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Laser Link Switch Tour Rangefinder

Two Technologies In One Rangefinder

The Laser Link Switch Tour rangefinder is two rangefinders in one with the flip of a switch! You get both RedHot 2 and Quick Shot 2.0 technologies so you can get your accurate distance to your target however you prefer.

Laser Link Switch Tour Rangefinder features:

  • RedHot 2 and Quick Shot 2.0 technologies in one simple device allows you to switch between powerful laser targeting with RedHot 2 or simple target-specific readings with Quick Shot 2.0
  • Just flip the switch to choose which mode you want to use
  • Red Dot Aiming System with Zero-In Alignment
  • Lightweight, easy to use pistol shaped device weighs just 6.4 ounces
  • Large, easy to read LCD display
  • Choose your yardage confirmation: Audio, Vibrate, Silent
  • Measures in yards and meters
  • Measures distance only to conform with USGA and R & A Rules as well as USGA Handicap Guidelines
  • Uses a 9 volt battery

Laser Link Switch Tour Rangefinder is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy Operation Observed a member of my golf club using one and he let me try his and explained its features. I have had another brand of laser and it was hard to operate and would lock on other objects. I also have the GPS type but it does not give exact yards like the Laser Link. I also like the feature of getting yards to objects other than pins with the relecters.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use.... Took this out on the course and found it to be easy to use.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smaller & more versatile! I bought the Laser Link Switch Tour Rangefinder a few weeks ago & love it. I generally use it in RH mode, rather than the QS mode, as I play in a traveling golf group where we never know if the pins will have crystals to shoot. I like the fact that I can shoot any object, although if I am shooting something close to the ground, it sometimes will give a false reading. It is much quicker than my friend's range finder by another company.
Date published: 2016-07-05
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