Rated 5 out of 5Â by Doc2future Simply brilliant
I bought this lazer level to help me lay soil pipe for my new bathroom, and it is an amazing piece of kit, the lazer can be a little faint outdoors but if you shade the target area you can see it, or as I did checked everything at dusk when I could see the beam easily.
Inside it is very bright.
Only thing I would like to add is fine adjustment knobs to help line it up.
But it still makes positioning items such as pictures , lights, units etc very easy.
Should have bought one years ago.
Can't really comment on the reliability as I've just got it but it looks well made so hence I only gave it 3 star for that.
12 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by TheArcher 99%
I have had this level about 3 years know, I don't know about the newer version but mine is good for external use in all light conditions when using the ranging sensor and pulse mode NO PROBLEMS. I agree about the indoor light problem but that can be overcome by using a black rod to reflect the laser light then marking the wall accordingly
The best bit of kit I've ever purchased
20 Feb 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Lincs1fitter Not a bad bit of kit
Used this item a few months almost every day for installing kitchens. well recommended for this use.
This is quite good for internal use except if you have direct sunlight coming through windows causing a very bright room.
Definately wouldn't recommend for outside use.
I like the idea of the pole, but could benefit with a devise to allow minor adjustment up or down as it relies on moving the whole bracket, which is difficult to get levels if you only want a couple of mm etc.
As a whole package i think its great for the price, & im going to purchase another as sometimes its nice to have another level when this is already in use.
It's become one of those tools that you wonder how you ever coped without.
1 Jan 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by otg73 mmmm!!!
this laser is ok if you are in a dark room with no bright light. i could not see the line 3- 4 metres away because of sun light through the roof windows.....
6 Dec 2013