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Open Monday to Friday - 8.30am to 4.30pm, same day dispatch when you order before 2pm

Fisher Satin Chrome Rule - 150mm (6")

by Fisher

Fisher steel rule with satin chrome finish and photo etched markings. These double-sided rules feature both metric and imperial graduations. They come with a handy hanging hole and are supplied in a protective sleeve. 

The clean crisp engineered rules are of the highest quality with clear photo etched markings, subdivided in mm with lines denoting 5mm increments, and numbers signifying every 10mm accrual. The opposite edge is subdivided again into 0.5mm increments for the most accurate of work. The back of the rule is Imperial and marked with 10th, 16th, 20th, 32nd, 64th and figured inches.

They will act as a good reference straight egde and can be used for forming free flowing curves for workshop drawings and will return back flat. They can also be used around the workshop for the removal of glue squeeze-out and the removal of gummed paper veneer tape without staining acid rich timbers ( but it may be worth having a second rule for these uses).

Made in Japan to exacting standards.

FREE UK Delivery on all orders over £30 within the UK Mainland, Northern Ireland, Highlands & Islands, for a limited time only*. Only £5.95 on orders under £30.

Order before 2pm and we'll aim to despatch your order the same day, Monday to Friday. Please allow 1 to 2 working days for delivery.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Great rule

Perfect for marking and measuring with whole to hang up when not in use.

Good rule

Very small rule is very well made. Bought the 300mm version as well, and have used that every day since.

Fisher S C Rules

Good markings clear and concise, bought the 150 mm/6" and the 300 mm/12".


A ruler is a ruler so not much to say....

Actually the point is that the scales on these rulers are very easy to read - welcome for those past the first flush of youth. Certainly easier to read than Verital rulers.