Helix Oxford Camo Folding Ruler Green HX74771

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Helix Oxford 30cm folding ruler in camouflage green. Because it folds in half, this ingenious ruler fits into most pencil cases and means you don't have to compromise with a shorter, perhaps less useful ruler.

The innovative snap fit folding hinge was first patented in 1990. There's nothing complicated about it: no locks to be unlocked or catches to be caught. You simply… fold it in half!

Made from coloured plastic and marked in black with centimetres and millimetres.

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Product Code:HX74771
Item Colour:Green
Item Material:Plastic
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Helix Oxford Camo Folding Ruler Green HX74771

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£2.29 inc VAT £1.91 ex VAT £1.49 inc VAT £1.24 ex VAT

or 6 interest-free weekly payments for orders over £30 Laybuy.

£2.29 inc VAT £1.91 ex VAT

Helix Oxford 30cm folding ruler in camouflage green. Because it folds in half, this ingenious ruler fits into most pencil cases and means you don't have to compromise with a shorter, perhaps less useful ruler.

The innovative snap fit folding hinge was first patented in 1990. There's nothing complicated about it: no locks to be unlocked or catches to be caught. You simply… fold it in half!

Made from coloured plastic and marked in black with centimetres and millimetres.

Additional Information

Product Code:HX74771
Item Colour:Green
Item Material:Plastic
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