Nikon 8370 Prostaff 550 Laser Rangefinder (Realtree) Review
Looking for a hunting rangefinder that's both affordable in comparison to units with similar features and receives outstanding feedback from hunters? If so, consider the Nikon 8370 Prostaff 550 Laser Rangefinder.
The Nikon Prostaff 550 comes equipped with a number of features that make it the perfect hunting rangefinder.
REALTREE APG HD camo
Versatile, functional and durable, the Nikon 8370 features REALTRE camouflage that blends into your surroundings.
Nikon's Tru-Target distance technology offers variable ranging mode functionality allows for use in many diverse hunting situations and topography.
Superior Nikon Optics
The Nikon Prostaff 550 Rangefinder comes equiopped with a useful 6X zoom monocular and Nikon's celebrated multi-coated optics featuring hi-res images and nonreflective coatings.
Fast & Easy to Use
Measurements are literally only a button push away and information is clearly displayed on clean, easy-to-see, LCD display.
Waterproof & Fogproof - Hunters can use the Prostaff 550 in any weather conditions.
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Features & Specs
Measurement Range: 11-550 yds
Increment Range: .05/1 yds
Angular Field of View (Real): 6 degrees
Angular Field of View (Apparent): 34.9 degrees
Eye Relief: 18mm
Size: 5.1x1.5x2.7 inches
Weight: 6.3 ounces without batter
Battery: 1 CR2 Lithium
Objective Lens Diameter: 21mm
Exit Pupil: 3.5mm
Nikon 8370 Prostaff 550 Laser Rangefinder Reviews
Sample Customer Reviews
Feedback from actual Hunters that use the Nikon Prostaff 550 has been oustanding with over 84% of all reviews we've located being 4 ore more stars (out of 5).
Positive Customer Reviews
Perfect for use in the woods. Accurate and lightweight, fits my hand well. I never realized how bad I was at estimating distances.
No more arguing about distances with my dad now that I have the Nikon 550 rangefinder. Used it for both deer and turkey...very accurate.
By far the best rangefinder for the money.
Negative Customer Comments
Works very well for short distances but I find it hard to keep still enough when over 200 yards or so. Probably need a tripod.