Do you want to get an edge out on the course?
Ok, then you need a state of the art range finder!
If there’s anything that can really affect your game, it’s having to estimate the distance to a flag, hole or hazard!
We all know how difficult that can be.
Playing at a new course?
No course caddy available?
New pin position?
All of these situation can be a problem for someone who doesn't have a super duper range finder to help them....
So, we decided to dedicate this article to help you find the Best golf rangefinder out on the market for YOU today.
We will walk you through all the important key features and functions that will help you get the best rangefinder possible.
And on top of this we'll go on to review 10 of our top picks that are all worthy of being called the “Best golf rangefinders”.
Lets take a look at our Top 3 Picks:
1. Barska Blueline - OUR TOP PICK
2. Halo XRT7-7 - BEST All ROUNDER
3. TONOR laser gold - BEST VALUE
So, if you want to get a hold of the best just keep on reading!
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The Test Winner After 30 Hours Of Research
Our Top Pick: Tectectec VPro 500
Why is it better?
Our top 5 Golf Rangefinders (more below)
TONOR laser gold
SereneLife Premium golf
Nikon 8397 ACULON AL11
TecTecTec VPRO500 Range Finder - Our Top Pick
Let us introduce our top pick - the TecTecTec VPRO.
Yes it's a bit of a mouthful to pronounce, but this is the best rangefinder on the market today.
Read on to find out why!
The VPRO500 range finder can scan up to 540 yards and offers you up to 3 scanning modes with advanced pinsensor technology which measures quickly with an error margin of +/- 1 yard.
This technology is also great for target obscure or overlapping targets like golf flags, hazards, etc.
The lenses are multilayered and provide amazing clarity that you will admire right away!
You will love how lightweight and compact it is. It in fact measures just 1.6 x 2.8 x 4.1 inches in dimensions and 6.6 oz in weight.
You furthermore get a CR2 battery, carry pouch, user manual, and strap included in the purchase so you are pretty much ready to use the rangefinder from the get-go!
In case if you are interested, we have a more-in depth review of VPro 500 here that you can check.
The Best Laser Rangefinders For 2019
Now we come onto the the actual detail of the review - where we dig in a little deeper. Below you will find out top 10 picks, why we liked then and the pros and cons of each.
Within a few minutes you should have a fairly good idea which Rangefinder is suited to your needs and be confident making a purchase.
1. BARSKA Blueline Golf Scope
The BARSKA Blueline Golf Scope is one of the tiniest rangefinders out there.
With dimensions of 1.6 x 1.4 x 3.7 inches and a weight of 5.1 oz, it is, in fact, one of the lightest and most compact rangefinders out there.
However, it packs quite a bit of a punch despite being so puny.
The BARSKA Blueline Golf Scope can measure from 50 yards to 200 yards with great clarity.
In addition, the ruby coated optics prevents sun glares to give you a more concentrated target viewing.
The quality and durability of this rangefinder is also impressive when you learn that it is made from imported leatherette/nylon materials and is furthermore waterproof thanks to the O-ring.
No batteries required and to add to that, it comes with a pouch.
The BARSKA Blueline Golf Scope also comes with a Limited Lifetime guarantee as the cherry on top!
2. Halo XRT7-7 Rangefinder
The XTR7-7 rangefinder can show you targets up to a range of 450 yards.
It offers 6x magnification and is therefore great for zooming into your target.
And furthermore, it promises great accuracy since it comes with a line of error of only + or – 1 yard.
One thing you’ll will notice about the XTR7-7 rangefinder is its odd yet very clever shape.
It is made to echo the shape of your grip and as a result, is super comfortable to hold. Moreover, it is very lightweight and compact; measures 8.5 x 2.5 x 6.5 inches in dimensions.
Apart from that the XTR7-7 rangefinder is waterproof and includes 1 CR2 lithium ion batteries.
And finally, you get a yearlong warranty on it too.
You can read our full Halo XRT6 Rangefinder Review here.
3. TONOR Laser Golf Rangefinder
On our quest to cater to the tightest of budgets, we have for you an amazing contender that comes in under $100.
But don't let the low price tag put you off - it's a damn good rangefinder.
The TONOR laser golf rangefinder may be cheap, but it is in no way basic.
