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bosch laser tape measure manual

They are available for both current tools and tools that are no longer on the market. To find the correct manual, just enter the model number (e.g. 1013VSR). We may already have the answer for your questions. Text us here. Mon-Fri: 7:00-19:00 CST. It delivers laser precision technology and real-time measurement mode, taking instant and reliable measurements up to 65 Ft., so one person can size up the job in seconds. Square and compact by design, the BLAZE GLM 20 laser measure is ready for anywhere portability. It has a backlit display for easy viewing, even in dark areas.Laser Measure, (2) AAA Batteries Call us at 1-877-BOSCH99 (1-877-267-2499) or visit the Frequently Asked Questions. We may already have the answer for your questions. Text us here. Mon-Fri: 7:00-19:00 CST. Please make sure that the part number below matches the number in the information box on your tool. If the part number below does not match the one on your tool, please use our spare parts catalogue to search directly for the part you require. Amazon calculates a product’s star ratings based on a machine learned model instead of a raw data average. The model takes into account factors including the age of a rating, whether the ratings are from verified purchasers, and factors that establish reviewer trustworthiness. See All Buying Options Add to Wish List Disabling it will result in some disabled or missing features. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. It is Awesome! Reviewed in the United States on July 2, 2013 This has become one of the most useful items in my toolbox. First of all, it is very highly accurate. This gets annoying, since my powertools don't let me do much with a random decimal. It easily gives you 130 feet in range, and the minimum is about 6 in. My beam is straight as an arrow (someone said theirs shot off at an angle). It is durable and comes with a nice case.http://labkron.com/userfiles/bravo-ii-disc-publisher-manual.xml

I like the ability to have it calculate area and volume, although it is limited to rectangles - can't do odd shaped rooms. It would have been nice to have a backlight option for the screen. It doesn't replace a tapemeasure - which is needed when measuring something flat. For example, this won't do much to help you mark off a 2x4. When I first got it, I must have spent 30 minutes just measuring lots of random stuff.Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2014 I bought this laser measuring tool because of it's good reviews and my past history with Bosch tools. This is a well made and compact tool, and seems very accurate, to a 16th of an inch. However, the buttons are not self-descriptive and measurements are not always locked in after a measurement. Frustrating when you are taking a measurement, hear a beep that usually indicates the measurement is done, then try to get pen and paper to write it down, when the display is then wildly taking new measurements as you are holding it or swinging it around. However, I may be at fault here so I'll read the directions more thoroughly and report back later when I've had a better chance to use it. One feature I really like is the laser spot, it makes it easy to see you have the correct spot you want to measure from and to. The small laser beam is very precise. I want to love it, I hope I am in the wrong here. Please try again later. J. Ross 3.0 out of 5 stars This is a well made and compact tool, and seems very accurate, to a 16th of an inch. However, the buttons are not self-descriptive and measurements are not always locked in after a measurement. Frustrating when you are taking a measurement, hear a beep that usually indicates the measurement is done, then try to get pen and paper to write it down, when the display is then wildly taking new measurements as you are holding it or swinging it around.http://www.reichspfarrer.sk/bravo-ii-autoprinter-manual.xml

However, I may be at fault here so I'll read the directions more thoroughly and report back later when I've had a better chance to use it. One feature I really like is the laser spot, it makes it easy to see you have the correct spot you want to measure from and to. The small laser beam is very precise. I want to love it, I hope I am in the wrong here.Please try again later. Please try again later. It is Awesome! First of all, it is very highly accurate. This gets annoying, since my powertools don't let me do much with a random decimal. It easily gives you 130 feet in range, and the minimum is about 6 in. My beam is straight as an arrow (someone said theirs shot off at an angle). It is durable and comes with a nice case. I like the ability to have it calculate area and volume, although it is limited to rectangles - can't do odd shaped rooms. It would have been nice to have a backlight option for the screen. It doesn't replace a tapemeasure - which is needed when measuring something flat. For example, this won't do much to help you mark off a 2x4. When I first got it, I must have spent 30 minutes just measuring lots of random stuff.Please try again later. Please try again later. 1InkyCat 5.0 out of 5 stars Square footage disputes are one of the major causes of litigation in the real estate industry. I have now owned and used this model on a regular basis for over four years and it is still going strong. What I like about this model is: 1) I think it is an excellent value for the price relative to other options in the marketplace. 2) It can measure long distances. 3) It has a strong red beam which is easy to view on an opposing wall when measuring buildings internally and externally. 4) It is extremely accurate (I have compared the readings with measuring tape readings to ensure accuracy numerous times). This model makes a quiet clicking sound when you press the button to obtain a measurement.

