Bosch says its new green-beam rotary laser is 4X brighter than traditional red beams

By Jenny LescohierJanuary 26, 2022

Bosch’s new green-beam laser is said to provide visibility up to four-times brighter than traditional red beams

Bosch Power Tools adds the 18V REVOLVE 4000 Connected Green-Beam Self-Leveling Rotary Laser to its line of grading and leveling solutions, providing users with visibility said to be up to four times brighter than traditional red beams.

The green-beam laser also offers extended leveling range and additional ADS settings, making it suitable for a variety of work sites. 

“Our goal was to design a laser that could adapt to any job site condition, ensuring that professionals working on projects ranging from landscaping to framing and anything in between can have the leveling flexibility they need all in one product,” said Brooke Corbin, product manager for Bosch Power Tools.

“This new green-beam laser is setting a high bar for other tools in this sector with its 4,000-ft measurement range, dual axis dial-in slope and its easy user calibration (uCAL) capabilities, allowing for advanced real-time precision adjustments while on the job.”

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