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30 ft. Cross Line Laser Level Self Leveling with Flexible Mounting Device

$7507
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  • Replaces multiple tools for all leveling and alignment projects
  • Visible line range of 30 ft with ±3/16 in accuracy up to 30 ft
  • Projects 2 precise, level lines independently or together
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Product Overview

The Bosch GLL 2 self-leveling cross-line laser is a compact leveling and alignment solution. The GLL 2 features a smart pendulum system that self-levels and indicates out-of-level condition; offers switch slider to lock for transport. Easy to use 1 button allows 1 to choose between cross-line, horizontal or vertical lines depending on the application.
  • Horizontal and vertical line modes - projects 2 lines independently or together for a wide array of level and/or alignment applications
  • 1 button operation - easily select between horizontal, vertical and cross line modes or turn the tool on/off
  • Flexible mounting device - conveniently clamps to multiple surfaces for quick and easy setup
  • Smart pendulum leveling system - self-levels, senses and indicated out of level condition; switch slider to lock for transport
  • Up to 30 ft. range
  • Includes: 1 GLL 2 laser, 1 MM 2 flexible mounting device, 2 AA batteries
  • Warranty: product defects only



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Measurement Accuracy (in.)±1/8 in.±3/16 in.±3/16 in.±1/16 in.
Number of Measurements0923
Laser Level Mounting MethodTripod,WallTripod,WallTripod,WallTripod,Wall
Max Laser Distance (ft.)30 ft.30 ft.30 ft.65 ft.
Compatible Battery TypeAA BatteriesAA BatteriesAA BatteriesAA Batteries
Battery Type RequiredAAAAAAAA
Hand Tool TypeLaser LevelLaser LevelLaser LevelLaser Level
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3.5 in
Product Height (in.)
8.25 in
Product Length (in.)
3.5 in
Product Width (in.)
8 in

Details

Battery Type Required
AA
Compatible Battery Type
AA Batteries
Condition
New
Features
Self-Leveling
Hand Tool Type
Laser Level
Included
Battery(s)
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Laser Color
Red
Laser Level Mounting Method
Tripod,Wall
Max Laser Distance (ft.)
30 ft.
Measurement Accuracy (in.)
±3/16 in.
Number of Batteries Required
2
Number of beams
2
Number of Measurements
9
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year Limited

