Crown Tools Level Review By: I.Ball
Manufacturer: Crown Tools
Tool Type: Level
The Crown Tools Level review covers the wooden and brass level
manufactured by Crown Tools of Sheffield, England. This level
is also referred to as the Crown Tools Spirit Level.
The Crown Tools Spirit Level is a traditional boat level designed to old boat level designs.
The name 'boat level' was a level design which was made in the shape of a boat, like this Crown Level.
The Crown Level has a Walnut stock with a brass top and the Crown Tools logo marked on the side of the stock.
The Crown Tools Level is available in two sizes:
- 4" (102mm)
- 9" (229mm)
Usually supplied in a plastic sleeve.
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* Wearing safety clothing and eye protection is usually a good idea to help protect against injury.
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Crown Spirit Level
Crown Wooden and Brass Level
From my observations... For the purposes of dating: These levels were made using Rosewood up until about 2021, they were advertised on the Crown Tools website as the Crown Tools Rosewood Level up until 2022. From what I have observed, the level on the ground was switched to and being sold to retailers as a Walnut level in 2021.
- Crown Tools
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