Improve productivity and consistency on the job site with the DEWALT DW088K self-leveling cross-line laser. Ideal for professionals tasked with residential and commercial applications such as installing floor and wall tile or mapping wall layout.
Projects bright crossing horizontal and vertical lines
Full-Time Pulse Mode Allows Use with Detector
Integrated Magnetic Pivoting Base with 1/4" Thread
Laser enhancement glasses increase visibility of red-beam lasers
Especially helpful for seeing red-beam lasers in daylight
Aids in locating the laser by enhancing the visibility of the beam
Magnetic base easily adheres to drop ceiling grid or steel studs
Class 2 laser with an output power of less than or equal to 1.3mW @ 630-680nm
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Self-Leveling Cross Lines
The DW088K projects bright crossing horizontal and vertical lines for various leveling and layout applications.
165-Foot Range with Detector
Full-time pulse mode allows for use with the DW0892 line laser detector, sold separately, extending the range of all DEWALT line and combination lasers to 165 feet.
The DW088K is accurate within 1/8 of an inch at 30 feet. Its integrated magnetic pivoting base and 1/4-inch thread allow flush attachment to metal track and steel.
I own several laser levels but this Dewalt DW088K is the one I use most often
I love this Laser Level. It's super easy to use and will project a single horizontal or vertical beam (OR BOTH ... hence Cross Line) over 100 ft indoors and comes with a blow moulded plastic carry case, an adjustable magnetic wall mount and a well written instruction manual.
The laser itself is self levelling and has LED lights to indicate when it's level.
The build quality of this laser is typical DeWalt, tough and durable. I've had mine for more than a year and it's been dropped, kicked, fallen off ladders and cabinets and still works perfectly.
My primary use for this laser is to line up light fixtures, speakers and alarm sensors on ceilings. I also use it for hanging TVs, pictures and most recently wall tile, mouldings and even framing.
Cons: The only drawback to this laser level is that it doesn't allow you to LOCK the laser beam in a set position, say on an angled slope for stair railing for example. I have a CST 360º Laser Level that will allow me to LOCK the laster beam in a set position even if it's not level. This is useful when you need to match and existing moulding or floor line that wasn't installed level or on a patio deck when you want some slope. You can do it with the DeWalt DW088K by measuring below the level straight line but some laser levels like my CST can LOCK into a set position which can be useful. 98% of the time you won't need this feature so in that case the DeWalt DW008K works great, but if you do need this function ... this may not be the best laser level for you. I would knock off 1/2 star for not being able to lock the laser position.
As mentioned I have three laser levels, but if I had to choose only one ... this is the one I would keep.
Highly recommend ... I would buy this again