Yes, measuring with a STANLEY TruLaser Measuring tool is better than using an ultrasonic device. Laser beams travel at the speed of light, so they are much faster and not influenced by air temperature and density. Laser also maintains its visible beam over long distances, whereas sonic units spread into large, invisible cones, disallowing one to see exactly the spot to which is being measured.
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