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BDL310S Crossfire Line Laser Level

Black & Decker - BDL310S Crossfire Line Laser Level

Black & Decker's self-leveling line laser level is designed for interior use

$99.00 (As of 1/1/2007)

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1/16/2012

Picked this laser level up on Amazon.com for $80. Works great, exactly as expected. So far used it to set strapping for a new tray ceiling I cut into my dining room. Laser was plenty bright to use with normal room light. Comes with a soft protective case and wall mount bracket. If I had to find one issue with the product it would be the mount; plastic, looks like it is likely to break at some point in its life. Also, the laser merely sits on the bracket which means there is the potential that it could get knocked off. For the DIY homeowner it is a great laser at a great price and would highly recommend it. If it is going to be kicking around a jobsite getting used everyday I might have upgraded to the more rugged Dewalt for twice the price.