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Spectra Precision GL422N Dual Grade Laser Level
Easy To Use The automatic, self-leveling Spectra Precision® GL422N dual grade laser is the most rugged, cost-effective laser that does three jobs—level, grade, and vertical alignment. Even in harsh jobsite conditions, the GL422N delivers consistently reliable and accurate performance,enabling you … Read More
Spectra Precision HV302G Green Beam Laser Level
The automatic self-leveling Spectra Precision® HV302G Horizontal/Vertical Laser offers exceptional versatility and superior green beam visibility for increased productivity at a great value. The HV302G is capable of handling a wide variety of horizontal, vertical and plumb applications optimized for … Read More
Spectra Precision HV302 Laser Level
Whether your job is indoors or outdoors, the automatic, self-leveling Spectra Precision® HV302 Horizontal/Vertical Laser is the most rugged laser available, tough enough to handle a wide variety of horizontal, vertical and plumb applications. A split beam enables plumb point … Read More
Spectra Precision LL300S Rotating Laser Level
The Spectra Precision® LL300S is a ruggedized, fully automatic self-leveling Laser Level for all general concrete and site preparation applications. With the addition of the arrow buttons on the transmitter, grade matching can be performed whilst the other axis remains self levelled.
Nedo Sirius HV Green Beam Laser Level
The green horizontal/vertical rotating laser for optimum visibility in interior finishing. The green laser beam guarantees optimum visibility, even under unfavourable lighting conditions. It permits working without a laser receiver even in bright daylight, with dark surfaces or over long distances. Features: … Read More
Spectra Precision LL300N Laser Level
The Spectra Precision® LL300N Laser Level features a rugged design with “hard hat” rotor protection that provides superior drop and weather protection. Built to withstand severe drops of up to 3 ft (1 m) directly onto concrete, or up to 5 ft (1.5 m) when pushed over on a tripod means less downtime and cost due to damage caused by accidental drop.