I’ve been machining the OmniSquare myself for the last 6 years, have sold thousands of them to happy craftsmen, and always treat my customers right. I’m always swamped at Christmas time as past customers reorder because they’re such extremely unique and one of a kind gifts (and only available from me). All angle settings are precise to within .003”, literally 2 hairs. Made of solid aluminum and anodized. Markings are now deeply laser etched – better in every way. Watch my full demonstration video at my website, www.omnitoolworks.com - it shows all of its uses very well, and should answer any question.
The OmniSquare can be carried in your back pocket and really does have more uses than any square I know of. It positively clicks in at 90, 45, and 135 degree angles (for square and miter angles), sets as a Combination square (set blade at any depth while maintaining a precise 90 to mark repetitive depths, rip cuts, etc.), sets as a T- Bevel square with angle degree readout (set at, or copy and transfer any degree angle), sets as a handy T square, and can even be set to mark circles up to 12” in diameter.
This is not some imported junk, its quality made in the USA. The stock and blade are machined from aluminum and anodized. The inch markings are now deeply laser etched for precision, and high visibility and durability. All hardware is stainless steel, so there’s nothing to rust. The angle settings are very precise, and it really should last a lifetime. A note for welders is that welding sparks don't accidentally adhere to the anodized aluminum body.
It really is worth checking out my demo video of it (and also check out the video my new Square Gauges for Rafter/Framing squares) at www.omnitoolworks.com where you can purchase either for $25, free shipping – with discounts on multiple orders for Christmas presents)