DeWalt 10.8V Laser level (usually £200+) £123.99 @ Amazon
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DeWalt 10.8V Laser level (usually £200+) £123.99 @ Amazon

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Found 9th Aug 2017
Hi, this is the DeWalt 10.8V laser level, similar to the normal DW088K laser (around £120), with two differences:
- It works on a 10.8V battery (not included, but they are £14 on Amazon) saving a lot in AA batteries with better run time.
- It can be locked

Normal price is around £210 (bare) - £250 (with battery and charger), so this is close to half price including battery price.
Just a few more units left, more on the way.
Yesterday I bought the last one for 117 (same dealer) and a few hours later they were back in stock at the current price and my mate bought one as well.
Enjoy.
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If your in the know and require this level of accuracy a very good deal.
Thanks for the last one
I Have 4 of these, never paid more than £129.99 and have never seen one for more than £140
What makes these better than than £15 laser levels you can get on ebay?
RowanDDR6 h, 28 m ago

What makes these better than than £15 laser levels you can get on ebay?


The yellow label is 100% level
RowanDDR7 h, 14 m ago

What makes these better than than £15 laser levels you can get on ebay?


The range, quality and I'm not a peasant
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watugot20 h, 10 m ago

I Have 4 of these, never paid more than £129.99 and have never seen one …I Have 4 of these, never paid more than £129.99 and have never seen one for more than £140

I have never seen one of these for less than 200. Are you referring to the normal 88K model (AA battery operated) which is always in the £120-£140 range?
Edited by: "Despondent" 10th Aug 2017
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dozstanford12 h, 34 m ago

I assume the OP is referring to knockoff 10.8v batts for £14 and not …I assume the OP is referring to knockoff 10.8v batts for £14 and not genuine Dewalts, I'm curious whether this would invalidate any warranty.

No it doesn't invalidate anything. Just buy one with good consistent reviews and you're good to go.
dozstanford14 h, 47 m ago

I assume the OP is referring to knockoff 10.8v batts for £14 and not …I assume the OP is referring to knockoff 10.8v batts for £14 and not genuine Dewalts, I'm curious whether this would invalidate any warranty.



Course not - how would they know?
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RowanDDR19 h, 23 m ago

What makes these better than than £15 laser levels you can get on ebay?


Wider angle coverage, while retaining precision. Hard to break. Bright laser.
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