The decimal readings have come in handy for my practice because this is the way floor plan software requires input. I found some of the earlier digital measuring tools to be unreliable in giving measurement readings on a consistent basis. This model is exceedingly reliable and sturdy. I highly recommend this model to other real estate professionals.Please try again later. Please try again later. CJE 5.0 out of 5 stars I bought several basement jacks from Amazon and very slowly raised the roof over a period of three weeks as it had dropped just over 3 inches by turning the screw part of the basement jacks a turn every day until they had raised the roof up to the correct height by checking it with the DLR30 now my wall is totally rebuilt and perfect. To me this tool is absolutely invaluable and I know I will have a lot more jobs that I will use it on, I was even able to check the rough openings for the windows to make sure they were square prior to nailing them together. If it had not been for this tool I would still be trying to get accurate measurements of the few studs that were left so I could make all the new studs the same length, its the most useful tool in my toolbox now, I also use a laser level on a tripod to make sure the studs are perfectly vertical which also showed the roof to be perfectly level as that tool can make a vertical red line and also a horizontal red line. I have lost count of the ordinary levels I have used and they have fallen from where I was working and became inaccurate because of the fall, this measuring laser will never fall as I have a one inch wide belt I use that the case fits perfectly on and the measuring tool is always in the pouch when not in use. Please try again later. Please try again later.I received one as a gift and I've been amazed at how useful it's been. First off, I was skeptical about the accuracy, so I made dozens of measurements with the DLR130K and compared it to the results I got with several tapes.

I got more scatter with the tape measurements than I did with the digital. There are many circumstances where using a tape either requires 2 people or isn't really very practical. For instance, I needed to measure the distance from a floor to various points on a cathedral ceiling, more than 20' high at the peak. With a tape, I would need to set up a ladder and move it from place to place. With the laser, I just set the end on the floor and fire away. Recently I was installing joists across a 16' span that was obstructed with construction equipment. Normally, it would have required 2 people and 2 ladders to do the measurements, but with the laser, I did it by myself in no time flat. The one place the lasers don't work well is outside, in full sun. I have found that you can overcome this limitation if you can create shade at the spot the laser hits, but this usually requires another person, which negates some of its advantage. The DLR130 can also be used to measure areas and volumes. In some ways this isn't a huge deal because once you have the measurements, you can make the calculations easily yourself. More of a convenience, I'd say. Yes, the laser is costly, but there are some jobs that make it worth the price.Please try again later. Please try again later. d.schwartz 5.0 out of 5 stars Very accurate and easy to use. I have been using it daily for over 3 months and cannot imagine my job without it. I have used several different types, both the laser GUIDED ultrasonic ones and the actual laser ones. The former ultrasonic ones are very inconsistent and really not worth the time. You lose any efficiency gained by the device if you are second guessing your measurements and they seem to be skewed by many different variables. This Bosch DLR130K is incredibly accurate and fits in easily in my hand. I am a painting contractor and use this device daily for my job. I have learned to guess distances pretty good, but this device feels like i am cheating.

Place on floor, shoot ceiling, instantly determine ceiling height up to a 16th of an inch. I no longer have to walk in large bedrooms full of a potential customers personal items. I just stand at the door, shoot width, depth, and height and carry on. The device itself seems very well made, as most Bosch branded products. Very easy to use. Laser is bright and clear. Rubberized armor surrounds the device and it looks like it could handle some rough use, though i am pretty careful with mine. The back door is the clip-type, but is very tight. All the buttons are on the front and the pictures on the buttons give a very good idea of their purpose, so no user manual really necessary. I only use the single shot straight measurement feature, but it can do the math for squared and cubed measurements. All the buttons have a nice, tactile feel to them and are not easy to accidentally press. The measurement will stay loaded until you take a new measurement. You can measure from the FRONT OR BACK of the device. It comes with a threaded hole in the bottom to use with a tripod, though i do not believe you can measure distance from that threaded hole, as some other devices can. It has an AUTO-OFF feature that is used literally every single time i use the device. Its had the same 4 AAA batteries in it from day one,so battery life doesnt seem to be an issue. It comes with a very nice soft carry pouch as well. It can commit a measurement to memory just like a calculator. I never use it, or foresee a reason to, but its still cool. The only real weakness of this device to me is the lack of a backlight. Sometimes in a dark room, it would be nice to be able to read the distance. But the distance does stay loaded on the screen until the next measurement, so its really not even a big deal. I never really use it outside. I use other ways to estimate houses outside and guesswork is more forgiving. I am sure it would work fine depending on conditions, but most lasers wash out outside.

