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Leupold 112179 RX-1000I TBR W/DNA

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  • 6x magnification gives you plenty of power, with a wide field of view to track movement.
  • Bright colorful optics, markedly brighter than previous rangefinders.
  • Three user adjustable intensity settings allow you to perfectly match the OLED display to dynamic lighting conditions.
  • Three selectable reticles: Leupold Plus Point, Duplex and Duplex with Leupold Plus Point.
  • Includes a built-in inclinometer.
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Product Description

RX-1000 Compact Digital Laser Rangefinder Pristine image quality allows the RX®-1000 to serve as your full-time optic while the cutting-edge laser and processor generate the fastest, most reliable readings ever produced. The incredibly bright OLED display dramatically increases light transmission by up to3x higher than LCD models. Packed with features never before offered at this price, the Leupold RX-1000 Compact line significantly raises the bar on function and performance. Multiple ballistics settings True Ballistic Range (TBR®) provides accurate aiming information matched to the performance of your rifle or bow. By calculating the incline, line of sight range to the target, and a projectile's ballistics, your RX provides rifle hunters using Leupold Ballistics Aiming System reticles as well as bow hunters the correct equivalent horizontal distance for precise shooting on an incline. In other words, aim using the True Ballistic Range, not the line of sight range. Rifle hunters can also get this data as an MOA adjustment or a holdover point. With practice, long distance/steep angle shooting will become second nature. TBR is effective to 800yards for most rifle cartridges

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 13.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B004I8Q8T2
  • Item model number: 112179
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

Very compact, well constructed and very accurate.
mr toad
If you are looking at buying a rangefinder I can certainly recommend this one.
Barrel boy
Am looking forward to using this great tool for elk hunting and photography.
Luther D. Moss

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

81 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Randy Wakeman on August 1, 2013
A few years ago, I had the chance to evaluate the then-new Leupold RX-1000 rangefinder. It instantly became my favorite laser rangefinder and has been on every hunt with since then. Back then, I mentioned that it takes a lot of combinatorial features to make a good rangefinder, even more to make a truly outstanding one. Leupold had really hit a home run there. It is the best rangefinder I'd ever evaluated in terms of practical, real-world field use. The RX-1000 soared to the top based on size, ease of use, an outstanding LED display, and outstandingly good image quality. It was a privilege to test an item that good.

This year, Leupold promised an even better version of the unit: this RX-1000i TBR digital rangefinder. The basic platform and specifications are unchanged from two years ago:

Actual Magnification 6x
Max Range (Reflective) 1000 yd / 914.4 m
Max Range (Trees) 700 yd / 640.1 m
Max Range (Deer) 600 yd / 548.6 m
Min Range 10.0 yd / 9.1 m
Linear Field of View (ft/1000 yd) 320
Linear Field of View (m/1000 m) 107
Angular Field of View (degrees) 6.0
Weight 7.8 oz / 221 g
Length 3.8 in / 96.5 mm
Width 1.3 in / 33 mm
Height 2.8 in / 71.1 mm
Obj. Aperture (mm) 22
Exit Pupil (mm) 3.6
Eye Relief (mm) 14

So, what's new? It is about the same size, the same weight, with a more heavily textured gripping surface on top, but still a very light, compact unit as before. The primary change is the updated electronics, dubbed the "DNA" engine. The updated electronics offer better accuracy (within one-half yard) and a faster display with a read-out to one tenth of one yard.
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51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Saul Rogovane on December 25, 2011
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I spent several months looking at Laser Rangefinders. I am an Oregon Master Hunter and hunt year round. I hunt in the mountains of Oregon where the animal you are hunting is both illusive and quick. I needed a rangefinder that was easy to use, quick to range, account for slope and weight of projectile, and easy to read results. It also had to be rugged and waterproof. After trying many many rangefinders I selected the Leupold RX-1000i, it met all of my criteria and has all of the features I wanted. There are some more expensive and some cheaper, but with this one is well worth the price and has all of the features any hunter needs. I liked it enough I bought a second one for my Son who hunts in Texas and here in Oregon with me. I would recommend the Leupold RX-1000i TBR, DNA to anyone.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Bubbskills on October 15, 2013
I have had this range finder for 2 years, I enjoy it immensely. The readout is nice and bright even in low light conditions. The trajectory compensation is excellent for anyone bowhunting out of high tree stand. And it ranges out to a long long ways!

Other people have already pointed out all the bells and whistles. What I want to discuss is the durability! I have dropped this rangefinder from 20 feet and had it come away unscathed. Most recently...... today I realized my range finder was missing! After thinking about it I realized I hadn't used it in about 36 hours. My heart sunk! We had just had a line of thunderstorms come through the area! It had been raining hard with 35mph winds for about 30 straight hours! I thought for sure it would be destroyed! Two hours ago I found it laying at the bottom if my treestand......... AND IT STILL WORKS PERFECTLY! This product is worth every damn cent! This is my third rangefinder, but it's my first Leupold and it has just turned me into a Leupold customer for life! Trust me! If you're a hunter, this is the rangefinder you want, hands down!
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Ben C.A. Nettle on November 7, 2011
After quite a bit of research, I decided to go with the RX-1000i TBR w/ DNA.

The main reasons I went for this are:
- TBR (True Rifle Ballistics) - Allows for adjustment of shots based on the caliber you're using and the distance readings it takes (also works with Bows to 125 yds)
- 1000 yd peak distance (on reflective surfaces)
- Updated processing (DNA) allows for very fast readings
- Continuous reading
- Experience with previous Leupold products
- Compact 7.8oz and less than 4" long (while there are a couple range finders in the same weight class, none that I found with all the features this has)
- Plus the Inclinometer (which I wasn't aware of until purchasing)

I've had pretty good experiences with Leupold products in the past, and this product is no different. The setup step is as simple as installing the battery (a single CR2, which while not cheap get long life in this unit). After that, hit the power once to turn it on, and hit it again to take a reading. Or, hold it down for continuous readings. After that, things get a little more complex, but not much. The mode button handles the rest.

The picture is clear and bright, and while the 6X magnification is great, for long distances, it is sometimes not enough to make for a clear object selection (depending on object size, considering this can handle non-reflective surfaces at 700 yds.). There are 3 reticle options, depending on whether you want something minimal or more covering. The display is easily readable, and after a reading the system shuts itself off after 7 seconds (unless in continuous mode) to save battery life. And it's built with the rugged construction Leupold products are known for.
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