Best Green Laser Levels 2019 – Top Picks & Reviews

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Green laser levelers are great tools both for large scale construction jobs, and even do it yourself tasks around the house. The name of the game is accuracy when it comes to this product.

It’s a precision tool that demands high quality construction for a high-quality performance. A product that isn’t up to snuff is basically useless which makes finding the right one incredibly important.

But in a super saturated market, this is sometimes easier said than done. So many options, so little time to sift through them all. So, what can be done about it?

Well, consulting a guide like this one is a good place to start. You may not have the time or capability of studying and testing the green laser level but we do.

We’ve looked at tons of these products recently, and assembled the five best options we encountered here.

So, without further ado, read on for some green laser leveler reviews!

Comparison of our Favorite Products

ModelPriceWeightEditor Rating
DEWALT DW088LG 12V Cross Line Laser
DEWALT DW088LG 12V Cross Line Laser(Top Pick)

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8 lbs4.9/5
New PLS 180 Green Cross Line Laser Level PLS-60596N
New PLS 180 Green Cross Line Laser Level PLS-60596N

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2 lbs4.65/5
Huepar 902CG Self-Leveling 360-Degree
Huepar 902CG Self-Leveling 360-Degree(Best for the Money)

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2 lbs4.6/5
TACKLIFE SC-L07G
TACKLIFE SC-L07G

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1 lb4.3/5
Bosch GLL40-20G
Bosch GLL40-20G

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1 lb4.1/5

5 Best Green Laser Levels 2019 – Our Reviews

1. DEWALT DW088LG 12V Cross Line Laser – Top Pick

DEWALT DW088LG 12V Cross Line Laser

DeWalt is such a well known name in the world of tools that for many buyers this company is their first and last stop in the buying process. For good reason. They’ve been producing excellent equipment for decades now, and the Cross Line Laser is a good example.

If you need something that is hyper-precise for a construction job, this is going to be the product to consider. The green laser beam is ultra defined so that you can view it clearly in a variety of different lighting situations.

It also levels itself and features a magnet attachment capability so that you can effortlessly mount it to metal surfaces.

Last but not least, it also features a job site ready exterior. The product is made to be very durable, and resistant to dust and moisture infiltration—vital features in the unpredictable environment of a worksite.

It all sounds great right? So why even look at the other products on the list? Well, because of the price tag, this option might not be for everyone. DeWalt may have a reputation for making quality stuff, but they also have a reputation for being extremely expensive.

If you are on a tight budget, this probably won’t be for you. Otherwise it is a reliable tool that should be up to the standards of even the most particular professional.

Pros
  • Durable
  • Self-levels
  • Magnetic Attachment
  • Well Defined Beam
Cons
  • Costly

2. New PLS 180 Green Cross Line Laser Level PLS-60596N – The Runner-Up

New PLS 180 Green Cross Line Laser Level PLS-60596N

The Green Cross Line Laser Level actually has quite a bit in common with the DeWalt. A well defined beam, a rugged exterior. It also features a mounting magnet, and includes an auto leveling feature.

To the naked eye, there aren’t really any obvious differences that would help you tell one from the other. However, there are two factors that keep this unit second on our list. The first is value.

Though these units are nearly identical in performance, this one actually costs more than the DeWalt. With no obvious improvement to performance, customers may be hesitant to spend more for this product.

This option also isn’t as shock resistant as the DeWalt. If you are using this tool in a rough environment (and chances are pretty decent you are) you will want to be very mindful that it doesn’t’ get bumped.

These things said, if you weren’t enamored with the DeWalt for some reason, the Green Cross Line Laser Level will still make a suitable substitution.

Pros
  • Mounting Magnet
  • Auto Level
Cons
  • Not as Rugged as DeWalt
  • Pricey

3. Huepar 902CG Self-Leveling 360-Degree – Best for the Money

Huepar 902CG Self-Leveling 360-Degree

If you liked the last two options we looked at but found their price tags to be a turnoff, you will appreciate the Huepar. Through its combination of quality and value this unit earned itself a spot in our best for the money slot.

This unit provides 360 degree coverage, features a maximum range of 33 feet and it can be used indoors or out for maximum versatility.

That said, there are also factors that keep it out of our top two slots.

The first is that it doesn’t have the same level of visibility as some higher end products. While you will be able to use it indoors or out, environments with lots of light won’t suit the Huepar.

There are also durability concerns. It’s not nearly as rugged as the other options we’ve seen today which may eliminate it as an option for some buyers.

That said, if you need a bargain-priced option , this will still be a great product to consider.

Pros
  • Best for the Money
  • 360-degree coverage
Cons
  • Durability concerns
  • Not visible in high-light scenarios

4. TACKLIFE SC-L07G – The Ultimate Budget Buy

TACKLIFE SC-L07G

The category kind of says it all, huh? The Tacklife earns the distinction of being the ultimate budget buy through a price tag few laser levels can match.

In addition to being affordable, it self-levels, and features a range of thirty-three feet. But all that said, you do get what you pay for.

One issue is a matter of accuracy. The Tacklife is consistently about 1/8th of an inch off which though not significant can have consequences

The beam also won’t really register outside even though they advertise it as being an indoor/outdoor unit.

Ultimately, it is by no means a bad product, but if you have room in your budget, you might think about going with something a little more reliable.

Pros
  • Very Affordable
  • Self-levels
Cons
  • Slightly inaccurate
  • Beam does not register outdoors

5. Bosch GLL40-20G

Bosch GLL40-20G

Last, we take a look at the Bosch. Bosch is yet another company that has a big name in the world of tools. The product we have here today is reliable in a pinch, but does deviate somewhat from the company that made its overall reputation.

But let’s start with the good stuff first.

This unit is compact, moderately priced, and it features a range of 40 feet.

That’s the good stuff. Unfortunately though, there are several cons that sour the deal a little bit.

The Bosch is challenging to mount, it lacks dust or moisture resistance, and it struggles in areas that have lots of light.

Ultimately, it’s going to be a fine product for the average do it yourselfer, but buyers looking for something that is job site ready will need to continue their search.

Pros
  • Moderately priced
  • 40-foot range
Cons
  • Struggles in areas with lots of light
  • Not very durable
  • Challenging to mount

Conclusion

The laser level reviews are finished and now its decision time. The five options that we have look at today are each suited for a different type of buyer. Whether you are working with a shoestring budget, or a little bit more money in your pocket, there is something here for you.

But which option is the right for your needs? Buyers that want the best of the best will think about going with our top choice, the DeWalt.

Budget buyers, on the other hand, might prefer our best for the money pick, the Huepar.

Now that you’ve read the reviews, you are free to choose the perfect option for your needs.

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