|Item Weight||1.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||36 x 2.4 x 1.3 inches|
|Item model number||BDSL10|
|Color||Black, Orange & Silver|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 Year Warranty|
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Black & Decker BDSL10 36-Inch Gecko Grip Level with Accu Mark
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- "Gecko Grip" pads prevent slipping, single-handed leveling and do not leave marks
- Ideal for hanging pictures, shelves, decorative items, and any basic leveling project
- Gecko Grip pads prevent slipping and don't leave marks
- Rubber end caps for added protection and durability
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Sold as 2 UNITS at $27.67 per unit. (1 unit = each.) 36. Ideal for hanging pictures, shelves & more. Gecko Grip pads prevent slipping, single-handed leveling and do not leave marks. Sleeve. Manufacturer number: BDSL10. SKU #: 2191724. Country of origin: China. Distributed by Black & Decker.
Gecko Grip pads help hold the level against the wall -- even when you're working one-handed.
The adjustable Accu Mark targets line up easily against the backs of pictures or shelves that have preset marks or hang tabs.
Once you've established your Accu Mark targets, set the level against the wall and transfer their position with a pencil.
Black & Decker's 36-inch Accu Mark level is designed to perform any basic leveling job with ease. Now you can hang pictures, shelves, decorative items and much more with all the precision of a professional -- and none of the guessing and re-guessing that damages walls with repeated drilling or nailing. The BDSL10 is a lightweight, handy home device that's packed with the high-grade durability and convenience features you expect from an industry leader like Black & Decker.
This model boasts advanced Gecko Grip friction pads to help keep the level steady under pressure. These pads do such a great job of preventing slippage that you can even hold the level with one hand and mark the wall with your other one. But don't worry -- these grabbing nubs won't leave a scuff, so even the lightest paint is safe.
In addition to the Gecko Grips, the BDSL10 also features two adjustable Accu Mark targets that slide along the center rail. These marks help you hang pictures and shelves with built-in wall mounts or preset hang holes; just line up the marks with the mounts on the back of your pictures, then place the level against the wall and note the spots with a pencil. Using this technique, its a cinch to hang heavy mirrors and large portraits, long shelves and big paintings.
Key Technical Specs:
- Rubber end caps
- 36 inches long
- 2 adjustable Accu Mark targets
- Non-slip Gecko Grip pads
This product is covered by Black & Decker's 2-year warranty.
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PS I would have preferred if it used a push-point arrangement instead of a marker grid. Those are precise and easy to use..
In terms of non slip I'd say this gets a B- or C+ The spring system isn't what I expected and seems dubious.
It has this cool feature on the back with two little feet. One of them is slippery and one is rubber. The slippery feet are like buttons and after you know where you want your level aligned, you press down on the slippery feet and the rubber feet "grab" the wall so your level doesn't move! You don't press down hard, just a bit of pressure and the level won't slip around while you use your pencil.
The second feature are those little round sliding buttons. My level is a little different from the picture. On my level, the bubbles are in the middle of the level like the fourth view of this level under the product. There are two sliding buttons on either side with a little x in them. Go to your painting, turn it over and if you have two hanging hooks on the paintings, line up both slides over either hook. Now you don't have to use a tape measure to find out how far apart those hooks are and then try to balance the level and the tape measure and pencil while you are up on the ladder. Without a doubt, you will drop the pencil and have to climb down the ladder and start all over. After you have climbed back up, you swear you won't drop the pencil this time but instead you drop the tape measure leaving a little gauge that will one day have to get fixed. You climb down the ladder again hoping no one is around to hear your comments. You climb back up wondering if you can balance a tape measure on your head. Finally, you have marked the spots, but they aren't level, so you have to move the level again and now you have obscured your marks and you aren't sure if the first mark was right or the second mark, so you take the tape measure off your head and oh no! You just dropped the pencil again. This level avoids all that heartache! You adjust the sliding buttons where you need your marks, press down on the level so it won't move and because of the little x in the sliding buttons, you use the pencil to mark the spot without moving the level.
I read a review that someone got two of these that weren't level. Perhaps that is the reason for the design change? I tried the test that reviewer mentioned (put the level on a nearly level surface, then flip it around 180 degrees like a turntable rotation and if the bubble is in the same spot the level is level). Good news, mine is perfectly level. Thanks to that reviewer for teaching me how to check.
Even though I got mine on sale, I am thinking I will buy another as a gift. Hard to get excited about a level...but this thing is cool!
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