|Part Number||MM 5 25|
|Item Weight||13.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.8 x 0.8 x 1.8 inches|
|Item model number||MM 5 25|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Sola MM 5 25 Cast Aluminum Magnetic Torpedo Level, Red
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- 3 Patended Easy-to-Read with 30-Percent Magnification Focus Vials
- Made of durable Cast Aluminum coated in Red Epoxy
- The leveling bubble is tigher to the boarder for greater accuracy
- UV Protected
- Glows in the dark
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I'm looking at them both now as I write this review. Here's my take on the Sola. The Sola is the same length, and essentially the same height, and a little heavier than the Stabila. The casting is a little cleaner on the Sola - there isn't an unfinished edge anywhere on it. The Sola has a much clearer sight line to the horizontal level vial on the Sola - the vial is cylindrical (outside profile) as opposed to the rectangular block that contains the Stabila vial - so there is no "edge" on the acrylic block to look through on the Sola, and the vial itself is larger and easier to see. The vertical bubbles are essentially the same size and readability.
Both are accurate and very well made. If weight is a consideration (as in you carry in your tool belt all day) then I'd probably give the nod to the Stabila. If you eyes are getting a little older, the Sola is a little easier to read. While the overall dimensions of the two are close to identical, putting them side by side visually, the bulk of the body on the Sola is a little over a half inch taller than the Stabila, so the Stabila would be an easier it in a tool pouch. Shape-wise, and I recognize that this is a very subjective comment, the Stabila is a little easier to handle and hold, partly because of lighter weight, but also slightly smaller bulk and because of the shape of the casting itself.
Bottom line is that the Sola is a worthy competitor, well-made (built like a tank) and has the feel of a tool made by craftsmen who are very proud of their craft. Definitely a keeper.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love it this is one of the best I ever had in my entire career,way better than stabila you can see better your bubble,.Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
A bit heavier than most but excellent quality level like all Sola!Published 13 months ago by Manny Munoz
Definately a 5 star quality tool only worth the price if you can appreciate craftsmanship . A sout well balanced ergonomic hand tool - gonna get the 4 footer tooPublished on May 10, 2014 by Yep even if it gets me in trou