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Magnetic levels are great, but only a small subset of pipes are made from a magnetic material; the rest are PVC, ABS, copper, or something else entirely. So what do you use to level, plumb and slope these pipes? You could use Kapro pipe levels.

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Made from a flexible extruded polymer, the pipe levels snap onto and stay on standard sized pipes. The pipe levels have both vertical and horizontal bubble vials, and the vials have three painted lines for measuring different slopes.

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Available in a five-piece set with levels for 1/2″, 3/4″, 1″, 1-1/4″ to 1-1/2″, and 2″ pipes, you can pick up the set for around $10.

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Pipe Levels [Kapro]
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Tired of sticking your face against the wall to see if it’s plumb? Levels with Kapro’s Plumb Site Dual View show a reflection of the plumb vial on the front edge. Not only do they claim it’s easier to read, but that it can eliminate parallax errors — basically errors that creep in because you aren’t looking straight at the bubble vial.

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Generation Tools’ I-Beam level gives you a long level in a short package. It incorporates three sliding rails which allow it to expand to about 2.5x its length. They claim it can be used in framing and leveling forms, and because of its construction, it even works around warped studs.

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Speaking of multi-tools (e.g., TM 11/20/09), I just saw the Level Best2 in one of those card pack mailers — PRODUCTS FOR WOODWORKERS. RECESSION BUSTING DISCOUNT COUPONS INSIDE! — that I usually toss into the recycle bin. This “ideal portable tool” comes in 12″ and 6″ sizes, and, if you order one 12″ version now using code LB2, you will “Get One 6″ Tool FREE!” — only $19.95 plus S&H, which appears to be $4.95. If you don’t like yellow, you can get a Level Best2 in blue, violet, or pink, also. They are pretty clear on its four uses: level, plumb, square, and ruler.

Web pricing starts around $6 for the 6″ and $10 for the 12″, so, depending on S&H from other sites, the bundle from the manufacturer could be a good deal. But is this a useful tool? What do you think?

Level Best2 [Manufacturer's Site]
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M-D Building Products’ SmartTool Level resembles your ordinary bubble level about as much as a refrigerator resembles a portable beverage cooler.  Their level digitally displays degrees, percent slope, and pitch — plus it can audibly report when it’s level or plumb, so you can keep your eyes on other aspects of the job.

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Wizard Industries crams a few tools you use all the time — a straight edge, marking gauge, ruler, level, and compass — into one tool to make their Measure Level.  With this 8.7oz tool you can measure, transfer measurements, mark straight lines, find level, and create circles and curves.

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