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January 21st, 2014
Leica Rugby 600 Professional Rotating Lasers Focus on Affordability and Performance

Whether construction workers need to align formwork, level ceiling, set-out walls or check grades on constructions sites, the Rugby 600 series provide an easy user-friendly interface for straight-forward operation thus increasing customers’ productivity and efficiency on site.

Five tough construction laser models for all levelling and alignments tasks 
The Leica Rugby 610 is a one-button laser that works perfectly for simple horizontal alignment tasks, the Rugby 620 adds a manual slope feature for matching existing grades. For quick and easy interior and exterior alignment works, the Rugby 640 is a perfect choice ; the multipurpose rotating laser includes Leica Geosystems’ exclusive “Scan 90” feature, beam down and power-saving sleep mode. The Rugby 670 and 680 are semi-automatic grade lasers providing continuous monitoring of the laser plane ensuring  accurate performance over the course of the day.


Li-Ion for long operation times

The new generation of long-lasting Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery is extremely robust and allows more than 40 hours of operation per charge. The battery packs are interchangeable throughout the new Leica Rugby 600 Series.

Lifetime manufacturer’s warranty, 3 years no cost 
Customers will benefit from the unique PROTECT by Leica Geosystems service offered. The warranty covers the entire product lifetime and features free of charge repair or replacement for all products that suffer defects as a result of faults in materials or manufacturing. The 3 Year No Cost period includes the repair or replacement of all defective parts,  labour time, adjustment and calibration.

Availability

The new Leica Rugby 600 Series is available by the end of January. More details and ordering information can be obtained from all authorised Leica Geosystems construction tools distribution partners.

For more information on the new Leica Rugby 600 Series construction lasers and PROTECT by Leica Geosystems please visit: http://www.leica-geosystems.com/rugby_600