At this time, we do not offer a left-handed tape rule. We do understand that the graphics on blades cansometimes be awkward for a left handed person to mark with. Years ago, we attempted to remedy this by putting the numbers on both sides of the tape so they read right-side up from either edge. The dual sided tape was ultimately discontinued due to multiple complaints from users who rejected the product for being too confusing. To measure the left handed user can simply hook the blade to his or her left hand and pull the tape to the right with his or her right hand. The numbers should be right side up. To measure and mark, it is necessary to either hold the tape case in the left hand and cross-over to the right to mark, or measure from right to left putting the numbers upside-down.
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