I would like to recommend this Multi-Angle Measuring Tool!

Hi all,

One of my good old friend recommended me a tool which measures any angle without re-measuring it over and over. Well that sounded perfectly for me as I do house work on weekly basis.

I don’t need professional tools, but I’d also rather not waste money on really terrible ones. Therefore, I took my friends advice and bought the measuring template tool.

And it actually did a good job. I didn’t had to re-adjust everything every single time (like you would do with any other tool).

Anyways, I just wanted to share my little experience with this tool and if any of you are interested into trying it out, you can find it here:


Thanks for reading!

A few different options and prices for us this side of the pond - I’ve only linked to a few of those that appear on Amazon - tried to hit the low and high priced ones - with a few in between:






Curious - what makes this so useful vs a simple angle finder?

I’ve always used a bevel gauge fro transferring angles and sometimes a Starrett protractor head when I needed to start an angled line from scratch. I’m not sure how Janisbeitans (who posted about this) is using it - but I guess you can set it up to draw many different 3 and 4-sides shapes. It might be a useful tool or just a dust collector - but at $3.28 - not a very expensive one

That looks a pretty useful one based on its flexibility.

Then there’s this angle transfer device by festool. Different design, mainly to use with their Kapex miter saw. https://www.amazon.com/Festool-494370-Miterfast-Transfer-Device/dp/B0036V4LIC/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1499001552&sr=8-2&keywords=festool+angle+finder Only :smirk: $171.00

I got the Bora which is similar. Paid $21 at woodcraft closeout section, so I thought I’d try it. I’ve used it a bit with my Hitachi chop saw which cost (on sale/damaged box) about half of what the Festool angle device cost. I will use it whenever I do baseboards, etc. There are other ways to do things but this speeds it up once you get the hang of it. https://www.amazon.com/530401-Duplicating-Duplicator-Measuring-Transfer/dp/B01J7KWMEA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1499001552&sr=8-1&keywords=festool+angle+finder I watched the Festool videos to figure out the principle, though.

Also this one from Nobex:


or if you are on the other side of the pond: