Ryobi Airgrip Procross Laser Level

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Product Details

Ryobi introduces the Ryobi AirGrip ProCross Laser Level. This tool features horizontal, vertical and crosshair laser functions and 360-degree laser rotation for easy use. To learn more about Ryobi tools go to Ryobitools.com and check out Ryobi Nation. See below for more information on this tool.

Specifications

  • Accessories Included : Yes
  • Accurate within (in. per 100 ft.) : .0625
  • Assembled Depth (in.) : 4.375 in
  • Assembled Height (in.) : 8.75 in
  • Assembled Width (in.) : 10.75 in
  • Batteries Included : Yes
  • Battery Type Required : AA-Alkaline
  • Color Family : Blues
  • Color Family : Blue
  • Depth (in) : 4.375 in
  • Hand Tool Type : Laser Level
  • Height (in) : 8.75 in
  • Includes wireless remote control : No
  • Indoor/Outdoor : Indoor/Outdoor
  • Item Package Type : Cardboard Container
  • Item Weight : 1.13 lb
  • LED Display : Yes
  • Manufacturer Warranty : 2 Year Limited Lifetime
  • Number of Batteries Required : 4
  • Number of beams : 3
  • Product Depth (in.) : 4.375 in
  • Product Height (in.) : 8.75 in
  • Product Length (in.) : 4.375 in
  • Product Weight (lb.) : 1.13
  • Product Width (in.) : 10.75 in
  • Returnable : 90-Day
  • Waterproof : No
  • Width (in) : 10.75 in

Reviews (21)

  • RemodelingLady
    1 year, 5 months ago at Home Depot
    Norfolk, VA, USA

    1.0 / 5.0

    My unit shot out a beautifully straight but angled line. Tried unit upside down, & angle of line reversed. The "air grip" on the back tilted it.

  • Edward
    1 year, 4 months ago at Home Depot
    West Islip

    1.0 / 5.0

    I bought this on 4-12-13 and it was broken right out of the box. The power suction cup worked, but the laser never turns on. I think the electrical contact in battery compartment was installed backwards because the spring on the battery cover didn't even make contact with the battery. I yanked it off and turned it around but it still didn't work. I checked other batterys, no good. I always was suspect of Ryobi. You have to stick with Dewalt or Bosch.

  • SouthJerseyPilot
    1 year, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Mantua Township, NJ, USA

    1.0 / 5.0

    Just returned this back to the store and bought the $109.00 Bosh Self-Leveling Cross-Line Laser. Didn't even have it for an hour before returning.The Ryobi is a solid piece (meaning it is constructed nicely), but the line is uneven along the length of it and goes from being 3/16" to 1/2" thick to 3/16" to 1/2" to... and this is when it is only 3' from a wall. It looks like a hairy wave; not even a solid line. I wouldn't use it if you gave it to me. How can you level something when it is as off as much as this is?I'm happy with the Bosh. Twice as much but you'll be happy you paid the extra.

  • Anthony
    2 years, 3 months ago at Home Depot
    El Monte

    5.0 / 5.0

    As advertised. Performed like it says. Wish to have a stand; otherwise, it works great for the price.

  • hotrod
    2 years, 4 months ago at Home Depot

    4.0 / 5.0

    I was ready to return. But in packing I noticed that the picture did not have the Red Cross on the laser cover. Removed the red cross and checked it again. Laser line was clear, not fuzzy, or out of focus. Before removing the red cross stick-on the Horiz line was only clear for a very short distance with the remainder of the line doubled and very fuzzy & looked out of focus. Now very usuable and the vacuum attachment works very good if you put the added piece of rubber around the suction cup. Without this added piece, the laser would not stay attached to almost any surface. None of this is described in the owners manual. The owners manual is very poorly written.Now after the above fixes, I find the Ryobi to be very usuable.

  • Rumans
    2 years, 5 months ago at Home Depot
    Tucson, AZ, USA

    1.0 / 5.0

    Not one thing worked on this product. The laser, the vacuum, not a thing at all. Returned it and glad to have my money back.

  • Sparkee
    2 years, 6 months ago at Home Depot

    5.0 / 5.0

    I bought this because my David White was on another job and purchased this for convenience.The laser I got is very bright and accurate. A comparison to a level was the first thing I did and I found it spot on. The gears for height and rotation are not the highest quality and will not be used often.I couldn't believe a brass adapter was included to use 1/4 20 if you needed. nice case and accessories, great value ! I will use this often

  • allbrigs
    2 years, 7 months ago at Home Depot

    4.0 / 5.0

    The vacuum pump holds well on my skim-coated drywall (semi-smooth texture). The horizontal laser measures a 1/4" out of level for every four feet when checked against a couple different bubble-style levels and against my uncalibrated eye. Worked great for putting up shelves in a two-foot wide closet but not so great for a four foot shelf on a bedroom wall. It's very useful in that it frees up your hands, just make sure it's accurate by checking it with other tools first. And I'm a little concerned with the cheap-feeling internal gears that raise and lower the laser. I don't see this product lasting very long except for occasional users.

  • Rahima
    2 years, 9 months ago at Home Depot
    Austin, TX, USA

    4.0 / 5.0

    I used this to put up shelving in a tight 13' high pantry. The vacuum grip saved the day. I couldn't have used a tripod that high. I needed the horizontal, vertical, and crosshair for the job. The horizontal turned corners in my small space just fine. The vertical got fuzzy turning the corner but then I just moved it and voila. As another reviewer said it self-levels quickly. I have dropped it about 5-6' a few times and it is just fine. This was worth every penny.

  • 3564
    3 years, 7 months ago at Home Depot
    south Florida

    1.0 / 5.0

    I have never written an online review before, but this Ryobi Laser Level deserves one from me.. After buying one, I returned it for another try as MAYBE the first unit was defective. Nope, they were both pieces of trash. From about 7 feet away from the wall, the horizontal laser line is about 3 feet long and the vertical line shows "sometimes". When the vertical line does show, the horizontal line doesn't go much more than 1 foot to the right of the vertical line. Also, a laser line is supposed to be straight and sharp. Not this one- the line is fuzzy in some places. Don't waste your money on this unit. I previously had a Stanley Fat Max (which I bought at HD but they don't carry anymore) which failed after about 4 years. It was great and only about $20 more than this unit. It is a FAR better unit. This Ryobi laser level doesn't even rate 1 star.

  • PlanoIceman
    4 years, 5 months ago at Home Depot
    Plano, TX

    5.0 / 5.0

    Have only used the AirGrip capability once, against a tile wall. It held for about an hour before loosing its grip. Fortunately it only fell about 3 inches onto countertop.It has the ability to fit on a tripod, either a contractor or photography tripod. It works great on the tripod, placing it anywhere in the room to get the needed level lines. I usually have it placed 10 feet away from the work surface.The laser is bright except in the brightest of natural light. Then I just move the tripod a little closer to the work surface. Micro Adjust capability is nice, adjusting the laser around to the exact level without having to make any adjustments to the tripod. Takes a little getting used to turning the knobs, as they are very sensitive as far as how a little turn can move the laser an inch or two farther than anticipated. Press on/off once for horizontal, a second time for vertical level, a third time for combined horizontal/vertical and a fourth time to turn off.Has been great with current tile job in master bath.Installing the batteries to power the laser is not obvious. Read the instructions carefully as its took me a little while to figure out where to put them.Definitely worth the $50 at HD.

  • OldFarmHouse
    4 years, 11 months ago at Home Depot
    New Hampshire

    4.0 / 5.0

    Ryobi AirGrip Procross LaserThis inexpensive laser does exceedingly well at short distances. At distances greater than 15 or so feet the beam spread gets a little too large for some tasks. Also after some testing found that the laser beam is not perfectly flat as it curves at the beam ends, so use the center section and rotate it around as needed. The Vacuum pump worked well on all but rough dusty sheet rock. Clever design and easy of use. I used this for strapping a small room for a new ceiling in an 200 year old farm house, can you say crooked every thing! And this is so much easier than strings and levels. It even survived a drop from 6 feet to the tile floor.

  • dmiles
    5 years, 1 month ago at Home Depot
    South Carolina

    3.0 / 5.0

    The peoduct seems work well when used as directed on the inside it does not work well outdoors and as per the booklet wasn't meant to be used outdoors so all in all it is a good product.

  • LarryinOregon
    5 years, 4 months ago at Home Depot
    Oregon

    1.0 / 5.0

    The mechanism to spin the unit jambs up easily and the internal gear for this mechanism strips out. Not good. The unit does not work within tolerances when this happens.

  • sandfordandson
    5 years, 5 months ago at Home Depot
    Patterson, LA

    4.0 / 5.0

    The Airgrip Procross Laser is easy to use and to set up. It easily attaches to almost any surface with its vaccuum pump and the use of the stick pins for rough surfaces. The lines are very clear and precise.

  • Dairylander
    6 years, 1 month ago at Home Depot

    3.0 / 5.0

    The vacuum wall mount works amazingly well, and saves you $ on buying a tripod.I used it for a kitchen install, and it was accurate from 12 feet away. However, when the beam turned a corner from one wall onto another perpendicular wall, it was off about an eighth inch.It is absolutely useless outdoors - I even got my red tinted glasses that came with a different laser and I still couldn't see the beam four feet away.The self-leveling works fast.Overall, it is super handy for indoor use. Just turn it on and BAM!, instant level or plumb line. But it really only seems useful for one or maybe two walls at a time.

