Watch the video here
Watch the video here
Maybe you dropped your DISTO™ and you worried it is damaged. Maybe you have had your DISTO™ for a while and are wondering if it is still accurate. Maybe you are just amazed at how it works and you are a little skeptical that it is really that accurate.
Whatever your motivation, the first thing you need is a reference. The best source is the calibration certificate that came with your DISTO™ from the factory. Each and every DISTO™, regardless if it is a $1,600 S910 or a $149 E7100i, is tested and the deviation for a series of reference measurements is recorded on a certificate that is included in the box.
We are big fans of valuable DIY content. Shannon from HouseImprovements publishes quality and thorough How-To videos on his website and Youtube channel. He takes his time, cuts out very little and does top notch work.
Shannon builds a deck from start to finish In the 6 part video series below.
Watch out for the DISTO E7400x in episodes 3 and 4.
The Leica DISTO™ D3aBT (known in the US as the D330i) is a 9 measurement mode LDM accurate to 1/16th of an inch. It features a back-lit LCD display, a tilt sensor, and Bluetooth 2.1.
This article gives a great overview of Leica DISTO™ and 3D DISTO connectivity.
Sometimes you need to replace your battery.
If you fall under that catagory follow the instructions on this PDF to get your DISTO back up and running.
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.
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.