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Kaiweets Laser Level KT360A Review

Laser levels aren’t a new invention, but for most DIYers, they’ve often been an elusive (and expensive) tool. Thankfully, as the technology gets easier to make, and units get smaller and easier to produce, that price is coming down, and these essential devices are getting more and more accessible to everyone. 

But, with that comes a problem – a huge influx of new brands and products, all looking for a bite of the profits. So, we thought we’d take some time to look at one of the best on the market, and see exactly what sets it apart from the rest; welcome, the Kaiweets Laser Level!


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Kaiweets Laser Level Review

Kaiweets Laser Level KT360A Review

What to Look for in a Good Laser Level

So, before we dig into the Kaiweets laser level in more detail, it’s probably important to acknowledge what makes a good laser level in the first place. Simply put, a good laser level is one that stays accurate, and retains its charge. Everything else beyond that is a bonus. 

Single-line vs 360 laser levels

There are some truly incredible single-line laser levels out there, which will work just fine for most jobs, but for absolute accuracy, 360 laser levels, with three lines (north-vertical, south-vertical, and horizontal) are the top of the range.


Ideally, you want a laser level with 6 degrees of accuracy or less. More than that and your project can be completely off. The larger the project, the more important that accuracy is, so start looking for brands with about 4 degrees of self-levelling accuracy (currently there aren’t any we know of that are accurate to 3 or less).


Distance is a key factor too. But again, for smaller projects, you can get away with laser levels with a laser range of about 20 m, which will be more than bright enough in daylight for home renovations.

However, if you’re trying to set up accurate raised beds, or level out patios, the brighter the laser range, the better.

Is Kaiweets a good brand?

KAIWEETS KT360A 3 x 360 Line Self Leveling Laser with Rechargeable Battery

Kaiweets are a brand built on necessity. The group that founded this laser-tool brand is a dedicated and passionate team of DIY enthusiasts, who saw a gap in the market for well-built, reliable, and accurate laser tools for both DIY and commercial users.

The results include a wide range of laser levelling kits, from pocket-sized automatic lasers to tripod-mounted 360 lasers. By understanding the limitations and potential uses of lasers in construction, they’ve pioneered everything from laser levelling to laser measuring, which not only saves space but saves time and reduces human error in a big way.

What’s different about the Kaiweet Laser Level?

Kaiweets Laser Levels are, without a doubt, one of the best brands you can buy, but there’s one that stands out above all else; Kaiweets KT360A, with 3-line 360 Self-Levelling lasers, boasting 4 degrees of accuracy over 60 metres of visibility.

There are very few laser levels that can boast that sort of accuracy, and fewer still that do it while also coming packaged in a tidy, durable, and weather-distant casing.

Ease of use

This compact laser level is easy to use, and intuitive for newcomers, and has a battery life that runs for 20 hours of continuous use (even for a professional contractor, that’ll normally last for about 2 weeks’ worth of active use).

Also, it’s avoided the most common mistake that most laser level manufacturers make in working from a green laser. Green lasers are significantly more visible in daylight, and with the pulse to automatically alert you to badly aligned, poorly levelled lines, you can’t really get it wrong.


As well as offering projected laser levels, which make it incredibly simple to map out your walls, and horizontal lines, it can also be used as a plumb line. 

Traditionally, plumb lines required a pin in the wall with a strung weight, which, while accurate, will always leave you with damage to repair afterwards. With its two vertical measures, it creates perfect plumb lines from ceiling to floor no matter what kind of space you’re working in.

How to Use the Kaiweets Laser Level

How to Use the Kaiweets Laser Level

While the Kaiweets laser level is sold with some charge, it’s important to charge it up fully before first use, so plug the batteries in as soon as it arrives and leave it for a few hours to get right up to full charge. 

For most home-users, that first charge can last for several months and won’t run flat when it’s packed away. Once it’s charged you’re ready to go. 

Follow the guide below for the most basic use case, and adapt it for plumb lines, horizontals, or outdoor work depending on the stands, tripods, etc. that you bought with your new Kaiweets laser level.

