Best Laser Level

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A level is used to keep walls, tile, and art straight, and while a traditional bubble-style level is useful, a laser level takes a lot of the guesswork out of it. It projects a visible line for you to follow with the best level being adjustable so you can use it on an include. For a good, all-purpose level, look for one that projects both vertical and horizontal lines, in addition to cross lines. It’s also helpful to have some way to measure space between points at the same time and keeping you straight. Here are the best laser levels. 

Best overall laser level

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Qoolteck Multipurpose Laser Level

Measure and level with one tool

This laser level has three modes - horizontal, vertical, and crossline. This helps ensure walls are constructed, ceilings are built and art is hung perfectly straight. This level features a ruler and an 8-foot measuring tape to help you move and measure distances between frames or studs without having to remove the level from against the wall. There are three level bubbles that will ensure you’re level regardless of the angle you need. 

Best self-leveling

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Tacklife SC-L01 50 Feet Laser Level

Unlevel alert

The Tacklife laser level projects lines from 50 feet away. This makes it a good tool for construction and renovation projects because it can be set out of the way while still being useful. It senses when measurements are off and will flash until you have a chance to read adjust it and make lines more level. It includes a magnetic mount that can be placed right against the wall, or on a tripod. 

Best cross-line level

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Tavool Self Leveling Cross Line Leveling Laser

Multi-direction lasers

The Tavool laser level projects crosslines from 50 feet away, which is helpful when working with angles, or on the ceiling. It especially helpful when setting tiles in unique patterns. tI comes with a mounting tool to keep it in place on a wall or on the floor as you work. If you’re working on an incline or uneven surface, this tool has a self-leveling feature. It will blink and indicate when the lines are off and then they are level. 

Best value laser level

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Black + Decker Laser Level

A basic model

This Black + Decker level only has a single laser line, but the base rotates 360 degrees, so it can be used either vertically or horizontally. It includes a wall mount that makes it easier to keep décor straight even on an incline. It also has a backlit bubble for added accuracy, or in case the batteries run out you can still use the level until power is replenished. The Black + Decker laser lever costs more than half of other laser levels. 

Best laser level with tripod

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SKIL Rechargeable Green 100 Feet Laser Level

Hands-free option

The SKIL laser level projects horizontal, vertical, and cross lines from up to 100 feet away. It uses green lasers rather than a red laser, plus it comes with a Lithium-ion battery. This means it can be recharged between uses and you never need to buy more batteries for it. The SKIL level comes with a tripod, so you can set it up and use it hands-free. The level will also pivot 360 degrees. A handy carrying case is also included. 

Walk the straight line 

The best laser level is the Qoolteck multipurpose level. It has three, traditional bubble levels in multiple angles, plus a laser to visually highlight a line to follow. It projects vertical, horizontal, and crosslines. It also has a ruler and a tape measure built-in so you can more accurately space art on a wall, or hand drywall or boards.

The Tacklife level is also a good choice. It will project level lines up to 50 feet away. It also is compatible with tripods, so you can use it without having to physically hold it. It is self-leveling, which means it can sense when you are off, even on an incline, and will alert you before you make a mistake.

Nikki Johnston
Special Projects Writer

Nikki writes for multiple Future Publishing brands covering topics from antivirus to kitchen appliances to SAS. She has over 15 years of research and writing experience, including eight years of testing and reviewing consumer products. Nikki earned bachelor’s degrees in both English and Political Science with a focus on empirical research. In her spare time, Nikki serves as a member of several school councils and volunteers for a local arts board.