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Bushnell Pro X7 Golf Laser Rangefinder with JOLT

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  • Pin Seeker with JOLT technology ensures you know when you hit the flag
  • Ranges from 5 yards to 1 mile; 550+ yards to flags; 1/2 yard accuracy from 5 to 125 yards
  • 7x magnification and premium HD optics ensure bright clear images
  • 2nd generation E.S.P. and Vivid Display Technology dramatically improves contrast, clarity and light transmission
  • Legal for tournament play; fully waterproof; limited 2 year warranty; carry/storage case included
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Product Description

Bushnell Pro X7 with Jolt

The most powerful Laser Rangefinder in the world. The Pro X7 features incredible ranging capability (550+ yards to a flag). The Pro X7 is accurate to 1/2 yard. Features 7x magnification with HD optics. The Pro X7 is waterproof and tour certified.

PinSeeker with Jolt Technology

Designed exclusively with the bottom of the cup in mind, this mode allows easy acquisition of the flag without inadvertently capturing background target distances. When more than one object is acquired, the closer of the two objects is shown on the LCD display. JOLT Technology eliminates all doubt by delivering short vibrating bursts to reinforce the laser has locked onto the flag. Use what the Pros use, feel the exact distance. FEEL THE JOLT.

Extreme. Speed. Precision. Second Generation Technology

E. S. P. 2 provides yardage faster and more accurately than ever before. Not only has Bushnell increased the acquisition speed to a lightning fast lever, E. S. P. is so accurate that from 5-125 yards the distance is displayed to 1/10th of a yard. Whatever your skill level, Bushnell gives you the most accurate technology in the game - and you'll have the confidence of knowing you have the exact yardage for every shot you'll ever hit.

Vivid Display Technology

Created specifically for Bushnell's premium rangefinders, the Tour Z6, Pro 1M and Pro 1M Slope, this optical enhancement dramatically improves contrast, clarity and light transmission, while increasing the brightness of digital readout information for rapid, positive identification in all lighting conditions. It's simply the best of heads-up projection displays.

Features and Specifications:
  • PinSeeker with JOLT Technology to zero in on the flag
  • Accurate to 1/2 yard
  • 5 yards-1 mile ranging performance (550+ yards to a flag)
  • E.S.P. 2 (Extreme. Speed. Precision.)
  • Vivid Display Technology (VDT) for all lighting conditions
  • 7x Magnification with HD Optics (objects appear 7x closer)
  • Posi-Thread Battery Door
  • Waterproof
  • Tour Certified
  • 3-Volt 123 Battery and Premium Carry Case included
  • 2 Year Warranty
How Bushnell's Laser Rangefinders Work

Bushnell's laser rangefinders use an invisible, eye-safe Class 1 Laser beam (as classified by the FDA) which is "bounced" off distant objects with the press of a button. Then, the rangefinder's high-speed digital clock measures the time it took for a laser beam to reach a target and return to the unit. Next, using advanced digital electronics, the rangefinder instantly calculates the distance within +/- 1 yard and shows the range in either yards or meters on a through-the-lens LCD Display. The entire process is so fast that less than a second elapses between the time you press the button to generate a laser beam to the time the exact range to your target is displayed.

Bushnell Golf Laser Rangefinders
Tour v3 Standard Edition (#201360)
Tour v3 Slope Edition (#201361)
Tour Z6 (#201440)
Pro X7 Standard Edition (#201400)
Pro X7 Slope Edition (#201401)
Extreme Speed Precision 2 (ESP 2)
Vivid Display Technology (VDT)

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 1.7 x 3.7 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00HQE9DD8
  • Item model number: 201400
  • Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,660 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The built quality is very sturdy and nice.
morning fog
Bushnell’s JOLT technology accurately locks onto the flag without false positives, like a tree in the view of the rangefinder.
B. Colonna
It's functional, but just not as user friendly as I might like.
Stephen Lerch

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By almosthappy VINE VOICE on September 24, 2014
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This rangefinder has a lot of great features. Most importantly, it is extremely accurate and easy to use. It has great display visibility in the sun (you can also adjust the display if needed but I didn't find that to be necessary). Setup is as simple as putting in the battery and pressing a button. Once you turn it on, it vibrates when it finds something to measure (and in my experience that is FAST).

It is an added piece of gear to carry around. It weighs less than a pound so it's not a huge burden, but it's not the kind of thing that you can just tuck in your pocket and walk around with. This is also (obviously) significantly more expensive than a GPS watch. It is more accurate and has more features, but I would imagine that many people would be fine with saving the money and using a watch instead.

