We love this product's precision as much as professional contractors do. The device is tripod ready and designed to balance levels from floor to ceiling. Perfect for completing professional looking jobs at home.
May not provide the technological sophistication for commercial-scale projects.
Easy to carry and hard to forget with a trusty strap to wrap around your wrist. Designed for convenient and accurate measurements on the fly. Perfect for spontaneous projects as well as those that are thought out.
Given it's small size, the screen may be hard to read for some.
Hi-tech and easy to use for those comfortable with technology. Provides not just precise measurements but also estimates. The device synchronizes with compatible applications that pull double duty in terms of feedback. Industry professionals can save time and money with this product.
Trusted by many, however technology may not always provide a perfect result.
A laser measuring device that will challenge and please the math whiz in us all and also provide results. Scientific and data-driven, this measurer will deliver numbers. We love that it's programmable and also has a great deal of capacity in terms of scope.
While modern in design, it could come with a more current instruction material.
We love the impressive laser device that levels out lines with studded walls and other challenging surfaces. Use indoors, as reviews cite this measuring tool will provide easy and accurate results for most environments.
Not suggested for outdoor use.
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Stanley laser measures make quick work of getting an accurate read on distance. Compared to tape measures, laser measuring is quick and convenient for large spaces, including bedrooms and living rooms. Most laser measures have an upper limit of 200 feet or more. Compare this to a traditional tape measure, which usually has a limit of 50 feet or less. The laser detector is also more reliable than reading the markings on a tape measure. Stanley's line includes a few advanced models with helpful features for calculating a room's area. Some can project visible lines onto walls so you can make sure your photos and other wall hangings are perfectly level.