Multi-Mark™

Average Review (4):
     

Simplify Measuring and Lay Out Tasks

  • Three (3) scale configurations
  • Imperial and metric scale
  • Built-in torpedo level
  • 3/16" (5mm) reveal gauge
  • Durable, compact design

$14.99

ITEM#: KMA2900

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Description

The Multi-Mark™ is an incredibly handy multi-purpose marking and measuring tool, perfect for a wide variety of household and jobsite applications. The Multi-Mark™ features three different scale configurations, a built-in level, a 3/16" (5mm) reveal gauge, and much more. Whether you need to transfer a measurement, lay out mitered corners, or align and straighten project parts, the Multi-Mark™ is the only tool you’ll need to get the job done.

One tool does it all:

  • Lay out mitered corners
  • Set 3/16" (5mm) reveals for trim and casing
  • Transfer measurements
  • Align and square projects
  • Set bit and blade heights
  • Lay out wall studs
  • Use as a basic rule
  • Use as a story stick
  • Create markings for layouts
  • Serves as a simple level

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Specs

Includes

(1) Multi-Mark™ and Owner's Manual

Manual Download

Reviews for "Multi-Mark™"

Average Review:
     

Good but could be better

I agree with these other three guys. It is a good tool but has the potential for an even better tool IDF v2.0 is developed. Your on the right track Kreg, just need to take it a little further.

     

By Dorald Keefer

July 9, 2015

Nifty combination tool

Pick this up for free from HD when I purchased the K4 master kit. As another has stated, it does have some short falls. My biggest complaint is the 45° is one way, you can make it go the other way and lay flat on your material. removing the screw everytime you switch between 45 and 90 is a little annoying. Other than that, I use this tool a lot. it is very handy for numerous things from angles to leveling. I do find mine to be very accurate and would consider the normal price asked to be fair.

     

By Nathan Harris

October 29, 2014

Multi-Mark misses mark?

This company makes neat products so I bought a Multi-Mark and for the money it's not a bad tool. But it has some shortcomings. The 90º setting should have been moved to the end of the tool so you can check inside corners. I use this function a lot. It's not possible with this design. And there is too much play in the 90º setting. Also, they could have made a captured nut that slides inside the length of the tool so that you do not have to remove the knob stud and move it to different locations. I'll be dropping that thing a lot (and it always rolls way up under the workbench). Maybe I'll just borrow their nifty ruler and make my own. I think you need to go back to the drawing board for v2 on this one Kreg! My 6" Starrett combo square (with level) does more.

     

By Rich McCulloch

July 24, 2014

Decent Tool

I like the concept of the tool and it does work well. It should be a "go-to" tool for the handyman and carpenter alike. First, I would like to have seen the plastic made of something a little more sturdier material. Second, I think the reveal edges are too large - when one uses a pencil to mark the reveals they become to big. I think the reveal edges should have been made smaller OR one has to use a knife or very, very sharp pencil to keep the reveal mark to what it should be. However, once you get that - it's not a bad little gadget.

     

By Fred Freitag IV

June 4, 2014