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Labuduo Rangefinder, Distance Measuring Rangefinder with Storage

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Feature:
1. Industrial‑grade soft rubber keys, made of industrial‑grade soft rubber, are wear‑resistant and durable. Dustproof, anti‑fall, waterproof, safety protection, no fear of environmental challenges.
2. Coated lens, the measurement target is clearer, and the tripod connection hole makes the measurement more stable and convenient.
3. Continuous measurement, two‑point height measurement, a new method of distance measurement in seconds.
4. Integrated body shell, the body is made of ABS + PC material, non‑slip, drop resistant, and comfortable to touch.
5. High‑definition eyepieces, manual focusing, both nearsighted and presbyopia can be observed with naked eyes.


How to Use:
Power button: when it is not turned on, it is used as the power‑on button; after power‑on, short press is used as the measurement start button and measurement end button (scan mode).
MODE key: After pressing the power key to turn on the display interface, the mode can be switched by continuous short press.
Unit switching: Press the power button and MODE button for 0.5 seconds at the same time to switch the unit.
Angle calibration: Long press the power button to start calibration, the angle will flash at 0°0 once every second, put the rangefinderamp;nb











































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