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Takara Tape Measure

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MSRP: $22.00
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Item Description

Clean lines and natural aesthetics mingle to bring your workspace to the next level with the Takara Collection. Made of smooth, golden-toned teak wood, the Takara Tape Measure is shaped to fit perfectly in the palm of your hand like a weather-worn pebble from the beach. Each retractable tape measure is 79" (2 meters) long.

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Design Ideas creates innovative, interesting and affordable accessories and furniture for the home and office with talented makers and artisans around the world.
Dimensions
  • Overall: 0.8"W x 1.92"L
Specifications
  • Color: Natural
  • Weight: 0.15 Lbs.
  • Material: Teak
  • Assembly Required: No
Material
  • Teak
Shipping
  • Weight: 0.17 Lbs
  • Ships Ground
  • Ships for free
Care
  • Wipe Clean With Dry Cloth.
Made in
  • India
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