Both interior and exterior construction tasks are made easier with these indoor and outdoor laser levels. For outdoor use, a laser detector is normally required for locating the beam, and a tripod is recommended for secure positioning of the level.
Self-Leveling Line Lasers
With a built-in leveling mechanism that automatically finds an accurate level when set on most surfaces, these self-leveling line lasers help save time during set up and make leveling easier than with manual lasers.
Manual-Leveling Line Lasers
A great choice for small-scale jobs and infrequent use, level these line lasers with hand adjustments, using the bubble vial for visual reference.
Self-Leveling Rotary Lasers
Save on setup time using these rotary lasers. As soon as you set it down, a built-in leveling mechanism senses if the unit is not level and automatically adjusts for an accurate level. They project a 360° laser level beam to help you level objects in a large work area, such as when laying foundations or installing fences.
Manual-Leveling Rotary Lasers
Manually reposition or adjust the knob to level these rotary lasers, which project a 360° beam to help you install cabinets or fences, or lay foundations.