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Digital Angle Gauge and Level

  • Use as digital level, measure/set angles, check relative angles
  • High visibility reverse contrast display auto-rotates when turned
  • Strong magnetic base and v-grooves all around fit conduit contour
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Product Overview

The Klein Tools Digital Angle Gauge and Level can measure or set angles, check relative angles or can be used as a digital level. The strong magnetic base attaches to ferromagnetic surfaces such as conduit. Along with dual measurements of 0-90 and 0-180, this tool has a high visibility reverse contrast display for easy viewing.
  • Measure or set angles, check relative angles or use as a digital level
  • High visibility reverse contrast display improves visibility in dimly lit work environments
  • Strong magnetic base to attach to conduit, pipes, saw blades and other ferromagnetic surfaces
  • V-groove edges enable optimal alignment on conduits and pipes for bending and alignment
  • 0-90 and 0-180 measurement ranges facilitate multiple and diverse applications
  • 0-180 mode is useful when accounting for kickback in pipe bending applications
  • Water and dust resistant with rating of IP42
  • Soft carrying case included
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.20
Product Height (in.)
2.2
Product Width (in.)
2.36

Details

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

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Please refer to the attached warranty document in the Product Overview section above under Info & Guides.

Questions & Answers

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Can this be used to true a mitre saw and/or table saw blade?

Asked by GrayDawg March 15, 2021
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Yes, the model # 935DAG Digital Angle Gauge and Level can be used on a miter saw or table saw blade.

This item is made in China. Does anyone know a similar product made in the USA?

Asked by YouHaveToCallMeKnighthawk March 15, 2021
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The Klein Tools Digital Angle Gauge and Level can measure or set angles, check relative angles or can be used as a digital level. The strong magnetic base attaches to ferromagnetic surfaces such as conduit. Along with dual measurements of 0-90 and 0-180, this tool has a high visibility reverse contrast display for easy viewing.

Is it possible to calibrate the device? Turning on each side it is .2° off the whole way around.

Asked by HD March 9, 2021
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To recalibrate the 935DAG, turn off the device and place it upright on a flat, smooth surface, with the display facing you. Press and hold the HOLD/RANGE Button, then press the Power/ZERO Button. The display will illuminate and read "CAL". This will put the 935DAG into recalibration mode. Release both buttons. Press the Power/ZERO Button again; the display will read "CAL 1". Without picking up the 935DAG, rotate 180° so that the display is facing away from you. Press the Power/ZERO Button again; the display will read “CAL2 ". Calibration is now complete. Please note, accuracy is: ±0.1° from 0° to 1°, 89° to 91°, 179° to 180°; ±0.2° at all other angles

will this work for percentages

Asked by z28 October 17, 2020
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No, it reads angles only, but does that very well.

Will this reset itself to true zero? Or do you have to have a known source that is level to start with?

Asked by RUsum1 July 11, 2020
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To answer your exact question ... yes. It measures what it thinks is truly zero based on gravity. That's what it shows you when it first turns on. The zero button toggles you back and forth between that mode (referenced to the gravity vector) and the zero mode where you set your own zero reference. In addition, this has a CALIBRATION feature that allows you to make it re-estimate what it thinks true gravitational zero is. So if you were to find that it is slightly off, you can recalibrate it using a built in function. You use a pretty flat surface and during the procedure rotate it about the vertical axis. If the surface is perfectly level and the gauge is perfectly calibrated, it will read zero at all orientations while rotated about the vertical axis. But if not, the calibration algorithm can update the gauge's parameters to nullify any consistent error.

Where is this angle finder made?

Asked by Gary May 11, 2020
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China - as it says on the packaging.

