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Bosch Quigo Cross Line Laser Level

by Bosch

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  • Simultaneously projects horizontal and vertical lines
  • Self levelling, always completely straight
  • Simple to use, one switch operation
  • Can be fixed anywhere using versatile clamp
  • Small compact design
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number Quigo
Item Weight558 g
Product Dimensions23.4 x 13.6 x 10.8 cm
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required. (included)
Item model numberQuigo
Power SourceBattery-powered
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeZinc Chloride
  
Additional Information
ASINB00GXAQ2TY
Best Sellers Rank 722 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight558 g
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Date First Available3 Dec. 2013
  
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Bosch Quigo Cross Line Laser

The Bosch Quigo is a self-levelling cross line laser which projects two perfectly horizontal and vertical lines onto any wall. With clear laser visibility up to 7 metres, the Quigo is ideal for all levelling jobs around the home, from hanging pictures straight on the wall to levelling tiles.

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Easy to use

The sliding switch makes the Quigo quick and simple to use, with the cross line laser being projected onto any surface as soon as the sliding switch is opened. This sliding switch makes the Quigo a suitable tool for anyone to use, even those without much previous DIY experience.

The sliding switch also doubles up as a protective cover to avoid the laser being damaged whilst in transit or storage.

Sloping function

As well as being self-levelling, the Bosch Quigo also has a sloping function which means that the cross line locks into position when tilted at an angle to maintain the perfect 90 degree angles. This means that it’s also ideal for applications such as hanging pictures in line the stairs.

A red LED light on top blinks to make clear that it’s locking system for slope function is in use as it’s outside of the +/-4 degree self-levelling range

Versatile clamp

The Bosch Quigo comes with the versatile MM2 clamp which makes the Quigo easy to set up at any height thanks to the wide jaw of the clamp, capable of gripping onto anything of a thickness between 10 and 60 millimetres.

The MM2 also has a quick adjustment adapter so that it’s quick and easy to set the Quigo up at the precise height you want.

Even on delicate surfaces, the clamp doesn’t leave marks, making it ideal for even the home décor enthusiast.

Not just for decorating – fit shelves, cabinets, dado rails and more

The Quigo also simplifies more practical jobs, such as the fitting of bathroom or kitchen cabinets, putting up perfectly placed shelves, and more. It is even ideal for hanging picture frames on your wall, or positioning mirrors.

The Quigo’s long working range with a line length of up to 7 metres means that you don’t have to apply it repeatedly like you do with a spirit level. The line will form as far as you need it, all by itself. Now, with both hands free, you can immediately mark all of the holes you need to drill along the laser line, or you can start to mask straight away.

This means you can get your home looking exactly how you like it, with minimal effort.

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Box Contains

1 x Quigo Cross Line Laser
MM 2 Universal Mount
2 x 1.5 V AAA batteries
Instruction manual


