Sig Sauer Kilo 2000 Yard Rangefinder
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- The Kilo2000 will range over a mile with results displayed to the nearest 1/10th yard
- Revolutionary light wave dsp Technology enables the Kilo2000 to range faster at longer distances with increased accuracy. In scan mode, it refreshes at an ultra-fast 4x per second
- Features our proprietary lumatic OLED display, an ambient light sensor which continuously monitors light conditions and adjusts the display brightness accordingly features amr (angle modified range) compensation to give you
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It's small. Palm sized. I expected something the size of a book. If you're a backcountry shooter and every ounce counts, you can wear this unit around your neck all day long. An unexpected benefit.
Performance: the picture shown is an actual view through the eyepiece, shot using my phone camera, of a tree clump on a distant ridgeline, in bright midday conditions (near nautical noon). Anybody who has used a laser rangefinder knows these conditions challenge any laser rangefinder's performance, yet I consistently got quick readings in bright sunlight on these trees at 1427 yards. I may have gotten farther readings, but there was nothing farther away from this vantage point within 2500 yards. This was also 150 yards better than my then-current, well known and very capable rangefinder with a built-in ballistic computer costing 4 times as much could manage side-by-side. Since I use a separate system for ballistic calculations anyway, the Sig instantly became my new favorite. As far as extreme raw performance, when I found a vantage point overlooking a highway, I consistently saw returns of cars (license plates are very reflective), roadside signs, and to a lesser extent, windows in buildings, of 2200-2300 yards. (Note: the laser in this rangefinder is deemed "eye-safe" and poses no danger to humans or game at reasonable distances.) There are better units out there, but 1) you'll pay in excess of $3K for them, and 2) if you're a hunter, I can't imagine needing anything more than this unit delivers.
In my experience and opinion, the Sig Kilo 2000 is an amazing laser rangefinder at a very reasonable price. The build and ease of use of the modes of function are on par with the performance I experienced. It's compact and well made. The combination of extreme performance and reasonable price are refreshingly unexpected, making it the "pick of the litter" for me.
Follow-up 11/7/2016 Imagine my chagrin when sharp eyed readers pointed out that the picture I posted ostensibly showing a reading of 1400+ yards in bright light was in fact the wrong photo, showing a return on a nearby tree of 140-ish yards. I had ranged 1400+ yards to the distant ridge, just pocked the wrong photo for this review and then deleted the rest of the photos to save memory on my iPhone. Of course, by itself, that is a weak excuse. Patience rewarded me during a camping trip this weekend when I found myself in a long, open valley. The autumn season limited green trees to conifers on north ridges (failing a reflective target, green is the most reflective color for an IR laser), but with the help of my lovely assistant Trina, I did capture this "Lonesome Pine" @ 1262.5yards on a clear sunny day at nautical noon. Hopefully this supports my previous claims in the minds of the readers of this review regarding the ability of this unit. Curiously enough, I am beginning to see some of the $2500-$3000 rangefinders I compare this unit to starting to show up in "for sale" sections of various websites.
One word of advice: I notice that if I leave the battery in the rangefinder, it will drain down within a few weeks. To be fair, it is something I notice in many similar electronic devices. I recommend either removing the battery when not using the unit for prolonged periods, or cutting a thin sheet of plastic material to fit over the negative end of the battery when the cover is in place to break electrical contact. I've begun doing the latter as well as carrying a spare battery and noticed no more excessive drain. Enjoy!!!