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
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  • 83% recommend this product
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good for small jobs only
Bought this to level out a floor but it really is only useful for small jobs. The 30ft distance in the dark may be good but you will shell out a hundred bucks more for the one you can see in broad daylight. The only recourse is to do this in the late afternoon to nights to actually see the line. I can see why this is more of a value laser light especially when it's on a sale price. The included mount is super useful on hanging it from a pole, any pole will do. It is super bright up to about 10 ft, after that it levels off. If the area does not have any day light you can see pretty well to 20ft. I would say 30ft is a stretch. If you need something stronger shell out for the GCL2-160 but do not be warned for the sticker shock. Too bad Bosch doesn't have anything more powerful for the layman DIYer.
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    Great line laser overall, especially at this price point.
    Great line laser overall, especially at this price point.
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    The laser level itself is user friendly and lightweight. The red laser is accurate and bright eno...
    The laser level itself is user friendly and lightweight. The red laser is accurate and bright enough to see in a 10' X 8' bathroom illuminated by two recessed LED lights (65 watt equivalent, 800 lumens). I am doing a full renovation of my kid's bathroom, to include subway tiles in the tub/shower, and 12"x24" ceramic tile on the floor, with 1/8" grout lines. The laser is sharp and clear. The button on top of the housing is easy to press, which quickly changes the laser from the default cross-hair to a single vertical line to a single horizontal line. The reason for the 4-star rating is the struggle with the included clamp. Not having a tripod, I either put the level on top of an upside down 5 gallon bucket or the floor. But, when I need to make adjustments, I attach the clamp to a piece of 1x4 and straddle that across the right-side-up bucket, because the the clamp doesn't close tight enough to stay put on the side of the bucket. The other frustration is having to adjust the vertical arm to raise/lower the laser, while keeping the weight of it close to center over the clamp. Otherwise, the laser housing is too top heavy and falls over.
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    I have used this way more than I would have expected.
    I have used this way more than I would have expected.
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    Works as advertised I am happy. This laser level shoots out two lines, to make a 90degree angle....
    Works as advertised I am happy. This laser level shoots out two lines, to make a 90degree angle. There are markings on the front, or back depending on how you look at the level, for producing straight lines on an angle. I mainly use this with my 4' and 6' levels when I resaw scrap wood that I have. I use this to make sure I have a straight line, then I draw the line. For me working from the furthest distance to the laser was the best way to trace the line. I found that if I started from the laser and worked my way out, the line is impossible to see as my hand covers it up. The box started there are suction cups, but I did not find them to provide much suction, does not stick to any surfaces that is why it lost a star. To me they are good for case when you have to raise the level slightly
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    5 people found this helpful
    Great for around the house
    i don't know how long this has been on the market, but I wish I would have gotten one years ago. It is great for hanging shelves and pictures. I am not a handyman, I need all the help I can get. The laser is only bright right in the middle of th"x", but it is more than visible to get the job done indoors. I doubt it would be much use outside. The included clamp is intuitive, and was invaluable for the project I used the level for. Usually those little extras that come with a product are completely worthless, so at first I dismissed the clamp as addon junk. But I soon realized it was exactly what I needed to get the level pointed at the angle that I needed it. I am very pleased. If I built houses or was a contractor of sorts, I might get an upgraded version of this model, but for around the house this is perfect.
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      11 people found this helpful
      Very Useful (and futuristic)
      A few months ago, I bought a traditional laser level that you put in place and then adjust until it's actually level. In other words, it's a pain in the butt to use. In fact, the last time I used it, I thought, "Man, I wish there were a laser level that would level itself." Then, I found the Bosch GLL 2 Self-Leveling Cross-Line Laser Level with Clamping Mount at Home Depot. This awesome tool provides a compact solution to my frustration with my old laser level. To use it, all I have to do is: 1) set the level on the clamping mount or a traditional camera tripod; and 2) push the only button on the tool to turn it on. Yes, you read that correctly: there is only one button on the level. Push it once to turn on both the horizontal and vertical lasers, push it a 2nd time to switch to just the horizontal laser, push it a 3rd time to turn on just the vertical laser, and push it a 4th time to turn it off. There is also a switch to control whether the automatic leveling is on or off. When the switch is set in the unlocked position, the automatic leveling is on and will work so long as "the tool is within the self-leveling range of ±4° from the horizontal plane." Alternatively, if the switch is set in the locked position, "the tool can be held by hand or placed on an inclined surface." For best results, use the automatic leveling if you're working on a horizontal or vertical plane, but turn off the automatic leveling if you want to use the laser lines to work on an angle. According to the instructions, the laser is accurate up to ±3/16" at 30 feet. I've used it at up to 15 feet, checking it against an old-school "bubble" level, and it is still level at 8 feet from the intersection of the horizontal and vertical planes. Beyond that point, simply to ensure accuracy, I recommend turning whatever you've mounted the level on (the included mount or a tripod). The included mount is a wonderful addition to this already-useful tool. The jaw of the holder can be used to clamp onto objects between 3/16 and 2-3/8 inches thick, and the ball/socket joint allows for the laser to be set at any angle you need. If you prefer, though, you can also attach the laser to a standard tripod using the built-in threaded hole.
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      Handy Leveling Tool
      Super easy to use and the clamp works really well. This level can throw a cross, horizontal or vertical line a very long distance. The self-leveling feature is also handy, especially for the vertical line. My only disappointment was that it will only throw the horizontal line at the same height as the tool when you put it into self-level mode. I ended up using my small, digital level to level the top of the tool so that I could adjust the height of the horizontal laser line on the wall. Alternatively, you could also check the level of the line on the wall as well with a box level, or simply clamp the tool at the appropriate height.
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      Carpenters Dream
      Awesome Lightweight Self-Leveling Cross Line Laser. Used this to lay tile this weekend. Very easy was to make sure lines are level both horizontal and vertical. Also used to make sure a hardwood floor transition was square. Portable and takes AA batteries. There are many more uses for this. the price is extremely affordable.
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      Bosch Laser square
      Used this square to install both the hardwood and tile floors in my master bedroom. Could not have gotten the results I did with out it. Great quality produce and very easy to use. 5 stars
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