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2.5" wide by 2.25" tall

Forgot to mention it has a magnifier circle to help read the tape measurements as well.

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...I also use a fine tooth metal jigsaw blade for cutting curves...
I've found that a jigsaw can be troublesome by welding the cut back up if the blade gets hot.

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Forgot the picture.........
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