Traditional levels are apart of every household and workman’s toolbox. The bubble that shows evenness, however, can be frustrating at times because it’s never quite in the right place. The Next Level uses a different method for measuring flat surfaces. Instead of the bubble, the Next Level uses two pointers that, when lined up, signal a level surface. While this is definitely an interesting way to redesign the traditional level, it doesn’t seem as if it’s really that much more innovative. However, improvements on a traditional product are always welcome and the Next Level has a pretty awesome name as well. One Next Level will cost backers $49 with a Kickstarter campaign goal of $49,550.