It can offer you a range of up to a whopping 600 yards and does all the reading within seconds! You have 2 measurement units of yard and meters which is great.
And furthermore, the TONOR laser gold rangefinder boasts a margin of error of just 1 yard more or less.
As for the display, you have an LCD and 6X magnification from a 24mm lenses objective; viewing doesn’t get any better than this!
Apart from that, the TONOR laser golf rangefinder is super lightweight and compact; measures 105 x 73 x 40 mm in dimensions, and just 190 grams in weight.
It is a vertical finder and thus has no curvature to it.
The TONOR laser gold rangefinder is also shockproof and waterproof so you can use it fairly roughly without fearing much damage.
In addition, the finder comes with useful accessories like a strap, carrying pouch and on top of that, 1 CR2 battery is included in the purchase.
The feature that takes the cake, however, is that it has a mode specifically and entirely dedicated to golf!
4. SereneLife Premium Golf Rangefinder
Next, on our list, we have the Premium golf rangefinder from SereneLife.
It also happens to be one of the best-selling rangefinders online.
Read on to find out why!
The Premium golf rangefinder offers you a range from 5.5 up to 546.4 yards, offers 6X magnification and has 24mm objective lens.
The level of accuracy is +/- 1 yard which is darn close, and you also enjoy manually adjustable lenses focus for precision and clarity.
It measures 4 x 1.6 x 2.9 inches in dimensions and weighs 0.407 lb, and is therefore clearly very portable.
Speaking of which, you have you CR2 battery included along with your carrying pouch.
The neatest feature on the Premium golf rangefinder has to be its pin seeker mode locks on your target flag rather than its background object.
Great for golfers with shaky hands!
5. Nikon 8397 ACULON AL11 Laser Rangefinder
The 8397 ACULON AL11 laser rangefinder exudes the Nikon quality in every way.
This rangefinder can offer you range from 5 yards to up to a massive 550 yards.
The 5th member in our list is from one of the most household companies in the industry: Nikon.
And we have for you today the 8397 ACULON AL11 laser rangefinder.
The camera quality in unquestionable since it uses 20 mm objective lens, multi layer coated optics, uncluttered display and offers 6X magnification.
It furthermore has a long eye-relief of 16.7 mm which is great for people who wear glasses.
It compact and lightweight; measures just 3.6 x 2.9 x 1.5 inches in dimension and weighs 6pz (with battery).
Speaking of which, you get a CR2 battery and a carrying pouch with the purchase.
The finder is uses is great against sun glares, is waterproof and can show in 1-yard increment.
One feature that stands out most, however, is the rangefinder’s Distant Target Priority mode.
This mode takes you to the furthest target, among more like it, that could be obscured by glass, trees or other distractions.
The 8397 ACULON AL11 laser rangefinder exudes the Nikon quality in every way! We also have a massive guide about Nikon 8397 here.
6. Precision Pro Golf Nexus Laser Rangefinder
Next, we have the Nexus laser rangefinder from Precision Pro Golf.
Let’s just say that it was designed to impress you.
Read on to find out why!
The Nexus laser rangefinder offers you a range coverage of up to 400 yards and boasts a small margin of error of just + or – 1 yard.
This rangefinder features an advanced target lock function, which makes sure that you get the distance measurement to the flag and not the greens or distractions behind it.
You have 6X magnification and 1/10 yard measurements for max control.
It is light and compact and cleverly designed to complement your palms with its curves.
With the purchase, you also get a CR2 battery and a carrying case among the usual things, which includes manual and cleaning cloth.
Finally, with the Nexus laser rangefinder, you will also be enjoying the assurance due the 1-year warranty it comes with.
7. Nikon Coolshot 20 Laser Golf Rangefinder
We are back with Nikon yet again on our list, this time with the Coolshot 20 laser golf rangefinder.
Nikon make great laser rangefinders, so no wonder we have 2 in out top 10 list.
Read on to find out why!
The Coolshot 20 laser golf rangefinder can offer range from 6 to 550 yards which are nice.
It is quick, is fast and offers some exceptional viewing and display thanks to its 6-power monocular featuring Nikon’s quality optics.
Its first target priority helps to scan out the flag from the background. This rangefinder is just as good on the hands as it is on your eyes.
