It took less time to set up than it was compared with the type of two struts I have used so far.
Since the pillar part is sold as a part, if you own a magnetic base it will be cheaper if you purchase it. However, confirmation is necessary for fixing screw diameter.
In the past, we moved only the magnet and measured it, just waving the neck, the measurement efficiency got better. Also, since the lock is powerful and the scale of the dial gauge is not shifted, it can be used very relievedly. I like it very much.
I feel that the squeezing part when holding the magnet part and the stand is larger than the goods of other manufacturers. Will not it be easier to use if it is a little more compact? But this item itself is a good thing. I am satisfied.
To the teacher loose the screw at the base ball. Locktite is reinstalled with strong strength. Also, since burrs are present at the end of the magnet on the ground plane, it is cautioned. I'd like a yarn chamfer.