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ATuMan DUKA LS-1 Intelligent USB Rechargeable Digital Rangefinder for US$10.39 or (~A$14.56) Delivered @ Banggood AU

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ATuMan DUKA LS-1 Intelligent USB Rechargeable Digital Laser Rangefinder discounted again to $US10.39 with coupon BGATMLS delivered from an Aussie warehouse

Almost 2,500 5 star reviews.

Features:

This Laser Rangefinder has won 2019 the German iF Design Award, with it's light weight only 28g

Specifications:

Brand
ATuMan (DUKA)

Model
LS-1

Material
Aluminum alloy

Product type
Portable laser rangefinder

Measurement unit
m(meter), ft(foot), in(inch)

Measurement accuracy
± 2mm

Operating temperature
0℃-40℃

Storage temperature
-20℃-60℃

Battery
180mAh/About 3,000 times

Measuring range
0.03-40m

Laser type
Class2.620~670nm,<1mw

Charging method
DC 5V <0.2A

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closed Comments

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    Comes up as $15.11 for me with the code and free shipping

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      You have to deselect the shipping insurance option that is already checked.

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    Note that using this is kinda iffy.
    I find that comparing the distances it measures vs a physical tape measure it's sometimes off by 10mm+. So I just use it as a ball-park.

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      You can calibrate it.
      Mine was only out by perhaps 2mm but adjusted it.

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      I used this a couple of times and then never again.. Even for small distances it was unreliable and erratic. I ended up just paying for Bosch PLR-30C and it's usually within 1mm up to 30m away.

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        I ageee and won't be as good as a Bosch. This is more as a guide rather than a serious tool that requires absolute accuracy. The Bosch is somewhat more expensive and no doubt yiu get what you pay for.

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          I'll put it another way. If I had my $15 back, I'd spend it on a tape measure instead. :P

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    I brought one with angle measuring, level sensor, voice readout and trigonometric calculation etc. It is about $40.

    there is a $50-ish version with CAD output (not free?) via Bluetooth

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      Link?

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      I bought one of these a while back. The lack of a spirit level is a major shortcoming - if you’re measuring a wall, for instance, if you don’t do it perfectly horizontal or vertical then your measurements will always be off.

      Also being so small, just pressing/releasing the button to take a measurement will mess with the alignment/orientation.

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    Thanks, OP, got one

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    I have one, too small to steady when using it.

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    Thank you. Been meaning to buy one of these for a while now

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    Thanks

  • +1 vote

    what do people commonly use this for? renos?

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    The discount coupon "BGATMLS" has expired. Got the message "This coupon can only be used 100 times." when it was applied.

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      Worked fine for me just then.

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        Work for me too $15.11 AUD with insurance

  • -2 votes

    LOLS i remember this, bought one from banggood as well for that price months ago, ran out of stock so they left me there in limbo for like a quarter year then they shipped it and arrived pretty quickly considering the interval. Needless to say i tried measuring the distance to the moon and it came up inconclusive, so pretty sad for that but still pretty good toy.

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    Just tried the coupon and working again.

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    Woah so darn cheap compare to Bosch deal. I think I regret my purchase

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      People say these aren't as accurate as Bosch anyhow

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        Where's the evidence? any reviews

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          I have both. I use the Bosch. I never use this. You're better off spending your $15 on a nice tape measure.

          I've never had the Bosch unit give me a number more than 1 - 2mm out from what I get with a tape measure over 30m. The last time I used this cheap unit I was measuring something that was only 700mm and it wouldn't give me a reliable figure.

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            @Praeto: Woah that is convincing. Wth people use this for then

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              @neonlight: I have no problems with it. I however don't use it for work purposes. I use it to give me measurements of rooms (it's very accurate, as I cross checked with Tape Measure). I also use it for measuring bric a brac stuff eg: Roof Heights, Door frames, Windows etc. Works well but only for hobby purposes. I wouldn't be relying on anything but a tape measure if I was looking for absolute 100% to the mm accuracy. If needs to be within a couple of mm then no drama's myself using this.

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    What's this mystery carrier BGAU have used to send this?
    The having number is in the format A000092012345JNT… Not tracking as Australia Post, or Fastway/Aramax…

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    Got mine today

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    is code expired?

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    I just checked and it seems to have expired.