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Posted 9 September 2022

Bahco CS150 150mm Combination Square - £6.95 @ Amazon

£6.95
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Looks to be a good price for this as Screwfix & Toolstation currently have it for £11.99 still.

  • Sliding combination square with built-in bubble level.
  • Adjustable depth for repetitive marking.
  • Contains a metal scriber.
  • Ruler shows metric and imperial scales.

Largely positive reviews overall on Amazon for its usage:


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  • Stainless Steel Blade
  • Steel Body
  • Metric & Imperial Scales
  • Depth Adjustment
  • Metal Scriber & Built-In Bubble Level
  • For marking 45° and 90°
  • Model number: CS150



This product is subject to specific safety warnings

  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision
  • Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult



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    These Bahco squares are good enough for most unless you're doing something incredibly precise.
    You need to make sure the nut is nice and tight or it can slip.

    For the money buy several so just set it and then when I need a different length grab a second, third, fourth and set that, this means the square will give you consistent results because you aren't constantly changing the setting and introducing small errors.
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    If I was going to (attempt to) do something incredibly precise what brand / price bracket should I be thinking about? (edited)
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    You need an engineers square and dependant on size you will pay for that accuracy. There's one here for a cool £420 !

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    I paid about a tenner for my Rabone Chesterman square in 1975 that's without the rule which was another 5 quid. Mine was for precision metalwork though.
    I was on £14 a week as an apprentice and won a voucher from Roebuck Tools for £15 hence me remembering the cost of this. I may have had a book of Zeus charts for 25p as well thinking about it

    If there are anything like they are a bargain (for woodwork)
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    These do appear to be a generic square this one painted orange and given Bahco branding and hence a higher price
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    It might look generic, and almost certainly isn't bespoke to Bahco, but I've purchased ones that look identical and the quality is noticeably worse so they aren't just any cheap nonsense rebadged.
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    I have literally just replaced mine because the nut wouldn't stay tight and keep it true.
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