Bosch Quigo Self-Levelling Cross-Line Laser Level - £29.99 Delivered @ Amazon
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Bosch Quigo Self-Levelling Cross-Line Laser Level - £29.99 Delivered @ Amazon

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Found 7th Jan 2012
I've been looking for a good laser level to help hang my framed photos evenly. This is the cheapest it's ever been and can also be used on your photographic tripod as well as the supplied clamp.

Video for it's correct use is;

youtube.com/wat…een

But I also fancy doing this;

youtube.com/use…tch

Here is the technical bumphf;

Product Features and Technical Details
Product Features
This Bosch Quigo self-levelling cross-line laser projects horizontal and vertical laser lines simultaneously, and can be fixed anywhere with the included clamp.Product details:- Self-levelling, always 100% straight- Working range: up to 5 m- Accuracy: +/-
12-month UK manufacturer's warranty included.
Simultaneously projects a horizontal and vertical laser line
Self-levelling, always 100% straight
Simple, easy to use
Can be fixed anywhere with the included clamp
Compact cube, at only 6.5 cm on each side
Technical Details

Levelling mode: Self levelling
Laser functions: Crossbeam laser
Projection angle: 60°
Laser type: 635nm, class 2
Working range: ≥ 5 m (distance to wall)
Precision: +/- 0.8 mm/m
Self leveling range: +/- 4°
Levelling time: ≤ 6 sec:
Operating without automatic levelling: No
Batteries (included): 2 x 1.5 V (AAA)
Operating life time: 3 h
Dimensions in mm: 65 x 65 x 65
Weight: 0.25 kg
Scope of delivery: MM2 Clamp.
MM2 Clamp: Tripod threat: ¼-inch
Diameter of objects (where you can attach the clamp): 2-5 cm
Fine height adjustment: 45-110 mm
Dimensions in mm (when clamp is folded up): 100 x 100 x 65.

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Original Poster

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Cheapest ever and cheapest on the net

Original Poster

withabix

They are … They are price-matchinghttp://www.weareelectricals.com/products/BOSCH-Quigo-Self%252dlevelling-Cross%252dLine-Laser-%252b-clamp



Yip, but i would go with Amazon any day of the week.

Yeah cheap but ****. I know dewalt is alot more but so so worth the extra!!
Edited by moderator: "Jan 07, 2012 16:49" 7th Jan 2012

Original Poster

huddsguy

Yeah cheap but s*"t. I know dewalt is alot more but so so worth the … Yeah cheap but s*"t. I know dewalt is alot more but so so worth the extra!!



Hmm (_;) Your opinion and you are entitled to it but it is a very general, and not very helpful, one (much the same as the people who post similar comments on apple deals)

are they any good like or is it just a toy to play with ?reason asking do a bit diy and i have no idea how they work cheers all

Original Poster

wozie69

are they any good like or is it just a toy to play with ?reason asking do … are they any good like or is it just a toy to play with ?reason asking do a bit diy and i have no idea how they work cheers all



I' ve just ordered one as I have a few jobs that I need it for. Have a look at the vids and reviews but i think that it will be great for lots of DIY jobs.

wozie69

are they any good like or is it just a toy to play with ?reason asking do … are they any good like or is it just a toy to play with ?reason asking do a bit diy and i have no idea how they work cheers all




these are very good - for shelving and tiling. beam range is quite limited however.

seems to be handy tool save buggering about holding a spirit level straigh i guess lol

Good price for this one, but it's not as accurate as a decent spirit level and can't totally replace the spirit level either.

I think a good cross laser level is a nice luxury for DIY, and I do want one, but I'm a bit sceptical about the Quigo - the basic clamp, even with a tripod looks like it will be too limiting and a bit of a PITA to set up. A telescopic pole looks more practical as it means you can set up at any height, but the telescopic poles are another £50-£60.
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