Bushnell Rangefinders use premium fully multi-coated optics and BaK-4 prisms. At a push of a button, they display exact distances to your target.
Those with built in ARC Bow and Rifle modes deliver the "shoots-like" horizontal distance plus bullet drop and holdover information. They offer Vivid Displays, RainGuard antifog coatings and fully waterproof designs for reliability and clarity in all conditions. Most are rubber armored and have twist-up eyecups for viewing comfort. Most offer a built-in tripod mount and diopter adjustment. Carrying cases and neck straps are usually included for most models.
The Bushnell Fusion 1600 ARC binocular/rangefinder is the ultimate in efficiency. It melds the best of Bushnell binoculars with laser rangefinding capabilities and it's no heavier than a pair of 10x42 mm binoculars. Range is 10 to 1600 yards.
The Bushnell Elite 1500 laser rangefinder features a standard scan mode, bullseye and brush mode. This model was chosen by the US Army to augment the combat capabilities of our troops. Range is 5 to 1600 yards.
The Legend 1200 ARC laser rangefinder has a built-in digital inclinometer. Engineered in a compact vertical configuration, it delivers instant readings to 1,200 yards. It offers many modes, including bow, rifle, bullseye, brush and scan.
The Bushnell Scout 1000 ARC laser rangefinder has advanced ballistic technology made amazingly simple and precise in a pocket sized design. Range is 5 to 1000 yards.
The Bushnell Bowhunter Chuck Adams Edition laser rangefinder is the finest archery-specific laser rangefinder. Ultra compact and lightweight, it offers Angle Range Compensation (ARC). Range is 5-800 yards.
The Sport 600 Laser Rangefinder by Bushnell is extremely lightweight and lightning fast. It offers a vertical configuration and 4x magnification. Range is 5-800 yards and it's the easiest to use.
The Bushnell Sport 450 laser rangefinder offers a compact design with a textured grip. One button operation makes it easy to use.
The Yardage Pro laser rangefinder has fully multicoated optics and is combined with a premium 4-12x 42mm riflescope. The laser rangefinder is activated with a wireless trigger pad.
There are several choices for laser rangefinders for golfers. You'll find options such as pinseeker, which zooms in on flags, scan, which displays multiple ranges when panning, and slope which provides compensated distance.
The Pro 1600 Slope Edition laser rangefinder determines distances based on the degree of elevation change. It will tell you how to play and give you confidence to the last yard. It's the most widely used laser rangefinder by tour professionals.
The Pro 1600 Tournament Edition offers more modes. You'll have fewer strokes, and this is legal for tournament play. It allows for easy acquisition of the flag without inadvertently capturing background target distances.
The Tour V2 Slope Edition gives a precise fit to the hand while delivering exact distances to the pin. It features the patented Bushnell Slope Technology so you can get the exact distance even on a slope.
The Tour V2 is compact with the power you want and a grip that feels and looks great.
The Medalist gives a sleek horizontal profile and can find any pin. It works quick and natural to the eye, able to find pins tucked into the deepest corners of the green.
Bushnell also offers GPS Rangefinders. They use satellite technology to give you the yardage to the pin, or any point on the hole, in vivid, sun-light readable color. You can download color maps, storing courses and provides scorekeeping and stat-tracking capabilities.
The Yardage Pro XGC will take your game to the next level and store up to 100 courses while the Yardage Pro XG stores 20 courses. The Yardage Pro will store up to 10 courses while the Neo is the smallest, most compact golf GPS unit available.