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Black-and-white Rulers
We're Easier Checking the Figures
Date:30, Apr, 2019
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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Good day, everyone. I know this is out of the blue but I'd like to ask a question. You know what rulers are, don't you? Do you often use them for what? For drawing a line? I know, I know. I agree. However, magazines and CD cases can work for drawing a line, can't they?

Rulers can also work for measuring, I suppose. I guess nobody will disagree if all their rulers have the divisions.



Black-and-white Ruler (Black) 30cm
PN: APJ281B
Material: Acrylic Resin

Look above, well. It is a Black-and-white Ruler produced by Reimei Fujii, a Fukuoka company. As you see and get, it is an almost black-colored ruler with white-colored figures.

The better it is, the easier you are to check the figures when you use a ruler for measuring. You agree, don't you? The Black-and-white Rulers have been popular because we are easier to check. Seeing is believing. Actual use must give you what it is.



Black-and-white Ruler (Black) 10cm
PN: APJ128B
Material: Acrylic Resin

Needless to say, actual impressions are different from individual to individual. But nobody will deny the rulers are produced in search of serviceability after using actually. Of course, they also produce triangle rulers and protractors in the series.


Reimei Fujii Website (Japanese)





 

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