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  1. OFFICIAL PRECISION PRO NX7 REVIEW MDGolfHacker - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 Schnergun - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 SCC4380 - Stage 1 - Stage 2 - Stage 3 Visit Precision Pros website HERE Visit Precision Pros Facebook HERE Visit Precision Pros Twitter HERE Visit Precision Pros Instagram HERE
  2. Precision Pro has folowed up it's NX7 rangefinder a Most Wanteed Wnner for Value with the NX9 HD. Offering all the same technology from the previous version but enhanced HD optics take this price friendly range finder to a new level where it competes with some of the biger name brands. Precisionn Pro has provided the following testers all with the NX9 HD to test out on the range, on the course and any other interesting place they may decide to put it to work. Follow along as they will be sharing their thoughts via a Stage 1 post in the next couple of days, then participating in an ongoing dialouge about their experiences, and wrapping up with a comprehensive Stage 2 post. Testing the NX9 HD are the following members. jbmullin Stage 1 Stage 2 jonmusc08 Stage 1 Stage 2 FromRighttoLeft Stage 1 Stage 2 Perserveringgolfer Stage 1 Stage 2 Russtopherb Stage 1 Stage 2 B.Boston Stage 1 Stage 2 poprocksncoke Stage 1 Stage 2 GolfSpy_MPR Combined Review
  3. Seen a couple youtube videos about the approach G80 from Garmin , highly touted as the first 2 in 1 launch monitor and range finder, any one have or tried one? Steep price tag but I have been looking for a decent range finder , could kill 2 birds here.
  4. TESTERS ANNOUNCED! Who are the seven forum users that the NX9 has locked on for testing? @FromRightToLeft @Jbmullin @russtopherb @B.Boston @poprocksncoke @JonMUSC08 @perseveringgolfer @GolfSpy MPR Full announcement found here. Testers Wanted (7) Anyone that has read or better yet tried one of the previous versions of the Precision Pro rangefinders knows a couple things for sure. The company is very customer oriented, responding to any manor of questions promptly and efficiently. It's very first iteration of range finders—nexus- was among the least expensive on the market, but didn't meet with a huge success. Enter the NX7 series, and it's award winning performance in Most Wanted testing, and Precision Pro had a winner on it's hand, a very reliable, accurate rangefinder priced in the $200 to $250 range, with many comprable competitors sellingn for $350 to $450. Precision Pro held it's own in the land of the established icon brands. So with a product firmly entrenched in the value category, Precision Pro is introducing the next level of rangefinder for company. The NX9 offers an HD display to an already quality product. To find out all the tech behind it, you can read The First Look articles published earlier this spring Precision Pro Nx9 First Look So we are offering seven US or members from anywhere in the world, the chance to test/review and keep a NX9 HD rangefinder. Golfspy_MPR will be riding shotgun along with the testers on this as you, write a very through review for the forum, and provide ongoing thoughts during the review period in the review thread. How To Apply Please provide the following information in a separate post----DO NOT QUOTE or COPY THIS POST! First Name/City of Residence. Do you currently use a rangefinder or GPS for distance measuring or rely on good old eyeballing! If you use a device what model and brand We'll be selecting the testers next week. Be sure to check back and see if you've been selected.
  5. Say thanks to Dad with our Fathers Day sale! Save $40 on the NX7 Pro and save $30 on the NX7. www.precisionprogolf.com
  6. Hello all, This is my first post on this thread so go easy on me. I was wondering if anyone in the MyGolfSpy community had any experience with this range finder. All i could find were a few amazon reviews and reviews of the older model. Seems like a steal for that price! https://www.costco.com/CaddyTek-Golf-Laser-Rangefinder%2C-CaddyView-V2-%2BSlope.product.100419508.html
  7. As the MGS Rangefinder 2018 review came out I thought I will add my 5 cents to it as the one I'm using was not in the comparison. Based solely on looks it's in my opinion the best looking rangefinder out there. Its got 7X magnification, lifetime warranty, its waterproof up to 1M and it's super light. I can only compare it to the Bushnell Tour V4 I was using, and its different. The Pinseeker and Jolt technology on the bushy is amazing, and it took me some time to get used to the pinmaster. But the optics are so much clearer, and the zoom makes it just a little easier to get the distance.... At $600 it's (I think) the most premium rangefinder out there. Is it worth the price based on performance alone? I'm not too sure. If the bushnell was a lot cheaper (its only about $130 difference) i think it would make for a much easier choice. I like, and always liked, the quality of Leica stuff. I love the way it looks, and the crystal clear optics are worth the extra few bucks for me. So I think I'll be keeping it in the bag.
  8. Did a search and couldn't find anything on this topic, so excuse me if this has been brought up before. I'm having LCD issues with my rangefinder where the distances aren't displaying. The laser and jolt work just fine. But when a distance is supposed to appear, I either get nothing or maybe 1 bar that is supposed to be part of a number. It's the Bushnell TOUR V3. I bought it a little over a year ago. I've already contacted Bushnell CS. They were pretty short and not very helpful in both emails and over the phone. From what I gather, even if I were to send the product in, it could take them up to 5 weeks to have it back in my hands and even then, it's not a guarantee that they could even fix it. So has anyone ever had this issue? And no, the rangefinder never got wet. I always keep it cased. I already changed the battery, left the battery out of it for 3 days, and have never dropped it.
