Watch this video to see what the new version of the D2 has to offer!
After more than 8 years in production, it is time to say goodbye to the 7th generation of the Leica DISTO™ D2. At the time of its 2008 launch, the D2 was revolutionary in its compact size, light weight and great value. Many called it the best laser distance meter they ever used. Many still do.
What’s the best laser measuring device? It’s the one that fits your needs and meets your expectations.
So how do you choose the laser measure that’s best for you?
We visited Steven Kendall of Rigstar to find out how he uses his DISTO D810 Touch to lay out bridle systems for the rigging industry. Steve teaches a wide range of professionals in theatrical and industrial rigging at his shop in Northampton, Massachusetts. Steve has been working in the rigging industry since the wild west days of the 1970's. His tours with bands like Heart, Stix, Jethro Tull, Lynyrd Skynyrd and many more, taught him everything you'd ever want to know about lifting gear, people and the occasional piano or dirt bike.
Discover more about the Leica DISTO™ E7500 also known as the D410 outside of North America.
1 All about the DISTO™ A6 and its software DISTO™ transfer
Which system requirements does my PC need to work with DISTO™ transfer?
Generally the DISTO™ transfer works on all desktops, labtops, tablet PCs and UMPCs equiped with Microsoft Windows SE, ME, XP or Vista. Of course the computer must have a Bluetooth interface or you have to install a Bluetooth stick. Using an external Bluetooth stick the computer must fullfil the requirements of the Bluetooth stick.
The companies listed are certified developers of (third party) software that can be used with our bluetooth devices Leica DISTO™ S910, D810 touch, D510, and D110. Details like "for which profession is the software or which languages do they offer?" you will find in the enclosed xls-file.
Learn more about the Leica DISTO™ DXT
How do I change batteries of DISTO™ DXT?
Fold out the end-piece and open the locking mechanism with a coin or a screwdriver and lift the battery compartment cover. Insert batteries, observing the correct polarity. Close the battery compartment carefully. To ensure the instrument remains watertight, any dirt on the battery compartment seals should be avoided.