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EL1 Laser Rangefinder

$199.99

Are your looking to EL1 Laser Rangefinder for your golf playing experience better, Here we have summarized the advance benefits, pricing, product comparison, shopping discount code(if available currently) & few of customer feedback for your reference, read it fully and choose it your own EL1 Laser Rangefinder.

Description

The EL1 laser rangefinder combines high performance and quality in a stylish design. The light weight and compact HD Golf Impact Screen is packed with all the essential functions for all golfers in an ergonomically compact form.

Featuring the Auto Slope function that allows you to see the straight distance as well as slope-adjusted distance. The EL1 is like having your own personal caddie in the palm of your hand. 


EL1 Features and Data Parameters

The ProTee Halogen Light System Laser Rangefinder brings together amazing technology to assist you in finding the correct distance to the pin. The highly accurate scan mode helps you grasp the surroundings of your target. Lower your score with the EL1 Rangefinder.

  • Auto Slope 
  • 1,000 Yard Range 
  • 6x Optical Magnification 
  • Continuous Scan Mode (Normal Mode)
  • Vibration & Alert (Pin Mode)
  • Available in Black & Mint Color 

Specifications

Dimensions: 1.3″ x 2.6″ x 3.7″
Weight: 5.6 oz
Color: Black & Mint
Accuracy:  +/- 1 yard
Measuring Range: 5 – 1,000 yards 
Magnification: 6x
Battery Type: CR2 (3V)
Battery Life: Approximated 5,000 times

5 reviews for EL1 Laser Rangefinder

  1. Oliver

    Great Range Finder
    I love the combination of conventional range finder and GPS distance.
    I like the clarity of the eye piece. Things are very clear, even at a great distance.
    I don’t like that I have to recharge the battery every time I use it.
    It does not have any slope or elevation correction. I don’t mind at all, but some users may prefer those features. As far as I know, there are no hybrid range finders with these features available.
    I use this range finder virtually every day and I truly love it.

  2. Noah

    Needs some improvements
    I love the concept but they need to make some improvements. 1. No slope capability. 2. No off button for the GPS and the shut off timer doesn’t work. 3. GPS display is hard to see even if backlight is on. It loses the course a few times a round so you have to reset it. I do like the idea and having the green distances is great. However, I hope they make some improvements on future models.

  3. Emma

    Disappointing battery
    GPS battery doesn’t hold a charge. If not charged right before the round it won’t last for 18 holes.

  4. Liam

    Like the GPS
    I have always used a Lazer range finder. But having this GPS built into the unit really helps. This time of year in Ore. most courses go to Power cats must keep on the path.. So I can look at the GPS and see what clubs I am going to need. Rather than grabbing 4 or 5 clubs. Now I normally just take 2 or 3. And with pins in the back. I now know how much room I have over the pin to the back of the green. BUt can’t get the unit to par with my phone to give me an overview of the holes and trouble. They say you can get 2 rounds out of the battery of the GPS. I have only got 27 holes.

  5. Olivia

    Not mountable
    Older Bushnell Rangfinders had a little screw in them so you could buy a mount for your cart. When you drove up to your ball, you could just glance at it to see your middle/front/center yardages if you didn’t want/need to also shoot the yardage. It would also make it easy for playing partners to see these yardages without picking up the device.

    This model doesn’t have that, so it sits in the cart and I have to pick it up to look at it every time.

    I know it sounds minor, and that I am lazy. But I am unsure why Bushnell would update it and take a simple feature away that made it super convenient to use.

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GPS rangefinders are great for getting general distances on the fly and for tracking the yardage on your shots while laser rangefinders give you precise measurements with enhanced features, durability, reliability, and usability.
Laser Rangefinders are definitely worth the money if you are looking to improve you game. There are budget options for under $100 that will give you a reliable and accurate reading of distance and if you play regularly, you will get value for money from the rangefinder.
 

The Bushnell Prime 1800 is a good example of a laser rangefinder configured for hunters. It has a range of about 1,800 yards, which is plenty of reach for hunters. And its near-target ranging is as close as 5 yards, perfect for bowhunters.

A new category has emerged in the last couples years: hybrid GPS rangefinders. These devices look like laser rangefinders, but they include GPS features either on a side screen or right in the viewfinder as with the Garmin Z80 shown above. These units have everything you could want.

How does a laser rangefinder work? Laser rangefinders emit electromagnetic pulses in laser beams via their optoelectronic systems. The laser beam is reflected off the target’s surface and returns to the rangefinder. Next, the rangefinder’s systems process the beam to measure the distance.