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    FMHT33316 - FATMAX® Auto-Lock 16’ Tape Rule
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    Features and Benefits
      It’s innovation you can measure. The new STANLEY AUTO-LOCK Tape Rule is the first auto-locking tape with 11' blade standout. The auto-lock mechanism holds the blade secure until you are ready to release it, and a detachable framing hook is ready to grab studs when you need it. When it comes to increasingyour productivity, let FATMAX® give you a hand.

        • Auto Lock Mode: For control and long blade life
        • Manual Mode: Disengage lock for speed marking
        • Detachable Hook: Allows user to work efficiently in different conditions
        • 11’ Blade Standout*: For reach and efficiency
        • BladeArmor®: 10X** blade life
        • Hook Storage: Securely stores hook when not in use
        • Made in the USA with global components
        • Blade width: 1-1/4”

          *Standout claims based on maximum performance
          **Compared to Stanley 30-419


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