Diameter Tape Measure, SAE, Blade Length 10 ft., Blade Width 1/4 In., Blade Material Steel, Case Type Closed, Graduations 1/32 In. First 12 In., 1/16 In. Thereafter, Graduation Type in./ft., Case Material Chrome/ABS Plastic, Belt Clip No, Blade Color Yellow, Case Color Chrome, Features 16 In. Stud Markings, Blade Coating Polymer, Hook Riveted, Corrosion Resistant with True-Zero(TM), Lock Type Slide Forward, Rewind Type Automatic, Standout Not Rated, Stud Markings YesAmazon.comWith a slim, trim case, the Stanley 10-Foot-by-1/4-Inch PowerLock Pocket Tape Rule is ideal for pockets or purses. A special Tru-Zero hook does double-duty as a pivot for drawing circles and arcs. For longer life and durability, this tape measure features a polymer-coated blade, a heat-treated spring, and a chrome-plated metal case. Trust Stanley to deliver the tape rule that's right for you. of Stanley tape rules. A convenient belt clip is fastened on back of the case. This tape rule has a 1/4-inch-by-10-feet blade and even measures up to 3-foot diameters on its back side. It comes with Stanley's limited lifetime warranty. About Stanley LeverLock Tape Systems Designed for home improvement and everyday use, LeverLock tape systems provide innovative features at an attractive price, all while maintaining Stanley's commitment to quality and performance. Featuring a 20-percent smaller rounded bi-material case to improve functionality, increase comfort and help prevent the tape from slipping out of the user's hand, LeverLock tape rules includes a slip-resistant rubber grip and a rubberized blade-locking lever. A red blade lock override button allows the tape to be used in two modes. When the button is set with the locked padlock icon pushed out, the blade will not retract unless the user depresses the black lever on the bottom of the tape rule case. When the button is set with the unlocked padlock icon pushed out, the blade extends and retracts freely. From the ManufacturerThe Stanley Works, originally a bolt and door hardware manufacturing company located in New Britain, Connecticut; was founded in 1843 by Frederick T. Stanley. A few years later, in 1857, Frederick?s cousin, Henry Stanley, founded The Stanley Rule and Level Company. In 1920, The Rule and Level Company merged with The Stanley Works and would go on to become it?s famous Hand Tools Division. Over the years, The Stanley Works has produced some of the most innovative and useful tools ever made. Among these tools are the Bailey Plane, the Surform shaper, the PowerLock tape rule and most recently the FatMax line of products. Today, more than ever, Stanley continues to be an industry leader in tool innovation. In 2001, Stanley introduced more than 100 new products, bringing to 400 the number of new products introduced in the past four years. As a direct result of Stanley?s commitment to excellence, Stanley was awarded the Prestigious Golden Hammer Award, presented for New Product Innovation in both 2000 and 2001.