eTape16™ Review - It's Superb
I've tested countless tape measures in my life. You'd be surprised at the differences between them.
The eTape16™ immediately got my attention as soon as I tried it out. Two different models were sent to me. The eTAPE has evolved over the past few years getting better and better.
Did Anyone Else Test the eTape16™?
As soon as I used it, I thought, "Wow, this is pretty cool." I was stunned by the accuracy as it measures how much tape has exited the body.
I then decided to put it to the REAL test. I handed it to my 29-year-old daughter and didn't say a word.
She looked at it, noticing the screen, pulled out the tape, her eyes got BIG, and she said, "Dad, this is amazing. I want to buy this from you."
It was now time to put it to the ultimate test, She Who Must Be Obeyed - my wife of 47 years. I did with her what I did with my daughter handing it to her not saying a word.
My wife had THE EXACT SAME REACTION as did my daughter. But Kathy didn't offer to buy it from me.
Is it Hard to Read the Measurement on the eTAPE16™?
No. All you do is pull it out and read the crisp display. Watch this how-to-use the eTAPE16™ video:
Here's how hard it USED TO BE to read tape measures!
Watch this decades-old video I recorded to show you how to read tapes BEFORE the eTAPE16™ was even a glimmer in the eye of the inventor:
What are the eTape16™ Features?
- Large LED display that is easy to read in full sunlight or a darker room
- Inside and Outside measuring capability
- Three memories
- US/Metric Conversion
- Centerline Calculation
What Else Can You Share about the eTAPE16™?
The backlit display makes it very easy to read, even in sunlight. A professional finish carpenter might like to try this tape out to see if it doesn't increase his efficiency. I feel for a person who's uncomfortable trying to figure out how to read a conventional tape measure the eTAPE16 will save time and money. It's a great tool for younger people who might not be getting a great math education in school. I hale from an older generation where fractions were a major part of our grade school math class. I'm not sure that's the case today.