SAFE-T ® Bullseye ® Compass
SAFE-T ® Bullseye ® Compass

SAFE-T ® Bullseye ® Compass

Item # 45701
Ages 8+
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This 4-in-1 drawing tool can be used as a compass, a ruler in inches, a ruler in centimeters and a protractor. The opening in the Direct View ™ compass point provides the easiest, most accurate location for all circle constructions. Quick-Set ™ radius indicator allows for immediate comparison of inches and cm. Built-in protractor measures and constructs angles. Made of SAFE-T ® Plastic ® for a safer, longer lasting tool. Circles can be drawn with diameters from 1” to 9 3/8”.

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Learning ResourcesSAFE-T ® Bullseye ® Compass
 
3.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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67%

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4.0

An efficient compass

By Chris Mortika

from Minneapolis MN

About Me Avid Gamer, Educator

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Pros

  • Educational
  • Interactive

Cons

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      Comments about Learning Resources SAFE-T ® Bullseye ® Compass:

      This is a plastic compass, designed to draw circles of various sizes.

      This product is easier to use than the venerable two-legged compass. And it is much harder for diabolical 7th-graders to cause injury with these tools.

      The orange SAFE-T compass, with several dozen holes, is probably easier to use, but that device doesn't allow for a student to draw a circle of precisely the correct radius, while this device does.

      The compass holds its position through friction; there's no "tightening" of the device that holds the radius constant. Plastic being what it is, eventually the frictive edges smooth down, and the compass loses its ability to maintain a constant radius. But there should be a couple dozen hours of use before this problem occurs.

      This is the tool I use in the classroom, and I am generally pleased by it.

      The "protractor" at one end is too small to be of much use.

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      5.0

      better

      By Paul Muaddib

      from Phx, AZ

      About Me Education Oriented

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      Pros

      • Educational
      • Engaging

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Indoor

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        1.0

        This stinks

        By geommechry student

        from DC

        Pros

        • NONE

        Cons

        • Slips To Much

        Best Uses

        • None

        Comments about Learning Resources SAFE-T ® Bullseye ® Compass:

        I STRONGLY RECOMMEND NOT BUYING THIS!!!!, and not good is to high for this produst I would give it -100 stars if i could.

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