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ComPac 4' Adjustable Level

StraightWay Tools - ComPac 4' Adjustable Level

The ComPac 4' is a sturdy telescoping level that can fit in a 2-ft. toolbox

$60.00 (As of 9/1/2002)

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6/6/2008

This is an excellent versatile level. Great for marking out plumb baluster holes, as it is adjustable in length. I have found many times when a custom length level is handy. For instance, when installing cabinets, you can make the level just long enough for cabinets 2'-4' in length or width. Just watch your fingers as you close it- you can get pinched. Comes with a nice protective case.
5/30/2008

I would like to know who came up with the concept for this level, because as a carpenter I think it is an excellent invention.Being so compact it has literally eliminated the need to travel with two levels.Bravo to the inventor. Sincerely john reid