FIRST LOOK: Bushnell’s Pro X3 rangefinder offers new Slope feature
The Slope with Elements function on Bushnell’s Pro XE rangefinder made it a cinch for golfers to get the exact yardage to the target by taking into account elevation, temperature and barometric pressure. Guesswork was a thing of the past. If an accurate Slope function is good, Bushnell believes one that stores their home elevation is even better.
With the new Pro X3, golfers will have the ability to store their home elevation to reflect the adjusted distances where they play their most golf. The Slope function can be found on the new dual display that provides the ability to switch between bright red or crisp black display settings based on light conditions and user preference.
“The Pro X3 is replacing the industry’s best laser, the Pro XE, and it will now set a new standard in laser rangefinders,” said William Flood, Bushnell’s global product manager. “From its sleek, ergonomically sound design to dual display and the best-compensated distances available, the Pro X3 offers accuracy and performance other lasers simply do not deliver.”
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For golfers who play competitively, a patent-pending Lock Slope-Switch ensures the unit won’t switch into Slope mode — the function isn’t legal during tournament play — during competition via a locking mechanism.
A fully waterproof metal housing and integrated magnetic cart mount make it easy to attach it to the side of the cart, regardless of the weather conditions. PinkSeeker with Visual JOLT confirms a lock on the correct target with a 600-yard maximum flag range.
Bushnell’s Pro X3 rangerfinder will be available this Fall for $599.99.
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