Bushnell Tour Z6 Tournament Edition Golf Laser Rangefinder
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- 6X magnification; 5-1300-Yard; Ranging Performance 450 Plus Yard to Flag
- Premium Lens Coatings Provide Superb Optical Quality; Waterproof (IPX7) & RainGuard HD Lens Coating
- PinSeeker Technology zeros in on flag
- Vivid Display Technology optical enhancement dramatically improves contrast, clarity and light transmission, while increasing the brightness of digital readout information
- Two-year warranty; 3-Volt battery and premium carry case included
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Instantaneously acquire flags up to 450 yards away with extreme speed and incredible range. Add to that the unmatched precision of E.S.P. (Extreme. Speed. Precision), and the clarity of VDT (Vivid Display Technology), and you have the world's most technologically advanced laser in the palm of your hand.
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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I received my order yesterday, so I haven't really had a chance to utilize it much. After reading the manual, I was easily able to scroll through the settings menu to adjust the brightness of the display and then adjust the focus of the viewfinder. I also reset the eyepiece for use with sunglasses. That being noted, I tried scanning objects, including flagsticks with reflectors, at the golf course where I work. The menu button isn't easily activated without the intention to do so.
First thing I noticed was that the power button functioned without issue. Some reviewers noted that activating the unit required a lot of finger pressure. Not so with my unit, fortunately. The display is easy to interpret, and the unit quickly shows measurements, sometimes in tenths of yards. The unit no longer features a 'scan' mode, so it isn't as easy to move the unit across the background and cross the flagstick to find the flagstick yardage (watching for the shortest distance as I move across the background of trees, etc). The unit will supposedly do the same thing over a maximum pan time of 7 seconds, but I didn't find this to be as simple as with my old unit. I'm ready to try it on the course, but the weather in Massachusetts is quickly becoming too cold for me.
Well made, easy to use...what's not to love?