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Contact: Billy Carmen, CEO

April 28, 2003


The updated Measure Level, now shipping, has been redesigned to be even quicker and easier to use.

Van Nuys, California - Wizard Industries' Measure Level has recently undergone a redesign. The result is a new and improved version that allows the already time saving tool to be even quicker to use with less possibility of mistakes.

"The modification was simple to do," says Billy Carmen, CEO of Wizard Industries, "and allows even faster setting of the measured distance."

The new design incorporates a fixed (but removable) pointer, right at the zero point on the ruler. This means setting a distance between the points is a simple exercise of moving just one pointer to the exact distance needed.

"The original prototype version had two movable points," says Carmen, "which meant you had to set two points prior to marking, and do a little subtraction to get the right distance. The new design eliminates that step and possibility for error."

The Measure Level is a device that combines a ruler, a level, and stainless steel marker points into a highly functional, time-saving tool for measuring, marking, scribing, leveling, and many other uses. In just seconds, the patented Measure Level can be used to mark walls for hanging pictures and artwork, for plumbing fixture installations, shelving or cabinetry. It can be used to scribe perfect circles and arcs in wood, sheetrock, or on walls. There are myriads of uses limited only by the imagination of the user.

"The feedback on the original prototype was overwhelmingly positive," continued Carmen, "and the improved version has received a definitive thumbs-up from everyone that has tried it."

The currently shipping version includes a 24" ruler. Accessory rulers of 13" and 48" are now in production, and will be available in the 3rd Quarter, 2003.

The Measure Level is now shipping to Rockler, Woodcraft Supply, Eagle America, and Harbor Freight Stores, and will be on store shelves by June 2003. Other stores are expected to follow.