Improve productivity and consistency on the job site with the DEWALT DW089K self-leveling three-beam line laser. Ideal for professionals tasked with residential and commercial applications such as installing cabinets, drop ceilings, chair rails or doors and windows, the DW089K can also be used when installing floor and wall tile or mapping wall layout.
Unlike many line lasers on the market, the DW089K features a second plumb line that forms a 90-degree intersecting line on the floor and ceiling. This third vertical beam allows contractors to use the tool for layout applications without the need for a second laser, saving time and allowing users to be as productive as possible.
For commercial wall layout applications, the DW089K has a track clearance of over 1-3/4-Inch, which means there is no need for additional accessories to raise the laser over drywall track. It's accurate within 1/8 of an inch at 30 feet.
This line laser also has a micro adjust knob for easy alignment, a metal roll cage for durability, and an integrated pivot bracket and universal wall mount that is ideal for acoustical ceiling installation. The micro adjust knob is especially important in that it allows users to steadily adjust the 90-degree layout lines in small increments without the need to nudge the laser to hit a specific mark.
For improved visibility, the beam on the DW089K is two-times brighter than the beam on DEWALT's current line laser. It includes individual buttons on the side control panel that operate all three beams, and it comes with a hard-sided kit box for storage and transport.
This DEWALT tool is backed by three-year limited warranty covering any defects due to faulty materials or workmanship (from the date of purchase). It's also covered by DEWALT's one-year free service contract, where DEWALT will maintain the tool and replace worn parts caused by normal use--for free.
DEWALT DW089K self-leveling three-beam line laser; ceiling mount; kit box; operating instructions
Micro adjust knob for precise alignment of 90-degree intersecting lines over greater distances (view larger).