Measuring in at just 3.6 x 2.9 x 1.5 inches in dimensions and weighing just 4.4 oz, the Coolshot 20 laser golf rangefinder is as compact as compact can get.
And its textured sides furthermore help to improve the hand-feel.
This guy also features an 8-second scanning and is proudly waterproof.
And the Coolshot 20 laser golf rangefinder finally completes the package with a 2-year warranty.
Don't forget to checkout our full Nikon Coolshot 20 Rangefinder review.
8. Bushnell Tour V4 Rangefinder
No list would be complete nor valid without a few Bushnell here and there.
And consequently, we have for you a rangefinder that users swear by: the Tour V4 rangefinder.
First of all, the Tour V4 rangefinder offers range coverage from 5 yards to whopping 1000 yards, and over 400 yards to a flag within 1 yard.
Second and probably our most favorite feature on this finder is its pin seeker and that it give out short bursts of vibration that indicate that the laser has locked into the flag.
This means more readings that are accurate and less fidgeting!
Speaking of which, the Tour V4 rangefinder is compact in design and fits comfortably in your hand.
You furthermore have 5X magnification and fast focus system which provides more clarity.
Apart from these, you get a CR2 battery and a premium carrying case.
And finally, to top it off, you get a 2-year warranty from the company as well.
Also Read: Bushnell Medalist Laser Rangefinder
8. Bushnell Tour V4 Rangefinder
And the last and final name to make it to our list of the Best golf rangefinder is from Bushnell yet again.
But this time we are back with the White Hybrid GPS/laser rangefinder; a notch above the rest.
The White Hybrid GPS/laser rangefinder offers range from 10 to 1000 yards which is VERY impressive, and 300 yards to flag with +/- 1 yard accuracy.
This finder, quite like our previous Bushnell rangefinder, lock in and vibrates when it has made the perfect target which is always great for golfers since this way they know they locked in on the flag.
The neat thing is that you can see distance from the front, back and center of the of the green.
It also features advanced technologies like pin seeker, auto hole advance and auto course recognition for smooth, effortless and efficient readings.
Here’s what makes the White Hybrid GPS/laser rangefinder stand out from the rest: its GPS.
This hybrid rangefinder has over 3000 preloaded courses and all that too, without the hassle of fees in selected countries and continents.
You further more have a 1-year warranty to back you up in case of any damage of fault.
The White Hybrid GPS/laser rangefinder is definitely on the higher-end side of the spectrum, and now you know why!
Wondering the different between the V3 and the V4? Check out our Bushnell Tour V4 vs V3: Which One to Choose article.
The Only Rangefinder Buying Guide You Ever Need
Let’s focus on the buying guide now.
There are certain things that you need to keep in mind when you are planning to buy a golf rangefinder.
This section is all about that.
Obviously, you won’t be required to meet all of these requirements. That’s not logical.
But they will give you an idea of the things to look for when searching for the best golf rangefinders out there.
First of all, begin by deciding on the range you would require on the golf course.
There’s not much to explain here since it is pretty self-explanatory.
The range will decide the distance (in yards or meters) your rangefinder will scan up to. Choose a range a little higher than what you know your shots are capable of.
Choose a rangefinder that offers you 500 yards at least. And refrain from buying a rangefinder with a range too high if it is no use to you since range does add up to the price.
However, if you have some extra bucks to splurge then go all out!
If your rangefinder does not offer you any bit of feature that could elevate and complete your user experience, then we’re sorry to say this but you bought yourself a monocular.
Don’t be that guy!
Pay attention to features since this is essentially what will decide the efficacy of your finder at the end of the day.
Some basic features should at least includes things like magnification (possibly from 4X onwards), pin seeker and conversion (we will cover this shortly).
However, if you are looking forward to some advanced features then you may want to look into things like golf modes, target priority modes, and so on.
Now, let’s bust this issue right here: unit conversions. Most rangefinders will show you the distance in yards, by default.
And this seems to be an awfully common problem with many golfers.
If you are one of them, then we would recommend that you check before purchasing.
Check if the finder allows you to covert distances from yard to meter, and of course, vice versa. This could be easily done by pressing down on a button nearest to the start button for a few seconds.
Keep your eyes open for those problematic ones that make you adjust the unit every time you are checking a new distance.
