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Johnson Level and Tool 40-6616 Tiling/Flooring Laser Level

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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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The horizontal Tiling/Flooring Laser Level generates two lines on the floor at 90deg angles for surface layout of tiles, stone, brick, carpet and hardwood flooring. Projects laser beams over wet mastic or concrete. Built-in protractor allows you to easily establish angles. Visual or Audible Indicator: Visual, Battery Included: Yes, Leveling Type: Manual, Laser Beam Color: Red, Accuracy: ±1/4 in. at 60ft., Class Rating: Class Iliac, Beam Type: Line, Base Type: Standard, Dimensions L x W x H (in.): 6 1/8 x 6 1/8 x 1 15/16, Working Temperature: 14deg F to 113deg F, Battery Life: Up to 30 hours, Laser Output: <=5mW, Laser Wavelength: 635nm +/-10nm, Battery Type: AA, Case Included: Yes, Beam (qty.): 2, Interior Range (ft.): Up to 30.

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Part Number 40-6616
Item Weight 3.8 ounces
Product Dimensions 3.5 x 8 x 11.5 inches
Item model number 40-6616
Size 30
Color Orange
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? Yes
Batteries Required? Yes
Warranty Description 3-Year Parts & Labor with 24-Hour Repair or Replacement with proof of purchase

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ASIN B003AM5DY8
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4.3 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #178,190 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#4,086 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Audio & Video Accessories > Connectors & Adapters
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available March 1, 2010

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Take your chalk line...and give it to your kids to make hopscotch lines (not that kids play hopscotch anymore). This is much more useful. Actually, I did make initial chalk lines but the big advantage is that you can keep moving the laser to each new row making it absolutely straight and not having to worry about covering your chalk lines.

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.
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Bought this for sh*** and giggles out of curiosity. It doesn't so much save time as much as it allows me to do more in the same amount of time.
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.
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I was getting ready to tile my kitchen floor, and needed to establish a line perpendicular to the end wall. Neither the side wall or a row of cabinets were true enough to allow accurate measurements. This laser level seemed like a quick way to get the job done. So I placed equal thickness blocks against the wall to clear a threshold, placed a six-foot straightedge against the blocks, and grabbed the laser level. Guess what? It won't shoot a perpendicular line from a wall. It will shoot into the wall, or parallel to the wall, but not perpendicular. This is because the rear of the tool is a diagonal. So you can shoot 45 degree lines to your heart's content. Now, once you establish a line in the open, it will create a beam perpendicular to that line.

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.
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By Tony on September 8, 2012
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I bought this item recently and all I can say is, it lasts and its highly durable. There is many times when I would accidently drop this item and it would n't have a scratch or even break as my other lasers have broken. It also doesn't die out as fast as my other lasers, so far this is the best investment towards my career for a long time. Highly recommended for this product!
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I went to a quilt class that suggested this level for squaring you quilts. I love gadgets so I got one. It works great and best in reduced lighting. It will send a beam out along the top and side of the quilt. You can see where your trouble spots are. I know this was not what the tool was intended for but it works.
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I've installed a few floors since purchasing this product, it has simplified the layout and is a good quick check to check lines.
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So I was looking for a low cost way to help me lay tile when I came across this Johnson Level. Overall I would say it is a useful tool to have when laying tile but I am a bit disappointed in the range of it. It claims "up to" 30 feet. Yes it will shine a laser to 30 feet to bounce off a wall but you can not see it much past 10-15 feet at best on the floor. It was very helpful when laying 16in tile on a 8x20 foot area though at the end it was almost impossible to see the laser so I used it in combination with a chalk line as dimming the lights was not a good option. I realize this is not a $200+ professional model so I was ok with the results. It did seem to extend closer to 30 feet on drywall. I like the duel bubble levels, they helped get everything level and straight.
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I was excited about using this tool on a large tile job I did in my basement. I was tiling three separate rooms, so it was important for me to ensure my line were straight (especially my starting point. I used to use the measure and chalk line method, but when I saw this, I figured I would give it a go. It is a sturdy level ... the plastic is heavy and the case is nice. The laser line itself is nice and bright and I had no problems seeing it over a 13 foot run. It is imperative that you have the tool positioned perfectly before you start laying tile against the line. And therein lies my issue. I spent so much time measuring to make sure the level was positioned correctly, I was just assume go back to the chalk line method. I will use this is the future, but only after I snap my chalk line ... I will position it over that line so I still have my reference after I mud.
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