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Posted 05-18-2017 by sauceman2534 at 03:00 PM
Amazon.com has 2-Ct Stanley 25' FatMax Tape Measure on sale for $19.97. Add 2 to cart to receive Buy One Get One Free Discount (shown during checkout). Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks sauceman2534

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Edited May 18, 2017 at 05:58 PM by BeAuMaN
Stanley Fatmax 33-725 25' Tape Measure Buy One, Get One FREE! Promotion runs through June 18th. Great tape measure, great deal!

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Last Edited by bluekiwi May 18, 2017 at 05:46 PM
20% subscribe and save coupon also available (YMMV, it shows on one of my accounts but not the others)

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Same price for the 2 pack at Lowe's.
These FatMax ones have an extra wide blade which allows the tape measure to reach out farther before it collapses. The thick blade also lets the tape measure hold up better over time to general wear.

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I think I paid this price at home depot in black friday.

I have friends who are contractors and this is their recommended tape measure.
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I'm a contractor..... In for 2!
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I don't not see buy one get one free at this link
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I don't not see buy one get one free at this link
You have to had 2 of the 25ft to your cart and when you check out, you will get the 2nd free.
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stanley is one of the best companies for tape measurers, I used to do construction and primarily used stanley version, almost all others suck
20% subscribe and save coupon available (ymmv)
I got the 20% offer on one of my accounts and so 2 tape measures after tax is $17.30 (with subscribe and save)
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I don't not see buy one get one free at this link
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Subscribe and save...for a tape measure? What kind of hostile environment do you work in where people are stealing your tape measure every month?
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Same price for the 2 pack at Lowe's.
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Handful of people have recommended this in the thread and are contractors and such. As someone who doesn't research this kind of thing too often, can anyone explain how/why the Stanley brand tape measures are better than the others?
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Subscribe and save...for a tape measure? What kind of hostile environment do you work in where people are stealing your tape measure every month?
people in construction or contractors or something of that sort where these things are being abused will go through one in a few months max. sand gets in them, they no longer retract properly, the blades wear down, etc.
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Handful of people have recommended this in the thread and are contractors and such. As someone who doesn't research this kind of thing too often, can anyone explain how/why the Stanley brand tape measures are better than the others?
a lot of people are brand conscious. it's a good tape measure but if you're just an average guy there really isn't a big difference in tape measures.
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