The Skil 2100DAF is just what it looks like: a 14″ aluminum level with a swing-out arm for digitally measuring angles from 0 to 220-degrees. Skil claims it’s accurate to 1/2-degree, and it’ll even calculate miter angles for you on the fly.
Pressing the “hold” button fixes the reading so you can close the finder to remove it from tight spaces withotu losing your reading, and it’s quite light at just 1-1/2 pounds. We can’t wait to get our hands on one to see if it’s as accurate as Skil claims — and if it holds up to shop use. If so, this would be a handy tool, indeed.
Street pricing starts around $50.