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Bushnell Golf- Tour Z6 Tournament Edition Laser Rangefinder

Item #: 19BSHTOURZ6RBGGC11111102
Rock Bottom Price: $399.00
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Instantaneously acquire flags up to 450 yards away with extreme speed and incredible range. Add to that the unmatched precision of Read More
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About This Item

  • Manufacturer: Bushnell Golf
  • Model: Tour Z6 Tournament Edition
  • SKU: 19BSHTOURZ6RBGGC11111102
  • Condition: NEW, FACTORY SEALED
  • Makeup/Loft: See Description
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Instantaneously acquire flags up to 450 yards away with extreme speed and incredible range. Add to that the unmatched precision of E.S.P. (Extreme. Speed. Precision), and the clarity of VDT (Vivid Display Technology), and you have the world's most technologically advanced laser in the palm of your hand.
Features:
  • Tour Certified
  • PinSeeker Technology to zero in on the flag
  • Up to 1/2 yard accuracy
  • 5 yards-1,300 yards ranging performance (450+ yards to a flag)
  • Vivid Display Technology (VDT) for all lighting conditions
  • E.S.P. (Extreme. Speed. Precision.)
  • 6x Magnification (objects appear 6x closer)
  • Premium lens coatings for superb optical quality
  • Adjustable diopter setting
  • Rubber armored metal housing
  • Posi-Thread Battery Door
  • Waterproof (IPX7) and RainGuard HD lens coating
  • 3-Volt Battery and Premium Carry Case are also included
  • 2 Year Warranty
  • Product Reviews

    Bushnell Golf- Tour Z6 Tournament Edition Laser Rangefinder
    $399.00
    5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
    Bob
    Fullerton, California
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Tour Z6
    February 10, 2013
    I like this range finder. It turns on and tracks yardage very quickly. It is very consistent and accurate. It is a little on the small side so I do find that I use both hands to shoot yardage on courses that do not have the prisms on the top of the flag sticks to not get a yardage on something behind the flag.