4. Rechargeable or Battery-Powered
Here’s something you have to decide entirely because it is one of those things which will forever vary from people to people.
Each power source, however, has their own pros and cons.
Rechargeable rangefinders are great because they will, even to the smallest extent, be lighter. These types of rangefinders are economical and power-efficient as well.
Battery-powered finders on the other hand, allow you to use the finder continuously as you please. If one battery runs out, you can insert another and carry on, see?
Nevertheless, here is the problem with them: they can be expensive in the long run.
The battery used in most rangefinders is a CR2, which can easily cost above $10 each if you, are into the good stuff.
5. Laser or GPS, or both?
Laser rangefinders use….well, laser to find out the distance whereas, GPS rangefinders use pre-loaded course as an “already-ready’ for reference for distance measurements.
GPS is faster since every distance is pre-loaded and calculated, but bear in mind that GPS rangefinders don’t work for every course or country.
In addition, sometimes you may even have to pay subscription fees to access your course. Here’s a good discussion about this.
Rangefinders are small as is, but you may want to look for something that you will be able to fit into your pocket or hold for an hour or two without any fatigue.
Also, look for finders that have a nice, textured grip or ones that complement the curves of your fingers or palm.
There’s nothing that makes your stomach more warm and fuzzy than opening the newly arrived box to find heaps of accessories with you purchase, other than the manual of course.
And it is even more amazing when they are useful!
This feature isn’t something we would deem mandatory or compulsory, but hey, nobody’s has ever complained about complementary stuff!
Look for lanyards that go around your wrists or neck. This way it will be closer to you and you can pick it up fast anytime you need it. It will also make sure that you don’t lose it.
And it is also great if your rangefinder comes with a quality pouch or carrying case.
Keeps them organized and safe from damages.
Worst case scenario: your rangefinder doesn’t come with any. In that case, we recommend you buy some off Amazon instead. They are useful and won’t cost much at all.
8. After Sales Security
Smart consumers should, in fact everybody should take warranties seriously.
However, we have learned it the hard way that maybe warranties shouldn’t be a headache to you anymore. And if it is for something super cheap, unreliable and from an insincere company, then we say forget about it.
However, when it comes with expensive rangefinders then this equation obviously changes.
We in fact, also encourage you to look out for money-back offers, trials, and lifetime guarantees and make the most of them.
A great customer service is also very appealing so keep a lookout for great brands with great customer base, reviews and so on.
Laser Rangefinder FAQ's
- How do I know if my rangefinder can be used on tours or not?
Answer: Great question since we knew this was going to bother some people out there. There are a few rangefinders that won’t be allowed on tours due to various reasons.
However, almost 90% of rangefinder pass this filter easily which is why we didn’t mention it. Nevertheless, if you’d like be a 100% sure still, then check the packaging. And if doesn’t have the information mentioned, then check if it is USGA passed. This, therefore, ensures that the rangefinder is approved for tours.
- How reliable are warranties?
Answer: Although we don’t condone it, we usually don’t bother our readers or any shopper to pay much attention to warranties or guaranties on very cheap, easily available products that have little reliance. Most of the time they don’t come with warranties of such puny stuff or the manufacturers won’t honor it.
However, high-end rangefinders are not one of them since you paid good money for it. You may want to pay attention to the warranties. Any after-sales security deals like money-back, 30 day return, etc, is should in fact interest you.
This is because they charge you fortunes based on their claims and so it’s only normal that you stay alert. Ask and check for all the warranty papers and register on the finder’s website if you have to.
Rangefinders are probably the essential golf accessory for serious golfers, and owning a high-quality and loyal one is an investment too since it will stay and work beside you for years to come.
And because we understand this, our comprehensive and detailed consumer guide about rangefinders has been put together so that you have all you will need to find that perfect finder out of the lot.
And if you want to trust our judgments and opinion, then pick your favorite one right from our list of the detailed reviews of the rangefinders.
We have compiled for you a mix of basic and fancy, affordable and high-end. Nobody goes empty-handed from our reviews, and neither will you!
With this, it’s a wrap to our article. We hope you picked up some very useful and essential information from it.
However, feel free to click on the product link on each review if you feel the need to take a better look. And finally, test and try out before the product before purchase.
We will see you next time. Good luck!
