The RAZR Rangefinder provides quick and accurate distance measurement up
to 600 yards and features First Target Priority Mode which displays the range
to the nearest target among multiple results obtained with a single measurement.
Callaway's most compact and powerful golf rangefinder has a fully elastomer
armored body design that is 10% smaller than previous models.
Callaway Nikon RAZR Rangefinders feature:
Selectable backlighting for low light conditions
6x monocular, 1 yard increment readings
Fast, simple one-touch measurements
Nikon's First Target Priority mode
Shock resistant and fogproof
Waterproof - filled with nitrogen gas, sealed with o-rings (except battery
Multi-coated optics with improved light transmittance
Focusing diopter by simple twisting action on eyepiece
Reticle allows users to know ranging in progress
Capable of distancing different targets in succession for up to 8 seconds
Compact, lightweight design
Carabiner built-in for ease of access with all walking bags and tour bags
Included travel pouch for protection and lens care
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Callaway Nikon RAZR Rangefinder
look good and easy to use
I like the way it fix in your hand. Easy to use and easy to see though. Pretty accuracy.
January 31, 2014
Callaway Nikon RAZR Rangefinder
Disappointed! First off the target lock-in is very unstable, therefore you get multiple numbers along with the flag's, if it permits. Some times it reads the flag on first sight (but because of the 8sec. lapse, you'll sure to lose it to a tree!), than at times if you miss it the first time and a bunch of different measurements appear like the surrounding trees and other objects and/or you might get the flag back (this rarely happens) before the 8 sec. measurement time limit, which I think is to long of a period because it's nearly possible to hold this tool steady for that long. A shorter scan period (lets say 4 sec.) would improve this operation. If you miss the flag in the initial reading and get a tree for instance, it won't relinquish the tree measurement at times and you'll find yourself resetting to attempt again (a lot of wasted time involved). So in other words if I see a flash of a measurement that seems logical it might be worth the chance to use this measurement because you might not get it back or you'll have to reset and start the process over again. I find measurements over a 180 yards or so to be a guessing game and have to recheck the course yardage markers to guess it right, HaHa. But as the saying goes "you get what you pay for" and with the discount given, free shipping, I say no more, the jokes on me. Hope this post helps!
January 28, 2014
Takes a steady hand to get consistant yardages, took a while to used to it. I was used to GPS so it was a dramatic change.
July 3, 2013
Very clear optics.
The RAZR range finder works very well. I have played 4 rounds using it instead of my Sky Caddie SG5 and I have found that it is easier to use and more accurate, as you don't always know where the pin is on the green. The RAZR tells you exactly how far the pin is, and finds the pin with ease. I am 63 yrs. old and the hand is not so steady any more, but it doesn't seem to be a problem picking up the pin with the RAZR. I wish I would have gotten it years ago instead of staying with the Sky Caddie so long.
June 19, 2013