No matter who you are, what you do, or where you live, you will always need to measure something. It could be to hang your favorite picture on the wall or measure where to put that brand new computer monitor you bought for a new office space. As long as we're alive, we'll have to continue to measure.
Most people will usually grab a bulky tape measurer or search the house for that wooden ruler that is hiding out somewhere. But what if there was something to make our measuring a lot easier and a lot more cooler. Meet ROLLOVA, the digital rolling ruler that is ready to take care of all your measuring needs. This innovative rolling ruler can measure any surface up to 83 feet that are straight or curved by simply rolling over it. The Rollova 2.0 Digital Ruler is on sale for just $69.97 (reg. $89) for our limited-time Pre-Black Friday Doorbusters Sale.
There's no bulky measuring tape snapping back at you when you use a Rollova, and you don't need an extra hand to help you out. Even better, the ROLLOVA is digital so it takes the measurement and displays it on a sharp and energy-efficient OLED screen.
It fits right in your pocket too, so you can easily take it with you to measure anything that needs to be measured. I bet you're wondering how accurate it really is though, right? Well according to the makers. Hozo Design, the maximum tolerance ±0.4% which is pretty darn good!
The ROLLOVA has a stainless steel body and comes with 2 CR1632 Batteries. You'll also get a genuine leather black carrying case to keep it safe and secure when taking it with you. The ROLLOVA 2.0 Digital Ruler was fully funded on Kickstarter and normally sells for $89 but for a few days, it's on sale for our Pre-Black Friday Doorbusters Sale. Get the Rollova 2.0 Digital Ruler for $69.97 (reg. $89.
Prices subject to change.
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