Discover the advantages (and disadvantages) of the Laser Link XL 1000 rangefinder. Does it live up to the brands good name? Find out here!
Will the target-specific Laser Link Quickshot 2.0 simplify or limit your game? Discover more so you can decide right here with our review.
The Bushnell Tour V3 is a step-up from its predecessor the V2. It comes with JOLT technology and is available with or without slope. Which version will you get?
With JOLT technology, the Bushnell Pro X7 is a real beauty. It is available both with and without slope. Which edition will win you over?
Do you need an affordable rangefinder that will get the job done? The no-fuss Breaking 80 IS500 is well worth checking out. You can do so here!
Does a rangefinder have a place on the golf course? We investigate the many benefits of golf rangefinders, as well as common complaints about their use in the sport.
The GX-1i2 is much more affordable than Leupold’s other golf rangefinders, but that doesn’t mean it is lacking in features. Discover what it offers right here.
Does Aerospace Grade Aluminium sound tough? Well it is, and so is the Leupold GX-3i2 which is made with the stuff! Check it out here.
When you want a basic rangefinder from a trusted brand, there is Leupold Pincaddie 2. Check it our review for details on this no-fuss device.
The interchangeable faceplates on the Leupold GX-4i2 mean that you can have a tournament legal device, or switch to slope when desired! How will you wear it?