Professionals or DIY enthusiasts that need to make sure they have level fixings, or guidelines when carrying out construction work, may be interested in a new headset which provides a dimmable controlled laser level. The system continually projects a laser level both vertically and horizontally allowing you to quickly take measurements and mark out fixings.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Eze Laser Level which has this week launched via Kickstarter and is now available to back with early bird pledges available from just £26 and worldwide delivery expected to take place during February 2019. Its designer and creator Kieran Solway explains more about the system.
“Hello everyone, this is a really exciting project for me to bring to market as we have worked on it for so long, we know how much time this is going to save tradesmen and the diy community. My Father and I have been inventing things for many years, and getting them to market is always a challenge. We have been working on the Eze Level for nearly 2 years now and we now have a working prototype. We have been tradesmen for a good few years, and we know that anything that speeds you up, makes you money.
The one thing I was always looking for at work was the spirit level, which I could never find and some jobs required 4 hands when trying to get something level and screw it in all at the same time. With the Eze Level it sits on your head and is ready when you need it. The Eze Lever works on a gimbal motor with a gyroscope / accelerometer so the laser is always perfectly level, no matter what angle your head is.
The Eze Level is suitable for just about every tradesman/woman and DIY enthusiast. The laser is super bright, so even on the brightest days it can always be seen. We have a company ready to manufacture the Eze Level but we just need your help to get it there. Grab yours now and be the first with an Eze Level.”
For more information and a full list of all available pledge options jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: DIY Projects, Top News