for individuals that do crown molding and other jobs that require exact ... This is a must have tool for individuals that do crown molding and other jobs that require exact measurement for putting angles together. This tool is easy to use and it is so easy to read. The batteries have a long life. The carrying case that it comes with the device is well constructed to protect the angle device. It comes with a great set of instructions to answer just about any question that you have. The tool itself is well made but since it is a precision tool it must be protected from anything that would break or cause the tool to not function properly.
Date published: 2019-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the AccuMaster Digital 7” Angle Finder Protractor, model 7455 (by Calculated Industries).... This is the AccuMaster Digital 7” Angle Finder Protractor, model 7455 (by Calculated Industries). This is a cool tool for finding and unknown angle, transferring an angle, or setting something (such as a table saw blade) to a specific angle. It’s easy to use with it having only two buttons and a knob. Photo 1 shows the protractor in its soft case. Note, before attempting to use it, you must remove the battery’s protective tab (see Photo 2). It uses and comes with one CR2032 battery. NOTE: As I began using the protractor, I immediately began having trouble turning it on, or, if it did turn on, having it stay on. I figured out that the battery was not making good contact within the battery compartment. Also, the knob did not lock in the selected angle. I contacted Calculated Industries and they actually got back to me the same day (within a few hours). They explained that they were aware that some angle finders were not QC’d thoroughly and assured me that all units in stock would undergo thorough quality control before being shipped to customers. Consequently, they sent me a new unit that has had the proper quality control inspections and I confirmed that it works perfectly. I’m not taking any stars off because the excellent customer service, in my opinion, makes up for shipping a defective unit. Once you have a functioning protractor, start by pressing the Power/Zero button briefly to turn the protractor on (it automatically shuts off after 5 minutes). Next, you either completely close or open the arms on a flat surface, depending on the type of measurement (inside or outside) you’re doing, and press the Zero button (or alternatively, open/close the arms on a flat surface and just turn it on). The instruction sheet does a very good job of describing how to use the protractor. I use the protractor in my shop, primarily for setting up equipment, such as the blade angle of my table saw. It’s an easy matter to set the protractor to, say, 60 degrees and then tilt the blade to meet the angle finder (see Photo 3). I checked the accuracy with a precision square and found the protractor dead on. Overall all, it’s an easy-to-use, accurate tool. The included protective case is a nice touch. It comes with a 2-year warranty.
Date published: 2019-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I really like this AccuMaster Digital Angle finder and ruler (Model 7455 - Made in China). It com... I really like this AccuMaster Digital Angle finder and ruler (Model 7455 - Made in China). It comes with a well-made storage case with velcro cover and belt loop. The easy-to-read display shows rotation of the arms in degrees, going past 360 to 720 and 999.0 before starting again at 0, but it counts indefinitely. It shows rotation in both directions, but there is no sign to show clockwise versus counter-clockwise movement (i.e., no “negative” angles”). I found that after exactly 2 rotations it read 719.9 degrees instead of 720, but that's well within the stated accuracy of the display of +- 0.3 degrees. When I rotated it back two rotations, it returned to 0.0. Repeatability was excellent. The display has a “Hold” button to lock the measurement in the display so the arms can be moved without changing the reading. Press the button again to release the display. Note that the measurement is lost if the unit is powered down manually or via the 5-minute auto shut-off. The power button also functions as a “zero” button to reset the display at whatever position the arms are in, which is great for measuring relative angles. The battery compartment is very easy to access: push a small tab on the bottom part of the display case to unlock the compartment, and pull the sliding tray out from the top. It takes a standard 3V lithium button battery (#2032) but the battery goes in upside down relative to usual battery holders; the “+” terminal with the battery marking goes DOWN in the sliding tray. Fortunately, a large “+” symbol is embossed on the battery tray showing which part of the battery goes down. The device includes a locking knob where the two arms pivot. It increases tension but never fully stops the arms, and the act of tightening the knob changes the angle slightly. Both arms are marked in inches on top and millimeters on the bottom, with the top arm graduated in 16ths and the bottom in 32nds. Although the arms are 7” long, the scale of the upper arm isn't readable past 5 1/2” (140mm) because of the display. The bottom arm can be read out to 7”, but only with the arms rotated to about 40 degrees. The graduations are etched and blackened, and easy to read against the matte-steel blades. The arms are 1-3/8” wide, limiting the ability to measure small inside angles, but the pivot point is flat-ground on the bottom so the ruler can be placed flush on the surface for measurements. I have another digital protractor, but the size, accuracy, and etched rulers make this one far better. It's a great tool at a great price.
Date published: 2019-06-22
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