Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 10
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cutworm Professional Levels
Really well made and high quality levels. They are aluminum with machined surfaces for high precision and are really accurate. They also have rare earth magnets on one side and hold to metal tightly. If you are looking for quality levels that will last a lifetime these are for you.
December 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Charlie Solid levels
Nice light weight and strong levels. Nice set of a longer one and shorter one definatly made the door leveling and shimming a lot easier and no guessing. The vials are easy to read in good or bad lighting. Looks a lot heavier then it actually is. Finish is pretty strong as well. Besides what you see really not much else to add. Would recommend to anyone.
January 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gheadsr Everything you need!
This set of magnetic box levels are the cat's meow. No need to try to find two levels for the jobs...you have them and are made for professionals, so DIY folks like me get the benefit of a pro's tool set. I am constantly remodeling; right now in the midst of a project of dividing a 22 x 14 room into two bedrooms complete with separate entrance doors and closet doors in our Victorian home. This set will make my work so much easier and because they are Empire level I don't have to worry about my doors not hanging correctly. Thanks to Home Depot for carrying this brand and to Empire for great engineering. .
January 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SteveVA Great all-around levels
This is an excellent set of levels for professionals and DIYers. They are made of a strong and durable metal which is surprisingly light at the same time. Each end is capped in rubber which is especially important for the 78 inch level which tends to be dropped on its ends often. Magnets work pretty good, if you need them. I can't attest to the complete accuracy of them but they have been true so far. The bubbles are also a lot easier to read compared to standard levels. I highly recommend this set for floors, framing, etc. I expect them to last me a very long time.
December 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AZHawg Get's the door framed in!
This is a great set! The 78' level really helps ensure that the sides are TRULY level without trying to guess with a shorter 48' level! The shorter level fits the cross piece easily and can also be used at the same time as the other. Each level is equipped with rare-earth magnets in the side. I find this really helps with metal doors or other metal structures, such as pole barns.
To top everything off, each level has its own serial number to register for the lifetime warranty!
January 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gallus I didn't know I needed a quality level...until I used these.
I've been making do on door installs with a set of levels that is almost, but not quite, long enough. These levels are perfect for standard pre-hung doorsets. I'm doing my best to keep these levels completely free of dings, overspray, etc...I want them to be pristine for future use. But they've also proved durable, surviving some kicks and knocks without too much fuss.
February 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by projectdoneyes Best Levels you can buy
This set is worthy of 6 stars. Empire levels are the best I have ever used. This set is very useful to almost anyone. From leveling Doors and windows to the outdoor shed project and garden beds these levels from Empire see a lot of action. I love the features including magnet areas on the big level to help hold it to nails and screws. This set is also backed by Empire's lifetime warranty. If you are a home owner this set is a wonderful asset.
January 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by AverageDude Sturdy-Accurate-Easy to read LEVELS
There is not a whole lot you can say about levels. I am just going to try to give you the facts as I see them.
These level are constructed well. They have plastic/rubber in all the right places to avoid damage to the levels while also making them easy to carry. I like the bubble vials, they are clear and easy to read. I would recommend these.
December 9, 2014