Unfortunately, like others, I was disappointed with the packaging. Not only was the unit loose in the box and therefore subject to jostling during shipment, when I opened mine the manual was bent up and the screen cleaning cloth had fallen out of its package. It looked like a used item. I nearly questioned Amazon about it, but after looking at other reviews, it appears that this is just the way Bushnell has chosen to package this device. It's great that they can hold up to the rough treatment, but it's definitely not ideal for a piece of equipment like this to be shipped so poorly.
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There are two things I care the most about when using a range finder: user friendliness and accuracy. Over the past month, I tried this range finder several times at my local golf course, and I am very satisfied with this range finder.
First, it is accurate. I always do multiple readings on the same pin to see how close each readings are (pin seeker feature off, this feature is on by default). And the differences among the results are always within 1/2 yard. This is what Bushnell claims on the product information page, and I found the claim is absolutely legitimate.
This model is not a slope version, but it still comes with the nice features that Tour version doesn't have, such as ESP 2, VDT, and waterproof (except Z6). Especially pin seeking with jolt works well. When I range out to the flag, it locks on the flag with the short jolting. I thought I have a pretty steady hands, but looking through the magnified optics is always resulting shaky views, especially distances over 100 yards. With this ‘pin seeker with jolt technology’ in this model, it locks on the flag even with the shaky hands and gives me an accurate reading while my hands are still shaking. (I tried not to shake, but it’s really hard when the pin is over 100 yards away).
Secondly, this is very easy and comfortable to use. There are many range finders that are vertical, and I personally prefer horizontal holding like binoculars. It’s more comfortable to hold and look through in my opinion than holding one vertically. The power button on the top is big, and it was comfortable for both left and right handheld.
Lastly, the built quality. The built quality is very sturdy and nice. The body is waterproof, and I have peace of mind even if it gets wet in the rain. It even comes with a little microfiber lens cleaning cloth.
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I've never owned a rangefinder before. I didn't expect it to improve my game as much as it did. I played a few rounds over the last few weeks and played a little game with myself: guess the distance to the pin using my usual method of comparing my location to the 100 and 150 markers. I then measured the distance to the pin using the rangefinder. The results? I was usually 15-20 yards off in my estimate. That's the difference between hitting the green and going over the back or landing well short of the hole (assuming you hit a straight shot).

I'm a mid-handicap player. Neither really good nor terrible. But using this rangefinder, I figure I cut 3-5 strokes off my round. I had an easier time getting close to the pin, especially on iron shots in the 80-110 yard range where I have pretty good control over my wedges. 3-5 strokes is great. Does it justify the price tag? Only you can decide that.

The rangefinder is easy to use. Aim at the flag, hit the search button, and a half-second later you've got your yardage. The finder gives a little vibration when it "locks" on the pin. Once in a while it does lock on trees behind the green, but that's usually obvious because the yardage looks way off. I'd say that 80% of the time it got the flag immediately.

I do have a few complaints.

The first is that the case that holds the rangefinder is far too stiff and it doesn't close that easily. It has a folding interior that can get stuck in the zipper and prevent it from zipping closed. That annoyed me quite a bit.

The rangefinder is also pretty large. I have large hands so it doesn't bother me, but it might be a little unwieldy if you have smaller hands.

These are pretty minor issues with an otherwise spectacular golfing tool.
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I think I've found my new buddy for the driving range.

Does the X7 perform wonders on the course? Sure. Does it really "find" the pin and buzz? It does, and shockingly well -- not to mention how quickly it picks distance. But for me, where this really, really shines is on the driving range.

On the range with a big bucket, I can really measure how capable I am with each club. In turn, that gives me what I need to improve on the range, and to know exactly which club is going to be best on the course. I really think the usefulness of the X7 on the driving range is undersold here.

As far as overall impressions go, I'm not sure if every unit is packaged this way, or just the evaluation unit I was sent, but there was no padding in the box, besides the carrying case. It seemed kind of weird to me.

The device feels very solid, and the range finder button is perfectly placed -- even for lefties like me. The optical quality is very good, though at higher contrasts, you can see the entire rectangular LED display panel, instead of just the LED information.

The X7 uses a photo lithium battery, and unless you're constantly on the course, you're probably going to want to remove it in between use. After all, this is a pretty expensive device to lose to a leaky battery. It seems obvious to me, thought I was disappointed that the carrying case doesn't have a place to put the included battery or spares. The case itself is pretty nice quality, so I was really surprised to see that corner cut.

The only other gripe I have with the X7 is lining it up. You'd think for a mono-sight device, it would be pretty easy, but it took a little practice to hold it just so. That was unexpected, but certainly not a dealbreaker for me. If you wear glasses though, it might get a little tricky.

All things considered, I was pretty impressed with this rangefinder, and it has a permanent home in my golf bag.
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