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KR Tools 68120 Pro Series Self leveling laser level


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  • Auto leveling (+/- 6 Degrees) laser cross hairs
  • 3 leg adjustable lightweight tripod with a storage case
  • Horizontal and vertical laser switch on top
  • Lifetime Warranty
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Size: Large
Technical Details
Part Number 68120
Item Weight6 pounds
Product Dimensions18.5 x 11.4 x 4.6 inches
Item model number68120
SizeLarge
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLifetime Warranty
  
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ASINB00180JKN4
Best Sellers Rank #547,781 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.6 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 AvailableApril 20, 2008
  
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Size: Large

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This self leveling laser with tripod is great for picture hanging, tiling, landscaping, fencing, and much more.

Product Description

On the level, even when you aren't. Self - leveling Laser Level, PRICED LOW! Many installations have been thwarted by a bad level line. Here's a Laser Level to stop your next mistake in its tracks. Independently functioning horizontal and vertical beams provide unerring level and plumb lines for your next assignment. And a heavy-duty internal coaxial compensator eliminates error, self-leveling the lasers even if your work surface is off. Ready to work: Leveling accuracy of .02" at 3 ft.; 30 ft. line length at 30 ft. target distance, 90 degree fan angle; 0-32 ft. working range; 8-10 second self-leveling correction speed; Uses 3 AA batteries (not included); 17-49" adjustable tripod with built-in bubble level and crank column; Adjustable level base with degrees gauge and dual levels; All stores in included blow-molded storage case. Measures 20 x 9 x 5"d. Weighs 6 lbs. Get going! Order your Laser Level today! Self-leveling Laser Level

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gary Keene on January 30, 2010
Size Name: Large
I have one of these, and it works fairly well for small jobs like hanging pictures or shelves on one wall. I have two complaints:

1) The tripod isn't tall enough. At maximum height, the horizontal beam is 49", just over 4 feet above the floor. As it happens, practically every picture or shelf hanging job around the house requires a horizontal line substantially above 4 feet, so I was constantly piling up boxes under the tripod to get it high enough to show a horizontal line where I wanted it. (I have a sturdy camera tripod that is taller, but the threaded hole on the bottom of the laser head is a different size from the camera tripod standard.) Anyway, it would be more useful if the tripod would raise the laser head to at least 7 feet.

2) This next is a BIG problem: To the best of my ability to measure, the vertical and horizontal lines ARE accurate when the laser head is pointed at a 90 degree angle to a wall. However, I discovered recently that the horizontal line rises over distance. To put it differently, the X axis plane of the horizontal laser beam is not horizontal in the Y axis. I discovered this while putting shelves on all three walls of a room. I set the laser about 3 feet from one wall and 7 feet from the opposite wall. After I finished installing the shelves, I discovered that the shelves on the wall farther away from the laser head were 3/4" higher than those on the near wall. Apparently the plane of the horizontal laser beam is tilted upwards about 1 degree, creating an error of about 1" per 10 feet.

You can compensate for this error by placing the laser head equally distant from all walls where you are striking a level, and then make sure the head is pointed at a 90 degree angle to each wall.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By James Groce on August 14, 2009
Size Name: Large
I recieved my laser level a few weeks ago and have used it to hang shelves, a few pictures and even did some remodeling of the kitchen. It was extremely useful once I figured it out. I only say that because it came with no directions. There is a knob on the bottom you screw and unscrew to use the self leveling feature. The tripod is not bulletproof but functional. The only downside is that unless you are using the laser at dusk or dawn you are not going to see it at all. So for indoor projects it is perfect, if you are wanting a laser for outdoor projects, then keep looking.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. Randall on March 13, 2010
Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
I needed a laser level for outdoors use. This unit does not have a beam strong enough to be seen in sunlight. I returned it. It would probably work fine indoors.
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By Ninjaneer on March 4, 2011
Size Name: Large
The level does its job well enough as far as levelling, but the tripod it comes with is too short to be very useful unless you like to hang pictures and shelving at chest height. And of course, the threaded fastener is not the same size as what cameras and their tripods use so you can't simply use a taller camera tripod you have laying around nor can you use the included tripod for a camera, which it's height might actually be useful for. As it is though, I hope you have a lot of books and boxes to pile under the legs if you plan on using this level very much.
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