Model # 763495

Internet #205223790

Leica DISTO D2 197 ft. Laser Distance Measurer

Discontinued Leica

DISTO D2 197 ft. Laser Distance Measurer

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Product Overview

The compact and handy model was specifically designed for indoor applications. Shortcut keys for addition, subtraction and area and volume calculation make measuring fast and very reliable. The last 10 measurements are also stored in the memory. As with all Leica laser distance meters, the laser dot is clearly visible.

  • Range 197 ft., accuracy 1/16 in.
  • Illuminated 3-line display
  • Flip out end piece
  • Includes 2 AAA batteries, lanyard, nylon pouch
  • Great solution for range meter measurement modes

    Range Meters

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Brand Johnson Leica Leica Leica
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Hand Tool Type
Range Meter
Measurement Standard
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2-Year replacement from date of purchase in case of manufacturer defects or register within 8 weeks of purchase to extend the warranty to 3 years

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Customer Questions & Answers

How does it measure angles

General directions on how th use it
Asked by: ron
The D2 unit you are referring to doesn't calculate angles. Also note this model has been discontinued. The best way to describe how our units measure angles is through the Pythagoras function. It uses triangular measurements to calculate angles is the easiest way to explain.
Answered by: Leica Disto
Date published: 2016-11-03
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