The rugged Leica DISTO X3 combines innovative measuring technologies with a site-proof design and simple user interface. Together with the Leica DST 360°, the x-series can be turned into a powerful 3D capturing station. with the rugged IP65 rating and drop tested up to 6, the DISTO X3 is up to the task of handling tough jobsite conditions. The housing and keypad are water jet and dust protected making cleaning a breeze by rinsing under running water. with our innovative tilt sensor and smart room capability, you can easily determine horizontal distances with absolute precision. You can even use your measurement data to automatically generate realistic and scaled floor plans with the DISTO plan app (available for iOS and Android). lastly, the display automatically rotates in line with the orientation of the device, meaning you can easily read the screen from any angle.
- Robust with protection class IP65 and drop tested to 6
- Designed to use indoors but possible to use outdoors when combined with a target plate
- Tilt sensor and smart room allows you to easily determine horizontal distances with absolute precision
- Rotating display which keeps the measurement in line with the device so you can easily read the screen from any angle
- DISTO plan app (available for iOS and Android, some features require subscription)
- Firmware updates are sent via Bluetooth with the DISTO plan app
- Measurement Standard: Metric,SAE
- Max Laser Distance (ft.): 500 ft.
- Tools Product Type: Hand Tool
- Condition: New
- Features: Digital
- Hand Tool Type: Range Meter
- Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor,Outdoor
- Compatible Battery Type: AA Batteries
- Reconditioned: No
- Product Height (in.): 5.2 in
- Product Depth (in.): 1.1 in
- Product Width (in.): 2.2 in
Good to use
I bought this model as an upgrade to my existing Disto i330, mainly for the bluetooth functionality and interaction with mobile CAD apps. However, I find the interface cumbersome to navigate, should I need to use any “fancy” option such as horizontal projections from angled measurements, or vertical measurements using triangulated methods. Also, I could not find a way to round measurements; the imperial settings only offer either, decimal feet or decimal inches. Most architectural drawings in the USA are formatted to feet + fractional inches (i.e. 2′-6 1/4″).
Quick shipping, So far So Good