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Non-Skid Steel Corkback Rulers

by Pacific Arc

1 1/8 in. wide. Top edge graduated in inches, bottom edge graduated in millimeters. Cork on back provides non-slip grip when working on papers.

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Non-Skid Steel Corkback Rulers

by Pacific Arc

Average User Rating: Based on (8 Reviews)

5 8

Terri M. from Cincinnati, OH says:

This doesn't move anywhere! And you can't slice through it with an xacto knife!

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Are these rulers flexible?

- Asked by Ana on 28-Nov-12

These ruler are slightly flexible, but not bendable.

- Answered by MisterArt on 01-Dec-12

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Rated by: Terri M. in Cincinnati, OH
This doesn't move anywhere! And you can't slice through it with an xacto knife!
Rated by: Matthew B. in West Lafayette, IN
Great Quality so far. Price was also right.
Rated by: Ken H. in Ponchatoula, LA
Great ruler--thin and flexible--just what I wanted
Rated by: Vanessa O. in Reston, VA
This ruler is great for using with engineering drawings. The cork backing is wonderful, too.
Rated by: Cathy L. in Grand Forks, ND
These are WONDERFUL to work with and very affordable. They don't skid like others do. Great product!
Rated by: amy h. in boston, MA
A great ruler. Very sturdy and doesn't skid. Very happy with my purchase
Rated by: Steve P. in Alcoa, TN
A true value is hard to find these days but these rulers are that and more. Sturdy, truly non-slip and economical. Product performs beyond what one would expect from so a reasonably priced item.
Rated by: Clarissa C. in Chicago, IL
These REALLY don't slip, allowing you to apply pressure to the side without the fear of losing your straight line!

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