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Klein Tools 93LCLS Laser Level, Self Leveling, Cross Line Level with Plumb Spot and Magnetic Mounting Clamp

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Klein Tools 93LCLS Laser Level, Self Leveling, Cross Line Level with Plumb Spot and Magnetic Mounting Clamp
Klein Tools 93LCLS Laser Level, Self Leveling, Cross Line Level with Plumb Spot and Magnetic Mounting Clamp


Klein Tools 93LCLS Laser Level, Self Leveling, Cross Line Level with Plumb Spot and Magnetic Mounting Clamp. From the model Klein Tools.

  • Laser Level with self-leveling, easy-to-read horizontal and vertical laser strains with plumb spot lasers to pinpoint overhead places
  • Level tasks horizontal and vertical strains independently or collectively for numerous alignments
  • Rugged physique supplies IP54 water and mud resistance; exhausting plastic carrying case included
  • Built-in magnetic 360-degree mounting bracket with 1/4-Inch and 5/8-Inch tripod mounting threads
  • Further mounting clamp attachment to be used on ceiling grid purposes
  • Sturdy sufficient to resist a 3.3-Foot drop
  • Low battery indicator and simply accessible battery compartment

Additional information

Specification: Klein Tools 93LCLS Laser Level, Self Leveling, Cross Line Level with Plumb Spot and Magnetic Mounting Clamp


‎Klein Tools


‎Laser Level

Item Weight

‎1.5 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎5.28 x 2.57 x 5 inches

Item model number



‎3 AA batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



‎Laser Level with Red Cross-Line and Plumb Spot


‎Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

Part Number


Item Package Quantity


Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Measurement System


Special Features

‎Laser: 630-680nm, ≤ 1mW Each Beam, Class II Laser

Included Components

‎Hard Carrying Case, Instruction Manual, Mounting Clamp, 3 x AA 1.5V Alkaline Batteries

Batteries Included


Batteries Required


Battery Cell Type


Description Pile

‎3 x 1.5V AA, Yes

Warranty Description

‎1 year manufacturer

Reviews (11)

11 reviews for Klein Tools 93LCLS Laser Level, Self Leveling, Cross Line Level with Plumb Spot and Magnetic Mounting Clamp

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  1. Tony Dong

    I bought this to replace dewalt. It’s better price, and same function as dewalt, actually one more vertical measure. It’s great but with 1 downside, magnets too weak. It will slide down even it’s attached to metal studs. If it has stronger magnets, it ll be better than any other brand out there.

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  2. Lorin Hardy

    Everything about this tool seems great. It’s sturdy. Feels heavy duty. Has great range. My one complaint is that the clip that holds the battery is made of plastic, and is extremely tight. You have to give it some force to open it. Enough to where it feels like it’s going to break. Granted, you don’t open the batteries often, but I expect this clip to be the first thing that fails. I think the part of the plastic that “snaps” into place should either be metal, or lined with metal.

    I noticed a hairline fracture in the battery clip on the one I received and decided to return it for a replacement. If I get another one with a fracture, I’ll lower the 5-star rating.

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  3. JR MTZ

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     I had a DeWalt laser similar to this I am a acoustical ceiling installer. So I require the clamp that comes with it that you attach to it in the back to clip onto the angle on the wall. The laser good, built right. The issue I have with it is something that could be fixed very simply, the magnets on the back of the laser are very weak , for my line of work the laser needs to be set flush level with the angle that the laser is attached to. The magnets are so weak for the weight of the laser that when I push it to the top of the level mark on the clamp the laser seems to drop an eighth of an inch , for me that is not good because the laser is not level with the ceiling so it can mess up measurements throughout the building. A simple fix to this would be either adding 2 stronger magnets. or the clamp attachment with the middle part should be higher at least another inch because when you put the laser all the way to the top, half of the magnet is exposed on the back so it’s not gripping the metal 100%. I’m going to use it a few more days but it’s really causing trouble in that area as a ceiling installer. Might going to have to change it out and get the DeWalt again 😐 you would imagine a high-end brand Klein tools , would use high end materials and parts before releasing this out for sale. I’m sure they’ve been around longer order same as DeWalt I don’t understand how that could happen.

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  4. YeahSoMaybe?

