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      Customer Reviews

      4.3 Based on 116 Reviews
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      AVIANA O .
      United States United States
      05/26/2020

      YOU CAN DO THIS!

      Ok, you ready? I'm 48 yrs. old, a girl, and have NEVER cut finish trim in my life!!!!!! I wanted to add a piece of DIY crown to make Craftman Style Laundry cabinet, and here it is on the first try! My miter was almost 46 degrees! Now if I would have cut this at a true 45, I would've been caulking and spackling this stuff like mad! Now you may not like my choice of style, but at least you know that this crazy tool is worth EVERY penny!

      05/28/2020
      TheRainbowBunny

      Hello, thank you for your feedback, we are always striving to be better for our customers. Please contact us as we would love to make your experience awesome :)

      JB
      Javon B.
      United States United States
      05/26/2020

      Useful tool

      This, indeed, is made of plastic. That said, as accurate as I can read the device, it is right on. I think you can easily read this to 1/2 degree, which is sufficient for finish carpentry. Your ability to cut is no better. Those who complain about inaccuracy should get over it. If you think you know better than Starrett then simply include the offset you think you measure.

      05/27/2020
      TheRainbowBunny

      Thank you for our kind review!

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      Steven x.
      United States United States
      05/26/2020

      the perfectionist companion

      this is a nice tool , it figures out the correct angle need for miter joints , it takes out the old (2) part (2) tool method , i recently saw a contractor use the larger version to make a unknown angle miter cut , with no effort , the miter was correct no gaps , no need to caulk the joint excessively , some times these unknown miter cuts take a few trips back n forth to the saw , if you actually have a conscious about your work , even if it is getting painted , some guys would probably laugh @ someone using this protractor , but really wishing they had 1 ! unless you have a laser protractor installed in your eye , doing crown moulding can be a little tricky , that is if a caulking tube isnt one of your most used tools

      05/27/2020
      TheRainbowBunny

      Thank you for taking the time to give us a review :)

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      AUBRIE M .
      United States United States
      05/26/2020

      Slick As **** !!

      If you do or are going to do trim work of any kind, if you are even THINKING about doing trim work, crown, base, door WHATEVER..... get this tool. Even makes an idiot like me LOOK like I know what I'm doing !

      05/28/2020
      TheRainbowBunny

      We appreciate your review!

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      WHITNEY Z.
      United States United States
      05/26/2020

      Nice that the scale marks single cut and "miter" cut ...

      Nice that the scale marks single cut and "miter" cut angles (divide the angle by two since you cut half the angle on both pieces for miter cuts). Big dial is necessary to keep the markings visible and discernible to older eyes like mine. A great Starrett tool that, being plastic, is unaffected by humidity (like wood ones) is rugged, can survive being dropped without denting, bending (like metal ones) or throwing it out of alignment.

      05/27/2020
      TheRainbowBunny

      Thank you for taking the time to give us a review :)