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Best Laser Rangefinders | Gear Test | Golf Monthly
Hello welcome belong to Goodwood Golf Club where tell me we're running through some of the best laser rangefinders on the market now why should you choose a laser rangefinder over say a GPS watch or a GPS handheld device well there's a number of reasons first of all laser rangefinders tend to be a lot more precise than GPS unit so you can give they give you specific points to the flag and also points on the course where a GPS device is often to give you generic front middle and back distances so if you're after really specific distances two pins a laser rangefinder it's going to deliver that for you obviously they have their limitations and that they only work on line of sight so if you are blocked out by tree say or you've got a blind hole a laser rangefinder is going to have difficulty in giving you the distance that you want but generally speaking they're very quick to use they're very easy to use and also they come in a similar price point to GPS handheld devices with a little bit of extra accuracy and speed another thing that lasers offer you is slope adjusted distances so either built into the same unit or separate unit which cost a little bit more they'll give you slow adjusted distances based on the gradient a change of the shots from where you are to the flag to help you give you more accurate clubbing information for your shot so lots of pros when it comes to Laser laser rangefinder devices we've picked out six of our favourites and we're going to run through them now the pros and cons of each to help you perhaps give you a little more insight into how they perform and why you might choose one over another [Music] so the first laser rangefinder I've picked out from the six is the Bushnell tour V for shift now the interesting thing about this not only is it the lightest laser out the six that we've picked but it also offers slope switch technology here on the side via a switch on the side you can see moves up and down and that justit's from standard distances to sleep with just two distances so it's all built in one device which makes it really convenient not only for tolerant rounds which makes it legal but it's not employed within practice rounds about courses you not play before you can employ that slope function and they'll give you slow adjuster distances so a lot of Technology crammed into this one device we found it really easy to use it's got kind of griffey areas on the top and bottom that allows you to get a firm hold on it what we don't like about this laser is how the switch is actually quite easy to knock it's a little bit too sensitive so you can find yourself accidentally adjusting it maybe in your bag or in your hand but other than that we really like the functionality of it it's really clear to see the the viewfinder is fantastic and of course we've not mentioned the jolt functionality on this so gives you a little bit of a vibrating burst when you pick out the flag from the background to let you know that you've got the right distance so like a lot of Technology putts into this if you're looting the market for a laser it's going to give you a little bit of everything I think the saw v4 shift is one you should be considering it comes in at 339 pounds [Music] so next up is the personal Pro x2 and in contrast to the tall v4 shift this is a lot heavier comes in at 227 grams who actually like that gives you a little bit of extra stability compared to the tour v4 shift it's got the same slopes for its technology but it's got a longer range that's what you're paying for you're paying for extra precision from a longer distance so you can pick out flux and further away and it is 100% waterproof so you haven't got to be worried about caught getting caught up in a shower with this so a little extra money comes in at 449 pounds but you getting a longer range a little bit more functionality and waterproof protection as well all right next up is a NIC honk all shot a TVR there's one of two lasers from Nikon featuring in this video this weighs 200 grams it's got a very tacky feel to it so it's very easy to get a firm hold of this and it fits really nicely in your hand the thing I'm really liked about this later it's got vibration reduction technology well that is essentially stabilizes the viewfinder the target in the viewfinder and helps you lock onto the flag more easily reduce errors and hopefully speed up the use when you're about to hit your shot so it takes a bit of getting used to but I think after a while I really enjoyed the functionality that this offers obviously it's very easy to adjust the focus there you've got a couple of different modes as well via the button the one thing to talk about is that fact that it is white and if you don't use the carry case maybe you tuck it in your bag after your shot it will discolor quite a lot you'll see here it's turned a slightly tint of brown but other than that really like the functionality it's a bit expensive comes with 379 pounds so a lot of money for the functionality but I think if you do make the investment you'll really enjoy what it has to offer so the Nichkhun call shot a TI is essentially the slope adjusted distance version of the standard nickel on laser so has the same other features that featured on the other ones so it's got the thousand-yard range it's got the vibration reduction technology as well but it just comes in 420 pounds and for that you're getting the Khans ID technology which essentially compensates for different slopes on the course and to be fair to Nick on both the culture 80 and the course shot 80 I are both waterproof so it does go some way to justifying