Even high quality green lasers wash out in the right conditions, so i dont really see this as being a disadvantage of the device. In conclusion, i really like this device. It is one of those products that you cant help but smile every time you use it. It makes parts of my job MUCH faster. I did not research all the different lasers on Amazon. I went with the least expensive one with great reviews (the Bosch DLR130K) and i am very happy i didn't waste any time looking at other ones.Please try again later. Please try again later. Summer 4.0 out of 5 stars My favorite feature is its ability to read in fractional inches, feet with fractional inches, decimal feet and decimal meters, or convert a measurement you just made to any of these variations. The easy to understand buttons on the front allow measurements from the base of the device or the front of the device. The buttons have a decisive click when you push them and the meter sounds a double-click when the reading is taken. The red laser is bright so it's easy to see, even in bright light. Having no backlit display is about the only thing that keeps this from being perfect, but that has not been a big problem so far. The last reading remains on the LCD display until you take the next reading, so you can change the angle of the screen to see it better, or move to a lighted area without losing the reading. This tool has a solid, well-made feel and comes with a nice case that can be worn on your belt.Please try again later. Please try again later. Friend 3.0 out of 5 stars I found this out today while trying to use it during the hottest day of the year so far. It was 102 degrees F outside where I was working and I had this unit up against the shaded side of a painted beam and a thermometer icon began to flash on the screen and the unit would not work until I turned it off and turned it back on. It only worked once before the icon began to flash again.

Once I got home I looked at the instructions and the operating temperature range is listed as 14 to 122F (-10 to 50c). In one of the modes the max temp is 104F, which I was not using at the time. I know that it was not 122 out and I don't think the surface I was working on was over 122 either, and even if it was, the unit itself would not have gotten that hot in the short period of time I was using it. I may have gotten a defective product, but I frequently go into attics which often exceed 120 degrees F and I now realize that this unit will not hold up in those conditions.Please try again later. Please try again later. David Filmer 5.0 out of 5 stars The tool is easy and intuitive to use. I will admit that the preponderance of buttons in the product photo initially intimated me (even though I am an engineer). I remember my first scientific calculator - it took me hours to figure out how to use it (and I could not have retained this knowledge without regular use). But this tool is VERY easy to use. The first thing you have to realize is that no such tool will ever completely replace your steel tape measure. If you ever need to measure and cut a 2x4 (or a piece of crown molding), you will not use this tool - you will (and you should) use your trusty steel tape (and hope that you didn't drop it and bend the claw). I can do much better with my steel tape under ideal conditions for a steel tape. But there are LOTS of times that my steel tape is a pretty crappy measuring tool. I have wanted to measure open spans, or distances straight up. Before my purchase, my main concern was that it did not have a belt-clip (as do almost all steel tapes). My steel tape spends much more time on my belt than in my hand. However, this tool comes with a high-quality carrying pouch with a belt loop (you can put it on without undoing your belt).Please try again later. Please try again later. Q. Wang 4.0 out of 5 stars After testing them I've decided to use the DLR130.

It's a little bit less confusing -- more intuitive to use since it has fewer bells and whistles. A Review of BOSCH's laser Distance Measurer EXTERIOR In order to determine how long it takes light to travel four inches, it takes a pretty damn sophisticated clock to accomplish that feat. The DLRK130's case is made of sturdy plastic, in part, and also sports an easy-to-grip rubber outer surface which is pleasant to the touch and affords some protection against accidental damage. It seems to be solidly constructed. The battery compartment is easily accessed and the batteries are not cramped -- they are easy to replace. DISPLAY The black and white LCD screen is not parallel with the top surface of the unit; rather it is angled slightly inwards, making the angle of view more pleasant than if it were coplanar to the upper surface. There is no backlight and his has been a major stickler for other reviewers of this product. THE BUTTONS The buttons, although small, are generally well laid out and well labeled but in my opinion but some improvements could have been made. This implementation requires considerable pressure to activate the unit's function buttons. The button which is to be depressed at the instant of measurement requires substantial pressure; the distant lasered spot moves in response to that jerky reaction which results from a finger press. If the designers had seen fit to construct at least this one button differently so that it is were more sensitive, it would be much easier and less frustrating to exact measurements from small and distantly lasered targets. However, when the numbers from memory are displayed, not all units of measurements are available, and stepping through that button causes no change resulting from some of these button presses. This is slightly irritating because when one depresses a button one expects something to happen. It's a programming glitch or it's attributable to oversight on the part of Bosh's management, in my opinion.

