Bushnell Neo Plus Golf GPS Rangefinder Watch
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- Ready to play right out of the box with no membership fees and no downloads; legal for tournament play
- Preloaded with over 25,000 courses for the U.S. (including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico), Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Sweden
- Provides distance to the front, center, and back of the green; auto course/auto hole recognition; shot distance calculator
- Includes standard watch functions, odometer and alarm; waterproof to 30-meters
- Comes with USB charging/sync cable and quick-start guide; one-year limited warranty
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The next generation of Distance Made Simple™ golf products. Simple to use, lightweight and comfortable to wear. Preloaded with 25,000 courses. No downloads. No membership fees. Easy front/center/back distances to the green as well as one button shot distance measurement. Long battery life - 50% better then the nearest competitor. Over 1 year battery life when used in watch mode.
Bushnell has been in the optics business since 1955, and pioneered the golf laser rangefinder in 1995. With a constant emphasis on product innovation, Bushnell now features the first combo laser/GPS with the Hybrid, and in 2012 launched the revolutionary Tour Z6 which features Vivid Display Technology and E.S.P. (Extreme. Speed. Precision.) to make it the world's most technologically advanced laser rangefinder. Bushnell also makes distance simple with its three GPS products - the NEW neo+ GolfGPS Watch, neo+ and XGC+.
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UPDATE: JUNE 21,2012 I've played about six times now, at three different courses, and the neo is still working great. I'm really impressed with the battery life. I've gotten four rounds out of one charge and still had battery life left. Each round takes us about 3.5 to 4 hours. I also leave the watch on all the time when not playing( in watch mode). The gps has locked onto whatever course i happen to be at, and the yardages still seem correct. So no complaints so far. I will try to update this review again at the end of the summer.
I am having prob with the rebate. No link, no rebate offered anywhere on Amazon. I bought this watch for 160 with a rebate that apparently was offered in error (net after rebate 110). Amazon said they'll research and get back to me. Cust serv said the rebate expired on 12/3, not correct, and they can't show me. Purch on 12\1 and the rebate expired on 12/3, received on 12/4, I don't think so.... I printed the add out and it is the same now, rebate til 12/31 but the link doesn't work. Another thing, the only rebate I can find is at the Bushnell site is for 50 if you pay 199 or more. Amazon is currently selling the watch for 198 so the rebate would appear to be invalid. Keep in mind Amazon is working on this and will get back to me. Amazon has always been more than fair in the past so I believe they will make this right. If not I have to decide if I want to pay extra for this watch vs the Izzo for 105 (now 124) or the Garmin for 169. Dicks Sporting Goods apparently sold the Bushnell for 100w this rebate on Cyb Monday...
Looks like I'll keep the Bushnell even if I don't get the rebate, purch for 160. I did have a couple small issues with the function of the watch. The most significant was the time it takes the watch to settle onto the proper distance when you approach your ball from a cart. I played at a local course that had GPS in the cart. I was amazed that both the watch and the cart were never off by more yard. That said, the cart was faster at acquiring the yardage than the watch. If you drove directly to your ball the watch COULD take 20 seconds to settle onto the yardage. This caused me to misfire on the yardage ONE time when I trusted the watch showing 80/85 yrds when it was actually 65/70 yrds. I should have payed more attention but trusted the watch and went over the green - it cost me. After this happened I rechecked the watch's yardage after a practice swing to make sure the yardage hadn't changed. It seems if you drive up quickly the watch sometimes lags a little on acquiring the yardage. I doubt this would ever happen if you were walking.
The other issue I had was getting used to the feeling of the watch on my wrist. The watch is very light and I don't see this as a lasting problem, but a couple times the watch made me feel as if my glove strap/Velcro came loose. I would look at my glove and see the glove was fine just, must have been the watch. Other than that I hardly notice the watch on my wrist.
I didn't have a problem with the watch syncing/advancing with the course/holes.
12/14 No call back again... Called and was told the rebate was built in the price and Amazon made a mistake for leaving the rebate notice on the item. Rep said this makes sense because the link doesn't work, say what? The reg price is now there and the link still doesn't work. Disappointed in Amazon, although they have so many items for sale... Be careful, given the price of $198 there may not be any rebate as the only rebate I can find is at Bushnell and the purch price must be $199 or >. Wish I purch from Dicks...
If all you want is a watch that looks good, will give you a couple rounds with ease, and give you the basic distances on the course, you'd be wise to pick this up! My annual OC golf trip will be a breeze without have to charge it between rounds on the days we play 36 holes.