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Model #7434

AccuMASTER 2-in-1 Digital Angle Gauge

  • Helps to find true level and relative angles
  • Features a magnetized base, and an IP54 rating
  • Displays readings in 5 different measurement units
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Product Overview

With the AccuMASTER 2-in-1 Digital Level and Angle Gauge you can find true level and precisely check angles on any job that requires precise angle measuring: woodworking, engine building and more. The strong magnetized base lets you attach directly to any metal surface: tables, blades, car and truck frames and more. The large StayGlow display stays on as long as you’re using it and the display automatically inverts, making it easy to use and read at any angle. A MEMS sensor increases accuracy. The AccuMaster is IP54 Certified, meaning it is resistant to splashing water and dust.
  • Easily find both true level and relative angles
  • Magnetized base so you can attach it to saw blades, car frames
  • For woodworking, use it to set table saw blade angle, band saw table tilt, miter gauge settings, sharpening angles for tools
  • Mechanics and builders can use it to measure angles for driveline, alignment of pulleys for serpentine belt, align prop shafts on boats and more
  • Displays angle readings in degrees, inch, feet, metric or percent slope
  • IP54 certified so it is dust and water resistant
  • Reversible display makes it easy to read even in tough spots
  • Large, bright StayGlow display stays on as long as you're using it
  • Includes 2 long-life AAA batteries, a protective pouch with belt loop and a 2 year warranty
  • New MEMS sensor for better accuracy, plus and minus0.2°



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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.25
Product Height (in.)
4.5
Product Width (in.)
2.5

Details

Condition
New
Hand Tool Type
Protractor
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2-year warranty

Questions & Answers

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Does it work in the horizontal? As in determining the angle between the blade and the fence, or t...

Asked by ROBERT November 7, 2020
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No this does not work horizontally. You will need something such as the AccuMASTER Digital 7 in. Angle Finder Protractor and Ruler Internet #309454904 Model #7455 This is priced at $25.46.

I want to use this device to monitor the angle of a riding lawn mower will display jump around from the engine vibration

Asked by McB May 23, 2020
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This product was not designed for use on a moving object and it will also automatically turn off after 6-8 minutes.

Does it have auto shut off? Also will it hold on a 1\16 inch stainless steel? I want to put it on...

Asked by tech April 4, 2020
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Mine shuts off automatically in exactly 3 minutes and mine also holds on stainless steel. Hope this helps

Some pictures of this device show a readout to the nearest tenth of a degree. I've seen others t...

Asked by Hopinfrog January 19, 2017
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This is to the nearest tenth. Other brands go to hundredths,

