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Leica Rugby 670: 


The Rugby 670 and Rugby 680 are semi-automatic lasers. Semi-automatic means that the laser self-levels only when in Level mode, not when grade is entered.

The Rugby 670 and Rugby 680 are laser tools for general construction and levelling applications such as:


 Setting forms

 Checking grades

 Controlling depths for excavations


If set up within the self-levelling range, the Rugby automatically levels to create an accurate horizontal plane of laser light. Once the Rugby has levelled, the head will start rotating and the Rugby is ready for use. 30 seconds after the Rugby has completed the levelling, the Elevation Alert (H.I.) function becomes active and protects the Rugby against changes in elevation caused by movement of the tripod to ensure accurate work.


The Rugby 670 and Rugby 680 can also be used to create sloped planes for applications such as:



 Parking lots



In Grade mode the Rugby checks first the position of the beam at level, then adjusts to the desired grade input. If a single grade is entered, the cross axis will continue to self-level. Once the Rugby has reached the desired grade, it does not self-level, but is monitored by Bump Alert   

Technical data
Leica Rugby 670
2.56 kg / 5.6 lbs
horizontal, dial-in
grade in single axis
Product type
Semi-auto grade
Plumb up
Grade range
± 8% SG
Smart Slope
Rotation – RPS
Scanning – degrees
Beam down
Sleep mode
Range (diameter) – Basic
600 m (2.000 ft)
Range (diameter) – RE140/160
800 m (2.600 ft)
RF remote control (diameter)
Li-Ion batt. / hours operation
Alkaline batt. / hours operation
Working temperature range
–20 to +50 °C
(–4 to +122 °F)
Storage temperature range
–40 to +70 °C
(–40 to +158 °F)
Seal (both excluding and
including battery pack)
212 × 239 × 192 mm
Laser class
Class 2
Laser type
635 nm (visible)
Measured at 20°C
(horizontal / vertical)
2.2 mm at 30 m
(3/32" at 100 ft)
± 1.5 mm at 30 m (1/16" at 100 ft)
3 years no cost (see PROTECT by Leica Geosystems policy for life time coverage)