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Leica Disto D2 with Bluetooth

Leica Geosystems newest member of the laser distance meters is the New Disto D2 with bluetooth..  The New Disto D2 has the latest smart bluetooth function built into the unit.  It has a fully integrated end piece, a bright white display and an ISO certified measuringengin that drives 1/16" accuracy and 330 foot measuring range.

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For many contractors the Leica Disto E7300 and E7400 is a great laser distance meter.  Both models offer great features, simple to use, rugged and have great warranty.

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The range and accuracy of laser distance meters like the Leica Disto E7100i, D2, E7300, E7400, E7500, E7500i, D810 and S910, all depend on light conditions and reflectivity of the measuring target.

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1.  Back lit display - A small thing, but useful if you are measuring in doors in a dark room or space.  Many models, like the Disto E7300 have a small photo sensor that switches the   backlight on and off automatically.

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Seeing the laser dot for inside measuring is no problem. Taking the laser distance meter outside is a different story.

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The Leica Disto D810 Touch is the world's first laser distance meter with a revolutionary measure with a picture feature using the integrated camera.

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  • ISO rating.  When you are looking at laser distance meters an ISO rating is a world wide rating system for water and dust protection.
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    Lasco Laser & Instrument Company (www.lascolaser.com) has been selling and servicing leveling and
    measuring contractor products since 1975. There are many new products on the market that can
    save the contractor time and money. Listed below are 5 great products any contractor would want
    under their tree!

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    Leica Geosystems introduced the first hand-held laser distance meter in 1993. Although there are at least 17 brands and 50 models on
    the market today, most all contractors still use the standard steel measuring tape. But that is quickly changing as the construction industry
    as a whole has come to see the advantages of the Laser Distance Meter .

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    The range and accuracy of laser distance meters depend on light conditions and reflectivity of the measuring target. For Leica Geosystems it is important that the instruments not only perform under perfect laboratory conditions, but above all under the kind of every day working conditions encountered on construction sites. That is why, working together with external experts, the company have developed a standard by which laser distance meters can be tested and compared with each other.Read More
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