|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 8 x 1.9 inches|
|Item model number||BDL190S|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Two Year Warranty|
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Black & Decker BDL190S BullsEye Auto-Leveling Interior Line Laser with Stud Sensor
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- The item is Black & Decker BDL190S BullsEye Auto-Leveling Interior Line Laser with Stud Sensor
- Used for Test & Measurement, Levels
- The product is manufactured in China
- Two tools in one--an auto-leveling laser level and a stud sensor
- Detects wood, metal, studs and live A/C wires
- Patented auto-leveling technology
- Easy to read LCD display
- 2-year limited warranty
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Setup is easy; remove it from the box, install the batteries, pull off a little plastic tape, and away you go. The instructions are clear and easy to follow, and it's intuitive enough that many people won't even need them. Controls on the tool are minimal; there's a fat on/off switch on the left side which controls the leveling function of the tool, and a fat momentary contact button on the right side which controls the stud finding function of the tool. I'm torn as to the size and placement of these controls. On the one hand their size makes it easy for someone wearing heavy work gloves to use. On the other hand, this tool is clearly not a "heavy duty" tool and is designed more for people who need to hang pictures or drill a hole in a wall without hitting a power cable so there won't be many heavy work gloves holding it.
The unit is also a little bulky and will likely be uncomfortable for people with smaller hands. Although the leveling tool activates via an on/off switch, the rest operate on a button that you have to hold down while you move the unit. This can quickly become painful, particularly if you've got small hands and you have to sweep a large area. Why B&D didn't use a second on/off switch for the stud finder/AC power sniffer function is a complete mystery to me.Read more ›
She's an engineer working in a whole division of engineers - tool geeks, every one.
While she was hanging pictures, every other engineer in her division found some obscure reason to wander into her office and watch her use my Bullseye. I think the local DIY center sold out of every Bullseye they had that weekend.
This is a very useful tool. I sort of wish I had waited and gotten the one that does vertical lines too, but I don't regret owning this little wonder.
Bear in mind that a stud sensor is just measuring the density difference in the wall. It's not an x-ray machine, nor is it magic. Every stud sensor has limitations and you need to use some measure of common sense before drilling. The biggest cause of mis-reads is if you happen to start the calibration procedure when you are on, or very near, a stud. If so, you'll get spurious readings. It's a good idea to check twice, and drill once (to borrow from the "measure twice, cut once" mantra).
Small nitpicking issues - the velcro on the back works well on smooth walls, but can snag on textured walls. Covering it with tape helps, but it would be nice if the velcro was removable. Also, the hole for marking the spot is a bit small - large pencils will not fit. Minor issues, however.
Love the foam case. Makes it easy to keep the unit secure and all the parts in one place.
The laser level works very well. Easy to see the line in daylight. Would be nice to have a vertical line as well, but the model that has that from B&D does not have a stud sensor function.
All in all, a great product and a fantastic value at the sale price of $28!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No idea if it works as well as the previous incarnation, as I bought it to replace the one I borrowed from my neighbor. That previous model, unfortunately, didn't bounce very well.Published 1 month ago by Walter Tulp
I've own this model and needed a new one for a new home in a different location. This one does the trick especially when finding a stud. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fred
the pin thingy that hangs it on the wall is kind of clunky. other than that, this is the best stud finder I've used in the past 20 years.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I have had this thing for awhile, and was never that happy with its stud finding abilities, but I don't use it often. The other day I was installing some garage cabinets. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mike P
laser seemed to work fine but the stud finder didn't work and the screen didn't workPublished 2 months ago by Nicky J