Category: Optical Rangefinders

Why spend $500 on a rangefinder, when you can spend a third of that on a rangefinder? That’s the position Lofthouse have subtly adopted in this ...

When it comes to optics in general, you wouldn’t dare argue that Leupold don’t know their stuff. They have a remarkable reach with their various products, ...

Leupold certainly have a winning formula when it comes to rangefinders, and the GX product line is a classic example of continually improving the wheel, ...

I’m always a bit reticent when I see non-golfing brands making leaps across industry channels. Maybe it’s a narrow-minded viewpoint on my part, but I ...

Nikon isn't the first brand that jumps to mind when you think about golf or rangefinders. But given their strong reputation in the field of optics and ...

As one of the pioneers in driver technology, who would have thought Callaway would try their hand at becoming a thought leader in laser rangefinders? Well, ...

Bushnell describe this product as “the perfect combination of size, speed, accuracy, slope and jolt.” After testing it ourselves we couldn't agree more! ...

So, I’ll be frank. When I first picked up the Bushnell Pro X7, there was one thing I just couldn’t take my eyes off… the price tag! Yep, 450 big ones (or ...

One of the key elements of creating a great product – whether that’s rangefinders or widgets – is to avoid reinventing the wheel, and that’s where Bushnell ...

The Bushnell Tour X Rangefinder has upped the anti in the rangefinder market with its interchangeable Faceplate technology that provides a configuration ...

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