Johnson Level & Tool #40-0918 Rotary Man Laser Level

360 degree split beam laser level with tripod

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  • Apr 30, 2010
You can afford having a tool like this around when it saves you time on the job. Time is money in my book.
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review by . April 30, 2010
Yes, You Can Afford For Your Projects Too Look Like Professional Ones.
   If you ever were wondering if it was worth it to own a laser level, let me tell you that once you decide to purchase one no matter what you pay for it, it will help with the accuracy of the job that you do.  There are several different styles of these laser levels, but for the price, you can't go wrong with this one from Johnson Level, manufacturer of levels, laser levels and construction measuring tools.       Description 5 Stars    This is the ultimate …
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This is the ultimate tool in the toolmans', toolbox. This laser level only weighs 1 pound 3.1 ounces and is approximately 5" x 5" x 6". The tripod that you get with it is made of aluminum and only weighs 1 LB. and 5.8 ounces. This tripod will come in very handy, because it will act as an extra set hands for you. When opened up fully it stands 35" tall, with an additional 12" extension which will give you a total of 47". This whole kit only weighs 5 pounds and 14.6 ounces, the case is very durable and will help keep the laser protected when in storage or when traveling. Along with this being made of aluminum the three legs come in two sections that with just a flip of a lever you can lock and unlock them to stay in place. On top of this tripod there is a small bubble level to allow you to level the tripod then there are three more levels on the laser that will help you make the most out of your laser. This is a class lllA type laser, the laser wave length is 650nm +/-10 nm

The whole set-up can be locked into place just tightening the center locking ring which is stopped by a rubber o-ring. For more of a fine adjustment there is a hand crank located on the side top of the tripod, this crank can be slowly turned to raise and lower for the most precise spotting. The laser can be mounted either vertically or horizontally by screwing the laser onto the 5/8" threads that are located on top of the tripod. This will take 4 AA batteries to operate, ...
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