GemRed Digital Angle Gauge
GemRed Digital Angle Gauge
£43.63 (£36.36 Ex. VAT)

GemRed Digital Angle Gauge

Code: 600513

  • Mini digital protractor that provides digital readings between ±180°
  • Integral magnets in the base for accuracy
  • Ideal for measuring bevel angles on saw benches etc.
  • Auto shut off after 5 minutes
  • Comes complete with soft case and battery
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Frequently Bought Together

  • GemRed Digital Angle Gauge
  • GemRed Digital Angle Rule - 200mm
  • Trend Digital Depth Gauge
  • Planer Blade Vernier Setting Jig
Total: £136.54

In Detail

This digital bevel box is a mini waterproof digital protractor that provides digital readings between ±180° with a resolution of 0.1°. It is small enough to be carried around in a pocket and the LCD screen is convenient to read. It incorporates magnets in the base for accuracy when measuring bevel angles on mitre saws, saw benches etc. Comes complete with soft case and battery and has an auto shut off feature after 5 minutes.



Model Mini±180.0
Overall L x W x H 51 mm x 51 mm x 33 mm
Range ±180°
Resolution 0.1°
Reviews (20)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.6 out of 5 based on 20 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



12 November 2016

Good while it lasts

A really useful little gadget, that, as others have said, makes setting things up a doddle. I used mine on my table saw and mitre saw, and being compact means you can stick it to the body of the saw blade, avoiding the teeth.

However, whilst I never experienced any issues with battery life, mine decided to just stop working for no apparent reason. I kept it stored safely, never dropped it or treated it badly, yet one day it just passed away. I haven't got another yet, partly due to the trauma induced by its sudden departure, and partly because I still have the GemRed angle measure, which does seem to eat batteries but hasn't failed me yet.

Peter Page

31 October 2016

Ok until I changed the Batteries!

This Gadget worked okay until I changed the batteries, then it did not read correctly. Expensive tool for the length of time it worked which was about 6 months however I only used it 4 times. 1/10


31 October 2016

Very useful device

I bought one of these to help set up my mitre saw and have not regretted it for one second. Makes it so much easier to be sure you have got the angle spot on. Improved accuracy can only be good. Strange angles used when making a mitre to go round an odd shaped corner are as easy as standard ninety degree corners, good for standard use and those odd occasions when you need something different.


13 September 2015

Does what it says on the tin

Super impressed with this gadget. Paid for itself in the first hour of use. Not to sure about the battery life issues (yet) but it is supplied with a spare battery, so one used one spare time to buy issues.

Great accuracy and easy to use.

Bill Lewsey

22 January 2014

Tries hard, could do better

On the whole this a brilliant little gadget, but it seems the batteries do not last long at all and the construction of the battery lid could be a lot better. It is very accurate but when woodworking how often do you need to be accurate to the Nth degree? My old bevel and protractor never has a flat battery (it has no battery) and my set square is 100% accurate for 90%.

So, all in all, a gadget that appears to be battery hungry and maybe not totally necessary.

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