Model # GSL 2

Internet #203934311

Bosch 30 ft. Self-Leveling Surface Laser Level


30 ft. Self-Leveling Surface Laser Level

  • Lightweight design
  • Durable and dependable
  • Suitable for a wide range of projects
$499.00 /each

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Product Overview

The Bosch GSL 2 is the first dedicated tool worldwide to check floor level and flatness continuously (as opposed to spot checking). The GSL 2 addresses those users who need a more efficient, convenient and accurate tool for daily use on the jobsite to estimate/check floor level and flatness. Some of the benefits: Quick: Scan the entire floor within minutes instead of spot checks, Convenient: remote control enables user to be close to the spot instead of the tool and accurate: Never miss an uneven spot (high or low).

  • Line visibility of 30 ft. line visibility with target plate is 60 ft. and remote range 65 ft.
  • High accuracy for detecting uneven spots
  • Motorized rotary base and versatile battery operation
  • Laser can be used either with the included 4 x AA 1.5-Volt alkaline batteries or with the optional Bosch 12-Volt lithium-ion battery pack
  • Includes: GSL 2, RC 2 remote control, 3 x AAA (for RC2), 4 x AA (for GSL 2), target plate, laser goggles, user manual, plastic inlays for L-Boxx, L-Boxx 3
  • Great solution for laser tool needs


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30 ft. Self-Leveling Surface Laser Level is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Needs more distance Great idea and it works very well but I found it limited on distance. After about 30 feet it was almost impossible to see the laser beams even with the glasses. This may be due in part to the fact that I was using this on a concrete floor I tried to flatten using a scarifier. The scarifier leaves a pockmarked finish that May have been causing issues with beam travel. Also, I was unsure if the laser location and the beam start location needed to be perfectly flat or if the 'zeroing in' took care of that. Since I was trying to flatten the floor from a set point this was critical. Having said that it was VERY nice to be able to sweep the beams across the surface and be able to see just where I needed to adjust and out to about 30 feet I could do this without the laser target which I only used to verify positive or negative. Make one with a more powerful and narrower beam and this is the ultimate concrete tool.
Date published: 2014-05-13
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