Giraffe Measuring Tape Uses The Neck To Measure
By Ryan on 03/30/2016 6:00 AM (Updated: 03/20/2018 6:07 PM)
Miss Meter is a measuring tape that's shaped just like a giraffe. To measure things you simply pull up on the head of the giraffe to reveal the measuring tape, thus making the giraffe's neck even longer. I can't think of a more perfect way to get those lazy kids to start fixing some things around the house. Set them up with this giraffe measuring tape, the Swiss army knife that reveals animal shaped tools, along with this bear shaped ratchet set, and they'll be hard at work in no time on repairing that broken chair, installing those new cabinet doors, and remodeling your master bath in no time, all while you sit back and sip some beers. This is what you had children for in the first place, now sit back and reap the benefits.
Designed by OTOTO, a product design shop based out of Israel that's brought you many other items featured on Odditymall, the giraffe shaped measuring tape contains measurements in both the metric system and imperial system, and has a total length of about 6.5 feet. The giraffe measuring tape is made from an ABS plastic shell along with a stainless steel measuring tape and spring inside, and when fully collapsed it measures 5.9 inches tall x 3.1 inches long x 1.2 inches wide.
The giraffe measuring tape, aptly named Miss Meter, has a button near the tail of the giraffe that is used to stop and hold the measuring tape wherever you like, and even has a ruler on the outside shell of the animal's neck that you can use to measure things without needing to reveal the actual measuring tape.