About Measuring Tools
Measuring Tools are an important component of any workshop or tool kit as they offer precise metrics. For the same reason, Sparesbox carries a massive range of measuring tools from Toledo Tools and Kincrome Tools, the two leading brands in automotive tools industry.
What do Measuring Tools do?
When it comes to keeping your vehicle as well put together as possible, even the slightest missteps in measurement can be disastrous. As such, every mechanic, workman and everyday hobbyist should always make sure to have a good set of measuring instruments around to ensure that every measurement you make is millimetre perfect.
You can find a range of measuring tools and select as per your usage. While angle finders and builders square are used to measure accurate angles, a feeler gauge helps in measuring small gaps. Tape measure and rulers are handy and compact tools that provide accurate measurement on different surfaces and can easily fit in your pocket. For measuring longer distances on an uneven or rough terrain, a measuring wheel is advisable.
Why are Good Measuring Tools Essential?
Ensuring that your measurements are always as accurate as possible, Kincrome measuring tools are all manufactured from high grade materials geared towards preventing wear and corrosion in all situations. Kincrome rules are made from high quality stainless steel to ensure they always deliver the most accurate measurements, and their tape measures are all manufactured from heavy duty materials to ensure you never get a measurement wrong.
Our Range of Measuring Tools
Sparesbox's range of measuring tools is incredibly diverse and designed to be as accurate and hard-wearing as possible in all situations. Kincrome Tools and Toledo Tools manufacture a huge variety of rulers, measuring tapes, verniers and measuring gauges to cover and measure all areas of your vehicle, meaning that whether inside or out, nothing is out of place. As with all their individual tools and tool sets, every Kincrome tool is backed with a lifetime warranty against defects, meaning you can set to work in the confidence that your tools won't fail on you at a bad moment.