New Series of Cross Line Lasers by DeWALT

Updated: October 22, 2018

DW08802-XJ Cross Line Laser and DW03601-XJ 360º Cross Line Laser

Designed for trade professionals carrying out remodeling, renovations, drywall, framing, tiling, joinery, carpentry and domestic installations, DeWALT® has introduced a new series of red and green beam cross line lasers, providing a choice of cost-effective solutions that are particularly suitable for second fix applications.

Quick and practical to set up, the DW08802-XJ Cross Line Laser and DW03601-XJ 360º Cross Line Laser ensure fast and precise layout, with a self-leveling mechanism accurate to +/- 4º. Highly durable and rated IP54 for dust and water resistance, these lasers have been drop-tested to one meter, and deliver outstanding precision and reliability, whatever the environment. Each model is available in a choice of either green or red beam versions, depending on the application or working conditions.

DeWALT’s advanced green beam laser technology provides exceptional brightness in more challenging lighting conditions and is up to four times more visible to the human eye than red beam variants. Green beam lasers are recommended when working in strong sunlight or when operating on larger sites. Guaranteed tough, the new De WALT line-up incorporates a locking pendulum mechanism to safeguard the laser in transit, while the robust over mould housing adds further durability and protection against knocks or drops

Built into the design are a magnetic bracket and pivoting base, plus a ¼” thread for use with a tripod (available separately), providing a variety of alternative mounting options, and ensuring security and stability in operation. For increased versatility, the 360º model also features an integrated hanging hole, allowing for ceiling suspension.

The DeWALT DW08802-XJ Cross Line Laser and DW03601-XJ 360º Cross Line Laser are powered by two and four AA batteries respectively (included) and come complete with an integrated magnetic pivoting base and a hard-protective case for safe transportation.

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