|Item Weight||3.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.5 x 8 x 11.5 inches|
|Item model number||40-6616|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||3-Year Parts & Labor with 24-Hour Repair or Replacement with proof of purchase|
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- Generates two lines on the floor at 90° angles for surface layout including tile, stone, brick, carpet and hardwood flooring
- Projects two laser beams over wet mastic or concrete
- Angles are easily established with the built-in protractor
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I included a picture. Had no problem with seeing the laser line inside. Could it be a problem in full sun outside? Maybe. Who cares? How much tiling is done outside in comparison to inside.
Using this laser and a measuring tape with a straight edge I can do a grid layout that positions every piece of tile on the floor. It gives me an accurate position for cutting around plumbing, into corners and doorways without the mess of chalk lines or multiple overlapping chalk lines. I didn't use any snap lines on my current tile job, just a straight edge and a pencil. This worked well for a small bathroom floor, but for a larger area I'd have to fall back on the snap line. Still, this laser square provides two very visible light lines at 90 degrees to each other.Taking a measurement off one wall, you can tell right away whether the walls are perpendicular. Without messy chalk. I suspect this tool will be seeing a lot of use. It's just too easy.
I did try using a 45 degree triangle between the straightedge and the tool, and it should have worked, but the results were uncertain. I wound up creating the perpendicular line manually. I have to blame myself for not realizing that the tool wasn't square (the shape of the case was a strong hint).
On the plus side, the tool is well made and performs what it can do well and accurately. The beam is bright and narrow, and battery life is considerable. I'm keeping the tool for some wall work.
Back to negatives: the "Instruction Manual" hits a new low in "we don't care about you, sir" incompleteness.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of the lasers is not aligned properly so when turned on you can see it along the edge of the casing.Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
A very good product for us amateur tile layers. I not only have used it on both of my baths, but I have 3 neighbors have laid there baths and another neighbor used it to lay long... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Delbert K.
Good product, but a little tough to line up against walls. Requires a little creativity to use for all your alignment needs. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Scott C. Cramer
Lasers take the guesswork out of the equation. Great for tile layout.Published 11 months ago by BigFoot