Trim Gauge® - 4 inch

Trim Gauge® - 4 inch

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"Sometimes the design of a product can be so simple that it's a wonder why it's new to the market"

That definitely can be said about Trim Gauge®, a multi-purpose tool now available that will save Tradesmen and Do-It-Yourselfers both time and money.

The patented design of the Trim Gauge® allows for increased productivity and accuracy in such areas as carpentry, siding, window replacement, adjusting power tool settings, ceramic tile, hardware placement, masonry, flooring, glass/mirror, vinyl graphics, sewing, crafts, and much more.

Featured in Fine Home Building, This Old House, Work Bench, Contractor Tools & Supplies, LBM Journal and, showcased on HGTV 2003 National Hardware Show and demonstrated by Tom Silvas on the popular TV show, This Old House.

Trim Gauge® is well on its way to being a must-have for the professional on the construction site and the Do It Yourselfer.


Adjustable sliding scale on both sides of the tool making it convenient for right hand and left handed measurements.

Locking thumb screw makes it possible to lock down the dimension you are working with, enabling easy repetitive measurement use.

Bright, bold color ensures Trim Gauge™ is easy to find around the house or on the job site.

Compact and user friendly. The Trim Gauge™ fits nicely in your hand while in use and conveniently in your tool pouch without taking up much space like other tools do.

Spirit Levels are built into the bottom of the tool allowing for easy leveling of vertical and horizontal surfaces.

A 3/16" reveal built into both sides of the tool. This is the standard reveal used when installing door and window trim around openings.

Unique "mirror" design. When you slide the Trim Gauge™ and its exclusive patented design forward in one direction on the imperial side, it will read the metric conversion from the opposite direction. When the Trim Gauge™ is locked down it will hold the same measurement on both ends regardless of whether you are using imperial or metric measurements.

Upgraded to include an overall (accumulative) measurement between two points (both ends)