Best Laser Levels: Top Tools For Indoor and Outdoor Projects
These top laser levels will make DIY projects easier to complete
This tool is self-leveling and features green beam laser technology, which is four times brighter than red. It's part of DEWALT's 12V lithium-ion rechargeable power tool battery platform.
This is a pro-grade tool with a DIYer price. The unit rotates on the bracket any way you need it, and it provides plenty of battery life.
It's costly if you only need it for occasional use. The green laser beam may be hard to read outdoors after about five to eight feet.
This laser level features a red beam, and its full-time pulse mode allows use with a detector and plus/minus 1/4-inch accuracy at 100 feet.
It's easy to use and will project a single horizontal beam, vertical beam, or both. It is self-leveling and has LED lights to indicate when it's level.
While it works fine indoors, it's difficult to see the laser in daylight. If it gets knocked around or goes out of level/plumb, it cannot be fixed.
This tool delivers maximum line laser visibility up to 50 feet in standard working conditions. It's IP54 rated to withstand tough jobsite conditions such as rain or dust.
It's great for the DIYer. It comes in a nice, hard case, is simple to operate, mounts to standard camera tripods, and the red laser is highly visible from a solid distance.
The horizontal laser may not project a very visible line. Using it in manual mode can be challenging, and it’s difficult to see the laser beam outdoors.