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Bushnell Tour V3 Laser RangeFinder With Slope Edition

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  • With its new ergonomic design and its award-winning PinSeeker with JOLT Technology, the Tour V3 sets
  • JOLT Technology eliminates all doubt by delivering short vibrating bursts to reinforce the laser has
  • Use what the Pros use, feel the exact distance

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  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 4 x 7.1 cm ; 191 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 386 g
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  • Batteries 1 CR2 batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 201361
  • ASIN: B00AHPQB42
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 13 May 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 175,167 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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With its new ergonomic design and its award-winning PinSeeker with JOLT Technology, the Tour V3 sets the standard for being the complete laser rangefinder package - design, performance and feel.JOLT Technology eliminates all doubt by delivering short vibrating bursts to reinforce the laser has locked onto the flag. Use what the Pros use, feel the exact distance... FEEL THE JOLT.Features Bushnell's patented Slope Technology that provides the golfer with compensated swing yardage depending on the degree of incline or decline.Features: PinSeeker Technology with JOLT to zero-in on the flag Accuracy within 1-yard 5 yards - 1,000 yards ranging performance. 300+ yards to a flag Slope Technology gives you compensated distances for hole's incline/decline 5x Magnification Ergonomic design provides a stable grip Posi-Thread™ Battery Door 3-Volt Battery and Premium Carry Case included Rainproof Construction 2 Year WarrantyTechnology:PinSeeker Technology™ with JOLT provides the golfer with short vibrating bursts to reinforce that the laser has locked onto the flag. JOLT Technology eliminates all doubt. Use what the pros use, feel the exact distance... feel the JOLT.Slope compensation calculates and adjusts swing yardage depending on the degree of slope.

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By AS on 25 Jun. 2014
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These range finders cost a lot, but for me are difficult to use. You need very steady hands to get accurate yardages. I find that even a little shake of the hands can give vastly different numbers. I have resorted back to my trusted Izzo Swami or Garmin. If the course you're playing is pre loaded on one of these devices, then these are much better. If not good luck.
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Excellent just hope it improves the golf. I can only use it on practice rounds as the slope feature is not admissible on competition days at my club.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Product - This "Slope" Edition NOT tournament legal (the V3 non-slope is legal when measuring devices are allowed) 6 Aug. 2013
By LBCO - Published on Amazon.com
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Be sure to read caution below about this V3 "Slope" model. You can't help but call this an excellent product. I've never used a golf laser finder. The ease and speed of use is amazing. It finds all targets easily and displays results instantly. The 5x brings distant targets into easy site range. I thought holding steadily for longer distances might be an issue, but it's really easy to get results. The new pin seeker technology, complete with jolt / vibrate when it locks on a target, is a nice touch. Note: It appears the pin seeker and jolt may activate only when a complex situation occurs. For example, the pin is in the foreground with bushes / trees behind, which might cause you to question "what" is being lasered. The pin seeker vibration confirms it knows there are bigger / other targets in the background, but has locked on to and is giving you the range to the closer target - good validation. This may be why some think the pin seeker / jolt doesn't work all the time. Reading the instructions may help. It seems if a pin is clearly identifiable, the distance is simply displayed. It is fool proof. Remarkable. It just works, instantly. Note, I am and will continue to be a skycaddie SGX user on the course, simply because of the complete information it provides like hole overview with bunkers, fairway ends, and ranges to 150 yards out - a more complete view of the hole. A laser will not replace my SkyCaddie.

I brought this V3 slope addition primarily for use on practice ranges that have mixed elevations (higher tee boxes, lower range targets, higher range targets, etc). Most times I just look at my SkyCaddieto see the pin distances based on where the teeing area is moved for the day and from where I set up to hit. The SkyCaddiefor most courses I have played include the driving ranges and target distances. For practice sessions, however, I really wanted to know the actual distance the practice target was "playing." At my primary, hilly driving facility, it turns out a "lower/downhill" target when lasered indicted 153 yards (which agreed with the SkyCaddie), but plays as 145 yards and "n" degrees down (both displayed). Good to know in practice. I realize that a lower green, let's say at only 120 yards, will not be impacted as much by elevation because of ball trajectory vs. a 220 yard pin with a different ball trajectory. Still fun.

