True View Laser Range Finder
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LR800B Features: -Laser range finder. -Multi-coated optics. -LCD Display. -Reads yards or meters. Product Type: -Laser. Sport: -Golf/Hunting. Magnification: -Under 5X. Objective Lens Diameter: -20Mm-30Mm. Color: -Black. Generic Specifications: -Uses 9V battery. Generic Dimensions: -4.75" x 3". -Overall dimensions: 7" H x 7" W x 7" D. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -7 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -7 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -7 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -2 Pounds.
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Inside my apartment, aiming down the hallway to a door multiple times it varies 1 to 2 yards distance readings. Outside using it on distance target (the end on the next apartment building), same +- 2 yrds. That target was the side of a building, smaller targets are a different matter. If the target is big enough to fill most of the viewfinder then you can get about the same reading each time. However if the target is the same size as the aiming point in viewfinder say at about 250 yards away, the aiming sight is bouncing around and little difficult to get the same reading when you press the button, you read either way behind or way short in front of the target. Maybe a tripod stand would help?
On the golf course driving range distance signs are way inaccurate or its the Bresser Rangefinder 800. I never could get it to read the flags or the dear size sign distance marker on the range to read what the range said the distance was. Also the rangefinder never read the same readings. Not a good buy in my opinion.
I am using it for golf and even though it's working well, I am still a crap golfer!
If I have a complaint, it's that it's difficult to zero in on the flagstick, so I go to a close object to the pin to get an idea of distance. This works for me, so I am satisfied.
Without actually taking out a tape measure, don't know which one was reading correctly.. haha..