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Great little gadget and deffinately worth buying!  I have used mine repeatedly since purchasing it right before starting the ottoman I am building right now and am really pleased with its performance so far; it is already covered in dried glue and pencil marks:-)  I have used it for height and distance, router depths, and even to set up some miters...I can't say enough good about this handy tool!  Thank you Kreg folks for making my "job" a little easier in the woodworking and construction world as I am sure it will be quite beneficial on my next home imrprovement project as well!

 

Note the Multi Mark laying on my work surface covered in sawdust!

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Quick question.  Do you have to remove the brass knob to perform and tasks with this tool?

Steve Meriweather said:
Everyone, I agree that this is a great little tool. I have had mine for awhile now and it really helps with all types of markings. If you want to invest in a handy tool this is a great choice. Well worth the money and it will save you time. 

TOMBOY said:
I can't believe you said that; I just thought of two of the things I used it on; making my couch pillows the other day and covering the ottoman; it is handy for all duplicated measurements and sooooo convenient and easy to set!

KregRep said:
We've even heard of people using them for sewing!  Many applications even beyond woodworking.  Would love to see some of the odd applications our community members come up with!
You do if you want to use as square or 45 angle. You would put the ruler in the coresponding notch for a 90 or a 45. Other wise knob is use to lock to the measurement to be transcribed or bit height. Just a few examples as name implies multi - mark or purpose.

Brian said:
Quick question.  Do you have to remove the brass knob to perform and tasks with this tool?

Steve Meriweather said:
Everyone, I agree that this is a great little tool. I have had mine for awhile now and it really helps with all types of markings. If you want to invest in a handy tool this is a great choice. Well worth the money and it will save you time. 

TOMBOY said:
I can't believe you said that; I just thought of two of the things I used it on; making my couch pillows the other day and covering the ottoman; it is handy for all duplicated measurements and sooooo convenient and easy to set!

KregRep said:
We've even heard of people using them for sewing!  Many applications even beyond woodworking.  Would love to see some of the odd applications our community members come up with!
Ok, you guys sold me on this. I'll be getting one this weekend!
I have a total of 4 of them now, I keep one in my kitchen junk draw, one in the work shop, one in my carrying tool bucket and one I keep at my part time job and get this the one that I keep on the job, I have in a cell phone case so I can carry it around with me all day. Guess what I think I'm in Love with my Multi Mark Tool.
Very convenient little tool. I use it when laying out my work. Very handy. I only wish Kreg had included measured markings at the ends of the scale as well ( 1/32 markings on the standard side and milimeter markings on the metric side).
Just ordered mine yesterday .. should receive it tomorrow , sure hope it's as handy as everyone makes it out to be.

A great and handy tool.

I have many uses for it.

I plan to get more, so as to have it handy in various locations in the shop and tool boxes.

I'd like to see 1/32" graduations, as well as graduations on the end of the scale.

For accurate measurements, I rely on my Starret scales, squares---with 1/64 and 1/100th graduations.

I looked at one of these at Lowes last week and thought about getting it, but didn't. Now after seeing all the uses and praise for this tool I think I'm going to get one! Looks like it would be real handy to have around.

If you're a wood worker, handyman, DIY'r---

you'll really appreciate this very handy tool.

 

''Works for me''.

Evenin TomBoy. While browsin around on here, I see you're making an ottoman. I just plained up some maple earlier yesterday to begin a project on a small footstool/ottoman, myself. It's not gonna be to  elaborate, just somethin to put the feet up. Keep me posted on your progress. I'd like to check your the outcome of yours. I'll try n get some progress pics o mine. I'm new to this site, so, I'm a "rookie"   Thnx for the lil review on the multi-marker also. I don't own one, but, maybe in the future, it sounds like a good universal tool. Have a good one, and good luck w your ottoman

What are ya'all pay'n for this little wonder? I'll guess ~$7.
I wish. Amazon = $17. I ordered one to see what all the hoopla is about. Seems a bit much.

Ron Boehm said:
What are ya'all pay'n for this little wonder? I'll guess ~$7.

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