Laser Measuring Tools
Find laser measuring tools for any budget
Laser measuring tools get the job done when a tape measure just won't do. Looking to measure something over a long distance? A laser measuring tool guarantees an accurate measurement even when measuring long distances, up to 100 feet or more. When you extend a tape measure 100 feet, it's a challenge to get an accurate reading. It's a two-person job. If one person holds it too taut or not taut enough, the measurement will be off. If you have a laser level, it's a simple one-person job. Just point and press the button. Plus, you can point up to get a floor-to-ceiling measurement, which saves you from having to climb a ladder.
Some models will even subtract the length of the laser measuring tool so that you don't have to worry about factoring that in. Most laser measuring tools can also do basic mathematical calculations, including addition, subtraction, area and volume. Some will even store the measurements. That's especially nice for absentminded workers; it's easy to transpose the numbers if you try to keep track of all the measurements in your head and writing it down means you have to keep track of a pad of paper and a pen.
Since projects often require different units of English or metric measurements, it's helpful to have a laser measuring tool because you can measure in inches (from tenths to feet), millimeters, meters and so on. You'll find some will even allow you measure at an angle. With a laser measuring tool, not only will you have a more accurate reading, but you'll also save a lot of time when coming up with it.
Sears carries a number of laser measuring tools so you'll easily find one that's budget-friendly. If you're looking for something that's a steal, the ACCUTRAC Laser Measuring Tool from Craftsman is a great option. Craftsman is America's most trusted brand. You can quickly and easily get all the measurements you need. You'll appreciate the level of accuracy. It measures from Point A to Point B (up to 100 feet) with an accuracy of plus or minus one 1/8 of an inch. If you're looking for something that can go even farther, check out the Laser Distance Measure Kit from Johnson. It can measure up to 165 feet with an accuracy of plus or minus 1/16 of an inch. It can also be used indoors or outdoors, horizontally or vertically. With a backlit LCD screen, you can see the reading in almost any lighting situation. The sound-activated measuring mode will be a godsend when you have to measure in unusual lighting situations or when in awkward positions, such as with the tool above your head.
Sears is the place to turn to when you need measuring tools or measuring tool accessories. In addition to laser measuring tools, we have everything from angle finders to micrometers. We have the brands you trust at the prices you can afford. What are you waiting for? Start shopping!