I will start by saying the Moasure tool will change completely how you approach quoting and measuring up your landscape jobs.
As a Landscape Architect, I visit dozens of site a year, and often the issue I run into is not having available survey information. Previously measure by hand was the only way to get measurements, and grade changes were always a best guess. This measuring process was time consuming and time away from the computer designing is lost product time.
Measuring with moasure has sped up the process of measuring complex shapes and allowing me to get changes in grades without investing in more expensive equipment. The direct export to CAD has further reduced by drafting time as I no longer have to work off hand drawings and PDFS.
You are going to want to get the Moasure stick as I can image bending over constantly to measure can be a real pain. Its very sturdy and adjusts to different heights to work in tight spaces.
While this is a great product there are a few things you should note before going out into the field. Make sure you practice using it before going out. Watch the tutorial videos, test it in your own backyard, verify your practice measurements with a tape measure so you know you are doing it correctly. Moasure is a great tool, but a tool that still requires you to know what you are doing. It is not a major learning curve, but nonetheless you need to learn and its best to do that before you are on the clients property. A side note, the charging cord is very short and I suggest you get a longer one.
Overall highly recommended the product and I am happy that it is already paying dividends in time reduction and accuracy.