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Ryobi Ultrasonic Measure with Laser Just £9.99 with bag. Delivery is £4.95
Ryobi Ultrasonic Measure with Laser Just £9.99 with bag. Delivery is £4.95

Ryobi Ultrasonic Measure with Laser Just £9.99 with bag. Delivery is £4.95

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* Measures distance, areas and volumes
* Standard delivery charge of £4.95 for mainland UK only (we do not deliver to other locations)
* Usually delivered within 5 working days of receipt of order
* Model Number: SW104M

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That's a fine price for this.

Found some extra details:

Features:- Aim the desired target by using the laser module- Calculates … Features:- Aim the desired target by using the laser module- Calculates area and volume- Memorises length, height, width, area and volume- Measures distances up to 12.5m (41 ft)- Combining laser & ultrasonic measuring technologies, the Laser Ultrasonic Measure gives you the easiest way to target and to measure dimensions indoors or outdoors!- Conversion between metric and imperial at the touch of a button- LCD read-outSpecifications:Range Min 60 cm (2ft) - Max 12.5 m (41ft)Accuracy Better than 99.5% minimumBeam Angle 5° (+/-) typical at half powerOperating Temperature 0ºC (32º F) - 40ºC (104º F)Battery 9 voltIncluded as Standard:Soft-touch caseComes with a 2 Year manufacturers warrantyAdditional information regarding Ultrasonic MeasuresUltrasonic measures are not as accurate as laser measures. Any reference to laser in the description of ultrasonic measures relates to a laser pointer and not a laser measure. As a general rule ultrasonic measures usually do not cope with distances over 15m and become less accurate the further away an object is.Ultrasonics are not suitable for extremely accurate measurements and give a more general measurement rather than a precise one. They also require a fair size surface to bounce a signal off and small or varied surfaces will not give a good result.They are suitable for indoor use only and are ideal for room measurements where large flat walls are being pointed at. In all other cases a laser measure should be considered.



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