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Keleedy Kolida PD24 43-yd Hand Laser Rangefinder

SKU:A22530000H

The PD24 rangefinder features an extremely tough casing, surrounded by a wear-resistant soft-grip covering. In rain, sun and dirt, this waterproof and dust-tight rangefinder won't let you down. Slim, compact and ruggedly built to take the harsh condi...
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Specifications:


  • The PD24 features an extremely tough casing, surrounded by a wear-resistant soft-grip covering
  • In rain, sun and dirt, this waterproof and dust-tight tool won't let you down
  • Slim, compact and ruggedly built to take the harsh conditions of everyday jobsite use in its stride
  • This waterproof and dust-tight laser range meter is the new measure of efficiency
  • Measure quickly and safely in places where access is difficult
  • It included plus / minus, area, continuous measurement area, pythagorean theorem to switch unit and  backlight functions
  • Measuring Distance: 0.05m ~ 40m
  • Accuracy: +/- 3mm
  • Display Lighting: Yes
  • Minimum Distance Display: 1mm
  • Laser Level: Second level
  • Protection Class: IP 54
  • Power Supply: 2 x AAA Alkaline Batteries
  • Size: 116 x 54 x 35mm / 4.6 x 2.1 x 1.4in (L x W x H)

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Keleedy Kolida PD24 43-yd Hand Laser Rangefinder


  • Measure quickly and safely in places where access is difficult

 Keleedy Kolida PD24 43-yd Hand Laser Rangefinder


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How to Use a Laser Rangefinder:

The use of lasers in everyday life have improved the accuracy and speed of work in various fields. Photographers and architects have taken advantage of this trend by using laser rangefinders to snap a great picture or build a new structure. You should learn to use a laser rangefinder to make difficult measurements easier to record


  • Get comfortable with your laser rangefinder before you use it on a job site. You should set up the laser in your garage and measure out the distance between a wall and the rangefinder. This method lets you try out different features in a controlled environment
  • Enhance the measurements you receive with your laser rangefinder by increasing the beam frequency. You can increase the magnification of the laser with a simple rotary tool that changes the speed of laser beams sent to the target
  • Check inconclusive readings by taking down several measurements in the same vicinity. Most rangefinders warn users by coming up with impossibly high numbers or error messages. You should take at least three measurements within a foot of one another for a good sample
  • Anchor your laser rangefinder to a tripod or special stand to create a steady beam. Most companies that produce laser rangefinders offer a tripod with mounting equipment for construction work
  • Balance your rangefinder on level ground to maintain an even laser stream while you take down measurements. You should dig the legs of the tripod into the ground to protect against balance issues with your rangefinder
  • Replace the batteries in your laser rangefinder frequently to keep the laser stream going strong. The high amount of energy used by the laser will most likely deplete your batteries quickly. You can prepare for regular replacement in the future by noting the time between your purchase and the first battery replacement
  • Shop for a laser rangefinder that allows you to translate readings onto a computer or portable drive. These products will cost you substantially more than regular lasers, but they allow you to analyze measurements in design and architecture programs

Package Included:


  • 1 x Laser Rangefinder