  • Bohemie
    2 years, 1 month ago at Home Depot

    5.0 / 5.0

    Once I removed the shield(s) over the lasers it worked better than I expected. There's a clear piece of flexible plastic with text on it that need to be removed no matter what. Under that is a stiff piece of plastic that has a crucifix type clear area. The opaque areas of the plastic usually interfered with the horizontal beam no matter how I positioned it so I tore it out. Now I need to figure out how to replace it so dust doesn't get in.I have mixed feelings on the vacuum base. Worked well on a painted surface but fell off an unfinished wood surface after 15 seconds.

  • Alaskan
    2 years, 1 month ago at Home Depot

    4.0 / 5.0

    Ok this is a wierd review. Everything worked exceptopnaly well for the price. That is except for the self level. It was nice and bright at 20', and I could see outside on a cloudy day(not realy well but I could see it). The Vaccuum was impressive on my eggshell finish painted medium orange peal drywall.The self level didnt work one bit. I was about 30 degrees off.Judging the other reviews, I wouldnt get this product in an emergency situation, but if you have time to return it till you get one that works well, I think it is an exceptional value that will serve you well.

  • Andy
    1 year, 7 months ago at Home Depot
    North Carolina

    5.0 / 5.0

    I purchased this inexpensive level instead of a $1000 tripod that would hold my contractor-grade, rotating level in place about 3 meters off the floor in our house. The Ryobi performed flawlessly. It is genius!The project was the installation of Stas picture hanging rails on the walls just below the crown moulding / ceiling. That's 50 2-meter long rails at about 3 meters off the floor. Upon completion, the rails are level and spot on. During hours of operation while I was learning as I went, the AirGrip hummed along, absolutely stuck to the painted drywall, and the batteries still are at 80% power. Not one fail. No marks on the light painted surfaces.Anyone who would expect the laser vacuum base to hold on stucco or cinder block or bare wood would expect a screen door to keep the water out of a submarine. Think about it ...The user's manual from Ryobi is terrible. It tells you how to use the laser, but it doesn't tell you how to unpack and ready it for use. To their credit, Ryobi inserts a long Y-shaped piece of plastic to keep the self-leveling laser element from beating itself to death during shipping. (See image.) What they DON'T tell you is that you have to remove the tab before use. How? You locate the tab in the battery housing and pull gently. As it is, it's hard to know if the plastic tab is supposed to be there. I wrote to Ryobi customer service, send photographs, and asked the obvious question. I got the obvious answer, quickly I might add. I never should have had to ask. Terrible manual.Is the laser accurate? Compared with two others and a water level (God and gravity), it's spot on — after you remove the red cross external sticker and pull out the shipping tab.The only downside I see is that the product is Home Depot-specific, and I would hate to see Ryobi abandon or discontinue the product. It is a winner at twice the price.

  • Bryan
    1 year, 11 months ago at Home Depot
    McKinney, TX, USA

    4.0 / 5.0

    I got this tool for about $45.00 at my local Home Depot. For the price and it's features, I don't think anyone can beat it.However, it's an odd tool. Here is what I mean.1) The tool takes 4 AA batteries and must be installed in 2 seperate battery compartments. One compartment controls the vacuum pump to stick the tool of the wall. The other controls the laser.2) The laser battery compartment is well hidden. You will need to read the manual to figure out how to roate the level to get to it.3) There is a plastic pull tab you must remove before first use. Otherwise the tool will not self level. It's there to protect the tool in shipping to the store, but sadly it's not well documented when you first use the tool. At first I did not realize it was there and almost returned it back to the store.4) There is another red, protective label on the front of the laser. This too must be removed. This label is there for marketing purposes and shows where the laser will come out when turned on. If you don't remove it the laser only goes about 10 ft and may look dim.5) I also discovered the etching on the piece of plactic in front of the laser can restrict the laser beam. If you want to maxize the tool's potential, get a pair of needle nose pliers and remove the etched plastic cover. This will give the beam an extra 10ft or so. It also makes the beam brighter.The one thing I wish it had but doesn't is a bullseye level. If you tilt the tool too far, the self level mechanism will not work. A bullseye level would fix this problem.

  • FirstLevel
    1 year, 8 months ago at Home Depot
    TN

    5.0 / 5.0

    There was another review recently posted that states these things but it is worth restating.1) When putting the batteries in for the laser (not the air grip) be sure to remove the plastic pull tab that you will find in the battery compartment. If you do not the laser will not auto-level and probably will be useless to you as a result.2) The laser projects through a protective plastic protection that has a stick-on user info sticker. Remove the sticker (50ft x 50 ft info). Without removing this sticker the laser as projected will not be in focus.3) Don't tilt the device too far (most applicable if using a tripod. Otherwise when the device the level (if it even will) the ray won't exit the device through the tee-shaped clear in the dust cover.After accomplishing those three things the device seems to work great.