|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10.4 x 4.5 x 6.4 inches|
|Item model number||6041101CD|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Satisfaction Guaranteed|
Strait-Line 6041101CD LL120 3/16-Inch at 20-Feet Manual Level Interior Line Laser
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- Manual laser level; accurate to 3/16-inch at 20-feet; mounts with no damage with 3M Command Strips
- Rotates 360-degrees; 120-foot combined range; dual bubbles vials for horizontal, vertical layout
- Durable plastic housing
- Includes laser level and 4 adhesive strips; 2 AA batteries not included
- 3-5/8-inches diameter on base; 3-1/4-inches high; 5-year warranty
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For starters, it's not a combo, there is no stud finder in it, so it's not bulky and it can fire the laser at any angle that you choose in addition to the obvious horizontal and vertical angles. It has bubble vials for both level & plumb. The laser can be adjusted for distance either short and bright or long with a slight loss in brightness, if you are close to the corner, it will even get the laser straight line onto the adjacent wall.
This little gadget rocks.
I made two pre-leveled marks on the wall, then lined up this laser line's "zero marks" with my marks. I also eye-balled the bubble in the Strait-Line for level (there is a lot of room for error though). I turn on the laser and it seems to be O.K., but I can tell just by looking at it that the laser is not level. Just to double-check, I place my other standard bubble level on the line and correctly verify that the laser is NOT level. It turns out that within 2-4 ft. from the Strait-Line the laser is true. The farther out you go the less true it becomes. It stands to reason that if you are 1 degree off at the device, you will be way off 15 ft. away.
Also, the laser line particles themselves tend to broaden out farther away from the device. A laser line that is 1/64" wide at the start is a 1/4" wide farther away. All total, between the level inaccuracy and the laser line width variation, there is about a 1" difference between my start point and my end point. I suppose that is within "tolerance" over the span of 15'. But I figure I can screw things up that much myself, simply using my level or a string line. I don't need a "precision" laser tool to do this for me.
The little 3M stickies that allow you to stick this to the wall did work nicely. However, they are use once and throw away. Mine came with four of these stickies. I did see these stickies in the same spot in the store where I found the Strait-line. But they are like the razor/razor-blade concept, where the initial product is cheap, but the stickies to use it are over-priced. A small pack of stickies was $7.Read more ›
Lucia and Helen of PA
Most Recent Customer Reviews
works sporadically. Usually when I dont need it. I have tried just about everything.... If I can get it working is excellent but often seems to be sleepingPublished 6 days ago by Cary N
I bought this seven years ago (2008) and I'm still on the original battery. My use for it is basic homeowner stuff like hanging pictures but also used it to hang cabinets while... Read morePublished 11 months ago by R.A. McQuay
I haven't used it to hang any pictures indoors. I needed an intro level laser level for outdoor homeowner work, and bought this one. Read morePublished 18 months ago by M. Treestump