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New Laser-Guided Distance Measure Eliminates Unruly Tapes for Indoor Measuring

August 18, 2011

CARSON CITY, Nev., Aug. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Calculated Industries, maker of the award-winning Construction Master® calculators, has developed the Laser Dimension Master II, an ultrasonic distance measuring device that measures up to 50 feet indoors and is accurate to 99.0%.

Ultrasonic measuring devices are much easier to use than old-fashioned roll-up tape measures. One person can make quick, accurate room measurements in seconds. Just press the button and aim the laser at the distant wall or surface you’re measuring to, listen for the two beeps and the measurement is displayed in Feet-Inches or meters on the large backlit LCD display. Floor-to-ceiling measurements are just as easy, with no risk of injury on step stools or ladders. The Laser Dimension Master II is small (5 inches long), comes in a zipped protective cover, and easily fits in a hand, shirt-pocket or purse. The LDM II also has a built-in laser aimer/pointer.

The Laser Dimension Master II is ideal for real estate agents, interior decorators, appraisers, estimators, contractors/builders, designers, remodelers, do-it-yourselfers, painters — anyone who needs accurate indoor room measurements up to 50 feet.

MSRP for the Laser Dimension Master II is $39.95. For more information, call 1-800-854-8075 or go to http://www.calculated.com.

Founded in 1978, Calculated Industries is the country’s leading manufacturer of professional trade calculators and digital measuring tools. CI products are designed and tech-supported in Carson City, Nevada.

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Contact:
Mike Greenan
Public Relations
775-445-6235
mikeg@calculated.com

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SOURCE Calculated Industries


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