DeWalt DW088K Cross Line Laser

DeWalt DW088K Cross Line Laser
DeWalt DW088K Cross Line Laser In Use
DeWalt DW088K Cross Line Laser
(1 customer review)


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UOM: EA SKU: DW088K Categories: , UPC: 885911335911


DeWalt DW088K Cross Line Laser

The DeWalt DW088K comes with:

  • DW088 Cross Line Laser
  • Drop Ceiling Attachment
  • 3 AA alkaline batteries
  • Plastic kit box

Features and Specifications:

  • Full-time pulse mode for use with a detector
  • Built-in magnetic pivoting L-bracket also 1/4″ threaded for attaching to a tripod (sold separately)
  • Projects bright crossing horizontal and vertical lines
  • Maintains full brightness for visibility and extends range
  • IP54 rating for resistance to water and debris
  • Light source: Semiconductor laser diode
  • Laser wavelength: 630 – 680 nM visible
  • Laser power: <1mw (each beam) Class II laser product
  • Working range: up to 165 ft. with optional detector (DeWalt DW0802)
  • Accuracy (level): ± 1/8″ per 30 ft. (± 3mm per 9 meters)
  • Flashing Indicator: Battery low
  • Flashing Laser: Tilt range exceeded
  • Power source: 3 AA batteries (included)
  • Operating temperature: 20ºF to 115ºF (-10ºC to 45ºC)
  • Storage temperature: -5ºF to 140ºF (-20ºC to 60ºC)
  • Warranty: 3 year limited
  • Weight: 3.6 lbs

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1 review for DeWalt DW088K Cross Line Laser

  1. Steve

    I used the DW088K Cross Line Laser to install a drop ceiling in my basement. I found the unit was too heavy to clamp on the wall L-molding brackets and it fell and dropped over seven feet to the floor. I said awww fudge, only I didn’t say fudge. When I picked it up, there was none, zero, nada, damage at all. From then on, I attached it to the joists with the handy screw holds on the laser.
    As to how it functioned. I held it up near one corner of the ceiling, turned on the horizontal beam and had a nice red line on 3 walls. It was easy to install the L-molding. All I had to do was follow the red line. I used the vertical laser to set up the main I-beams as well.
    I had the laser turned on for at least an hour straight, and the batteries did not need to be changed.
    I was able to make fine adjustments of the hangers without the hassle of running a string line across the ceiling.
    I wouldn’t recommend dropping the laser in the future, but it is rugged. I wasn’t sure of this at first, because it didn’t have the laser locking mechanism.
    I would recommend the DeWalt DW088K to anyone looking for a compact, rugged, line laser tool to use around the home.

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