is it accurate to tenths of an inch

Asked by February 29, 2020
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The 935DAG measures in degrees. The website says it is accurate to within .2° For bending conduit, I find it exceptionally accurate.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 117 reviews
  • 94% recommend this product
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Works great
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Just got this and after I calibrated it, it works great. I am using this mainly to square my saws and cut precise angles. But it is cool to use it as a little level as well.
by Mr.Milwaukee
After a lot of trial, error, and wasted material, I finally decided to give up on "pretty close" ...
After a lot of trial, error, and wasted material, I finally decided to give up on "pretty close" and plunk down $30 for the Klein digital angle gauge. Best investment all year (besides the Pfizer stock). Unbelievably fast and accurate. My saw's deck isn't perfectly level, but the unit instantly zeroes out by hitting the power button a second time. The readout is illuminated, which is awesome. The bottom has a strong magnet which is perfect for blade angles, and for stowing in its cloth case under my table saw. I'm now able to cut extremely precise angles, which was just impossible until I bought this amazing tool.
by hypnomation
1 person found this helpful
A good way to check your level and find angles. I used it to verify and calibrate my table saw wh...
A good way to check your level and find angles. I used it to verify and calibrate my table saw which it was actually close to 90 before this device. This came with a carrying case and batteries. The small things make it a 5 star review. The instructions were easy to read and the best part was it was all in one page. The display is easy to read and definitely better than the green backlit LCD displays. The magnetic base works well and are strong. The display Auto rotates too! As you can see with the pictures I posted. That was attention to detail that made me gave this a 5 star review.
by Hootbro
1 person found this helpful
Klein Tools Digital Angle Gauge and Level – These little tools are great for just about anyone. I...
Klein Tools Digital Angle Gauge and Level – These little tools are great for just about anyone. I now have a three of them, all of different brands and all work equally well. I especially use them to check or setup stationary tools to be accurate. Using one of these, I can set my tablesaw blade to cut the exact bevel angle that I need; same thing with a mitersaw and bandsaw. I also use one on my drill-press to ensure perfectly perpendicular drilled holes. When I received the Klein angle gauge, it was off by a degree, but calibrating it was a snap and it was right-on in a couple of minutes. Being orange, it is easy to find in my shop and it’s built to withstand a drop from 6’6” (3 meters). It’s also has an IP42 rating: water and dust resistant and it comes with a case. One thing I would add to the Klein gauge is a second decimal to improve to .01-degree accuracy.
by JimM
1 person found this helpful
This unit has a very strong magnet and grooves on all four sides. It has a very easy to read disp...
This unit has a very strong magnet and grooves on all four sides. It has a very easy to read display and it’s dust and water resistant. It has come in handy in my workshop. Catchy I like the fact that it comes with a pouch to store it.
by mc09686
Klein Tools Digital Angle Gauge and Level The Klein Tools Digital Angle Gauge and Level can measu...
Klein Tools Digital Angle Gauge and Level The Klein Tools Digital Angle Gauge and Level can measure or set angles, check relative angles or can be used as a digital level. It has strong magnetic base. I know this is designed for electricians which I am not. None the less I think it is a great tool to have in any toolbox. I like to do some woodworking and I use it to square up my table saw blade or set it for any angle I need.. I extend the blade all the way up and use the magnet to stick it to the blade then crank the wheel till I get a perfect angle. Highly recommend it.
by Jse
1 person found this helpful
Great unit! I'm a cabinet maker, so I'm constantly adjusting angles on my table saw, miter saw, s...
Great unit! I'm a cabinet maker, so I'm constantly adjusting angles on my table saw, miter saw, sanding tables, etc., and this Klein Tools Model #935DAG angle gauge (Made in China) is a great time-saver. While it's very similar in size and function to other digital angle finders, it has some added enhancements. First, it uses AAA batteries instead of harder-to-find button batteries and the battery compartment has a captive screw holding cover in place. The unit measures 0-90deg or 0-180deg – nice feature – and it has a bright, large, easy-to-read display, including an icon to show when using the “zero” function to measure relative angles rather than true angles from level. The display also shows which way to move the gauge to get to zero, whether measuring true level or relative angle. There is also a HOLD measurement function to freeze the display, indicated by a big “H” on the display. Measurements seem accurate, at least to 0.2 degrees, and the case itself is square enough that measuring on any side is within 0.3 deg of the actual angle (e.g. 0, 90, -90, 180). The display also flips as needed to allow “right-side up” numbers. The unit appropriately only measures angles when the display is facing horizontally (un-tipped); otherwise it displays “ERR” since angles measured while tipped will not be accurate. The bright orange case is easy to spot. The magnet on the base is very strong, so it will hold the unit in any orientation. The unit comes with a storage case, which is nice, but it fits so tightly that storing the gauge and the instructions in it makes either difficult to remove. Keep the instructions separate. The unit is priced very competitively. I highly recommend it.
by Starmapper
Klein Tools Digital Angle Gauge and Level is a quality built gauge/level. The digital display is ...
Klein Tools Digital Angle Gauge and Level is a quality built gauge/level. The digital display is large and easy to read. One of the main things that I like about this angle gauge is it's compact design. Small enough to fit into a carpenter's apron with out taking up much space. Another nice features of this gauge is that it is equipped with a very strong magnet on the base of the gauge making it easy to attach to metal. This is a really nice feature when working with a table saw and cutting angles. The gauge also features an automatic shut off after 10 minutes of no activity conserving the battery life. Really like this gauge and would recommend it to carpenters and woodworkers.
by Cruiszr
I got this digital angle gauge to use in instances where I need a small level. It’s a great size ...
I got this digital angle gauge to use in instances where I need a small level. It’s a great size for inclusion in my tool bag. It’s orange rubberized cover makes it easy to locate among the other tools in the bag. The magnetic base enables me to attach it to metal items like appliances such as my recently installed dishwasher. The large backlit LCD digits are easy to read, even in low light conditions. Two-button operation allows me to quickly select functions like zero (set reference plane). There are times when I need to rotate or tilt items a few degrees, and zeroing the instrument to set the reference plane provides a convenient way to do that. The angle gauge/level impresses me as being a durable tool.
by SirDIY
The Klein Digital angle finder/level is a well made and handy tool to help you find level or to m...
The Klein Digital angle finder/level is a well made and handy tool to help you find level or to make sure you have enough and not too much drop. The tool is bright orange in color with a “back lit” (black with white numbers and symbols) display. The tool is CE and drop rated to with stand a 2-meter drop. It is also IP42 (Ingress Protection 42) so it will withstand some wetness or condensation but not much. All four sides have “V” grooves for use on pipe but only the bottom is magnetic. If you use the magnetic side overhead (upside down) the tool has an auto rotation feature so that the numbers will rotate 180 so you can read them easily but unfortunately the symbols do not rotate. The first time the zero or on/off button is pressed the tool will zero to true level. If you place the tool onto some surface and press the zero button again the surface the tool is on will now become zero and all other surfaces the tool is placed on will be compared to whatever angle the first surface was at, not true level. The hold button is real handy allowing you to press it and remove the tool so you can read it or take it with you. Because my memory is not what it use to be and I’m constantly going back and remeasuring because I forgot the number. The tool display will show you if you are reading in 90 deg. Readings or 180 deg. The inclination symbol will have an arrow indicting which way is back to level. The tools can be used up to 30 deg. off center on a pipe (tilted towards or away from you) and still read correctly, any more and an error symbol will show in the display. All in all this is a great tool, works well, come with nice storage pouch, is not hard to use and reasonably priced. Recommended.
by BUB
2 people found this helpful
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