MANUAL The instructions are thoughtfully written. It's a small passport-size booklet, 19 pages, although on newsprint type paper and it has those multi language sections but they are not well identified. Items pointed out in the manual are referred to by their numbers on one main diagram; this makes for a great deal of page-flipping in this diminutive booklet. The Bosch Distance Measurer and its manual are made in Malaysia. I suspect the thing was designed in Germany because Bosch is a German company, well respected worldwide for its quality tools amongst other things. TRIPOD The measurer has the ability to measure distances from its front as well as from the rear surfaces (rear is the default). A standard threaded hole is provided on the bottom of the unit in order to attach the measurer to a tripod. Measurements maybe made when this laser measurer accounts for the dimensions of its own size (from front or back) but not from the tripods position. I think this shortcoming is the greatest deficit of this measurer and it could have easily been designed into its functionality to obviate this shortcoming. This, what to my mind is a serious deficit makes it very inconvenient to measure, say, the dimensions of some large room, as one would have to obtain its measurement by abutting the unit to a wall in order to measure a distance to the opposite wall. Such a one-step procedure is fine and simple for normal sized rooms that have no clutter so that one can walk up to the wall from which a laser measurement is to be taken. For larger rooms where the midpoint of the room is within the maximum range of the unit, two tripod measurements from near the middle of the room, going in opposite directions would be preferred, and could easily be obtained by adding the distances of the opposite directions. Addition of measurement is a native functionality of this measurer, after all.

As it is, this simple rotational measurement is not possible because measurements from the tripod location is not an option because the tripod location is unknown to the unit. PACKAGING Its box is standard, of the kind one might see hanging from a display hook at a hardware store. The packaging was clearly not designed by Steve Jobs. Utility Pouch A sturdy and roomy canvass carrying case is provided with which one may carry the unit attached to one's belt. (To see a good picture, G0OGL 'nowscape bosh'). LABELING The warning labels affixed to both sides of this unit are small and impossible to read; however ample warnings are given in the manual regarding the danger of laser light to the eye. I have been unable to achieve the measurement of the maximum distance claimed according to the manual (of 131 feet). My maximum measurement at night, onto a snow bank, was 126 feet. I have not tried to verify the accuracy claim. I have taken measurements using a tripod, to a spot and obtained exactly the same readings ad nauseam. I have, however compared this unit's results with those of its sibling, the GLR225 Laser Distance Measurer and almost always identical readings result on both units. When they differ, the difference is only in the third digit to the right of the decimal point. The units can display three decimal positions after the decimal point but when measurements are transferred to the memory only two decimal positions remain visible on the display. PRODUCT REGISTRATION AND PRIVACY The product registration sheet which came with this thing a asks for some rather personal questions. You know the kind of product registration sheet - that thing nobody ever fills out, but some people do; and always they ask you to put your own postage stamp on it. For example, the product registration asks for your annual household income and whether you own lease or rent your home, etc.

And this business of having to supply your own stamps in order to provide the manufacturers with information that they value, is how it's been since day one, and it's an enigma to me, especially in this day and age where businesses clamor to steal your personal information. OVERALL I bought this to make a planned room annex for my house easier. I shall have to measure one existing room accurately and of course I'll have to measure things during construction. So far I like this unit very much. Maybe I will post an update later after I use it in practice. And it makes an excellent cat laser toy too, BTW. The above occurred to me about the things that could have been changed or considered, some more easily done than others, or could have been thought about in the design of this very nice Bosch Distance Measurer. Amazon doesn't permit external links in its reviews. If you G0OGL 'nowscape bosh' you can find this review and some pictures. ADDENDUM Bosch's other model, the GLR225: It has a built-in bubble vial to provides visual reference when measuring horizontal distances, and it provides 4 measuring reference points for optimum usage: back, front, tripod attachment point and a metal swing-out extension pin for measuring from inside corners or channels.Please try again later. Please try again later. It is ideal for measuring walls, fabric and wood for furniture. Fabric and cord lengths can be metered for sewing projects, like the back of a curved chair or curtains. It can also be used to determine how long cables must be for home electronics and entertainment systems. Extending the uses of the Zamo laser measure, it can be attached with a click, delivering swift results on an even wider range of projects. Show Product Zamo - Tape Adapter Easy-to-use Tape Adapter provides accurate measurements of distances and objects With the handy and compact Tape Adapter, the Zamo measures distances and circumferences of up to 1.5 metres.

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