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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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How to Measure outdoors with a Leica Disto?

When there are cloudy weather conditions or twilight there will be less problems seeing the laser dot for measuring.  If there is a lot of sun you will hardly be able to see the laser for measuring.

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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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I have estimators and appraisers that call me looking to measure property that is hard to access.  Fences, water and other stuff may be getting in the way!

Unfortunately many estimators and appraisers will purchase a laser distance meter that is low cost, but can only be used for indoor measuring projects.

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A Semi-Automatic Construction Laser is a laser model that self levels via a wire hung compensator.  These are gravity pendulum leveling mechanisms that must be rough leveled via 2 or 3 leveling knobs. Read More

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

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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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