When it comes to measuring the length of an object, the "tape measure type" that pulls out a band with a graduated scale to measure is familiar, but a digital measure that can be easily measured by simply rolling the surface of what you want to measure has appeared. That is "Mini-Q". We are looking for support at GREEN FUNDING, and at the current price of 9280 yen, you can purchase it at an early discount price of 6494 yen.
The biggest feature of "Mini-Q" is that you can measure the length just by rolling it. It is equipped with a high-precision encoder with excellent measurement performance inside, and you can set the start point and roll the main unit to the end point to perform measurement. It is useful when you want to measure the length and size of curved parts and three-dimensional objects that are difficult to measure with a tape measure.
The measurement results are displayed on the 1.8-inch display. The display that emphasizes visibility is easy to see, and the measurement results can be seen at a glance, so you can cut out the troublesome process of "checking the scales one by one". It's also nice that it has a back light and can be used in dark places.
The world's smallest class with a diameter of 5.3 cm and a thickness of 1.5 cm. It weighs only 35g and is convenient to carry. In addition, the main body is equipped with a 200mAh battery, and it is possible to measure 3000m with 2 hours of charging. Another feature is that the waiting time is as long as 180 days.
The measurement results are automatically recorded in the main memory up to 10 times. With a conventional measure, you had to make a note of the result each time you measure it, but since this product allows you to view past measurement results with a simple operation, you do not need to make a note.
The "Mini-Q" allows you to easily measure even on curves. The planned sale price is 9280 yen, but you can purchase it at GREEN FUNDING as an early discount price of 6494 yen. The support period is until 23:59 on July 31, 2020. Nowadays, it is an item that is also active in DIY, so why not take this opportunity?