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Chalk-Rite CR202B Chalkline

Tajima - Chalk-Rite CR202B Chalkline

This well-built chalkline from Tajima has 100 ft. of tightly braided nylon-poly line that leaves a crisp mark

$30.00 (As of 10/1/2005)

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4/9/2013

Best chalk box ever. Thin string is strong. You can pull it really tight for a straight line over 100feet long. Rapid wind is a must have. Easy to use this box alone with the great end hook. Spend the extra money. You won't be disappointed Mark
4/30/2012

good is gold.
9/2/2008

I have 4 chalklines that I don't like.I bought a tajima and I was impressed .It's the best.
3/19/2008

I purchased this tool thinking it would be the ultimate chalk box. Well it turns out that is is not the greatest. It seemed like the lines would never be very accurate always leaving a line that looked very fat and messy. I tryed everything to correct this differient tension on the string and also different brands of caulk. The tajima chaulk is even a bigger joke then the chalk box. Just didn't ever produce a nice line.