Fluke 414D Laser Distance Meter, II Class, 50m Range, +/- 2mm Accuracy
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- The most advanced laser technology for distance measurement
- Simple one-button operation to instantly measure distance between two objects
- Easy addition and subtraction function
- Pythagoras function indirectly measures height via two other measurements
- 3 year warranty
- Instantly measures up to 50m (165ft.)
- Simple one-button operation instantly measures distance between two objects
|Style Name||414D, 50m Range|
|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Measurement Accuracy||+/- 2 mm|
|Number of Items||1|
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Fluke 424D Laser Distance Meter
The Fluke 424D is our most sophisticated laser distance meter packed with versatile features to save you more time in more situations. It extends your measurement reach to 100 meters (330 feet). It offers a bigger 4-line display, a built-in compass, and a 180º inclination sensor for leveling and height tracking.
Fluke 424D Laser Distance Meter
Point, shoot, and measure distance. It’s that easy.
Instant measurements with the touch of a button:
Save time, be more accurate and practical in your daily measurements. With Fluke Laser Distance Meters you will be able to quickly measure long distances (up to 330 feet or 100 meters), with a higher accuracy, and without walking all over your job site. With the laser distance meter, the job is done with one-handed operation and safely without the need to cross potentially dangerous areas. You will also be able to make difficult measurements, easily measuring inside false ceilings, automatically calculating square footage and volume, with the touch of a button.
The feature-packed 424D distance meter measures up to any situation:
The Fluke 424D is our most sophisticated laser distance meter packed with versatile features to save you more time in more situations. It extends your measurement reach to 100 meters(330 feet). It offers a bigger, 4-line display, a built-in compass, and a 180º inclination sensor for leveling and height tracking.
Professional-grade distance measuring tools that are fast:
The Fluke 424D laser distance meter uses the most advanced distance measuring technology. This meter is fast, accurate, durable, and easy to use-just point and shoot. Their simple design and easy one-button operation means you spend less time measuring while increasing the reliability of the answers that you need.
Compact and handy:
The compact and handy Fluke 424D laser distance meter was designed for indoor and limited outdoor applications. It is simple to operate, with the Fluke durability and quality you expect. And, with specific function buttons, different tasks can be completed quickly and easily. The extra bright laser is clearly visible so you can always see your targeting point even if the target object is hard-to-reach spot, or a long distance away.
- Measures up to 100 m (330 ft)
- Higher accuracy: +/-1 mm (0.04 in)
- 4-line display shows you even more data at a glance
- Inclination sensor assists with height tracking, leveling, and indirect horizontal distance measurements when line-of-sight is blocked by an obstacle
- Corner angle feature allows you to determine the angle of a corner
- Compass provides a 'heading' for your distance measurements
- Stores 20 complete displays for quick recall
- Tripod mode allows you to mount the meter to a tripod when measuring long distances
- Full Pythagoras function for height measurements
- Audible keypad feedback
- Stake Out feature helps you mark out defined lengths such as when constructing wooden frames
- Automated End-piece Correction for measuring from an edge or corner – a built-in sensor detects the position of this bracket and automatically changes the reference point
- Minimum/Maximum function
- Enhanced environmental protection: IP54-rated as dust and water spray resistant
- Improved battery life of 5000 measurements with auto shut-off feature
|Fluke 424D Laser Distance Meter||Fluke 419D Laser Distance Meter||Fluke 414D Laser Distance Meter|
|Maximum measurement distance||100 m (330 ft)||80 m (260 ft)||50 m (165 ft)|
|Accuracy||± 1 mm (± 0.04 in)||± 1 mm (± 0.04 in)||± 2 mm (± 0.08 in)|
|Battery (# of measurements)||5000||5000||3000|
|Plus and minus calculations||✓||✓||✓|
|Measurement storage||20 complete displays||20 complete displays||5 results|
Top Customer Reviews
In this review I'm not going to describe all of the device's features, but give you a comparison between the 2 similarly-priced units.
One thing we can get out of the way up front is accuracy. I measured quite a few distances with both devices using the same reference point, and the readings on both agreed to within 1mm every time and under every measurement condition.
A surprise: The Bosch is made in Switzerland while the Fluke is made in Hungary, neither of which are your typical sources for gadgets, and neither of which is China.
Both have 12 function buttons, and if you are used to using one unit, the other works almost the same. So much so that one wonders if the internal electronics and software are from the same source.
Advantages of the Bosch GLR825:
- Measures up to 825 feet, compared to 330 for the Fluke. These are claimed limits that you can't always achieve depending upon a number of factors, but the Bosch definitely does reach out a long way. The long distance was the main reason I chose the GLR825 back when I first purchased it.Read more ›
Pros for the Fluke 424D:
+ Extra measurement functions, most notably the function that allows you to measure, say, the height of a window on a house from far away on the ground, and the "stake" function that allows you to - for example - move slowly along a floor in any increment to make repeated marks (like 16" on center for studs). It also has a function to measure the angle of a corner where two walls come together, which could be extremely helpful.
These are fantastic functions, but I should note that they are not magic - you have to familiarize yourself with the process to use them effectively. The same is true of the functions that the Fluke and Bosch can both do. I have a Minor in Mathematics, for example, but I still have to think hard and with a clear head to get some of these processes to work effectively. Practice makes perfect.
+ Built in compass. Can be extremely useful if you're used to constructing with direction.
+ Overall, I'd say the Fluke is slightly more intuitive to use thanks to two more buttons, and how they are designed and laid out.Read more ›
This Fluke meter is called a distance meter; it does distance measurements with a laser beam - up to 330 feet according to the webpage. But it can do a lot more than that. It can calculate and display area, circumference, and volume, like those of the interior of a house after the user makes the necessary distance measurements. There is a leveling function that shows the angle of the meter from the horizontal continuously. Furthermore, it has a "stake out" function which marks predetermined distances from a fixed point. This function is useful in the construction of the wood frames of a house. The meter can calculate and display vertical height based on the Pythagoras' Theorem, like that of a wall or a window by two distance measurements from the same point, one at the bottom of the wall or window and the other at the top. Based on the Law of Cosines, it can calculate and display the corner angle of a room by making three distance measurements. There are 20 memories for data storage.
The user can change the reference point from the front of the meter to the end or to a tripod by pressing a button on the meter repeatedly. The same button selects the measurement unit among meters, feet, and inches. There is a built-in threaded tripod connector for use with a tripod.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I do agree with many other reviews which is why I gave this 4 stars. The laser is extremely difficult to see beyond 30 feet outside (only about 1/10th it's range). Read morePublished 2 months ago by DJ S.
Don’t know how I ever live without it!
A few caveats, however. First there is the price, it ain’t cheap, but it is Fluke. Read more