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Simmons 801405 Rangefinder, 4x20LRF 600
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- 4x Optical magnification
- 5-600 yard capacity, accurate to +/- 1 yard
- Simple one-button operation
- Vertical configuration
- In-view Liquid Crystal Display
- Class 1 laser with <1mW average power output
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Simmons LRF 600 4x20 Rangefinder
This Simmons LRF 600 4x20 Rangefinder features an in-view LCD display that provides the exact distance to your target from 10 to 600 yards with the tap of a single button. The rangefinder also offers TILT technology, 4x magnification and bright, crystal-clear optics.
Includes carry case.
Runs on one (1) 9-volt battery (not included).
- 10-600 yard range
- Black finish
- Tilt Intelligence provides true horizontal distanc
- Accurate to +/- one yard
- Ranges to reflective targets up to 600 yards away
- Ranges to trees up to 400 yards away
- Ranges to furry animals up to 200 yards away
- Powerful optical 4x magnification
- In-view liquid crystal display
Simmons Laser Rangefinders recalibrate with every shot, giving you hair-splitting +/- 1-yard accuracy. It features an in-view LCD that provides the exact distance to your target from 5-600 yards with the tap of a single button. With 4x magnification and bright, crystal-clear optics it brings you nose to nose with your next trophy. The efficient, compact, and weather-resistant design provides an unparalleled advantage that's easy to carry.
The LRF 600 is hairsplitting accuracy made simple. An in-view LCD display provides the exact distance to your target from 10 to 600 yards with the tap of a single button, while 4x magnification and bright, crystal-clear optics bring you nose to nose with your next trophy. Its efficient, compact vertical design and weather-resistant housing provide an unparalleled advantage that's easy to carry.
- In-view LCD display provides the exact distance to your target from 10 to 600 yards
- 4x magnification
- Bright, crystal-clear optics
- Efficient, compact vertical design
- Weather-resistant housing
- Range of Magnification: 4x
- Range: 600 yards
- Accuracy: +/- 1 yard
- Weight: 9.8 ounces
- Battery Type and Number: 9-volt
- Batteries Included: No
- Accessories: Carrying case
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Yes
- Product Dimensions : 3 x 5 x 5.5 inches; 9.6 Ounces
- Item model number : 801405
- Batteries : 1 9V batteries required.
- Date First Available : October 19, 2010
- Manufacturer : Simmons
- ASIN : B003X082A4
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#436,331 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #180 in Laser Rangefinders
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I then put it in my car and went to go play golf 2 days later, battery was dead. ZERO use
Thought i did something wrong so i put another battery in when i came home. There is NO ON/OFF switch, you put battery in and use (power button on top) and it shuts itself off a few seconds after providing the reading. So i left it on my counter to see if it would get a different behavior.
One day later... battery dead again.
Manual says "Replace battery after 12 rounds" which i guess they intend you to play on the same day as this just doesn't maintain power beyond a day...
Returned the item. Am bummed because when it works it looks like it would be perfect but not to be
Well, I was right in my assessment. He uses this everyday now and has had no complaints about it. I use it myself when I play with him and it seems to do the job just fine. I would recommend this to the golfer who doesn't have or doesn't want to spend a lot of money on a rangefinder. Very nice addition to any casual golfers cart.
I won't get out into the field for a couple of weeks, we'll see how this holds up through the next year.
*** update 12/29/2014
I brought it out shooting with me this past weekend. VERY nice to have! Walking downrange from the benches, checking over my shoulder for a 100-yard point. BAM! Right there. Coming back and finding good spots top drop a target... Here's 52 yards, here's 27 yards.
Quick to range, all measurements easily repeated. "Aiming" wise, I was easily able to range a 12" steel disc at 100 yards, and a group of four 1" diameter saplings at 113 yards.
Now when you are in brushy areas it is hard to get readings on distant objects I would imagine this is because of interference from twigs and limbs between you and the object. I never had a Range finder before but I would guess you would have the same issue with a more expensive one.
To sum it up I like this product and would recommend it.
My experience over 125 yards, is the rangefinder is much less efficient that needed on the course. That is, it's difficult to laser the flag at 150 yards and not whatever tree or hill that's behind it. I could center the flag steadily, right in the LCD box, and repeatedly zap it, getting a reading of 275+, clearly registering the background target, not the pin.
When/if I am able to get a reading at that distance, it seems perfectly accurate. Inside 125 or so, it's simple to get a reading.
The issue though, is that I (and most golfers, I hope) want a quick, reliable measurement, not a process that works only sometimes or takes 2 minutes to execute. So I need to return mine and track down a model that enables that.