  1. Push the battery pack onto the side of the laser-level unit. 
  2. Set it in the centre of the room and turn it on (if you’ve got a tripod, attach the mount to the base of the unit first, then secure it, either to the wall or on a reasonably level floor).
  3. Use the buttons to switch between vertical lasers, horizontal levels, or all three lines.
  4. The Kaiweets laser level will automatically begin flashing until it defines the level.
  5. Once level, it will stop flashing and produce a constant line.
  6. If you want to create right angles around your space that aren’t level, set the unit to manual mode to allow constant lines to map out a well-balanced but asymmetrical space.

Kaiweets Laser Level Accessories 

There are four accessories to consider with any Kaiweets Laser Level, but which are particularly useful with the KT360A model. Only one of them is included as standard, and for me, it’s probably the most useful for any DIY user, but for outdoor work, it’s definitely worth considering the larger tripod.

Kaiweets KT360A, with 3-line 360 Self-Levelling lasers

Kaiweets 360 Rotating Magnetic Bracket

The rotating magnetic bracket from Kaiweets comes in the box with your Kaiweets Laser Levels. Its strong magnet provides stability and is easily adjusted, to provide a great starting point for indoor work, or outdoor work if you’re lucky enough to have metal fence-posts or magnetic surfaces outside.

Kaiweets Laser Detector

For professional users, the laser detector will make your life a whole lot simpler too. For good measure, we had a quick look at each, and how and why they help to improve the product experience of your Kaiweets Laser Level.

Kaiweets Micro-adjust 360-degree Rotating Laser Level Tripod

The micro-adjust tripod is great for minor adjustments, where your floor is maybe 4-10 degrees off level, but for really uneven surfaces you’ll need something a bit more adaptable, like the full-sized tripod below.

However, where the micro-adjust tripod comes in really handy is on gravel, carpets, and slightly uneven surfaces, where having those three points of contact will make it far quicker to get an accurate read.

Kaiweets Professional Laser Level Elevating Tripod

The elevating tripod from Kaiweets, if you don’t already have a tripod, is well worth considering. As well as offering adaptable leg lengths for very uneven ground, it also comes with an impressive 12.18 ft telescopic rod, to mount your laser level right up where you need it.

You can mount the Kaiweets laser lever at the top of the rod, or side mounted for greater stability, but both are secure and mean you can quickly move the level around construction sites without the need to deconstruct and adjust fixtures every time.

Kaiweets Laser Level Frequently Asked Questions

What is better; green or red laser levels?

Green lasers are brighter, travel further, and are more visible (especially in daylight) than red laser levels. Red laser levels are cheaper to produce and tend to be used in more budget brands.

What are the negatives of three-line lasers?

The only real negative of a three-line laser is that it uses more power than basic single-line or two-line lasers. However, for the amount of time they are actively in use, the difference is minimal, and we’d always advise going for the more adaptable three-line lasers where possible.

What are the dangers of using a laser level?

Like all tools, laser levels have their dangers. The most important of these to consider is eye damage. Even brief retinal exposure to lasers can damage your vision, so always wear protective goggles while using laser levels, and take care to alert others on site when they are in use.

Wrapping Up Our Kaiweets KT360A Laser Level Review 

There really are a vast amount of laser levels on the market now, and you can pick up a few for about half the price of the Kaiweets laser level, but I wouldn’t advise it. Remember, there are more expensive brands out there that offer less, and cheaper brands that offer less still.

Use code Nathan15 to receive 15% off when puchasing this Kaiweets laser level.

For more on laser levels, don't miss our comprehensive guide:

Kaiweets laser levels offer great value, with affordable tools that are just out of that budget price-tag, but seriously worth investing in for the long-term gain you’ll get from more accurate projects as well as the time saved while doing them!

Last Updated on January 11, 2024

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Nathan Schwartz

Hey, I'm Nathan Schwartz, team member at Aussie Green Thumb since 2020. I have a passion for edible plants and Australian native plants, both in the garden and in the Aussie bush.

As an avid traveller and camper, I love seeing the different landscapes and flora that Australia has to offer, and try to incorporate this into my own daily living.

Whether I am living on the road, in an apartment or have a big backyard working with practical and usable gardens in small spaces is my specialty.

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