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Alfréd Hajós' Measuring Tape
Tape measure

Origin

Alfréd Hajós

Type

Measuring Tape

Effects

If used to build a house, the house will constantly fill with water

Downsides

Removes all warmth from whatever it touches

Activation

Building a house with it

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Unspecific

Date of Collection

May 9, 1967

[Source]


OriginEdit

Alfréd Hajós was a Hungarian swimmer and architect who became the first modern Olympic swimming champion. No other swimmer ever won such a high fraction of all Olympic events at a single Games. During his swims, he reported feeling extremely cold even though he lathered himself in a layer of grease for insulation.

EffectsEdit

When used in the construction of a house, it will constantly fill with water after some amount of time. The water is ice cold and diminishes the heat capacity of anything it contacts.

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