Typically, you can use a laser level without a tripod, but they come in handy! A tripod consists of a three-legged stand that provides a foundation for laser levels and other leveling tools. The legs typically include points on the end that can push into the ground to keep it firmly in place. These options work well outdoors. However, the points may scratch flooring indoors so certain tripods may offer attachments to prevent this.
For uneven terrain, choose a tripod with adjustable legs. On smooth, flat surfaces, use a triangular frame to secure the legs.
The most common materials for tripods include:
You can find a wide variety of Bosch tripod options, including their 98-inch aluminum elevator tripod which features a lightweight and durable aluminum design. It includes hinges, clamps, and shoe casting. It allows for precise graduations to facilitate precise changes in elevation.
This 61-inch compact tripod features adjustable legs that allow the user to work at precise heights from 22- to 61-inches. The compact size and lightweight design make this tripod easy to store and transport. It works with Bosch line lasers, point lasers, and laser measures.
Cordless blowers offer an easy and convenient alternative to raking leaves by hand. They get their power from rechargeable batteries. When choosing a cordless blower, check the weight of the blower with the batteries included to determine if you can manage the weight.
Bosch’s cordless blower features a variety of benefits, such as:
Bosch specialty tools include a hammer cart for their Brute demolition hammer. This hammer cart features 8-inch foam tires with a puncture-free design. These tires absorb shock over rugged terrain. These semi-pneumatic, ball-bearing wheels allow for easy rolling over rough jobsites.
Their other specialty tools include: