eTape16 just got smarter with the introduction of Bluetooth. It comes with the new eSmart application, which allows you to take measurements, automatically send them to the eSmart application, and then export the spreadsheet into an Excel document.
Inventor Stephen Crane has spent 15 years on a mission: to make a better tape measure. eTape16 is his third iteration—an easy-to-use physical measuring tape with digital readouts and functions.
As you lengthen the measuring tape, the measurement displays on screen. Tap a button to save. Or convert measurements quickly (from fractions to decimals, or inches to centimeters, for example) and calculate midpoints (great for helping to hang a picture). And no need to bend the tape when measuring into a corner—just select the back of the device as the starting point.
This digital measuring tape simplifies projects with less lunging for paper and pencil and less math to mess up.