|Item Weight||21.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||40 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||57-LM30PKG|
|Batteries||4 C batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year|
CST/berger 57-LM30PKG Complete Manual Leveling Laser Level Package
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- Complete manual leveling laser level package for leveling, plumbing and alignment tasks
- 1-button operation controls several laser functions; shot and long sweep modes create a laser chalklilne to increase beam visibility
- 1/4-inch accuracy at 100 feet with up to a 800-foot diameter working range with detector
- Kit includes detector, Wiz-Mount, tripod, rod, target, glasses, and case
- Weighs 26 pounds; 1-year warranty
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The LM30 provides all the necessary extras for a wide range of leveling applications. Its protected level vials prevent damage and shield vials from the sun to prevent misreads, and it has a built-in trivet for vertical applications, plus a dual beam rotary head with "Point and Shoot" sweep. It boasts an accuracy of 1/4 inch at 100 feet, and a working range of up to 800 feet in diameter with the LD100N laser detector (included). This is the perfect choice for the small contractor, homeowner or farmer.
Top Customer Reviews
Like the various "rotation" options. At first did not realize the value. When using the measuring stick and beeping sensor, the fast rotation worked great and allowed us to move all around property. However, when marking a wall in broad daylight the fast rotation was practically invisible. But you could use the "spot non-rotating" setting or "limited rotation" setting to shoot the beam along a level horizontal you wanted on the wall, and then mark wherever you wanted. Haven't tried using it in vertical orientation.
Con: wish it had a way to raise / lower the head slightly. Perhaps it is expensive to make such. Would be nice to be able to re-position at another time in the SAME orientation as previously. Ideal: rough set up with leg height adjustment and level. Then fine tune raise or lower +/- an inch to exact. Confirm level.
Actual: no way to "fine tune" raise/lower; have to do it all with the legs; in which each time you adjust, it changes the level.
Maybe a "self - leveling" one would solve this problem. If so, if you, like me, might like to re-create a position frequently, might consider self-leveling models.
The beeping receiver that fastens to the elevation ruler digs holes into the paint or the metal ruler and roughens it when tightening it to hold a position.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great was kind of worried do to some people having issues but the one I received worked great and makes work very simple from putting up chair rail to leveling ground for... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Scott L.