Now for the caution, which I hope doesn't cause me to return this slope addition- - - still thinking. I use a SkyCaddie SGX for regular play. However, if I ever wanted to use a laser finder, this slope edition is OK for daily play . . BUT . . . you cannot use this device in any kind of tournament, even if you turn off the slope / plays-as distance feature. Thus, this slope edition is not tournament legal. Its less expensive counterpart, the V3 non-slope model includes jolt / pin seeker and is legal in any tournament where measuring devices are allowed (e.g. a SkyCaddie). I should have known this, but I missed this nuance on the V3 slope and V3 non-slope product pages. The V3 non-slope product page indicates "tournament legal." The V3 Slope product page doesn't indicate anything. For me, it would have been nice to have had the notation "not" tournament legal" explicitly indicated. Still, for fun travel to courses that have raised tees or those very low greens - vacation places - for fun play, this is a fun device. . . and for my primary goal of knowing true distances on hilly ranges, this is nice.

Re-cap. Excellent device. Couldn't be easier to use or quicker to display. Jolt indication worth buying the V3 product over the V2. The "V3 Slope" is a neat product, but it is not tournament legal (even if you turn off the slope feature). Will still use my SkyCaddie SGX for regular play because of the wealth of other information provided that I wouldn't want to be without. Will use this laser mostly at hilly practice ranges or if range is not in SkyCaddie(very rare these days). Before buying a laser, strongly consider the GPS golf devices, like SkyCaddie. IMO, a laser as an "additional" device makes sense, but not as your only golf device.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Exactly what I would hope for 4 April 2013
By Sal Berlingeri - Published on Amazon.com
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To be honest there is not a lot to say about this. It feels great in my hand, and has a nice light, but not cheap feel to it. The optics are great and the distances all seem to be spot on. It's very easy to spot the pin and it always gets my measurements on the first try. I'd love to write more, but it's hard to say anything other than it's great and I have zero complaints. I really like the size and feel of this over similar last year Leupold range finders. This gets the exact same measurements of my buddies, but I prefer the size and textured plastic feel of my Tour V3 over his. Though they both seem perform equally well.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Best investment for the average golfer 17 Sept. 2013
By Sean S - Published on Amazon.com
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I have used my Rangefinder for 8 rounds already and I would say its cut 4 - 5 strokes off my scores. I have a major issue with over clubbing and with the slope function that has stopped and i am hitting the correct clubs for the hole now. I can't emphasize how much of a difference that is, however i had not used a rangefinder before i got this one and its super easy to use.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Excellent battery life - very useful tool 15 May 2014
By Redwood George - Published on Amazon.com
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When buying this rangefinder the other comments had me a bit concerned about battery life - some reviews indicated only a half dozen rounds per battery. Because of that I bought an extra pack of 3 batteries which is still unopened; perhaps I didn't need to worry!

Since purchase I've played 22 rounds of golf on the original battery. I'll usually measure every shot except the tee shot, probably 25 times a round. Oh, and I usually end up shooting the yardage for my playing partner(s) as well, so realistically 50 measurements per round. Of course each measurement is actually a couple of shots - how far to the flag, how far to that bunker, where's that tree, etc. so maybe a total of 100 'lasings' per round. That means I've now measured in the neighborhood of 2,000 times on the original set of batteries and have yet to see the low battery indicator.

Beyond the battery life, this is an incredibly handy tool. I'm no longer taking a +/- five yard GPS measurement to the center of the green and hoping that's good enough. Now I know the exact distance to the flag and can even measure just how far I have to hit it to get over that bunker. I'm hitting more greens and leaving the ball on the right part of the green more often.

If I had to do it again, I probably wouldn't get the Slope Edition. I don't mind that it's not "competition approved" but the cost difference is quite a bit and most of the time I could guesstimate what kind of adjustment is needed for an uphill or downhill shot. (What would have been a LOT more useful would have been a "Wind Edition" rangefinder; I'm often playing into a one or two club wind and that's much more common than a significant slope to the green!)
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Easy to Use, Saves Time and Lowers Scores 3 Sept. 2013
By SoCal Golfer_10 - Published on Amazon.com
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The Bushnell V3 Slope Rangefinder is fantastic and can really save you strokes. This is my first rangefinder purchase, although I have used many in the past as a caddy, Bushnell is the best. The Slope Edition is very helpful because it calculates the difference in elevation and gives you both actual yardage and adjusted yardage through the easy to read scope. The Slope Edition is great for undulating courses and hilly terrain. If you play on a relatively flat courses you might not need the Slope Edition... Simply point and shoot through the cross-hairs and the V3 Slope Rangefinder will lock in on your target and buzz when are on the pin. Plus the 5x zoom helps view the hole even when you don't need calculate yardage. I wear glasses and have no problems using the device. It fits in your hand well, the carrying case is sturdy (zips close and elastic band) and is just so easy to use. Just be sure to keep the lens clean. Saves time and will lower your scores giving you confidence knowing the right yardage and right club in hand. Any serious golfer must own the Bushnell V3 Slope Rangerfinder. You won't be disappointed.
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