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Easier and faster to use than a tape measure and more accurate than ultrasonic measures, the Prexiso X2 single-person laser measuring tool (model 3350) from Calculated Industries measures distances up to 100 feet with accuracy to 1/8-inch or better through entire range. About the size of a cell phone, it fits easily in your hand, pocket, or tool belt. It comes with a rugged carrying pouch and is backed by a two-year limited warranty.
Ideal for contractors/builders, remodelers, estimators, carpenters, plumbers, interior designers, and anyone who needs accurate measurements, the Prexiso X2 is great for measuring in crowded rooms or measuring inaccessible areas. Designed for indoor and limited outdoor use, the Prexiso X2 can be used in a wide array of applications:
The Prexiso X2's bright laser beam and ergonomic design make it easy to use. It includes Pythagorean functions, continuous measuring for staking out, and the ability to measure and calculate areas and volumes. The device measures 4-3/4 x 2 x 1 inches, and it weighs 3.5 ounces. It's powered by two AAA batteries, which provide enough battery life for up to 3,000 measurements, and it includes a power-saving auto shut-off function.
Calculated Industries Prexiso X2 3350 laser distance measuring tool; nylon pouch with Velcro strap; user guide; batteries
Great for contractors
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This has been accurate and reliable. Most all measurements are inside. Outside in lots of sunlight hard to see lazor which I expected.
Before purchasing this item, I read some reviews and decided to order it anyway. I have to say it works like a champ, easy to use, and just a few and basic funtions. Read morePublished 10 months ago by joe
This device has saved me much time when measuring the inside of homes and buildings as a real estate appraiser.Published 14 months ago by Rodd L. Haltunen
Easy to use inside. Not really an outside device, which is what I was hoping for. An inherent problem with all the devices I've seen is they are hard to hold stead. Read morePublished 17 months ago by David Maisonneuve
I gave it only 4 stars because it seems to need a more steady base for when you place the unit against the wall. A small movement at the unit makes a big jump at the laser dot.Published 21 months ago by Bob Barwald