Good question, because most people don’t have any use for one. A diameter tape measure is a measuring tape whose scale is stretched out by a factor of pi. This allows you to wrap it around a round object, such as a pipeline or tree trunk, and read its diameter directly on the scale. You don’t need to divide by 3.14159.
Here are some other names that people call these tapes:
What on earth would we do if we didn’t have batteries? Your smartphone wouldn’t work, your car wouldn’t work, your TV controllers wouldn’t work, and your kids’ noisy toys wouldn’t work (wait, maybe that would be a good thing..)
And above all, your engraved Maglite wouldn’t work! Do your customers prefer the mini engraved Maglites that use AA or AAA batteries? Or do they prefer the larger models that use a C or D battery?
Either way, you can’t go wrong with whichever model you give to your customers this year.
Still looking for a special little something for your Valentine? Or maybe you want to play Cupid and treat your office to something thoughtful? Any of these engraved flashlights are perfectly useful and won’t break the bank!
Not all rulers are created equal. Some are rigid, some are retractable tapes, some are in metric, some are in imperial. There is also a special kind of ruler used for converting the measurements on a scaled-down drawing or map: the architect scale ruler.
Imagine one of your community members went missing today. Someone calls the police, and the family reaches out to the neighborhood for help. But by the time a search party is organized, it is the middle of the night- now what? Start handing out engraved flashlights with the appropriate contact information on them. What better way to keep the search going day and night, and to also have the contact info readily available, than to give everyone involved in the search reliable engraved flashlights?