|Item Weight||7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 3.7 x 1.9 inches|
|Batteries||1 9V batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||AT203919|
AccuRemote Digital Electronic Magnetic Angle Gage Level/Protractor/Bevel Gauge
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- Super large reversible LCD display. Tracing absolute level
- Flip display to view angle in any direction
- Displays relative/absolute angles in degrees or tilt percent. Measure range: 360 degrees (4 x 90)
- Embedded strong magnets on three sides
- Dimensions: 2-3/8" x 2-3/8" x 1-3/8".
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Portable Digital Angle Gauge with Magnetic Base
Get precise angle readings. Large LCD display reads upright at any angle. Digital angle gauge/inclinometer is great for precision angle measurements. The magnets in 3 facets allow you to attach the cube to any steel object.
- Super large reversible LCD display
- Tracing absolute level
- Measure relative bevel
- Embedded strong magnets on three sides
- Measure range: 360 degrees (4 x 90)
- Resolution: 0.05 degrees
- Accuracy: +/- 0.2°
- Standard 9V battery (250hrs)
- Tangent tilt rate %, shows tilt in %
Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2018
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Like others have mentioned, the display started telling me that the 9v battery needed replacing almost from the start. Kind of nice that they think to include one, but given how long the boat ride from China must be, I'd say you should expect it to need a new one by the time you get your hands on it. The battery cover is held in place with four tiny screws (does not just slide open) so rather than install the battery that they include, you might want to just install a new one when you first put it together.
I did my alignment two ways:
First - Since my original alignment was spot-on (according to original shop-performed alignment with digital read-out, perfectly even tire wear, and no pulling on the road), I simply jacked the front of my car up on both sides, removed the wheels, and did camber readings on my brake discs. Then, I replaced the struts and bolted them back to the axle carriers such that I reduplicated the original camber readings.
Second - After all was said and done, I took an 8-foot piece of angle iron that I bought at Home Depot for $11, stuck this gauge to the middle of it, and took readings of my driveway till I found an area that read level that would correspond to my two front tires' placement. I then moved my car to that point, stuck this gauge to a flat strip of metal (about 1.5" x 6"), held that against an outwardly flat section of my wheels, and read the camber readings that way. I "could" also have chosen any area of my driveway, zeroed out the level, and then taken camber readings from that zeroed reading.
In my particular case, this was practically all I had to do to get my alignment satisfactorily done. Changing my struts, in theory, doesn't affect my caster or toe, so camber was all I was concerned with, and this tool worked for me.
This product is very solid and seems to be well made. The body of the tool is metal, probably aluminum, not plastic. I checked the gauge against a precision machinist's square and it reads 90.0 degrees.
I really like the feature that allows me to zero it at any angle and then measure angles relative to that zero. It's something I use every time I check square on my table saw, band saw, chop saw and jointer. The magnets are quite strong and I never worry about it falling off a saw blade when I'm setting a bevel angle.
The LCD display is large and easy to read if there is enough light. In a darker area, you may need a light to read it. There are similar products with better illuminated displays, but most of them are quite a bit more expensive.
A perfect companion to this gauge is the iGaging 14 Inches Digital Protractor With 12 Inches Rule , which I use to set the horizontal angle on my chop saw, among other things.
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Batteries behind a scree panel but not weatherproof.
A weatherproof design would have been better.
An audble beep for zero would be nice but works as intended.
Haven't used it enough to comment on accuracy - repeatability.
The belt carrying case is nice to have - included.
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on August 7, 2020