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I get many calls from contractors wanting to know what is the difference between the Leica Rugby 610 Laser and the Leica Rugby 620 Laser?  Both have a visible laser red diode, but the price is different.

TheLeica Rugby 610 Laser is a simple one button self leveling laser that is horizontal only.  It is a class 2 laser with a working radius of 1000 ft with the rodeye 140 or 160 rodeye.

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Lasco Laser and Instrument Company has been repairing, calibrating and selling construction lasers since 1975.  We are an authorized warranty and non warranty repair center for most all laser and instruments on the market.

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1.  Don't buy the cheapest one you can buy.  Look for a rotating construction that is easy to use to use, accurate, can handle getting wet and can be serviced if needed.

2.  Always purchase an automatic leveling laser. For example a Leica Rugby 610 or a Rugby 810 laser. The manual lasers are a real hassle and will just end up getting you in trouble on your jobsite.  Auto leveling lasers are the only ones you should buy.

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Leica Rugby 880 Dual Grade Construction Laser

The Leica Rugby 880 Dual Grade Construction Laser is the only laser on the market that guarantees a continuous high laser accuracy, even under harsh site conditions.  The IP68 protected (waterproof to 3ft.) is the only laser with military grade certification and the highest standard in water and dust protection.

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One big reason I like the new Leica Line of Rugby Laser, the 600 and the 800 series is they give you good options for powering the lasers.  Both the Leica 600 and 800 series allow you to use either alkaline batteries or lithium (Li-ion) batteries.  So what's the big difference between the two?

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From my 30 plus years in the laser and instrument business, there a a few things you can check for yourself  before sending the laser off for repair.

Power is the first! If your construction laser is using standard alkaline batteries, try some new ones.  ( Sometimes even new batteries can be faulty, so check a couple sets).

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I have had many contractors ask me what is the difference in the Leica Rugby 610 Laser versus the Leica Rugby 640 Laser.  Both have a visible laser red diode, but the price between the two is different.

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Leica Geosystems introduced the Rugby 800 Series construction lasers as one of the more durable and dependable lasers on the market today. Without a question, in my 30 plus years in the Laser and Instrument business, I have personally found that to be true. It is all around the best on the market.

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Leica Rugby 870 Grade Laser is the only laser on the market that guarantees a continuous high laser accuracy, even under harsh site conditions.  The IP68 protected (waterproof to 3ft depth) is the only laser with military grade certification and the highest standard in water and dust protection.

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The Laser Reference L4.7 Laser is self leveling via a wire hung compensator. This is a gravity pendulum
leveling mechanism that must be rough leveled.Read More

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