Model # 40-6675

Internet #202705013

Johnson Self-Leveling 3-Beam Laser Dot


Self-Leveling 3-Beam Laser Dot

$114.99 /each

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Product Overview

The Johnson 40-6675 3-Dot Laser is designed for both professional tool users and homeowners. This Self-Leveling 3-Dot Laser projects three simultaneous laser dots allowing the user to establish a perfect plumb line from floor to ceiling. The 3-Dot Laser eliminates the need for time consuming plumb bobs and allows one man to do the job of two. Self-leveling means the tool is a quick set-up. There are no adjustments required. This is a perfect tool for locating lights and sprinkler systems in ceilings. It is also useful for carpenters and drywall installers when building walls as it allows a fast and accurate vertical/plumb reference point. The 3-Dot Laser's co-molded rubber housing assures its durability. The internal components of the 3-Dot Laser are securely locked into place when the tool is not in use. This locking compensator not only protects the internal components but assures the tool's accuracy. The 3-Dot Laser includes: Magnetic target, 3 "AA" alkaline batteries, soft-sided pouch and instruction manual.

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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by very good laser this laser does take some getting use to. the directions are there and accurate, however it depends on what you using it for. I do like the magnet capability and it's laser line is very bright and accurate as well. you can see it from 20' to 25' very easily indoors. I just need several more uses to feel comfortable with the technology. I have to better understand the placement of the laser to make sure that is set on unbalanced ground and can be inaccurate. I am not sure what the lights inside exactly mean yet. but overall as long as you mount it on a level surface It is dead on accurate. I tend to baby it because it is a laser. July 7, 2014
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