THE FAMILY HANDYMAN OCTOBER 2010 ISSUE.
Etch-A-Sketch for dummies
The Sketch-it clipboard is so simple that you'll wonder why no one ever thought of it before. There's a whole series of micro-grooves etched in the writing surface for your pen or pencil to follow beneath the paper. Just start drawing and you'll have perfectly parallel lines, right and left, up and down, scaled at exactly 1/4 in. to the foot apart. Perfect for drawing quick plans. If you're a contractor and you're sketching deck or addition ideas in front of clients they'll think you're Frank Lloyd Wright! And the plans might just be good enough to get you a building permit for simple projects. Don't try writing on it: your text will look like a third-grader's penmanship. Pens work better than pencils. Go to Sketch-it.com to look it over and watch a really low-quality demo video. Order one for $20 while your there.
The Family Handyman October 2010 Issue.