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Stanley Intelli Tools INT177340 Cubix Self Levelling Cross Line Laser

4.3 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews
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  • Sturdy ABS/TPR construction
  • Pendulum mounted laser
  • Universal mounting bracket
  • For use on architrave, windowsills, shelves and poles
  • Accuracy: +/-0.5mm/m

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Technical Details
Part Number CUBIX
Item Weight748 g
Product Dimensions10.2 x 23 x 28.5 cm
Item model numberCUBIX
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Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeAlkaline
Weight750 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB00DDZBA30
Best Sellers Rank 2,092 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight780 g
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Date First Available4 Sept. 2013
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The Stanley FatMax Cube Cross Line Self-Levelling Laser Level has a pendulum mounted laser with an effective indoor range up to 10m, ideal for DIY / internal use. It is built to last, made of ABS / TPR construction and is accurate to 0.5mm/m. Supplied with a universal mounting bracket with multi attachment points for flexibility. It can be attached to architrave, window sills, shelves, poles etc..

Box Contains

1 x Cubix Cross Line Laser(1) Quick start manual(1) Multi Angle Bracket (2) AAA batteries



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Firstly, I have never used a laser leveler before and if you, like me, are wondering if this will do the job for you, read on. This is a solid little unit for sure. The button on the front that some have said is not very positive and feels like it won't last, appears to physically lock the laser emitter in place when it slides so it is doing quite a lot but there is no unnecessary play in it and as long as it is pushed to the full extent of travel - works fine.
Something I haven't seen mentioned elsewhere or in the pics is that the unit does have a 1/4-20 tripod female thread on the base so can be mounted directly to a tripod. The supplied mount can also have the proprietry end removed very easily and this reveals a 1/4-20 male thread. On the subject of the supplied mount, no it isn't the best made item in the world as many have said, however when you consider how lightweight the Cubix is, it is more than adequate for the job. You just have to use no more strength than required when you tighten it. It's versatility in mounting options is excellent.
There is remarkably little divergence of the beam over distance as you might expect from a laser and although still about 2mm wide, you can use either edge of the line to mark with so perfectly usable.
To sum up then... I'm sure you can get some brilliant units for well over £100 and they would be better than this but this does exactly what you need and does it well. But take into consideration the price point of this item and that it does the job so well and you can't go far wrong.
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I have found this as good as most laser levels and would have preferred to give it 4.5 out of 5 stars, though the device itself is a 5 out of 5.

Here is the only problem found (and it's not with the device):
The clamp is "not that great". The grippers are not brilliant and the screwing mechanism for them can break easily leaving it stuck gripped onto something. And the clamp doesn't easily turn in all directions and is a little "uneasy".

But, on the plus side, the clamp can be fastened onto the device on 5 different sides. This is a huge bonus.

Some levels (especially at this price £36) don't come with clamps, so this is more of a note than a complaint.
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This is an interesting mix of good and not so good.

The good is, it's a brilliant little tool. The self levelling function is unquestionably a huge time saver and when you can project a line both vertically and horizontally from one point, it makes levelling things such as window boards, kitchen tops, tiling and so on an absolute breeze.

I'd never used a laser level before, so for me, using this for the first time was an eye opener - but be careful you don't look into it :-)

The clamp has been well documented by others, but I don't think it's as bad as many make out. Yes, I suppose for site work, it is flimsy, but if you use it with care and don't over tighten, it does the job. The switch also has come in for a fair amount of criticism. I think on the whole, that criticism is justified and the switch is not so much of poor quality (though time will tell), it's more about it's lack of positivity. A decent switch would transform the tool - are you listening Stanley? (I doubt it!)

Soon after first using it, I thought it had gone wrong. In fact it hadn't and it was my use that was causing the problem. Why? Be very careful if you use a "normal" tripod to mount it on. My son's a professional photographer, so we have plenty laying around and I thought it would be ideal to mount it on a tripod and then be able to adjust it to anywhere I wanted to use it. But there is a slight flaw. When I fitted the laser to a tripod, I screwed it on just like I would a camera or a flash gun. Snugly, but not with brute force. However, this caused it to malfunction and the self levelling was non existent or more correctly, all over the place. It seems ANY pressure in the bottom of tripod screw hole, locks up the internal self levelling mechanism.
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I love this! A life long spirit level user, squinting with one eye thinking "yep that's about between the lines" albeit not with a million percent accuracy, but usually accurate.

This is revolutionary. Frees up one hand from holding a spirit level, is incredibly accurate, and saves from pencil marks on the wall. Also is a lot wider than our standard spirit level.

I can't comment on battery life but has easily been on for 2+ hours over the last few weeks and is still going. Hats more than sufficient for the average DIYer for a couple of months! I just remember to switch off as soon as I have my level
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OK - for those of you considering whether to buy this or the Bosch Cubix, here's what you need to know. The Bosch has the better bracket but the Stanley is the better performer. You probably won't use the bracket anyway, I haven't. I use a tripod or simply stand it on a shelf. This has a much wider and higher beam than the Bosch which is critical when working in confined spaces. I love this thing.
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Great little tool, build quality dodgy. The switch feels cheap and may not last long. Worse the clamp knob (the one into the pic clamping this to the metal bar) is basically glued on. Before I'd used this for real, I was testing it and the clamp knob stripped under very low pressure - so low that it wasn't gripping. So that's rubbish. That said, the laser part is excellent. Self levelling (the user who said it wasn't is wrong - there are two modes - fixed and levelling), bright, accurate. Worth the money but the clamp is absolute junk and worthless.
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