|Item Weight||5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 2.2 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||DLR130K|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2-Year Warranty|
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- Fast, easy, and accurate measuring
- Measures distance up to 130-ft. with up to 1/16-in accuracy
- Four measurement modes - length, area, volume, and continuous for maximum versatility
- Four measurement systems - inches, feet and inches, decimal feet and metric
- Ergonomic soft-grip area - for sure grip and comfort
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DLR130K 130 Foot Laser Measure
Utilizing precision laser technology, the Bosch DLR130K laser measure provides fast, easy, and accurate measurements every time you use it. Pocket-sized for easy portability, this handy tool offers length, area, and volume measurements in inches, feet and inches, decimal feet, and metric units.
(1) DLR130K Laser Measure, (4) AAA batteries and (1) pouch.
- Range: 130-feet
- Accuracy: ± 1/16 in
- Warranty: 2 years
|GLM 15||GLM 35||DLR130K||GLM 40||GLM 50 C||GLM 80|
|Accuracy||± 1/8-in||± 1/16-in||± 1/16-in||± 1/16-in||± 1/16-in||± 1/16-in|
|Area / Volume||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Addition / Subtraction||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Memory||10 measurements||30 measurements||20 measurements|
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Top Customer Reviews
This handy little device is slightly smaller, and lighter than my trusty 25 foot tape measure. It won't replace your tape (for example there is no quick, convenient way to hook the edge of a board to measure off a cut), but it will do many of the same measurements, often better and quicker (for example finding "inside" distances such a a window interior or from one wall to another). It will also take measurements that a tape simply cannot (assuming just 1 person doing the measuring), for example picture yourself on a ladder, trying to find the distance from a window frame to the wall when your tape cannot reach it without collapsing, or checking the height of a soffit that's more than 15 feet above you, ....
Do you need a laser distance measurer? I can't answer that, however I can tell you that it saves me a significant amount of time because I do a lot of carpentry / renovation work which involves many, many measurements.
Here's what I like about this new DLR130 from Bosch:
o It does fractional measurements in inches to an accuracy of a sixteenth of an inch. For example 98 - 3/16 inches. The previous laser from Bosch would only do feet & inches combined (e.g. 8' 2-1/16"). This is a really important new feature for me because my feeble mind doesn't deal well with the feet-and-inches style output - it causes me to make all kinds of stupid cutting errors. Thank you Bosch for adding this pure fractional inches only mode.
o It is small and light (smaller than me 25 foot tape measure) weighing just over 6 ounces with all four AAA batteries installed. It is 4 inches long, 2-1/4 inches wide and 1-1/4 inches thick.
o Measures things really close to the unit starting at 2 inches.Read more ›
Once upon a time Bosch provided an excellent array of tools. I gradually phased out all of my tools by other manufacturers and bought Bosch replacements. The older Bosch tools are still performing well. Sadly, Bosch has gone down the toilet both from a production standpoint and also customer service. This measuring kit was the last straw for me. So long, Bosch.
I love the way it measures. Basically it's point and shoot. And you have your choice of measurement formats. Now, save that measurement. Here's where it all falls apart.
Your feet/inches or inches has now been converted to decimal feet or decimal meters. As I'm walking back to the chop saw, what the hell am I supposed to do with 12.15 feet? Sure, I could just write down the original measurement,but isn't that what the memory function is for? Oh wait, I've got a better idea. I'll just carry my construction calculator too and use that to convert the decimal feet back to inches. Then I can be the techno-nerd carpenter.
Bosch, you really fell off the logic train on this one.
- the keys felt mushy
- Can only store one measurement on the screen at a time
- The screen is NOT illuminated ? I was in a dim area and had to use a flashlight to see the distance(whats a backlit led worth these days .20 cents ?
- The keys are not protected from dust/paint/water coffee etc
- takes 4 batteries to the competitions 2
I kept the Leica Distro D210XT as it makes the Bosch feel cheap which is surprising as I have other Bosch tools that I love.
Stick with the Leica
- well lit green screen
- The last 4 measurements stay on the screen
- unit is protected from water, dust proof, drop proof to 5'
- keys feel solid
Most Recent Customer Reviews
All I can say is WOW! This has under promised and over delivered. You will love this.Published 3 days ago by Don
Husband is very happy with this product. Uses it to measure rooms when doing painting estimates. Says it works better than his last one. Much more accurate. Read morePublished 3 days ago by R Taylor
Measures in feet and meters. I've been converting measurements to inches and fractions.Published 9 days ago by Brian Ogata
Works with no issues and very accurate, much quicker than using a tape measure.Published 10 days ago by JK