Nikon Coolshot 20i GII Golf Rangefinder - White

Model Number: 20i G II
Web Code: 13644031

Overview

Improve your game with accurate target readings from the Nikon Coolshot golf rangefinder. It uses incline/decline (ID) technology to indicate an uphill or downhill shot and provides accurate slope readings. With a measuring range of 6 to 800 yards, this rangefinder gives you all the essential information you need on the course.
$329.99
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  • Laser rangefinder provides a measuring range of 8 to 600 yards for briefing you on pins, hazards, or the distance of your clubs at the driving range
  • 8-second continuous measurement for a reading a putt or long approach
  • Displays in 1 yard increments and accurate to +/- 1 yard inside of 100 yards, or +/- 2 yards over 100 yards
  • ID (incline/decline) technology with its "plays as" identification gives you an estimate on whether the shot must be played uphill or downhill
  • 6x magnification lets you view your target with ease
  • Full rainproof design with IPX4 certification means this rangefinder works well during inclement weather
Activity
Golf
Type
Laser Rangefinder
Material
Glass; Plastic; Electronics
Assembly Required
No
Country of Origin
Myanmar
Colour
White
Width
3.3 cm
Height
7 cm
Depth
9.4 cm
Weight
120 g
  • Rangefinder, Manual
  • Case
  • Wrist Strap
  • CR2 Battery

  • Ok but finicky
    by

    from Vancouver, B. C., Canada on October 8, 2019

    It's light and compact, fits in the hand comfortably. It doesn't have a stabilizer so minor shakes in the hand make it a little difficult to get a reading. It does work on the flag but you have to hold the button down and be aware that it will show two distances: one for the flag and one for behind it. Be careful. It does provide a slope adjustment reading but I'm not sure that it's really worthwhile. I've come to just use the actual distance and then my own judgment. Rain seems to interfere with the distance, too. The optics, though, are nice and clear. I use it with a GPS unit because identifying hazards is a bit tricky.


  • Case closure could be better
    by

    from North Vancouver  on September 21, 2019

    Seems accurate compared to my Garmin GPS. Like the slope yardages. Smaller than my old bushnell. Would have preferred a magnetic closure as opposed to a snap


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