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This thing is ESSENTIAL for certain projects. I’m building a...
This thing is ESSENTIAL for certain projects. I’m building a roll cage and this gives me level, angle, and angle-relative-to-anther-angle (and probably even more stuff that my brain isn’t big enough to process). It has really made some tricky cuts and bends ridiculously easy. No complaints …except that it doesn’t stick to wood…
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Calculated Industries....AccuMASTER Digital Angle Gauge I've had this little Diamond for about a ...
Calculated Industries....AccuMASTER Digital Angle Gauge I've had this little Diamond for about a month now and should have bought one years ago what a time saving little device, I use it on my table saw, miter saw, band saw I can adjust the blade or the table in seconds I can use it as a level. Plus there are many other features, I especially like the size being that it is small approximately 2 1/4 in x 2 1/4 in x 1 1/4 in. I can get it in tight places this digital angle gauge is very accurate and very handy and it comes with its own carrying case I could not be without it ever. This is a great product
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I had wanted one of these for some time. After receiving an HD gift card for Christmas I bought i...
I had wanted one of these for some time. After receiving an HD gift card for Christmas I bought it. The pictures speak volumes. My shop floor is 1/10th degree off level. Need to install some base trim that has non traditional angles and with the capability that this will hold an angle the transfer to the saw is sooo simple.
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The accumaster is easy to use and understand
The accumaster is easy to use and understand
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Great for setting up my saw cuts
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The accumaster packs a bunch into an extremely accurate, small and effective angle gauge. First thing you'll notice is the big, easy to read numbers with effective backlight. The buttons are straight forward - turning on/off, switching between the various modes and a great hold button - keeping a reading in case you can't see the screen from where you're measuring or want to carry it to your notebook. I use it to give a reading relative angle reading on my tablesaw - zero it on the table, then take advantage of the magnetic surface to precisely dial in the blade. Not only is it dust and shock resistant but it comes with a small black carrying case to keep it from getting knicked up in your tool bag/box. It's the perfect tool for leveling just about anything.
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Accurate Indeed!
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This digital angle gauge is great for setting up table and miter saws for precise angles. It really takes the guesswork out of sub-degree accuracy, since almost all miter saws and table saws I've used only have 1° accuracy markings on their miter and bevel settings. The display is backlit, so it's easy to read in low light situations, and it even inverts when the unit is upside down! The display reads out to the 1/100th degree increments, but the manual states the unit is only accurate to 0.1° at vertical and horizontal positions, and accurate to 0.2° for any angle between 1° and 89°. I'm assuming this accuracy dependent on angle is because the principle axes of the MEMS triaxial accelerometer are aligned in the vertical and horizontal directions. For any other angle, the unit has to do some math and ends up with floating point or rounding errors. So anyway, treat the last decimal digit like you would the space between ruler markings - don't take it as a hard and fast number, more of an estimate. It can be used for absolute level, or a reference level. So basically as a regular level bubble, or a set angle off of a flat surface. This versatility is great when a table saw isn't sitting completely level, but you need an exact angle between the saw blade and the table surface without doing any extra math. I measured the accuracy by setting up my table saw and ripping a short piece of lumber. Then I measured the angle with a speed square and a straight edge. It came out the same angle as best I could measure, but honestly using the speed square felt less accurate! The only thing I didn't really like was that the battery compartment is held in place with three screws instead of a spring catch. I imagine the 2 AAA batteries will last quite a while, but it's still an inconvenience to switch them out. Overall this is a great little tool that really helps setting up tricky or non-standard angles!
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Great Value for The Cost
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I extremely like this digital angle gauge. Being magnetic is a great feature, the controls and settings are simple. I like the hold feature so you can measure and don't necessarily have to write it down. The display is clear. The only reason I wouldn't recommend it is if you're OCD. As shown in my pictures, it's very touchy and getting it to read perfect more than once, or multiple cross members, etc. will put you into an early grave. Otherwise, a good investment for the price.
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Great for Both Absolute and Relative Angles
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The AccuMaster 2-in-1 Digital Angle Gauge is a great too for powertool setup, which is what I've used it for. Basically it has an internal angle sensor, a readout, a few buttons, and a magnet on one side. You can set it on any surface and see if that's level and if not how far out of level it is. While that's pretty neat it's much more common for you to want to know the relative angle between something like the table of a tablesaw and the blade. To do that you place the gauge on the table, click the zero button to set it as the reference angle, and then use the magnet to attach the gauge to the blade. This makes fast work of setting your blade to 0, 30, or 45 degrees for example, as well as anything in between. I've attached a video so you can see how simple it is in use. In it I'm using a job site saw that's not on a perfectly level surface. You can see how the built in angle labels on the saw leave a lot to be desired. They're sloppy and when you take into account parallax error it's easy to be off by several degrees if you aren't careful. The AccuMaster solves that problem entirely and best of all you can switch it between several different tools. The readout itself was easy to read, seemed accurate, and was repeatable. If I had to ding the unit for anything it is that the buttons are a little stiff to push which can result in you bumping things out of alignment when you try to zero out the readings.
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Accurate angle/level gauge
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The AccuMaster comes pre-calibrated which is a good thing because according to the angle gauge I don't have anything that the AccuMaster has detected at absolute level. I have some surfaces that get close but not dead level. The AccuMaster is very accurate. It will display with up/down arrow as to the level in inches or mm. It will also show in the degree - good for finding grades or angle. It can be used for setting the exact angle of a saw blade on a table saw but as stated earlier you have to start with a table that is completely level. Any variance will be thrown off at the measurement at the saw blade. The AccuMaster is easy to use by simply switching on and selecting the mode you desire; in, mm, or angle degree. The display has a bright backlight that makes it easy to read. The backlight stays on while the AccuMaster is on. Only the bottom of the AccuMaster is magnetized and can be turned 180 degrees to read with using without the magnet - the display will flip as well. Turning the AccuMaster 90 degrees or any other angle will display the angle from the bottom (magnetized side). The AccuMaster is a tool worth having for accurate measurement of level/grade and angles.
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fluctuates from 0.00 to 0.05 just sitting on the table of my table saw
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accuMASTER digital level gauge easily checks the angle of your table saw, miter saw and even drill press for accurate 90's or any other angle. My only negative comment is after about an hour or playing with it on my table saw it would continue to fluctuate from 0.00 to 0.05 just sitting on the table top of my table saw. So every angle was off 0.05 even after going back to 90. Not much but note worthy. See for yourself in the video below. 0.05 isnt much so if you can live with that, this will work for you. It would be 5 stars hands down if it would stay at 0.00 sitting on my tablesaw
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