|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 3.7 x 1.9 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||AT203919|
AccuRemote Digital Electronic Magnetic Angle Gage Level / Protractor / Bevel Gauge
|Price:||$31.95 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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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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- 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 %
Top Customer Reviews
Update after over a year of use.
Originally rated as 5 star but have changed it after prolonged use. I still find it very accurate and easy to use. The problem is the battery life. I can't understand how a 9v battery can die so quickly. The manual states to improve battery life leave the unit in an upright position. This does not seem to help at all. Level will be used 1 to 3 times a day and the battery will usually die in 10 days. And in case you're wondering, I use Duracell batteries, not cheap ones. And 9v batteries are fairly uncommon and expensive.
I would have no problem removing the battery after each use if the battery wasn't so difficult to replace.. The back over is held on with 4 small screw, not a big deal if doing it once every couple of months but a lot to do several times a day or even once a day. The real problem is the tiny leads for the 9v connector. It barely sticks out of the unit so as to make it very difficult to attach the battery.
Because of the battery life issue I am now looking for a different model. Hopefully I'll have better luck with the next one.
The inclinometer was easy to use, I didn't bother with instructions. I spent awhile measuring angles everywhere then going around checking the machines in my shop. I tried testing for accuracy the same way you would test a level, by flipping it 180 degrees, but got inconsistent results. According to this, after setting my table saw blade with an engineer square, I was 0.20 of a degree out. So pretty close but if this thing is accurate then it's nice to get that extra precision especially when cutting miters or segments for turning. My miter saw was dead on perpendicular, as I believed. My band saw was off .5 degree which I already suspected.
It turned out, the case of the device is not square to the bottom on all sides. So if you zero the device then turn it on it's side, it should read 90 degrees. The left side consistently read 90 degrees, the right side consistently read 89.70 degrees. Since I have a right tilt saw and would be using the bottom and right sides most often, being off by .30 degrees would just be annoying. I was also bothered that rotating the device 180 degrees does not give the same or reciprocal reading. And I had issues with precision (repeatability) especially when the daytime temperature was under 60 degrees Fahrenheit. So I sent the inclinometer back to Amazon. Based on the many reviews of this and similar products like the Wixey, I believe much of it is luck of the draw whether you get an instrument that is accurate and precise. So I wouldn't say iGaging makes poor instruments, just that digital inclinometers in this price range suffer poor quality control. The summary is I can not recommend for or against the product.