Empire 320mm Measuring Wheel £10 Homebase
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Empire 320mm Measuring Wheel £10 Homebase

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Posted 3rd Oct
The Empire 320mm Professional Measuring Wheel is designed for commercial use, and over rough terrain. The dirt removal flap prevents material build-up on the wheel, maintaining accuracy over long distances. Includes carry bag, and a half folding mechanism with carry handle. The true-zero indicator shows the exact starting point for measurements, while the trigger brake prevents free wheel spinning when the wheel is not in contact with the surface to be measured. Maximum reading 99999cm (999.99M).

Folds to half size, including carry handle, Handle mounted trigger brake and reset button, Side kick-stand, 320mm diameter wheel,

Carry bag included



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Buy two, and with a bit of work, you're sorted.
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As if Unicycles weren't hard enough to master as they are.... This one doesn't even have a saddle or pedals...
Don't need one but I want one
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Don't need one but I want one
spatter03/10/2019 10:30

Don't need one but I want one


Brilliant and same

That seems like a lot of metal for £10... bargain
As if Unicycles weren't hard enough to master as they are.... This one doesn't even have a saddle or pedals...
Buy two, and with a bit of work, you're sorted.
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If I bought it it would stay in the garage. It would still be there decades later untouched in brand new condition.
Lol!!
nipstyler03/10/2019 10:39

As if Unicycles weren't hard enough to master as they are.... This one …As if Unicycles weren't hard enough to master as they are.... This one doesn't even have a saddle or pedals...


Some on here would enjoy having no saddle.
Interested to know why they settled on 320mm for the circumference, versus a more practical metric 33⅓cm or imperial 1yard.
How much does it cost to get it remapped?
friar_chris03/10/2019 21:05

Interested to know why they settled on 320mm for the circumference, versus …Interested to know why they settled on 320mm for the circumference, versus a more practical metric 33⅓cm or imperial 1yard.



I think it is 320mm diameter - not circumference.

ETA - which gives a circumference of 100.531cm
Edited by: "Dave_dave69" 3rd Oct
Dave_dave6903/10/2019 21:35

I think it is 320mm diameter - not circumference.


Ahhhhhh.......so 318mm which would provide a 1m circumference. Thanks.
nipstyler03/10/2019 10:39

As if Unicycles weren't hard enough to master as they are.... This one …As if Unicycles weren't hard enough to master as they are.... This one doesn't even have a saddle or pedals...


I use a measuring wheel for work and I gotta say I'm so tired of every variation of that joke. You wouldn't believe how many people will stop me to tell me there's something up with my 'bike'.
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Picked mine up yesterday and the 150mm one on the other thread.
Massive box of shortbread biccies weren't included
Edited by: "buckm" 4th Oct
If you searched for "niche" in the dictionary I reckon this product would be displayed
buckm04/10/2019 11:55

[Image] Picked mine up yesterday and the 150mm one on the other …[Image] Picked mine up yesterday and the 150mm one on the other thread.Massive box of shortbread biccies weren't included

picking up tomorrow and I think I will also get the smaller one. They are very useful pieces of equipment especially at this price. Spent £25/30 from ebay very long time ago and was useful to calculate distances in a proper millimetric manner for my running.
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