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Northwest Instruments NSL500B Siteline Transit Level

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Northwest Instruments NSL500B Siteline Transit Level

Item #: WBB985741

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List Price: $319.00 Save up to 52%
Price: $ 151.95
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Northwest Instruments NSL500B Siteline Transit Level

This inexpensive, accurate and easy-to-use level is designed for the different leveling applications that you will find on todays job site. This instrument can handle various tasks, whether you need to level foundations, patios or decks, run straight lines, plumb walls or turn angles, perform different grading applications, streets, curbs or landscaping, or any other light construction leveling application. Designed to withstand the rigor of everyday field use.

  • Hard Carrying Case
  • Plumb Bob
  • Manual

Product Specifications

    • LEVELING ACCURACY1/4" @ 100'
    • DESCRIPTIONSiteline Transit Level
    • ACCURACY--
    • BRANDNorthwest Instrument

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NSL500B Transit/Level Comments

Your review: I like the basic instrument. Still checking its adjustment, as received. Some corrections may be necessary.

Pros: Well-designed, well-made instrument for my purposes (mapping my property, not professional surveying).

Cons: Owner's manual deficient. Not all controls identified/explained. Horizontal angle measure description seems to fit vertical better. No "horizontal circle positioning knob" found, or its "clamp".

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