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Bosch Quigo Cross Line Laser Level

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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 Weight581 g
Product Dimensions24 x 14.6 x 10.6 cm
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required. (included)
Item model numberQuigo
Power SourceBattery-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeZinc Chloride
  
Additional Information
ASINB00GXAQ2TY
Best Sellers Rank 7,238 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight581 g
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Date First Available3 Dec. 2013
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Ingenious cross line laser. Simple, ideal self levelling straight lines. Ideal for levelling tiles, shelves, wallpaper, pictures or paint. Can be fixed to MM 2 Universal Mount (included) or detached from it with only one hand movement. Automatic indication by means of flashing LED display when the laser cross is not aligned, and continuous LED when the lifetime of the battery is less than one hour. Ultra compact and handy housing with outer dimension of only 6.5 cm.

This product comes with a free 2 year guarantee. In order to extend the warranty from 2 to 3 years, please register your new tool with MyBosch. You can register your tool by visiting manufacturer's site MyBosch-Tools site within 28 days of purchase.

Box Contains

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


From the Manufacturer

Bosch Quigo Cross Line Laser Bosch Quigo Cross Line Laser (NEW) Bosch Quigo Plus Cross Line Laser
Laser Type 635 nm / class 2 635 nm / class 2 635 nm / class 2
Crossed Lines Yes Yes Yes with markings
Levelling Accuracy +/- 0,8 mm/m +/- 0,8 mm/m +/- 0,8 mm/m
Working Range 7 m 10 m 7 m
Weight 0,27 kg 0,27 kg 0,27 kg
Self-levelling Range +/- 4° +/- 4° +/- 4°
Batteries 2 x 1,5 V AAA 2 x 1,5 V AAA 2 x 1,5 V AAA
Dimensions in mm 65 x 65 x 65 65 x 65 x 65 65 x 65 x 65
Includes MM2 Mount MM02 Mount Tripod


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If you're after a laser level this might cost a little more than some other reputable makes (eg Black & Decker) but, from my pre-purchase investigations, the outlay gives you some features they might not have...

As far as performance is concerned, it worked for me as I had hoped; I usually stick to Bosch or Black & Decker so my 'loyalty' has once again proved worthwhile.

For me, those potential 'extras' which this level gives you are :

1. Self-Levelling (provided the level is already within 4degrees of level).
2. A multi-purpose clamp.
3. Cross-hair laser lines.

I'm not sure I understand the problem I read beforehand in other reviews about the laser lines getting 'thicker' due to the projection distance; as long as they're still well-defined, and of constant thickness, you can still use them by either using the top/bottom or (worst case) a specific distance 'inside' the line. The crucial factor with this level is that the lines ARE of constant thickness.....

Also, it works at any angle you want and then the self-levelling feature is pointless of course.

It's sufficiently lightweight to allow it to be readily located where you want by either sitting it on a surface (eg ladder step for high-up work) or using the included clamp.

I used this to set, before final fixing, the vertical and horizontal aspects of a kitchen worktop and associated supporting cupboards on a floor which was not level (in varying degrees over the area !). It was in a sunlit conservatory, but the projected lines were just about usable even when the sun was out !
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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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This is a self levelling laser level, which projects up to 7 metres. This is how it's advertised and this is how it works. In strong daylight you will have less visibility of the laser line than in very overcast conditions.
Like any tool it can take a little while to get used to the many and varied ways to use it. However having just used it to install a 5 metre rsj and install a kitchen with a floating ceiling I can tell you this is a great bit of kit.
We checked calibration against an older floating dot laser level and also various other builders quality spirit levels and did a full test against a carpenter friends level line across the whole kitchen versus the quigo, and the quigo won. The floor, walls and ceiling of the kitchen were all out of level by a fair margin, being able to quickly place datum points and know they were accurate made life a whole lot easier.
The cabinets and doors are all completely plumb and the led downlighters are in straight lines.Yes we did double check most of the time with spirit levels and 3,4,5 but this happened less and less as we got more comfortable with the quigo.
Its a great bit of kit and thoroughly recommended.
Downsides: No case, seriously why no case? Battery life is not great. A small rise and fall winding handle on the clamp to raise and lower depth once you have it clamped to something to help find an exact height would have been very, very handy as it can be tricky to get it to focus exactly on a precise height.
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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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