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Thread: FreeStuff Drawing: Wixey Model WR365 Digital Angle Gauge with Level

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    This would be nice, count me in too

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    Count me in too.

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    just what I need

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Outten View Post
    FreeStuff Drawing February 25th 2011

    "NEW" Wixey Model WR365 Digital Angle Gauge with Level

    * Flip-up display for easy viewing from any position
    * AAA batteries for up to 2 years battery life
    * Built-in level display using Dead Level Technology TM is always visible and permanently stored.
    * “HOLD” feature allows you take a reading and hold the value while you move the gauge to a new position.
    * The machined aluminum base embedded with high strength magnets sits perfectly flat for optimum accuracy. It also has a built in “V” groove for use on pipes or conduit.
    * Push buttons are located on the top surface for ease of accurately setting the ZERO.
    * Made from high impact ABS to stand up to rough workshop use.

    Contact Information:
    Barry Wixey Development
    Phone and Fax 239-472-1299
    email barry@wixey.com
    web site www.wixey.com

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    Great prize! Count me in. Thanks, Jim

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    I will draw the winners name late this evening in order to give everyone a chance to participate.

    Good luck to all of you, this is a very nice prize!

    Keith
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