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I don't know how people manage without. My application has been a large wet room fully wall tiled ceiling to floor each wall with a hand made hand painted picture tile border edged by rail tiles half way up. And we chose to mount the field tiles diagonally!! Yes corners upwards. Quigo made it possible to set the lines and then to follow them exactly during laying - it was so easy. Forget the pictures of the man bravely trying to align his straight edge with a wobbly plumb bob. You aim the Quigo's vertical line at the tile below and press the above tile into place - yes what a great idea, you can actually see your setting-out line instead of it being hidden behind the adhesive. And I have several levels of lathes, the base and the bottom and top of the picture border. Again set the quigo at the right height and just follow it round.
I am a perfectionist and I checked the quigo lines with a real top accurate spirit level. They were remarkably accurate. However, first pass trying to extend the base lathe 360 degrees my quigo lines didn't meet by about 4mm which is too much - the spirit level does better than that. Rightly it wrongly I put it down to this. First time round I just slapped the quigo in the middle of the room and lined an entire wall in one go. Then turned it 90 degrees and took the line from the end of the just done wall ( you have to realign because your mounting height can move a mm or so when moving the mount. After that I set shorter lines (say half a wall) with the quigo mounted at right angles to the middle of the line and got perfect results - I don't know whether quigo wanders by a mm or so at its extremes? Finally the mounting grasp that comes with it works well - I stuck it on thee frame of a mini step ladder. If you intend to work all day with it on, get in some spare batteries, I'm not saying it's hungry but it is really annoying when it runs out after the shops are shut. Happy quigo tiling is what I say :-)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By whatspeedlimit on 13 Oct. 2014
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Simple on-off operation with the front slide means even a dullard like me can use it! Works well indoors even in bright daylight, and produces a clear, level 'cross' line. The laser 'cross' produced measures in excess of 2m wide/high at a distance of 2m or so, so should be suitable for most projects. At any distance the laser line produced will be about 1 - 2 mm wide, so if you want an ultra accurate line, this may not be the product for you. Place it on a level floor or surface and a single straight line will be produced from the box along the floor in-front. Tip the box more than 5 degrees, and a light will flash a warning telling you you are no longer showing a level line. Useful though if you wish to mark out any angled line on your wall - such as for a bannister.
In short, I found it really useful for wallpapering, and putting up dado rails. Far quicker and more convenient than plumb lines and spirit levels, and given the price of a 1- Metre spirit rule, this clever little box wasn't that much more expensive either! Money well spent.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Londoner on 16 Mar. 2015
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This has been a very useful instrument while I have been installing my new kitchen. My old kitchen units and tiles were all uneven and messy looking, but the horizontal and vertical lines provided by this laser lighting have allowed me to install the new cabinets and tiles in perfectly straight lines along the full length of the kitchen.Because this can be rotated and a light level obtained around all the walls, provision can be made beforehand for any floor uneveness, and also wall cupboards on both sides of the kitchen can be installed at exactly the same height. I have slight colour blindness so in a bright room I sometimes find it difficult to see the red laser line, but in the evening time I can see it clearly and use it this way to then mark the walls with pencil lines for daylight work. Would recommend it without hesitation for any DIY work around the house.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GeN on 25 Mar. 2015
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This is pretty good. I hadn't been aware that it needed to be within 4 degrees of horizontal in order to project a level line (I had stupidly assumed I could happily clamp it to a chair and project a level line up near the ceiling) so for those of you that are a bit slow like me - be aware that you will need to clamp it to a step ladder balanced on 2 plastic boxes, balanced on a coffee table which is shimmed up by several copies of random books in order to get a level line up near the ceiling.
Aside from that - this is actually really useful and I have used it far more than I thought I would.
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Bought this to do some paint stripes on a wall. It really is best suited to have mounted on a tripod and forgo the grid stand it comes with. If you are like me I would also check the lines with a spirit level. The auto levelling feature only allows for a slight sense of adjustment if you need to angle the lines up, down, left, right otherwise the centre weight just hits the edge. However once I had it on a tripod, I marked a couple of lines on the wall so I had something to aim at and a rough idea. Was definitely helpful in laying down the masking tape. I'd say its a little bit expensive for what it is, but handy. Lastly, the packaging is that sealed plastic that is a nightmare to get into. So have a sharp pair of scissors and a Stanley knife handy!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kevin O'Keefe TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 15 Jan. 2014
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This is a sturdy and well designed handy tool. It's about the size of a Rubik's Cube (maybe a bit smaller) and comes with a detachable twin-angle clamp (you could mount it on a camera tripod if you prefer). To operate clamp the device on to a any sturdy surface, lift the grey sliding cover at the front (once the supplied batteries are fitted) and the self-levelling laser will then project a a very clear red set of crosshairs onto the target wall. The projected beam is quite large (e.g. from a clamped distance of ten feet the projected lines are go approximately eight feet horizontally and vertically). It makes hanging pictures or any job requiring perfectly level and square 90 degree cornering very easy indeed and as such I can't fault it. The only negatives I can think of is it doesn't come with a protective case and, as for the packaging, make sure you've got a Stanley knife or decent pair of scissors ready.

Recommended.
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