Specifications for this level is very limited and does not do justice to the excellent features of this tool. Dimensions are 7" x 1-1/4" x 2-3/16". Features of this level consist of a horizontal and vertical reference vials, magnetic v-groove base, Zero button for relative/absolute angle measurement, Convert button to change between angle, in./ft. and percent, and a power auto save button or you can turn off immediately by holding down the button for 2 seconds, beeps at 0,45 and 90 degrees. The LCD screen shows battery condition level and has a back -lit screen for high visibility and the readings "flip" when you use the level upside down. This also comes in a zippered soft case for protection when not in use. I use this digital level for my knife sharpening system for checking the degree of angle when sharpening a blade,also for checking vertical/bevel angles on my table saw blade, drill press and just about anything that requires an angle setting for concise cutting or drilling.The accuracy is plus/minus one-tenth of 1 degree. The only thing I would have wanted was for the magnet to have a stronger holding power when used vertically on pipe, conduit or metal structure. The level tends to slide down especially if the metal is not very clean and smooth. Other than that, I can't find anything negative to say about it. It is an excellent level for the price and has more features than higher price digital torpedo levels that are out there.
This level does not have a laser even though the picture clearly shows it does, and has a misleading section in the product specifications indicating it does as well!
I have had this put away in its case for about 2 years, no battery installed. I just got it out and the plastic case has become very sticky. It worked well when I last used it but I have no idea what would cause the stickiness. as far as I am concerned it is now unusable.
Best 1 I own