Model # BT160

Internet #203392590

Store SKU #1000016679

Bosch 40 in. to 63 in. Aluminum Quick Clamp Rotary Laser Level Tripod
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Bosch

40 in. to 63 in. Aluminum Quick Clamp Rotary Laser Level Tripod

$69.97 /each

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Product Overview

The Bosch BT160 Aluminum Contractor's Tripod is designed for exterior use with a rotary laser on the job site. It features a universal flat head, string hook for a plumb bob and is lightweight for easy transportation on the job site. It's quick clamping system is ideal for quick setups.

  • Features a lightweight and durable aluminum design with sturdy hinges, clamps and shoe castings
  • Electrostatic powder-painted casting for a durable and long-lasting finish
  • Flat, elevator head type with 5/8-11 thread
  • Extended height of 63 in.
  • Positive locking quick clamps are ideal for holding levels in place
  • Includes tripod and heavy duty poly-webbing shoulder strap
  • Designed for exterior use but can be used inside too

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Customer Questions & Answers

will the GLL30 work on this Tripod

will the GLL30 work on this Tripod
Asked by: Russ
Thank you for your question. The BT 160 will not work with the GLL30 as it has a 5/8"-11 tri-pod threading, the GLL30 accepts 1/4"-20 tripods.
Answered by: BoschTools
Date published: 2017-01-03

How does the GLL 2-45 fit on this tripod?

Asked by: rhb268
The Bosch GLL 2-45 has a 1/4-20" thread and is not compatible with the BT 160 which has a 5/8-11" thread. The suggested accessory for the Bosch GLL 2-45 is the Bosch BT 150.
Answered by: BoschTools
Date published: 2015-09-20

will the Bosch GPL3 laser bolt to this tripod?

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your question. Yes, the GPL3 is compatible with the BT160 tripod.
Answered by: BoschTools
Date published: 2015-09-17
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40 in. to 63 in. Aluminum Quick Clamp Rotary Laser Level Tripod is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 1/4"in. x 20 or 5/8" x 11 why dont you have a tripod flat head mount that will wrk with either a 1/4"in. x 20 or 5/8" x 11 thread flat head mount. this has been a very big problem for me as many laser line levels use the1/4' x 20 thread bolt assy. (such as the bt160)
Date published: 2016-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy setup Had this product a couple of weeks. Great product and easy to use
Date published: 2013-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lasers are good, sometimes old-school can do more. As a commercial contractor we use laser levels a lot. Sometimes a sight system just works better. Good quality and great value.
Date published: 2016-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well for an un-intended use. I actually purchased this to use for photography. I use a very large, antique camera. It uses film that is 8"x10" so that means a big camera. It's not all tight and compact, it's a monorail style with a front and a back portion on a rail, perched on top of a cast iron clamp of sorts. Not exactly light. It took a bit of work to mount my camera as it requires a 1/4" bold for mounting instead of the 5/8" that this comes with, but it was no problem. If this can hold my huge camera, it can hold whatever stuff you want to put on it. In the photo, the tripod starts below the light colored metal with the knob. The top part of the tripod is metal if I'm not mistaken; the black part above the blue section. I'm also happy that it's not the incredible gaudy neon yellow or orange...but being called a contractor's tripod, I'm guessing the user might not be surveying around roadways where the extra visibility is important.
Date published: 2015-02-14
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