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Stabila Mason's Levels

Mason’s levels take a beating, so they have to be ruggedly designed. They get banged, dropped, and covered in dirt and mortar. If this sounds like how you treat your level, you might be interested in Stabila’s line of mason levels.

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Stabila’s new plumb laser, dubbed “LaserBob,” just sounds friendly. With its rugged construction, this crown jewel of Stabila’s Laser line can withstand a three-foot drop onto concrete, according to Stabila.

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stabila_typehl-100.jpgWhile we’re waiting for the first functioning light saber to hit the commercial market — or would that sell better at Target? oh well, we’re not marketers — we’ll just have to be satisfied with the glut of other laser-driven products flooding shelves.  What product isn’t better with a laser?  Or two?

One such laser-driven goody we stumbled across today is the Type HL–100 Hole Laser from Stabila.  The HL–100’s geared to make electricians, plumbers and HVAC technicians’ lives a bit easier by simplifying the process of drilling holes in a row.

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Stabila 196e Level

You probably recognize the Stabila name, and if you’re serious about levels, you might even own one of their previous models, the 86E.  The 196E was designed to improve on the 86E with a host of modifications including:

  • two digital displays: top and side for easier reading
  • a 30% stronger frame construction: all four corners remain on the new frame with no large cut-out or twisting
  • a higher accuracy electronics module: 0.05 degrees (1/16’ in 72’) vs. 0.10 degrees (1.8” in 72”) on the 86E and competitors
  • vials which read 0.029 up and down
  • an electronic module that reads in degrees, percentage, and inches per foot (slope/pitch)
  • and a fast/easy one button calibration (the module makes 128 measurements in 3 seconds to determine level)

These new additions coupled with the returning standards of the 86E (such as 360 degree digital measuring, audible tones signaling plumb and level conditions, and endcaps that grip walls and flat surfaces) make the 196E a full featured electronic level.

The new 196E’s precision is aimed primarily at the needs of contractors.  It’s currently available in 24” and 48” inch models with 14”, 59” and 78” versions coming later this summer.

The Stabila site lists distributors where the 24” and 48” models, retailing for about $125 and $145 respectively, can be found.

196E Electronic Level [Stabila]