09:28AM | 12/07/02
Member Since: 11/07/02
6 lifetime posts
Does anyone have any good ideas for a laser level for about $100.00 or so. The uses will be for floor? and wall tiles, wood panelling, cabinet installation and perhaps a deck and fence. Stanley has one called the Fat Max Laser Level but I was wondering if anyone knows of any others that may be better in quality or offer better features for roughly the same price? Let me know soon, thanks!

mini me

04:18PM | 12/10/02
Member Since: 12/09/02
66 lifetime posts
what exactly do you want it to do???

if you want it to mark a straight line on the wall i would recommend the strait-line laser level by american tool company just 49.97 at the home depot

however if you want a level that will use a laser to make a mark on a ****** (just a dot)
toolz makes a good one that will also mark out for right angles and it retails for just $99 at the home depot


06:09AM | 12/17/02
Member Since: 10/15/02
359 lifetime posts
uh what was starred out? THis MB sure does some weird things



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