Laser Distance Finder

February 20, 2015 - Comment
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Share the joy         The Longridge Pin Point laser range finder is an advanced device designed to provide precise distance measurements up to 656yd (600m). It offers the latest digital circuit design and comes with unique optical properties that provide sharp clear images. Its special rain feature provides accurate distance measurements even through the rain and


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The Longridge Pin Point laser range finder is an advanced device designed to provide precise distance measurements up to 656yd (600m). It offers the latest digital circuit design and comes with unique optical properties that provide sharp clear images. Its special rain feature provides accurate distance measurements even through the rain and snow. It is superior to other models due to its lens quality and reliability. Additionally, it can serve as a high quality spotting monocular.

Product Features

  • Ranging distance:15-400m
  • Ranging method: semiconductor laser (harmless to eyes)
  • Ranging error:1m0.1%
  • Ranging display mode: LCD display
  • Effective objective diameter: 24mm
  • Focusing mode: eyepiece focusing
  • Magnification: 6x
  • Field of view at 1000m: 122m
  • Ranging mode: RAIN, RELF, >150, No display (stands for standard mode)
  • Power:CR-2(3V)
  • Dimension: 39X110X69mm
  • Weight: <165g

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Comments

59 Pierre says:

Rangefinder Never one to jump in with both feet, I was a little sceptical when I first saw this but, comparing it’s price with other simialr items and after reading the reviews, I decided to go ahead.I used it for the first time on Sunday at a course I will be joining in the new year which is relatively unknown to me, having only played there about 4 or 5 times. Not having the steadiest of hands, I thought it might be a little difficult to get a reading on a ‘limp’ flag in the distance, but it couldn’t have been easier.Suffice to say, when faced with what I guessed was a 2nd shot of about 170 yards, I was shocked to find it was in reality 196! I changed club and left my shot 5 feet from the flag and got the birdie, as opposed to 20-odd feet short of the green, with a chance of a par.As you can imagine, I am very, very, impressed with it’s ease of use and accuracy and would recommend it to anybody

pra217 says:

I took a chance on longridge I read the reviews before buying and decided the longridge was worth a go. 

Mr. Jh Jessop says:

Cheap is dear Inexpensive may mean bargain but I’m afraid this is just cheap. I do wonder if the same faulty product is being recycled and then subject to scathing reviews time and again! Like another poster, the packaging around mine was partially open, and so was the wrapping for the separately packed battery. I then discovered, just like someone else, that though distances were displayed correctly the wretched thing kept shutting down and the only way to reboot it was to disconnect the battery and reinsert. This happened 3 times in the first 20 minutes and I couldn’t wait to get rid of it.The best thing about the whole experience was Amazon’s tremendous return system. Picked up by DHL from the front doorstep and a rapid refund. That will certainly encourage me to buy further consumer durables from Amazon.

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