the higher price tag so ideal for practice rounds and friendly rounds if you're playing course you'd not play before to give you those adjusted distances to help improve your accuracy on hilly courses [Music] next up is the Golf Buddy lr7 now this builds on the popular lr5 model actually it's got four different modes on this laser so these got things like pin mode which will pick out the flag from the background and also a scan mode which we found really useful off the tee to scan from hazards backs of bunkers back onto the fairway to see different distances to help plot your strategy off the tee and select the right club it's also got a very box like shape so kind of fits in the hand very neatly it's probably one of the largest of the models that we've picked in this video we're still very comfortable to use very easy to adjust the focus viewfinders pretty basic but still gives you all the relevant information very easy to read and different light conditions and it comes in a reasonable price 249 pounds 99 pence so you're getting quite a lot of features and functionality for your money with this one recommend you give it a try if you're looking to save haps a few pounds [Music] so last up into the Callaway 300 Pro laser I've not used a calorie laser in the past we're actually pretty impressed with this one it comes in at 299 pounds it's got a thousand-yard range but the main technology feature with this is a birdie chirp sound when it when you pick out the flag from the background much like Bushnell has a vibrating jolt this offers an audible chirp sound like a bird so if I just pick out that flag over there and the background hopefully you heard that you can see it gives quite a loud chirp maybe you're playing partners might notice that you might put them off by don't think that's really applicable I think it's a really interesting feature actually the looks great fits them nice and easily in your hand it's got a couple of different modes on there as well to help your strategy out in the course and it also it's waterproof and fog proof so for 299 pounds to get a laser that is waterproof is pretty innovative from Callaway not tried it out in terms of getting it wet so you have to trust their word on that but very impressive package for the money recommend you give it a go so with all this wonderful laser rangefinder technology which would we choose if we absolutely had to well I've picked out two of my favorites the first is the Bushnell tour V for shift I like the fact is you know Bushnell is a very respected brand it's the number one brand laser in front brand on tour you know you're getting reliable accurate distances they're very well regarded in the scope world of kind of hunting shooting things like that binoculars the technology is fantastic the jolt function is excellent and obviously with this one you're getting both slope adjusted distances and the normal distances in one unit at the touch of a button and a reasonable price so that's my first choice also comes with a very premium looking carry case unlike the Nick on which is probably one of the reasons I've not chosen the nickel I love the vibration reduction technology but it's a lot of money and the carry cases are a little bit budget for me so I'm not pick that one the second one I've picked is the Golf Buddy lr7 it's very simple it's a comes at a very reasonable price of 250 pounds and for that price you're getting a lot of functionality like I said four different modes so all the different scenarios are on the course that you would face other than of course blind shops where you can't use a laser the lr7 is going to deliver the before so you're looking for it's a very useful for different situations looks great very easy to use and luxe that comes in at a reasonable price so these are the two I would favor if you're looking for a new laser rangefinder make sure you check out the golf one to the website for individual reviews of all these products but hopefully you found this video helpful but for now from good word is goodbye [Music]
Top 10 Best Golf Laser Rangefinder Reviews
Welcome to best reviews.com [Music] before you purchase any golf laser rangefinder search on our website to identify best golf laser rangefinder best golf cuts reviews presents top 10 best golf laser rangefinder let's check the list this rangefinder is very lightweight weighing only 185 grams that means you can bring it with you when you walk on the course and it's also very portable so you can easily fit it in your pockets this rangefinder uses batteries that aren't rechargeable but it works great and is very efficient because it shuts off automatically it's a lot cheaper than Bushnell range finders but can compete regarding accuracy and clarity it can measure up to 540 yards boasts of a 1 yard accuracy this range finder is very lightweight portable so you can easily fit it in your pockets rangefinders do not come cheap and for anyone who's willing to invest a good amount of money on this device it's always a smart idea to go with a trusted brand Bushnell has established a solid reputation in the industry and their Bushnell - a v3 standard Patriot is proof of how great their devices work [Music] range finders do not come cheap it's strong enough easy to operate very comfortable one feature that is available in the v4 slope is that it's slope compensation can adjust and calculate swing yardage depending on the slopes angle giving you more useful information on distances and measurements it's slope feature also makes it more expensive than other similar models it can measure from 10 to 1,000 yards it's battery life is commendable the battery is good it's very comfortable it can pick up measurements very