LTM1 2-in-1 Laser Tape Measure, 50’ Laser Measure, 16’ Tape Measure

ITEM # LTM1

LTM1 2-in-1 Laser Tape Measure, 50’ Laser Measure, 16’ Tape Measure

The 2-in-1 Laser Tape Measure is an innovative product from General Tools that combines two accurate measuring tools into one product. It is a 50ft laser distance measurer with a 16ft tape measure. Now you can quickly and easily get both long distance measurements and short-span precision from the same tool! Both DIYers and professionals will turn to this tool for its one person, one hand ease of use operation. This 2-in-1 Laser Tape Measure is affordable, durable, compact and gives you the freedom to work at your own pace and get the job done. Quickly measure the length of a room, determine the width of a table, or hang a picture frame. Everything you need is in the palm of your hand with the General Tools 2-in-1 Laser Tape Measure.

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Specifications

Includes

(1) Laser Tape Measure, (1) Philips Head Screwdriver, (2) AAA Batteries

DIMENSIONS

3.2 x 2.2 x 3.2 inches
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FAQS

FAQS

Can I change the reference point of the Laser measurement?

The laser measurement reference is fixed at the back edge of the LTM1, opposite the laser pointer (where the battery compartment is).

Can I change the measurement units of the laser measurement?

Measurements are only displayed in feet and fractional inches. Metric is not available on the LTM1.

How does the laser distance measure part work?

The optical measurement system works by shining an invisible infrared beam on a target, which reflects the beam back to the tool. The time it takes the beam to return is proportional to the distance t...
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Can measurement work without the red laser beam? Can I turn the laser pointer off?

The red laser is simply a pointer, used only to aim the beam. The IR beam which determines the measurement is invisible. The laser pointer has an auto shut off function but cannot be manually disabled...
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What are possible reasons why a reading could be incorrect?

The laser pointer is unsteady or moving too quickly. To steady the laser, press the back of the tool (the side with the battery compartment) against a flat subject such as the wall or floor. The ta...
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How do I retract the tape measure?

The tape lock release button is on the bottom of the tape measure.