  9. Hey Guys...quick Press Release from Bushnell on a new Rangefinder. I'm in desperate need of a new one, and this one just went to the top of my list (pending the results of Most Wanted Testing) Unique Exchange and Dual Display Technologies Lead Host of Premium Features on World's Most Advanced Laser Rangefinder Overland Park, KS, January XX, 2015 – Bushnell Outdoor Products, makers of the #1 laser rangefinder on the PGA Tour, today introduced its latest innovative laser rangefinder – TOUR X. In an effort to continue catering to over 97 percent of PGA Tour pros and top amateurs who trust Bushnell laser rangefinders, the TOUR X has been engineered with Exchange Technology. Using two interchangeable faceplates, Exchange Technology gives the golfer a 2-in-1 device. The TOUR X conforms to USGA rule 14-3/.05 when the black faceplate is engaged. When users switch to the red faceplate, the TOUR X deploys Slope Technology providing players with adjusted distance readings based on elevation changes. “We are proud to unveil our most feature-packed laser rangefinder to date, which continues our legacy of dominance in professional golf,” said Scott Peterson, Bushnell Senior Product Manager. “The introduction of the TOUR X once again proves we are not only committed to the Tour player, but also the elite amateur player who requires precise yardage readings during practice and tournament rounds.” In an endless pursuit of absolute precision through industry-leading technologies, The TOUR X features Dual Display Technology (DDT) that allows users to easily toggle between the bright red display featuring Vivid Display Technology or the crisp black display, incredible ranging capability of up to 1,300 yards (450+ yards to a flag), 2nd Generation E.S.P. (Extreme. Speed. Precision.) and PinSeeker with JOLT Technology. Bushnell Golf also included JOLT Technology amongst the host of features offered in the new TOUR X. When the golfer aims the TOUR X at the flag, JOLT Technology will provide short, vibrating bursts to reinforce Bushnell's advanced PinSeeker Technology has isolated the target and locked onto the flag. The vibrating bursts provided by JOLT Technology will assure golfers have the exact distance to the flag. The TOUR X is also equipped with 2nd generation E.S.P. technology. E.S.P. provides yardage five times faster and more accurately than ever before. Not only has the acquisition speed been increased to a lightning fast level, E.S.P. provides 1Ž2 yard accuracy from five to 125 yards, and the distance is displayed to 1/10th of a yard. Having more accurate distances enables the golfer to strategize and hit every approach shot with confidence. The TOUR X will be available at Bushnell retailer's nationwide beginning in early April. Retail price for the TOUR X is $499. Bushnell, the #1 choice of professional golfers, offers a full range of rangefinders, which continue to change and improve the way golfers assess distances, ultimately improving performance. For more information on the Bushnell family of rangefinders, visit the company's website at www.bushnellgolf.com. To obtain images of the TOUR X, please go towww.bushnellgolfpr.com.
  10. Hi all, Need to get ride of a lot of extra items at the house, here is the list: Prices are obo 1) Fujikura Speeder Evolution 661 (non-tour spec) with Nike adapter. Not tipped, plays 44.5" installed $150 2) Bushnell V2 Ranger finder (non-slope) Great condition, not abused just recently upgraded and don't need 2. $130 3) Tour Exotics CB Pro H 24* (bent to 22) with tour issue Aldila Tour Green 105 TX (plays between S-X) rocket launcher. $100 4) Rife Barbados 34" (no cover) $55 5) Taylormade Tour Stand Staff Bag (SLDR model) Mint condition used sparingly. $225 6) Nike Zoom Attack Black and Grey 7.5, never been used still has tags $50 These items will be shipped from Canada, if you are east of the Mississippi add $5. If you are purchasing multiple items we can make a packed deal. You can message me directly at: edpanis@hotmail.com
  11. Okay let's start with a little warming... My English is poor so please read 'around' it So now that's clear lets start with the real topic. In my search as a budgetgolfer for cheap way's to play the game as advanced as possible i went searching for a cheap rangefinder. My friends all own nice shiny Bushnell's but my wife kill's me if i come home with such a prisey product that i probably won't really need as i allready use a Garmin X40 on the course and GolfShot as app on my phone... Never the less a man stay's a boy and i wanted that shiny new gadget too so i opend up Ebay and i started to look for review's of a cheap Chinees one... There were 1000's of them but i couldn't find a review online that was clear enough for me to take the dive and order one. So i took a deep breath and just bought one! Now i have it for a few weeks and i thought to give the golfworld my first thougt about it and let's be hounest, i don't know if this will be that clear but at least i tried The 100 US dollar rangefinder found it's way into my home pretty quick and my first thoughts are positive. It had clean OEM style looks and the plastic housing doesnt feel cheap. One thing that really suprised me was the clear optical lens!!! But does it work? A test isn't a test if i didn't take another rangefinder with me on the course to keep the results next to so here are a few test messurments. I used the ZIYOUHU, a Bushnell Tour V2, and for a few tests on a hole my Garmin X40 golf watch and the GolfShot app on my Android phone. As you can see the messurments are pretty much te same and because of the wind the flagstick wasn't 'steady' also but i hadn't had the feeling the Ciese was well off... Als they both don't messure in half's... (in this case meters). So why won't everybody have too buy one then? Sometimes its pretty hard to shoot a flag and you need 4 ore even 5 shots to get the distance... For me that's no problem but i can understand that peaple would hate that, for this price i'm okay with it. I look at it as riding in a second hand barrel ore a brand new BMW. They both bring you from A to B, the last one with some more comfort, class, and style.
  12. OFFICIAL FORUM MEMBER REVIEW BUSHNELL TOUR V4/V4 SLOPE LASER RANGEFINDERS Follow along as our forum members give their feedback on the Bushnell V4 and V4 Slope series of laser rangefinders. Without further ado, lets meet our testers. Sluggo42 Stage 1 Stage 2 Chris O. Stage 1 Stage 2 JudgeSmails Stage 1 Stage 2 ThatGinger96 Stage 1 Stage 2 Ole Gray Stage 1 Stage 2
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