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Bosch GLL3-80 3 Plane Leveling-Alignment Laser

by Bosch

List Price: CDN$ 1,144.00
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  • Provides three precise 360-Degree full plane coverage in both horizontal and vertical operations
  • No rotation or motors to wear-out or waste battery power
  • 90-Degree horizontal and vertical bright red laser layout lines and electronic self-leveling
  • Freestanding base with magnets to attach to metal track
  • Both 1/4 to 20-Inch and 5/8 to 11-Inch tripod mounting
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Bosch GLL3-80 3 Plane Leveling-Alignment Laser + Bosch BP350 Telescoping Pole with 1/4-Inch by 20-Inch laser Mount + Bosch BT300 Alum Heavy Duty Elevator Quick Clamp Tripod
Price For All Three: CDN$ 788.28

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Technical Details
Part NumberGLL3-80
Product Dimensions42.9 x 33.3 x 16 cm
Item model numberGLL3-80
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #7,849 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.6 Kg
Date First AvailableJuly 29 2011
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It's handy to have a laser level that I can just pick up and moving set down and it self levels. That part makes it so much quicker to use and so much more effective for me. I plan to buy a task telescopic drywall prop rod to use as a pole to mount this on for cabinet installation.
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By Maros Malosek on Nov. 27 2013
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Perfect tool for perfect price! Ideal for working inside! In very bright areas recomend using red glases, very good accuracy
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful
Freakin' lasers! Nov. 18 2011
By Gryphon - Published on Amazon.com
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I sell and install A/V equipment for a living. Some might argue I'm a little OCD when it comes to being a perfectionist...

I have a Stanley that projects only in two planes, and definitely NOT in a 360 degree pattern. I needed/wanted something better, brighter, and I was not disappointed. While a dark room is beneficial, the laser pattern can easily be seen in most situations in which you are forced to deal with daylight. I'm sure you COULD don red glasses, but I'm not sure I would have to. Or want to. I've used it to lay out a grid for a ceiling storage solution in my garage in the daytime just fine. At night, I had to block it... it was casting a nice red line down the street.

Ease of use? If you can push a button, you can figure it out.

It self levels, and beeps extremely loudly every time it isn't. Tempted to tape over the speaker on the side to quiet it down.

Is the 360 laser on 3 planes significantly more beneficial than two? Absolutely. It simplifies the process of ensuring EVERYTHING is plumb/square/etc. I've been scouring the free world for a relatively affordable solution, and finally Bosch has exceeded my expectations.
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Very bright and easy to use Dec 29 2011
By Just a guy - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a very high end 360 degree three axis laser level. It works really well. It is a three axis level and you can turn on or off any of the three planes. It has an auditory beep to let you know when the laser is jostled and not in level. It has automatic level mode. I also liked that you can set it to hold a non-level line, which is useful for non-standard angles, like 45 or 60. The laser is very bright and can been seen outdoors in bright sunlight over at least 75 feet or so. The laser has both 1/4 inch and 5/8 inch tripod mounts (1/4 inch is a standard camera mount).

The unit itself also seems pretty bullet-proof. The pendulums lock (there are no gyros) when the unit is switched off, so you don't have to worry about it getting jostled about in transit. It comes with a substantial foam fitted hard-case that has room for extra batteries, a magnetic mount and the instructions (although you really don't need the instructions - it's pretty simple to use.)

Note that the on-off switch actually has three positions. Off - locks the pendulums. On - fixed, puts a laser at any angle you choose. On- level, uses the gyros to automatically send out level and plumb lines.

I highly recommend this to anyone who wants a serious professional laser level.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Good not excellent Oct. 6 2013
By Kyle Swanton - Published on Amazon.com
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If I could trade it in and recover what I spent, I would then turnaround and by the PLS Laser HVL 100.
Unfortunately I became familiar with this quite superior tool only after I purchased the basically adequate Bosh.
25 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Concerned about the long-term viability of the tool May 23 2012
By Chris Lowe - Published on Amazon.com
The laser was packed in a rigid plastic box encased in foam, Amazon did a good job packaging that inside a larger box, and the box didn't show any significant damage from the UPS shipping...yet the laser is not accurately level. Was it a manufacturing issue, or does a delicate instrument like this not like to be jarred during shipment? The first thing that I did with the level was follow the simple instructions in the manual to check the accuracy of the level and plumb lines. The two vertical lines were within the specified tolerance, but the horizontal level deviation was more than twice what the manual says is the maximum permissible. Rather than immediately return the unit I contacted Bosch to see if there was a laser tool service centre in Houston, but the closest is Illinois. The staff at that service centre said that they don't repair these units - if they're defective they're replaced, which is fine if within the warranty period, but afterwards you're looking at buying a new tool if it no longer performs its function (of course, by that time the cost of laser leveling devices will have dropped even further). I sent the unit back to Amazon for a replacement. For the new unit, the deviation from level/plumb for the horizontal line and one of the vertical lines is well within tolerance, but the second vertical line is right on the limit, right out of the box. That doesn't bother me a great deal, since the vast majority of the usage for this tool for me will be the level line, with the occasional use of one plumb line. So, like any tool I suggest that you check it when you purchase it to ensure that it accurate enough for the usage you plan for it.

On a separate topic, you don't need to order the WM1 wall mount separately. Amazon's product description (at least at the time of writing this review) doesn't explicitly say that the WM1 is included. The person writing the review dated April 20, 2012 evidently didn't get it in their shipment, and when I ordered my level, Amazon's "Frequently Bought Together" section was showing the GLL3-80 along with the WM1 Wall Mount and the BP350 Telescoping Pole, so other people are evidently making the same mistake or ordering it separately (which I did, too). It was not a lucky fluke that the WM1 wall mount was included with my level - the Bosch Tools website shows that it is an included accessory.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
It's rare to find such a powerful tool that is so simple to operate. It even auto levels itself Jan. 31 2012
By Mr. Deeds - Published on Amazon.com
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I've used Bosch's GLL3-80 three-plane leveling and alignment line laser on a couple projects so far, with outstanding results.

I started with a small project, building a shelf across a one wall. I flipped on the laser level and it put a very bright red line all the way down the wall. With a perfectly level line across the wall there was no way for me to mess it up.

Next I used it in our barn to level the floor, build a new stall and outline a new window and door on the back of the barn (expanding it).

I have only scratched the surface of what this laser is capable of. This spring I plan on using it when I put in a new wraparound railing on my porch.

I like how you can choose how many laser plains you need so you don't have to have them all on if you just need one. Another great thing about it is how bright it is. Most of the lasers you buy are not nearly as bright as this one. Not to mention how easy it is to use. It's rare to find such a powerful tool that is so simple to operate. It even auto levels itself. The final thing I noticed and really liked was the durable case that comes with it.

Two thumbs way up for Bosch's GLL3-80 three-plane leveling and alignment line laser.

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