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Empire e70.72 72-Inch Professional Aluminum Box Level


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  • True Blue vials are accurate to within 0.00050" per inch
  • Heavy-duty 6061 aircraft aluminum chassis
  • Solid block acrylic vials won't break, leak or fog
  • Milled edges for accuracy
  • Dual molded rubber endcaps for extreme shock resistance
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number E70.72
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions72 x 1.2 x 2.9 inches
Item model numbere70.72A
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLifetime warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB0009YNJF0
Best Sellers Rank #93,098 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

True Blue vials are accurate to within 0.00005in. per inch in all 10 level and plumb working positions. Solid block acrylic vials wont break, leak or fog. Heavy-duty aircraft aluminum chassis with 300deg view top-reading level vial and milled edges for accuracy. Rubber hand grips and rubber endcaps for shock resistance. Limited lifetime warranty. U.S.A. Handle Type: Rubber grip, Length (in.): 72, Accuracy: 0.00005, Battery Included: No, Case Included: No, Color: Blue, Display Type: Vial, Frame Material: Aluminum, Laser Type: Box, Magnetic: No, Professional Series: No, Field of View: 300deg

From the Manufacturer

e70 Series Level These feature packed e70’s are the cornerstone of Empire’s True Blue® series. The vials are made with a unique process called Advanced Concentric Molding (ACM) making them the most accurate levels available.

True Blue® Empire Level is the home of True Blue® – the most accurate vials in the world. The newly designed True Blue® series of levels and squares are engineered to provide maximum accuracy, extreme durability, and enhanced readability with the strongest warranty in the industry. Empire Level is the leading designer and innovator of accurate levels and measuring tools. The blue fluid in our level vials is Empire’s unique symbol of superior accuracy and a trademark of Empire Level Mfg. Corp.

About Empire Level The history of Empire is synonomous with the modern level itself. Henry Ziemann, a master carpenter, founded the Empire Level Manufacturing Corporation in 1919 by inventing the first level with replaceable bubble vials. Ziemann's son Harry was responsible for developing the torpedo level. When pharmacist Donald Wright married into the business in 1953, even he probably could not have foreseen that he would continue this tradition of innovation, patenting the first permanently embedded single-bubble vial, an innovation that would forever change the way levels were built, and later introducing the magnetic level, the top-reading level, the first all-plastic level, and the grade lines on bubble levels for reading pitch angles.

Empire now holds 30 patents and claims more improvements to this simple yet essential tool than any other manufacturer.

Today Empire Level is the leading designer and producer of levels, squares, layout tools and caution tape in the United States with dominant market share in the retail, contractor supply, and "Do-It-Yourself" markets.

Customer Reviews

I like if because it is easy to read and very durable.
Mike Hunt
The packaging was just fine, came in a triangular cardboard box with the end-caps double taped.
S. Amir
This is the first time I remember someone making a really better hand tool.
George E. King Jr.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By David L Peragallo on January 10, 2011
I bought this level, because it appeared to be more rugged than other similarly-priced levels. I used the level to frame and immediately recognized a major flaw: the beveled edge. It is probably intended to make the edge more resilient, but it actually makes it nearly impossible to consistently scribe a plumb or level line with a pencil.
It didn't take very long or many slight falls for this level to go bad. It lasted two weeks of moderate use on the job. While perceptibly thicker, the aluminum is so soft that it is more easily bent than other similarly priced yellow levels. Obviously, it doesn't compare with a Stabila, but who expects that?
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By George E. King Jr. on January 4, 2006
I've been working with tools everyday for 15 years. This is the first time I remember someone making a really better hand tool. Empire thought of everything, nice hand grips, easy to read bubble and cool shock absorber looking end protectors.

It looks so good, four of the guys I work with got one as soon as they saw mine!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Diana J. Brown on June 1, 2011
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Got lucky on this item. The triangular cardboard pacakaging would have been worked well except the end-caps were poorly sealed. The packing tape was weak, not enough of it, and only a tattered piece of tape kept the tool from leaving the package. Otherwise this is a Five Star tool.., and good looking too!

Stephen Brown
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Powell VINE VOICE on November 23, 2007
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I've used this level, with the additional e70 4' and 2' levels to woodframe basements and set doors.

I'm an avid DIY type guy and really didn't 'need' the most expensive box level in the market. Empire offers a very accurate, price effective, and cool looking level set in the e70 models.

Even cooler? IF you register your levels (each has its own serial number), it has a lifetime warranty and they will send you a personalized serial number metal sticker for each level with your name engraved. a very personalized option.

Happy customer -- Amazon ships this well protected.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jay Kullman on October 29, 2006
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Decent level and accurate, the 6' is great for setting kitchen cabinets and hanging doors. The blue vials are easy to read in poor light conditions. It didn't hold up to my helper dropping some steel staging on it,(he's good at destroying levels), I was happy enough with it that I ordered another one.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By MoosePond VINE VOICE on January 4, 2011
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I'm in the middle of a sizable remodeling project (converting a garage and adjacent den into a ground floor master suite) and was at a point where my 4' level wasn't big enough. This level is just the ticket and I could not be happier with my purchase. It's deadly accurate, easy to read, sturdily constructed and should serve me well for many years. Considered a Stabila but couldn't justify the cost differential and glad that I went with the Empire as can't imagine how spending more could improve either accuracy or ease of use.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mike Hunt on January 4, 2006
This is a great tool. My friends saw it on the job and wanted one because of the cool style. I like if because it is easy to read and very durable. I will be ordering the 24" and 48" too.

Nice job Empire and Amazon.com for providing such a great product!!!!
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Biffle French on July 31, 2010
The reason you use a long level is generally to transfer marks along a long surface. One guy holds the level on the mark the other guy makes the next mark. With only one vial in the center, you need three guys - one to read the vial. There used to be lots of two-vial levels on the market with the vials near the ends, where they should be. Seems the jokers in marketing don't understand how their tools are used and figured they could save money by sticking the vial in the center. It's a bad design.
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