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    guys, i bought 1 of these tonight at sears and itsss awesome, i love it

    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00948293000P

    been too cheap to buy a smart level for 100+ bucks and seen a commericial with these craftsman levels with digital angle meters in them. it works great, no matter how you lay it on something, the digital part auto flips the read out so your not reading something upside down. pretty neat tool for not alot of $$$. i've been using my old school tubing angle meter and this kills it
    you can lay it on keel, hit the zero button, hit the alarm and from then on, when the level is at the zero keel, it beeps. thought some of you may be interested in 1

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    Tommy I like the "smorgesborg" compare ,compare, measure ,measure

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    Tommy I like the "smorgesborg" compare ,compare, measure ,measure
    no you didn't just break out a protractor lmao

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    Digi is for those who cannot read! lol Hope Tom's has a magnetic base!
    "Pitch per inch, foot,and even "Rise-n-run" on the back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    guys, i bought 1 of these tonight at sears and itsss awesome, i love it

    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00948293000P

    been too cheap to buy a smart level for 100+ bucks and seen a commericial with these craftsman levels with digital angle meters in them. it works great, no matter how you lay it on something, the digital part auto flips the read out so your not reading something upside down. pretty neat tool for not alot of $$$. i've been using my old school tubing angle meter and this kills it
    you can lay it on keel, hit the zero button, hit the alarm and from then on, when the level is at the zero keel, it beeps. thought some of you may be interested in 1
    Not a bad deal for $70.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toddnjuzz View Post
    Digi is for those who cannot read! lol Hope Tom's has a magnetic base!
    "Pitch per inch, foot,and even "Rise-n-run" on the back!
    digi is for guys layin on their backs under wet ass boats at the ramp i get enough of dial indicators etc at work during the day, playtime should always be easy

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    I got the craftsman ten inch model and love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sanger rat View Post
    I got the craftsman ten inch model and love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    digi is for guys layin on their backs under wet ass boats at the ramp i get enough of dial indicators etc at work during the day, playtime should always be easy
    Im gonna give you a little advice here Impatient, Grab a twelver.....Playtime gets more easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddnjuzz View Post
    Im gonna give you a little advice here Impatient, Grab a twelver.....Playtime gets more easy
    good advise

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanger rat View Post
    I got the craftsman ten inch model and love it.
    got the same 1, didn't realize i had posted to the 2ft 1, its a bit too long for rideplates, shoe angle, etc.. think it cost me bout 56 out the door, and i would happliy buy another if i broke this 1. my old gauge was off .5degrees

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    i got one last year on sale for $20 and love it, dont know what i would do without it.
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    I got the $25 one and love it works great

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