"It's light, robust and machined to perfection. It's so good I nearly bought 2. If my 3ft gives up I'll replace it with 1 from this range. Great value and looks the part for clean and tidy building work. Bricklayer wouldn't like this as it has small machining marks which would pick up cement/concrete making it tricky to keep clean."
"I bought this to replace my cheapo banana. The first thing you notice is the weight, this is a good solid level. It's not a simple box section, it's pressed into a slight I beam and is rock solid. Tested it and accuracy is spot on. This is a really great DIY level that you would only buy once, I can see how it would stand up well to professional use."
"I am more particular about spirit levels than any other tool. I used to be narrow minded and only ever consider Stabila but have/do own/owned Bahco, BMI, Stabila and Stanley. The Stanley FatMax Extreme range of levels is as good if not better than any other level I have/had in terms of both reliability, usability and definately robustness. The vials, handles and coating are much better than the regular 'Stanley Fatmax' range. Is has a thick, sturdy box section, big, clear no-nonsense vials, comfortable, durable well positioned grips, beautiful machined edges and always fulfills its guarantee for accuracy. I use my 1800mm for fence posts, hard landscaping, as a straight edge etc and whenever else I can. It is honestly a joy to use. I own its more expensive Stabila rival the '96-2' in 1200mm and if I had to again I'd buy the equivalent Stanley for less money. Top Tip: Don't whack your level about, it isn't a baseball bat. Good tools taken care of will pay for themselves."
"Used this level for 2weeks then last week it fell from a hight of one and a half meters and is now scrap! The level is made from aluminium and is very very weak! Buy a steel level if your in the trade this level is useless! TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY!"