Return with us now to those golden days of yesteryear, when models were made of wood. You pick the successful Spirit of St. Louis airplane, 5-1/2” long with a 7-3/4” wingspan, or the less-successful model Titanic, 7-1/4” long. You’ll need to supply your own glue, sandpaper, paint and tiny iceberg or Charles Lindbergh.
You need a dehumidistat to sense the relative humidity and turn on a fan or whatever dehumidifies you. This one is from Broan-NuTone and is rated for up to a 10A load at 120VAC and 5A at 240VAC but can be used with a low-voltage (24V or less) fan. Use the clearly marked, easy-to-use dial to set your humidity anywhere from 20 to 80 percent, with full on and off settings as well. Housing measures 4-1/2” x 2-3/4” x 1-1/2” with keyed 5/32” mounting holes. Comes with mounting hardware, Lo-V terminals and wiring instructions. Made in Canada by humid Canadians. Broan #DH100W.
Says so right on the packaging. Measures (pun intended) 18” long x 1-1/2” wide. Has 1/32” increments for the first inch, then 1/16” on one edge and 0-45cm in 1mm increments on the other. Made in England of blue-tinted translucent plastic. (There is no legal penalty for using it at home or in a school.)
You’re bound to be able to read through one of the lenses on this triple-lens hand-held magnifier. You pick. There’s a large, 5-1/4” acrylic lens at 1.5X with a 1” dia bifocal on the left at approx 2X and a doublet in the handle at approx 7X. (Ignore the surplus-inducing mis-marked lens powers; we tested ’em and the powers listed here are accurate.) Has (3) white LEDs under the main lens for your viewing pleasure and measures 10-3/4” long . The other is the same thing in a slightly smaller size, 8-3/4” long overall with a 3-3/8” x 1.5X main lens with a 1” dia bifocal on the left at approx 3X and a doublet in the handle at approx 7X. You add (3) “AAA” batteries for the LEDs.
Is there anything sadder than those cars with the molding stuck on the doors with big cross-wise hunks of duck tape? (You know who you are.) Do it right with the right stuff, such as this extra-sticky double-sided auto molding tape from Cantech®. Measures 15/32” wide and you’ll get (15) feet of it, which is plenty unless you’re driving a ’57 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser, then get two.
For practically nothing. This little home tile installation and repair kit has a 5-3/4" grout saw with a 1-1/8" business end, a 4-3/4" long spreader/scraper/squeegee, a 4-3/4” long trowel with square and v-notched sides, and a sponge for grout cleanup. Best for working with tiles 8” square or smaller. Don’t go into the bathroom without it.
Depends on whether you stretch him or not. Same with spiders. To prove it, get this reptile set with a trio of 1-1/4” spiders that will stretch to 4” to 5” and a quartet of quite tensile 8-1/2” snakes that will stretch to darn near a yard long. All in mostly non-reptilian but pretty colors. Bonus: includes a little lenticular (that means stuff appears in 3-D or moving) card, included for no reason that we can think of.
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