Bosch Introduces Two New Levels

Bosch Level

Bosch introduced a couple new levels.  The Bosch GIM 60 24 in. Digital Level and GIM 120 48 in. Digital Level.  As you know levels play a vital role on any job site.  They not only make our lives easier, but they help us produce a quality finish project, well if you have a quality level.  Just image if the builders of the leaning tower of pisa had a level.  Maybe it would have been built a little straighter, of course maybe it wouldn’t have been such an icon.  Yes, I know it wasn’t built that way, it was more of a joke.  Speaking of quality levels, you can always leave it to Bosch to put out top notch quality products.  Bosch isn’t one of the companies that settles for sub par.  If a product isn’t right and built to the best of specs, they don’t release it.  This is one of the reasons that I love Bosch so much.  They may not be the first to market, but I know each and every time, they produce a tool I can trust.  So here are their two new levels.

 

 

Bosch Levels Highlights

  • Illuminated digital displays that automatically rotate and tilt for better readability
  • IP 54 protected housing, offering a more robust level that limits exposure to the dust, dirt and moisture
  • IP 54 protected housing, offering a more robust level that limits exposure to the dust, dirt and moistur· +/- 0.05° accuracy at both 0° and 90°
  • +/- 0.05° accuracy at both 0° and 90°
  • Measurements in degrees, percentages, imperial or metric units
  • Hold/copy function that can freeze a measured value on the screen
  • 80 operational hours using standard alkaline batteries
  • Audible signals and alignment arrows that tell the user when they’ve reached alignment values

6 COMMENTS

  1. That tilting display and using normal alkaline are two of the most attractive features (on top of knowing it has the Bosch name behind it for quality). #TIACREW

  2. These looked pretty sweet when you were at world of concrete. Just got some new fat max levels a few months ago for my birthday, don’t really need a lear level although the angle it tells you is pretty cool. They should come out with one more the size of a torpedo level, not sure if I’ve ever seen on in a bosch, I know they exist.

  3. Nice levels I’ve never used a digital one before but I can see the need for it Bosch makes great quality tools and these are good examples #TIACREW

  4. I’m always wary of hand tools being integrated with electronics. I get that it would be nice for plumbers and folks that need a certain slope, but I’ll be sticking to my conventional levels.
    #TIACREW

  5. The digital read out sounds pretty freakin’ sweet! I’ve never used one but I bet they’re a life saver. Might have to add it to the tool arsenal.

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