    I had to replace our bathroom vanity and bought this Klein Laser Level after watching a YouTube video demoing laser levels for carpentry uses. I put it on a small tripod that came with a Konus spotting scope I have. I turn the device on 3 Axis and: low and behold, I can * immediately * tell the leveling / alignment of the new Ikea vanity I was roughing in. For the heck of it I compared against the readouts from 2 yellow conventional levels I own and it’s right on.

    PLUS: The beams are very bright. Indoors it produces bold unmistakeably clear lines. I’m impressed considering it’s price being at the still affordable / DIY user level (which is me). (Some of those Bosch laser levels range from around $300 – $800, that is Pro stuff it would be silly for me to buy.) I used this for an Ikea vanity install in a very brightly (fluorescent) lit bathroom. The lines are unambiguously visible, bold and clear. I also took this device outside on a beastly hot, bright, 98 degree August day and yeah, it’s a lot harder to see the lines in blasting outdoor light but, for the price, I can’t complain. It feels very solid, well built, not cheap. I will never be a carpentry “pro” but , for my purposes, this device will help me out on my various self-starter home fixit projects. Runs on 2 AA alkaline batteries which come shipped with the unit.

    I can recommend this for DIY users. It’s perfectly fine for it’s price point. If you do a LOT of outdoor construction, a suggestion: You could order this unit from Amazon and test it on a sunny day and see if it will function (produce visible lines) outdoors at a visibility level you are comfortable with. If you don’t like it, send it back, eh? YMMV.

    I’m going to use this Klein laser level device this weekend when I build a new plastic shed from a kit. I plan to build a level non-permanent foundation first.

    P.S. Comes with a super durable, moulded black plastic hinged carrying / storage case with 2 large snap-clasps on it. Very heavy duty protection.

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  5. ProfesrChaosINC

    Great little lazer. Only negative is that you need a tripod to use the plumb Bob feature. The Bosch one with the plumb Bob comes with a mini tri pod that brings the lazer about 4″ off the ground so you can see the other spot. The Klein one is only about 3/4″ off the ground. But the Klein come comes with a hard plastic case where the Bosch is just a soft case. I kept the Klein one because of the hard case, better protection in the cross box of my truck

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  6. Amazon Customer

    To be honest I like the brand name but 2 weeks and used twice and doesn’t work at all. Nee batteries and all stored in safe dry place like all my other lazer so had. Just very disappointed that I lost 200$. But the brand name is good. Maybe I just got stuck with a lemons. Lesson learned I guess

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  7. Martin Lavoie

    Nice level just wish they had some way of having a little dial to be able to have accurate later pointing. Very hard to get a pin point when later far

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  8. Joshua Sabean

    It looks and feels like a good quality product the only concern I have is with the battery compartment. It feels like you have to put a lot of strain on that part when swapping batteries and if anything on this tool is going to break I have a feeling it’s going to be that.

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  9. nomad123

    Laser works well. The biggest issue I have, and it is not the lasers fault, is bucking in the laser to a predefined reference line I have.
    I am deducting one star because it was almost impossible to open and close the battery cover. I thought I was going to break it off before it finally opened. Closing it also quite diffcult and required a lot of pressure.

    Update: After about 2 years the laser suddenly stopped working. As others have mentioned, pressing on the battery cover will get it turn on. The problem is with how the battery cover connects to the case. If you look carefully just above the middle battery there is a small tab of metal that the battery contact in the lid are supposed to connect to. The tab is held down with some glue and the glue has “creeped” enough to break contact. In my case I wedged a small piece of aluminum foil into the small metal contact. When the door is closed the battery will connect again and the laser works.

    Klein really needs to fix this. There should be a full tab there and not a just an edge. Also the glue should be creep over time.

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  10. Jarrett S.

    For the price this laser costs its unbeatable. Unfortunately there are two major design flaws. Neither are deal breakers but the battery door clip is stronger than a professional body builder. It takes a lot of pressure to pop it open. It’s also cracked on me already so we’ll see how long the clip lasts. The laser doesn’t auto turn off after a period of time so watch out on your battery usage. The magnets on the back are also glued on with what appears to be cheap Elmer’s glue. Had it pop off on a door frame and only fall a foot or so. Would have been bad news if I was using it on steel trusses 20+ ft high. Easy to fix with a little epoxy but it’s something you’d hope Klien would handle.

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  11. Daniel

    I bought this laser just over three months ago and suddenly it stopped working. I have replaced the batteries with new ones and still doesn’t work. Am a fan of Klein tools and none have given up on me except for this laser, maybe Amazon sold me a faulty laser, am really disappointed.

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