- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 4.8 x 3.2 inches ; 13.6 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
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- ASIN: B004I8Z3I4
- Item model number: 112178
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
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Leupold 112178 RX-1000I W/DNA Black
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112178 Features: -Rangefinder.-DNA (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy).-Quick set menu.-High-performance optics deliver a 3x brighter picture image for accurate ranging in low-light conditions.-6x magnification gives you plenty of power.-Advanced OLED technology is user adjustable to match display intensity.-Choose from three different reticles: plus pointâ ¢, Duplex, and Duplex with plus point.-DNA is a powerful tool that fits in your pocket.-Machined aluminum makes up the tough, weatherproof frame and body.-Accurate ranging up to 1,000 yards on reflective targets, with measurement readouts in yards or meters.-Continuous range updates in Scan Mode keep you on target.-Truly compact.-Actual magnification: 6x.-Max range (reflective) 1000 yards.-Max range (trees) 700 yards.-Max range (deer) 600 yards.-Min range: 10.0 yards.-Linear field of view: 320 ft.-Linear field of view: 4212.59".-Angular field of view: 6.-Exit pupil: 0.14".-Eye relief: 0.55".-Object aperture: 22. Includes: -Accessories included: RX-1000i with DNA comes with a CorduraÂ holster, battery, lanyard, and complete instructions. Specifications: -Powered by the readily available CR2 lithium camera battery, the RX-1000i with DNA features a convenient battery power indicator. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 4" H x 18.75" W x 6.75" D.
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Top Customer Reviews
The RX-1000i is a work of art in simplicity, ergonomics and function. Ranging objects has proven excellent accuracy, from its 5 yard near field collections, all the way out to 650yds (farthest I'm able to sight). Repeatability has been surprising and differentiating between a line of bushes (485yds)versus the tree line (500yds)was quick, easy and consistent. The 3-level OLED reticle display makes sighting objects quick and simple, from daylight through dusk. The 6 power monocular view clarity is excellent with full range diopter adjustment (a little stiff, but just needs more use). I find operation is very straight forward and menu selection quick and easy to access. The unit with battery weights in a little over 7 ounces and can easily fit in my shirt, pant or coat pocket. Although Leupold doesn't claim it is full waterproof, they state it is weather resistant and can be immersed for short duration. It does have a very solid feel and I'm confident it'll take whatever hunting abuse I can dish out.
I really like my ranging buddy and will count on it to take accurate, long range shots when hunting game opportunities arise!
So, money in hand and a patient salesman at the counter, we proceeded to test about 30-40 different models, weeding it down to 4-5, then 2, then to the RX1000I. The magnification is correct - 6x is perfect for a monocular. 10x is too much, too shaky, and too dim, given the typical objective lens size! The optics are quite good. The Leica rangefinder optics are better (what a surprise), but the ranging isn't as convenient or intuitive, and it didn't feel as good in the hand.
If you haven't done a really detailed comparison like this, you really should try it. I ALWAYS do it with optics. ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS. Not just the model, but to select the actual item I will purchase. ... because everything short of top-of-the-line Leica, Swarovski, and Zeiss (and I do mean the top end of their lines only) will vary from specimen to specimen. If you figured out that means that you can find a gem in the lesser brands once in a while, you're correct! No, the glass won't be the same quality. The coatings will be lesser. The build won't be as tough. But you might also luck into the statistical anomaly with a stellar grind and excellent collimation. I had a pair of porro prism Tasco binoculars (yes, Tasco) 7x35s that I loved until they finally died the death. Crisp and clear edge to edge and comfortable for extended viewing, as long as I rode herd on keeping the alignment adjusted.
In optics, I've owned Leica, Zeiss, Leupold, Nikon, Minox, Bushnell, Burris, and a few others I can't readily recall. Plus the Tascos! Leupold produces reliably good optics, to the point where I EXPECT a sample to be at least worth the look. Not so with the others I mentioned with the exception of Leica and Zeiss' best. Swarovski is always superb also, but I never owned any. Every last one of the others ranges from "OK, maybe" to gawdawful.
In my opinion, Leupold produces the best rangefinders in the market in the medium price range category. I intend picking up another for myself, with TBR.