quickly and users will feel more confident with their game if they have this device at hand what I also liked about this rangefinder is that it is very compact and lightweight perhaps one of the most lightweight of all laser rangefinders in the market it can pick up measurements very quickly perfect for single use easy to operate comfortable in grip the v3 standard edition is a single hand vertical operation that can measure distances of ten to ten thousand yards it has a one-yard variation in accuracy for 300 yards and can be magnified by up to 5x this has has the pin seeker technology LCD display has been gathered the standard edition v3 is very accurate comfortable for its production material [Music] the breaking 80 is one of the cheaper rangefinders that come with laser technology but it is definitely a real contender on our list the improved design has the better battery compartment better protection for the lens and is also more durable the breaking 80 is one of the cheaper range finders it's basically a point-and-shoots operation improved design has the better battery compartment better protection for the lens unlike the bushnell slope v3 we've reviewed earlier the tech tech tech of pro 500s slope is actually tournament legal because it conforms to the eggs are rule fourteen three this is the newest addition and it gives you the actual distance with or without the slope it can fully capable of measuring distances its advance pin sensor technology its construction is rain proof you will be able to estimate the amount of slope [Music] another special feature of the Bushnell tour zetas six is that it is the world's smallest and most sophisticated laser rangefinder available its design and build make it very convenient to bring with you making it a top choice for pro golfers boasts of very high accuracy waterproof which is great for many golfers LCD screen used very accurate on its duty [Music] this device is equipped with pin acquisition technology that will quickly lock onto a flag as far out as 300 yards even if there are other objects in the background you can also use it to scan the environment and determine the distances between multiple targets simultaneously the Callaway 300 offers 6x magnification you can also use it to scan accurate on its duty perfect for high technology used the Bushnell tour X is without a doubt the most advanced laser rangefinder in the golf industry you get slope if you need this feature but if you're going to join a tournament you can also make it tournament legal with its six change technology advanced laser rangefinder in the golf industry play during daytime or cloudy afternoons you get faster and more precise readings help your game significantly [Music] if you want to buy best golf laser rangefinder please check the link in video description thanks for watching please subscribe us
2019 Rangefinders | MyGolfSpy
Today we have range finders now within one year the range finder has completely changed the game you go from just and requiring the target to the GPS is on the side lock technology the whole nine yards I've got three that I want to show you today let's die write it so a big development this year is Garmin have come out with their own rangefinder as we know Garmin is one of the industry leaders when it comes to the GPS but when it comes to the rangefinder this is their first attempt now this is one great attempt one cool feature and then one of the main feature on this one it's got a digital display so when you're looking through the lens you're looking through a natural camera if you're not familiar with the course itself you get to see the whole lay over on the left hand side of the display when you're requiring the targets it changes from the hole on the side on the left to the hold of green so you go front middle back and then when you've locked onto your target is a big display of when you get to on that target okay so next up we have the bushnell hybrid now this is the first of its kind when combining both gps and laser in one unit now with this bushnell hybrid if you just want a quick read in you can have it on the side here it gives you front middle and back yards to every green that you play now with this you can also download the app which comes with the Bushnell and it pretty much just gives you the flyover of every hole that you play so when I was testing these I downloaded the app saw what yardage is I went to the fairway bunker to the green bunk or whatever this and I wanted to hit and it gives you a little flyover which I thought was a really really cool feature with all personal products jolt technology is a must for them and it provides great feedback and confidence and that's what every player wants is confidence when locking onto a target so my third and final rangefinder that came out this year that completely change the industry is the nikon cool shots stabilized and pro when it comes to nikon they are one of the industry leaders within cameras now this year they have stepped up the game and produced a great rangefinder they've taken a feature of the stabilization within the cameras and put it within this device here so if you're the one with a shaky hand and you're trying to look on lock onto targets there's no need to lean up against the car that you're playing or used both hands you can just use that one hand and just lock onto that target and it stabilizes perfectly for you some of the range finders do have stabilization but we determined that this one here is the best for that category we hope you enjoyed the episode of quick hits don't forget to smash that like button comment down below we always want to know your thoughts and don't forget to subscribe [Music] you [Music]