not trying to bad name this product but just so you know, i bought one and it didn't work at all, working on the return process for it now, hope it all works well as i really like the item and want it to work lol
Dear friend I believe that you can use, but I am honest this is more for running tables lined walls and other objects, but try to do some alignment yet the price of this equipment is very cheap for sure will be useful in your home to perform other services how to align a flowerpot, pictures and any other object
The laser is fixed inside the unit, it has two bubble sight levels on top, one for vertical and the oter is for horizontal. There is two thumb tacks inside the battery compartment to pin it to a wall (if you don't mind two little pin holes in ya wall) it also comes with bluetac to stick it to the wall. The laser emits as a line but at one end of the line (which is straight ahead of the unit) is very bright and kind of acts like a pointer. I just used it in the back yard as a pointer and my dog went nuts trying to catch it :oD much easier than throwing a ball. Well, I hope all this info makes the choice of buying it easier for you :) and at $2.50,,,,,,, get one just for heck of having one :oD
Well, while it's only designed for line, I have one... and you can prize off the dark plastic housing that holds some of the optics... it will break off, and the device will now project a very tightly focussed dot, and the focus can be adjusted by using a screwdriver on the now exposed laser housing. Sorta breaks your level, but it's a cheap way to get a laser unit that runs on 2 AAA's.
It should be decently visable and bright during the day when used indoors. Using it out in the sun might be a little challenging, you can get yourself a red laser sight eye wear to see them better in bright situations. Do take note that using it in darkness can cause eye fatigue.