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700 EcoTech Series Wood Level

Note from Johnson Level: The 700 Series EcoTech® Series Wood Levels are great looking levels and ultra-precise.  As an added bonus, these levels are more environmentally conscious because they are made from wood, instead of plastic or aluminum.  Click here to view the review done by T...

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1501-4800 Magnetic BIG J Heavy Duty Aluminum Level

Note from Johnson Level: The 1501-4800 contains many features that make this level JOB SITE TOUGH.  One of these features is the Quik-Change replaceable cover plates and vials for service in the field.  Oversized vials make the process of leveling even easier.  The machined working ...

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1501-4800 Magnetic BIG J Aluminum Level

Note from Johnson Level:The following review on the 1501-4800 Magnetic BIG J Aluminum Level described the quality that Johnson Level builds into every one of our tools.  The different features that allows our tools to be user-friendly and more simple to use are also described in detail.  T...

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    40-6028/40-6048 Digital Level

    Note from Johnson Level: The 40-6028 and 40-6048 Digital Levels have been becoming increasingly popular, and it's no wonder with all the features these levels can offer.  Glo-View technology is included with these levels, so the vials are easy to read in low light conditions and inclination ca...

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    40-6048 Digital Level

    Note from Johnson Level: The 40-6048 Digital Level has been increasingly popular due to its accuaracy and ease of use. This level is great for determining level and slope positions and can be used in a variety of jobs. The following review by Todd Fratzel at ToolBoxBuzz.com explains some of the adv...

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    Two New Billet Magnetic Torpedo Levels From Johnson

    Johnson has come out with a couple of new torpedo levels designed to meet the specific needs of tradesmen. These 6-inch and 9-inch levels are not your typical plastic torpedo levels but instead are machined out of solid aluminum and offer other professional features. They might be called levels, bu...

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    Johnson 6" Magnetic Billet Torpedo Level

    The Johnson 6" Magnetic Billet Torpedo Level (Model: 1411-0600) shows what you get when high-end billet aluminum is precision machined into a shape that accommodates the most needed features. You get a great balance of durability, long-term accuracy and an ease of use that we all need from our tools...

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    5500M-GLO 9" Magnetic Glo-View® Heavy Duty Aluminum Torpedo Level

    Note from Johnson Level: The patented Glo-View technology included in this level enhances the readability of this level in poorly lit areas.  The three vials in this level read plumb, level, and 45 degrees.  A top read window makes it even easier to read your level.  This torpedo leve...

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    007 Magnetic Glo-View Torpedo Level

    Note from Johnson Level:The 007 Magnetic Glo-View Torpedo Level is a very useful tool to have in any toolbox and the many features this product has makes it an ideal torpedo level for just about any job.  The Glo-View vials enhance the readability when working in poorly lit areas and the magnet...

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    1404-1000 Magnetic Torpedo Welder's Level

    Note from Johnson Level:In late 2010, Johnson Level launched a torpedo level designed to meet the demands of professionals working with extreme heat.  This level will not melt due to it's solid cast aluminum body and vials that will not crack, leak or fade.  In this review Doug Mahoney of ...

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    1404-1000 Magnetic Torpedo Level

    Note from Johnson Level: In late 2010 Johnson Level launched an ultra-tough Welder's Level that was made especially for professionals working in extremely hot environments.  The fear of this level melting is elimiated due to the solid cast aluminum frame and durable vials that will not crack, ...

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    1404-1000 Magnetic Torpedo Level

    Note from Johnson Level:In late 2010, Johnson Level launched a torpedo level designed to meet the demands of professionals working with extreme heat.  This level will not melt due to it's solid cast aluminum body and vials that will not crack, leak or fade.  In this review, Tom Hintz or Ne...

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    Johnson Magnetic Aluminum Box Level Quick Review

    Johnson Level Review Mike is one of the carpenters that works for Steve Wartman at Wartman Home Improvements. As I shadowed Steve’s crew during the shed build, I noticed that Mike always kept a tape measure, pencil, utility knife and level close at hand. He’s used an Empire level for se...

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    Johnson Magnetic Aluminum Box Level Quick Review

    Johnson Level Review Mike is one of the carpenters that works for Steve Wartman at Wartman Home Improvements. As I shadowed Steve’s crew during the shed build, I noticed that Mike always kept a tape measure, pencil, utility knife and level close at hand. He’s used an Empire level for se...

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    1707-4800 Glo-View Heavy Duty Aluminum Box Level

    Note from Johnson Level:  In this detailed review by Harold Therault, he explains many features of this level that Johnson has worked hard on providing to the user.  The Glo-View technology we have added to this level is useful when the lighting is dim and a little added light is needed....

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    1708-4800 Magnetic Glo-View Box Level

    Note from Johnson Level: With our patented Glo-View vial system, readability in low light is enhanced without using a flashlight or having a battery powered light in the level.  The hand grips are large and comfortable and made to withstand the toughest of conditions.  The rare earth magn...

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    1707-4800 Glo-View Heavy Duty Aluminum Box Level

    Note from Johnson Level: In the following review, Chris from Tool Rank points out how useful Johnson's rounded vials are because they allow for 320 degree readability without blind spots.  The Glo-View technology is also explained as an added bonus to an exceptional level.  The Glo-View t...

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    1707-4800 Glo-View Heavy Duty Aluminum Box Level

    This review compares the Johnson 1707-4800 to a comparable Stabila level the reviewers have been using when they are in need of a level.  One concern the reviewers had with this level was that the end caps were not removable.  Removable end caps is all about preference, but Johnson has mad...

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    1707-4800 Glo-View Heavy Duty Aluminum Box Level

    Note from Johnson Level: This review takes a closer look at Johnson's 1707-4800 Glo-View Heavy Duty Aluminum Box Level and the features that make this level stand out.  The easy to see vials and glow-in-the-dark vial surrounds made this level a winner for the protoolreviews.com team.  The...

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    Johnson 3800 Series I-Beam Level Review

    Ever tried to get something level without a level or laser? How about using a box level only to find out when you’re done, the level was broken. The vial came unglued enough not to notice on the level, but enough to notice on your finished work. Well let me introduce you to the Johnson I-Bea...

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