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Huepar 3D Cross Line Self-leveling Laser Level 3 x 360 Green Beam Three-Plane Leveling and Alignment Laser Tool, Li-ion Battery with Type-C…

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Huepar 3D Cross Line Self-leveling Laser Level 3 x 360 Green Beam Three-Plane Leveling and Alignment Laser Tool, Li-ion Battery with Type-C…
Huepar 3D Cross Line Self-leveling Laser Level 3 x 360 Green Beam Three-Plane Leveling and Alignment Laser Tool, Li-ion Battery with Type-C…


Huepar 3D Cross Line Self-leveling Laser Level 3 x 360 Green Beam Three-Plane Leveling and Alignment Laser Software, Li-ion Battery with Sort-C…. From the model Huepar.


  • ⭐【Absolutely Format with 3 x 360° Line Lasers】: One 360° horizontal and two 360° vertical planes allow customers to cowl the ground, wall, ceiling throughout the room. The three laser traces will be chosen individually relies on job website functions. With our sensible pendulum system, this laser stage device self-levels and signifies out-of-level situation whereas pendulum unlocked. As soon as pendulum locked, it switches to guide mode to lock traces to be used at any angle.
  • ⭐【Twin Energy Strategies & Sort-C Charging Port】: Huepar B03CG Laser Level employed a big capability of 3.7V / 5200mAh lithium battery and supplies as much as 8 hours of working time. The lithium battery comes with a Sort-C charging port that may be charged individually. When taking out the battery, the laser device can be utilized on the job website by plugged in. 4 battery indicators on the keypad permit customers to know the present battery quantity and charging safety helps stop from overcharging.
  • ⭐【Brighter Green Laser & Out of doors Pulse Mode】: This cross line laser adopts the intense Osram’s inexperienced laser unit, which is immune to temperature adjustments and has increased stability. On the identical energy, the inexperienced laser is twice vibrant because the purple laser, with a working vary as much as 85 ft (300LUX) of accuracy inside ±1/9 Inch at 33 Ft. The out of doors pulse mode will be activated by urgent the Pulse Mode Button, permitting to increase the laser vary as much as 200 ft with Huepar Line Laser Detector.
  • ⭐【Extra Set up Strategies】: The laser stage comes with 1/4″-20 thread to go well with for traditional tripod or laser mounting pole. Outfitted with a magnetic pivoting base, the laser device will be rotated to the required angle. And the 1/4″-20 & 5/8″-11 mounting threads assist mount it to completely different tripod threads. Two robust magnets permit for attachment to steel monitor and metal. Two nail holes for extra fixing strategies when working. The laser home windows will be eliminated and changed with a screwdriver.
  • ⭐【Sturdy Design & Bundle Contents】: The laser device is totally lined by TPR tender rubber, which delivers tender contact and stronger safety. IP54 water/mud resistance ensures you’re employed nicely in hazardous working circumstances. The equipment comes with a tough carry case bringing rather more handy to hold and retailer the laser device. Bundle contains Laser stage, Li-ion battery with type-c charging port, Magnetic bracket, Sort-C energy wire, Energy adapter, Goal plate, Person guide.
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    Specification: Huepar 3D Cross Line Self-leveling Laser Level 3 x 360 Green Beam Three-Plane Leveling and Alignment Laser Tool, Li-ion Battery with Type-C…



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    ‎3.74 pounds

    Package Dimensions

    ‎11.18 x 8.35 x 4.69 inches

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    ‎1 Lithium ion batteries required.






    ‎Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

    Power Source

    ‎Battery Powered

    Batteries Included


    Batteries Required


    Battery Cell Type

    ‎Lithium Ion

    Reviews (5)

    5 reviews for Huepar 3D Cross Line Self-leveling Laser Level 3 x 360 Green Beam Three-Plane Leveling and Alignment Laser Tool, Li-ion Battery with Type-C…

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      I’ve used various laser levels throughout the years. I came across Huepar randomly on Amazon when looking for a cheaper alternative to some of the other green laser levels on the market. I have now had their 902 model laser for about 4 years now and use it daily for work. It stays on for hours during the day and with lithium batteries it would stay working for about 2+ weeks before needing new batteries. When I saw this rechargeable version, I was excited to try it. It has been working excellent so far and after a busy week working, it has barely dropped down on bar on the battery counter. I’ve since also put my old laser next to it to see if it was still accurate and it was! My old laser has been kicked around and knocked around during its use throughout the years and still functions like new! You can’t beat the value and function of these laser levels!

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    2. Derek B.

      Recently purchased this for a myriad of projects around the house like decking, tile, framing, flooring, etc. I haven’t put it through much yet, but my initial uses and first impression is that it’s a great laser level. Seems rugged. Works well as expected. Calibration is good. Bright green laser is noticeable in most lighting conditions. Bright sun makes it hard to see, but that kills most lasers. I like the green color. Easier to see than red. Laser level comes in a good case and includes a type-C charging cable + USB plug as described. It also came with a magnetic mount and a little plastic targeting card. I think a tripod would be a great addition if you don’t have one laying around the house. Huepar has other mounts available too. Not sure if I’ll get those or just make it work as is. Some shop clamps and creativity could replace most proprietary clamps to save money.
      I decided to get the 3 laser version because I like that it can be used as a plumb bob with intersecting lasers above and below. Otherwise I probably would have saved money and gone for the 2 laser version. Now that I have this one though I’m happy I got the one I did. No noticeable downfalls or cheap components. Will update review if things change for the worse.

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    3. Mr. Simple Clarity

      I am a self-employed installer of AV and network equipment. I always thought it would be useful to someday get a laser level for laying out in-ceiling speakers, wifi access points, etc. Using this to line up wall plates and level TVs is probably overkill, but it could be useful there, too. The beam layout of this device works best for me, because my primary usage is for lines on the ceiling, not for levels and squaring around the walls or for tile floors (though it works there, too).

      After researching Hilti, Bosch, Dewalt, Klein, etc, I simply could not justify the green laser costs of $400 to well over $1000. Functionally, I’m getting what I need here with this Huepar B03CG: 3 planes of green lasers that can be turned on individually or in any combination and a solid attractive build quality to impress my customers. I couldn’t justify the price for remote control or some of the other features, for my specific needs.

      After settling on Huepar, determining the best model was tricky. This model seems to be the newest and best of this style, without going to the rotary models. It has a 6 hour battery, USB-C port (which I can run with my external battery pack), and a hard case. DT03G, GF360G, 603CG, 903CG, and 503CG either had shorter battery life, lack of the useful USB-C port, or no hard case. A few features I passed up on were the “slope functions” on the DT03CG, bluetooth on the 603CG-BT, and ability to power with AA batteries (USB-C seems a better trade off). I preferred the higher visibility green lines over the longer battery life of the red lines. 503DG was a close second place, but the laser is in a different spot.

      Hope this helps someone else…

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    4. A. Kelley

      I bought this laser based on the reviews from everyone else so thank you for taking the time to review. I receieved the unit today. It came with a fully charged battery and like any excited child, I opened it up and had to play with it. Works great and was very easy to use. Took me about 1 minute to figure out. The only thing I had to read the manuel for was to find the auto level lock and unlock button which is in the front. I should have known but im a newbie.

      Visibility was great on this device and if there is only one thing that I have to complain about its that there is small gaps in the laser (very small) because of the bracket that sticks out of the cube on all four corners but I imagine that is pretty standard.

      Hope this review helps someone save a bunch of money and buy this unit because its professional quality.

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      I’m writing this review while still contemplating returning the device. This is a fun toy, but I’m still not sure it’s worth keeping. It was selected based on the brighter green laser and the hope that it would be visible outdoors without a receiver. That’s not the case at all. The line disappears within two feet in bright sunlight. If you could do all of your layouts around dusk or at night it could work that way. As it is, the green laser is no advantage over a red laser because they both disappear in daylight. The laser is plenty powerful at night or indoors. The only shortcoming is that at distances greater than about 25 feet, the laser line experiences some significant divergence. The line is almost 1/8 inch at 25 feet and gets close to 1/4 inch farther out. I suppose that’s okay if you’re laying out landscaping and maybe even some hardscape, but it might be pushing it if you’re relying on the laser for indoor precision work or trying to determine drainage in a very flat area. I have a green laser pointer that runs on two AAA batteries that I can see in daylight conditions, so the laser level’s color could be seen in daylight if there were enough photon concentration. The laser pointer also has lower divergence at long distances. Maybe laser levels could be improved if they used something like a rotating polygon mirror scanner instead of the static conical mirror that they use. Although, that would make them MUCH more expensive devices. I’m still debating the merits of the green laser version of this device. If I need a receiver and a grade rod anyway, the red laser would do the same job for significantly less money.

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