Bushnell Pro 1600 Slope Edition Rangefinder Review
Looking for a top-of-the-line laser golf rangefinder that can adjust distance ranges based on elevation and slope? The Bushnell 1600 Rangefinder Slope Edition receives exceptional reviews from actual golfers and is the rangefinder of choice for PGA Tour Professionals and their caddies.
Never guess again at distances or whether you can clear a sand trap or make the green on a par 5 in two. The Bushnell 1600 Slope Edition includes Bushnell's Slope Technology, which will give you precise distances to the green and the pin regardless if you are sitting above or below the green. The 1600 Slope edition will adjust the range based on the elevation of the hole so you know exactly how much club you will need to make the target.
It comes with a 7X magnification, a range of 5 to 1600 yards, is completely water-proof, and includes a 2 year warranty.
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The most used and trusted laser rangefinder used by PGA pros.
1600 yard reflective range
400 yard flag range
Accurate to within +/- one yard.
Powerful 7x magnification
9-volt battery included
Premium carry case included
No reflective prism necessary
Water-proof with Rainguard HD
Bushnell Pro 1600 Slope Edition Golf Rangefinder Reviews
Sample Customer Reviews
Reviews simply do not get much better than those given by actual owners of the Bushnell Pro 1600. Over 95% of reviews we have located are 4 or more stars (out of 5).
Positive Customer Reviews
My buddy has a Callaway and this is much more accurate. I find myself coming up short much less often now with the slope distance feature. Excellent all around.
Very easy to read and use. I use the pinseeker feature constantly and it works great for picking up the flag fast.
The best, better than I expected for sure. The Bushnell 1600 has the best optics, is the most accurate, and has the most magnification (7x) of any model I compared. Buy it.
Negative Customer Comments
They need to redesign the carrying case - tough to get the rangefinder in and out quickly.
The battery cover on my bushnell simply will not stay "clicked" in place.