Though it may just look like an odd level, Bosch’s Miter Finder calculates angles within 0.05 degrees. And once you’ve measured an angle within a gnat’s whisker, it tells you what angle to cut for trim installation. That’s not hard with flat molding, but if you want to cut compound angles while keeping the trim flat on the saw, the Miter Finder will do that, too. That means you won’t have to fiddle with crown jigs on your miter saw, and you’ll still get a good fit.
Despite the sensitivity of this tool, Bosch claims the rugged 17” aluminum housing will withstand frequent use. The housing contains a large digital display, interface buttons, and two spirit levels for you tool traditionalists. Street pricing is about $110 — pricey for a protractor, but maybe worth it if you’ve got a remodeling project coming up.