Bushnell 20-1916 Yardage Pro Sport 450 Laser Rangefinder
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- Laser rangefinder with a range from 5 yards to 999 yards
- Features a compact design, with a weather-resistant, textured grip
- Constructed with 20 millimeter LCD lenses, and has a 4x magnification level
- Utilizes an invisible eye-safe, Class 1 type laser as classified by the FDA, and runs on a 9-volt battery
- Weighs 7.4 ounces, measures 3.125 x 1.6875 x 3.9375 inches (W x H x D), and comes with a handy carrying case and strap
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Hunters looking for a compact rangefinder need look no further than the new Bushnell 20-1916 Yardage Pro Sport 450 Laser Rangefinder. This unit comes standard with the outstanding performance you've come to expect from Bushnell laser rangefinders, and all the comfort and convenience you require for hours of long use.
The Pro Sport 450 features a compact design, with a weather resistant, textured grip to ensure you will be able to hold on to it during the roughest outdoor conditions. This unit also features one-button operation, and has a minimum range of five yards, and reaches a maximum range of 999 yards. The Pro Sport 450 is constructed with 20 millimeter LCD lenses, and has a 4-times magnification level. This laser range finder includes Rain mode, which compensates for precipitation to guarantee an accurate distance measurement through rain or snow, as well as Reflector mode, which increases the maximum measurement range for most highly reflective objects. The Sport 450 lets you quickly choose between yards and meters, and displays distance to objects and target quality all at the simple press of a button. This unit includes a battery indicator that flashes when the battery life is low, and utilizes an invisible eye-safe, Class 1 type laser as classified by the FDA. This rangefinder runs on a 9-volt battery, weighs 7.4 ounces, measures 3.125 x 1.6875 x 3.9375 inches (W x H x D), and comes with a handy carrying case and strap.
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Laser rangefinder with a range from 5 yards to 999 yards
Features a compact design, with a weather-resistant, textured grip
Constructed with 20 millimeter LCD lenses, and has a 4x magnification level
Utilizes an invisible eye-safe, Class 1 type laser as classified by the FDA, and runs on a 9-volt battery
Weighs 7.4 ounces, measures 3.125 x 1.6875 x 3.9375 inches (W x H x D), and comes with a handy carrying case and strap
Picking up targets within 120 yards are extremely easy, however, targets beyond 150 yards can be nearly impossible. The rangefinder has incredible range. So, the rangefinder can easily pick up targets 50 yards or even more, past the flag that I try to target. I find myself, targeting objects in front of the green, to the back of the green, or even hills and sand traps, just to get an idea of the distance that I face.
I also find myself using a lot of batteries to keep up with my rangefinder. I'd like to think of myself as an addicted golfer, where I try to play twice a week. I generally have to replace the batteries every month or so.
Other than that, I happen to enjoy knowing how far my targets are, especially at courses that don't offer golf carts with GPS. I do enjoy this product, and believe it's accurate on the golf course.
The only option is a small switch in the battery compartment to change from yards to meters. There are no modes of operation such as rain or precision or whatever as are in other Bushnell laser ranging products. The product description for this item is wrong!
It needs the object to be reflective to use past about 200 yards, though I have hit the leaves in trees at about 360 yards and a light colored house at just shy of 700 yards. It takes a little longer to display the yardage at longer distances, though it reads faster off a stop sign at 300 yards (instantly) than a blue car at 20 yards (slight hesitation)! Overall it's a pretty fast unit if the target is a good target, otherwise there will be some degree of hesitation in the reading.
It's small and portable and you can disconnect the 9v battery when not in use or for long term storage to prevent battery drain and possible leakage. The optics themselves are clear and focused and the laser range information is clear and easy to see as well.
It's pretty much everything you need in a basic range-finder, I'm happy with it. If you need more, look at one of the more expensive models.