Traditional rulers do not support digital area measurements and they are not everyday carry products. Horizon Helvetica® has Pixel and Pica sections and it is credit card size to solve these problems. It is stainless steel, a handy tool that feels fantastic in the hand and always gets a reaction from people.
Ultimate smart features such as: Pixel – Pica ruler, inch-cm ruler, protractor, compass, quick circles, isometric grid and many more!
Helvetica® is a widely used sans-serif typeface developed in Switzerland🇨🇭 in 1957. The name Helvetica®, which means “Swiss” in Latin, is a homage to its country of origin.
We believe Horizon Ruler is the “Swiss army knife” of sketch tools, and Helvetica is a typeface that came out of Switzerland and has brought great benefits to the world’s design culture. So we are happy to combine these two values and present them to you.
Helvetica® has been used worldwide to design thousands of logos and brands, from Nestle, BMW, and Lufthansa to Microsoft. We’re proud to have this living legend font on second version of Horizon.
Functionally, by using Helvetica as the font on the Horizon Ruler, we have increased the readability of the numbers on the ruler, and it has become more user-friendly.
Horizon Helvetica® is the only drawing tool with all of the functions below that fits in your wallet on the market. So by backing this project, you will receive a multi-tool ruler unlike any other.
(1) Straightedge X 4 (inch, cm, pixel, pica)
(2) Imperial Compass
(3) Metric Compass
(4) Set Square
(6) Protractor (features 180 degrees with holes at every 10 degrees plus the 45- and 135-degree marks)
(7) Circle Stencil (1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 3/16 inches | 3, 5, 6, 10mm)
(8) Isometric Grid
(9) Isometric Cube
(10) 304 High Grade Stainless Steel
(11) Credit Card Size (3 3⁄8 × 2 1⁄8 inches | 85.60 mm × 53.98 mm)
(12) Laser cut (in Swiss made Bystronic laser cutter) and marked for permanence
Helvetica is a trademark of Monotype Imaging Inc. registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be registered in certain jurisdictions.