Bosch GTL3 Tile Laser - Video Demo and Feature List
Posted by Mark Hunter - December 09, 2009
Bosch really know how to produce tools that make the most annoying and fiddly jobs that little bit easier, thus allowing you to work faster and more efficiently.
Product Manager of Measuring Tools @ Bosch, Dip Powell, takes us through the first in a series of videos produced by Toolstop TV where he demos the latest Bosch professional measuring tools.
In this video he demonstrates the Bosch GTL3 tile laser
Some product info from Toolstop;
* With its 45 degree line, laying tiles has never been this fast or easy
* Simple to use with its one button and LED battery indicator
* Projects three laser lines for easy parallel and diagonal laying
* Range of 20 meters with target plate - line accuracy of 0.2 millimeters per metre
* Lightweight and compact design, and single-button operation
The Tile Laser Level GTL 3 Professional is an ideal tool for laying floor and wall tiles. It is the only tile laser level on the market to project a third line in the 45° direction in addition to the two standard right-angled laser light beams. This makes not only parallel laying but also diagonal laying of the tiles very easy and quick. The GTL 3 Professional is also very useful when wallpapering, boarding, and when laying stones or cables.
The laser light lines of the new tile laser level are clearly visible thanks to the strongly focusing optical components. The range when used with the target plate is 20 meters. The line accuracy of 0.2 millimeters per meter is the best in this tool class.
More convenient working is ensured by the lightweight and compact design, and the single-button operation. Two magnetic feet make it easier to fit the tool on a wall or floor using the metal plate that is supplied as standard. The tool is robust and also dust and splash-protected to IP 54. It remains fully functional after being dropped from a height of one meter.
* Red target plate
* Metal plate for use with the magnetic base
* Protective carry case
* 4 batteries
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