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The 22 tonne digger is definitely a formidable weapon, I know that. Has a timber handling attachment that chops through a sizable tree, and can swing it around like giant fly swat. (Not too clever when there's 11kV power lines a bit closer than you think, but that's another story)
 
Advantages of the Huepar BOX-1G Green Laser Level:
Super Accurate (for the money): accurate to 0.2mm! Perfect for precise work (most jobs).
Easy Setup: Self-leveling means less hassle. Just turn it on, and it sorts itself out.
Wide Coverage: With a 150° vertical and 130° horizontal fan angle, you won’t miss a spot.
Magnetic: The 360° magnetic base sticks to metal surfaces, freeing up your hands.
Disadvantages (Well, Sort Of):
Learning Curve: If you’re new to this model, give it a spin in your garage first.
Lacks the tripod: You can use other solutions or just pay another 15 (I would just get one).
Calibration Dance: Remember to calibrate it before each gig – keeps the accuracy.
Watch out for the glass: crack the glass on it and you'll need a new one (another reason to fork out for a tripod).
Overall: Really good value for the money. Will do what you need it to do for DIY jobs.
 
Holy sugar! 16 effin lines!! Didn't even know they exists that did that. That's a tilers wet dream! I must go post this!

Bet when I do they all say they've got one but I swear I've never seen on that did that!

Hang on is there a blank side?

Edit; yeah I see so that would be the side you match up to something existing in a room that you'd want the rest match.

For tiling that's still fine on a stand or something as the door wall you would address on its own just from a datum point or line. Which once you've done 3 walls is, well if you've done it level any one million grout lines.

Flipping ebay and amazon saying 4d really really annoys me. People should leave bad feedback saying they never felt it activated any 4th dimension.

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The if it gave off those exact lines the laser wouldn't work surely. Unless you can spin the top but not sure the point of that.

Mate when you next set it up can you do me a short video for the forum using your phone. Then upload it to the forum and I'll add it to this thread. I'll try find the same thing on amazon as I haven't got ebay affiliate going yet but eventually will have a "brilliant Ebay and amazon buys over the years" thread and go find existing ones and also find new gems as they are on there.
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COhcpbtB3qs
 
Another +1 for the huepar here, have a 3x360, seems to be the brand of the moment.

Essential for plotting level sockets when the screed is yet to be poured, and lots of incidental "because I have it" uses... Straight downlight lines and the other day I was fitting modular lights with those flopsy surface boxes, the two 90 lines painted on the ceiling made it a doddle to both fit the box square while lining it up with the others!
 
Automatic Gyroscopic Laser Level

Do they all automatically stay level? Thought a tripod was used that has a bubble in it, I didn't realise they did them like this. And for the money too! 💰 🤑 💸 💲 🪙
If you haven’t figured this out yet—I’m late to the reply—there are numerous models and price ranges, with their own usefulness. Yes they have internal gyroscope but some models need a certain percentage of close to level, depending on limits of internal gyroscope.
A simple “dot” laser will place a dot above, below the laser to transfer plumb/level above and below. Next step is line laser, paints lines on a minimum of one plain, up to 4. Then you get into the big dollar lasers: rotating laser tools. These typically are used with tripods. Spins in horizontal plane on tripod, or, vertical if you lay them on their side on the floor.
Most lasers need to be calibrated annually to ensure everything is as it should be. This is done by manufacturers, and some charge for it. Look over your warranty terms/conditions, pricing and laser capabilities, and see how that matches up to the applications you would use mostly and weigh also those applications you use occasionally. They do save time and frustration of removing plumb bobs and all other sorts of layout tools. In my experience, 98% of the time they stay accurate within the manufacturers specs without calibration. Dropping them etc, is most reason why they may fall out of alignment internally. The shock resistance of a tool is another feature that manufacturers boast of and charge more for. Just weed thru the marketing and confirm specs and warranty before you commit.

Cheers
 
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Another +1 for the huepar here, have a 3x360, seems to be the brand of the moment.

Essential for plotting level sockets when the screed is yet to be poured, and lots of incidental "because I have it" uses... Straight downlight lines and the other day I was fitting modular lights with those flopsy surface boxes, the two 90 lines painted on the ceiling made it a doddle to both fit the box square while lining it up with the others!
I bought the Huepar S03CG-B from Amazon. It has one 360 degree horizontal laser and two vertical 360 degree lasers: this 360 degree arrangements is more versatile than cross line lasers. The green colour is more visible than red lasers.
I have checked the accuracy in horizontal and vertical planes and the laser level is well within the declared tolerance. The declared accuracy is +- 1/9 inch (+- 0.11 inches) at 33ft: actual measured accuracy was +-0.050 inches at 33 feet.
With the aid of a receiver, this can be used outside.
The lock position is useful for setting slopes outside when used with the laser receiver.
The two 360 degree vertical lasers allow a plumb position from floor to ceiling: useful for marking out downlight ceiling lights.
 
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