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TESTERS ANNOUNCED: Precision Pro NX7 PRO Laser Rangefinder

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Precision Pro NX7 PRO

Laser Rangefinder



So how much do you need to spend to get a top performing laser rangefinder?


Well, apparently not as much as you might think. The Cincinnati-based Precision Pro has built its reputation on high performing rangefinders with all the features you might at a price you definitely will love. Oh, and there's a lifetime free battery replacement program, too.


There's a lot to like here.





The Precision Pro NX7 PRO model has all the stuff you might want in a rangefinder: adaptive slope mode, pulse vibration and a 400 yard max range. Features, however, are one thing - but what we really care about is performance.


That's where you come in.


We're looking for SIX avid, motivated and honest golfers to test, review and keep a Precision Pro NX7 PRO rangefinder, and let the MyGolfSpy community what you think.


This review opportunity is open to any golfer in the U.S. or Canada.





We take our community reviews pretty seriously here at MyGolfSpy, so please read and follow these instructions carefully.


1. You MUST sign up in this forum thread. Signing up in the blog comments section won't do you any good.


2. In this thread, please tell us the following:


- Your first name and home state/province

- What do you use currently to measure distance?


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We'll be selecting our six testers next week, so please make sure to check back here to see if you've been selected.


Good luck!

Hello, my name is Verne(Roy) Willits.  I am an avid golfer. I work as a golf caddie in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia at The Greenbrier Resort 5-7 times a week. I use a rangefinder everyday. I believe I would be perfect for a review of the product. I am a person who values integrity as one of the most important things to have in life.  Let me know if I can be of help.


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North Carolina ( Mount Airy aka:Mayberry)


I use an app called swing by swing. Works pretty good long as you have cell service. Tried the Garmon watch but aggravated with having to constantly connect it and wearing a watch isn't my preference.

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Dan,  Georgia

Garmin G-10 Approach

Bushnell Neo Ghost


I have used a GPS device because I cannot hold a steady enough hand on any range finder device to get a good shot.

Primarily looking for a range finder I can use to get distances to hazards.  That means I need to be able to shoot the ground in front of a hazard and get a reliable distance.  Very hard to shoot a nondescript area (one lacking a firm fixture) with a less than steady hand.  

Still looking for the Silver Bullet Range Finder.

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-Jeff / Iowa / USA

- Bushnell v3


- my bushnell had been acting up. I went to buy the NX7 online got to check out page, and waited on it. Heard nothing but good things. Want to compare ro bushnell

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Frank catelli

Washington state

Currently use an old garmen gps as well as the teelink app. Yardage book if i can't find AA batteries or my phone is out of data!

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