Construction long tapes often end up busting the user’s knuckles when rewinding. Crescent Lufkin revamped its design to create the new Steel Construction Long Tapes, protecting the hands that use them while getting the job done. The tapes feature a rugged over-mold casing that surrounds the tape for greater protection and durability. Built-in tether points allow for fewer drops from height. 

An extra-wide, dual-sided end hook increases surface area for a strong grip. Meanwhile, the dual-prong system folds up or down, allowing the user to utilize both sides of the blade. The crank is ergonomically designed with a built-in stop that allows the crank to travel above the user’s fingers during retraction. The rewind ratio provides a fast, controlled mechanism, and the seated handle protects the crank assembly during storage.

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