|Level Length (in.)||5.25 in||Product Depth (in.)||2.625 in|
|Product Width (in.)||5.5 in|
|Accuracy (in.)||.001 in||Condition||New|
|Features||No Additional Features||Hand Tool Type||Standard Level|
|Number of Vials||3||Pack Size||1|
|Tools Product Type||Hand Tool|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Product is warranteed on a manufacturer's defect.|
A: Milwaukee tool bought Empire level in 2014.
A: This level works great with any square post.
A: Yes! I have used this device on many occasions to set posts for multiple uses. I highly recommend this device for setting post. Just be sure to remove the device when you complete setting the post or it will be lost. Plus, other team members will be very interested in getting one, perhaps yours!
A: Yes, as long as it is not round.
A: Yes, it will show level and plum in multiple directions.
A: Yes. We used this exclusively for installing 96 fence posts around my garden. It was way better than shifting a spirit level between the two plumb dimmensions vertically. Definitely worth it.
A: Yes, but it is very weak.
A: Yes, it does come with a rubber band.
A: Yes it does. It’s a good, sturdy post level.
A: Yes, it comes with a rubber band. I bought this a few years ago when I was putting up my fence. So much easier than using a standard level. I bought three and used them to check a few posts at a time.
A: Mine did
A: The rubber band will be strong enough to hold it steady.
A: There is definitely a hole to screw it But they also include a rubber band- it’ll attach to one side and swing around the post/pole/pie and it has a thick lip To catch the other end to firmly hold in place
A: Yes, you can possibly attach with a screw although I found a tight rubber band to be very effective and could move from post to post quickly.
A: Yes, there are ways to attach with a screw but there is a rubber band that will be better used and comes with it. it is not pictured
A: No it’s for leveling, If the post is in ground with no cement cut the rotted out, I used two Simpson strong ties (fp8844)EZ Base. Dig around post in the ground slide base over it and screw in the four will be on top put theon the other post and bolt them together. It works great but it cost a bit .