The PS-100 pocket square is perfect for carpenters and joiners. The innovative design results in a slim, robust little tool that fits in the palm of your hand.
Engineered using 2mm stainless steel and CNC-milled aluminium. The PS-100 includes incremental 1 degree marks around the outer edge, with handy slots cut to the profile of a carpenter's pencil every 5 degrees for added precision. A sharp pivot point on the CNC-milled stock ensures each measurement on the PS-100 is highly accurate.
Laser cut oval holes at 1mm intervals allow a snug fit for the pencil lead, and the polished aluminium stock reduces friction to allow for smooth, easy gliding when marking lines parallel to the work piece edge.
Also available as an imperial version PS-4 Pocket Square
- 0-90 degrees
- 100mm ruler
- 100 laser cut oval pencil slots (every 1mm)
- Robust stainless steel design
- CNC-milled, polished aluminium stock
- Corrosion resistant
I feel mixed. It's a very well made tool, no doubt. The millimeter scribe holes are great for a mechanical pencil, and the fit and finish is good. The massive drawback for me is the front measurements are not the same on the reverse side of the tool, rendering all those scribe holes useless if reversed. Had I seen this prior to purchasing it I probably would have gone for the Martenez micro square instead, but there are no photos anywhere online illustrating this.