Bushnell has unveiled its new Pro X2 rangefinder, billed as its most advanced laser rangefinder ever.
A toggle on the side of the Pro X2 allows golfers to engage Slope-Switch Technology, which offers "real yardages" with gradients taken into account.
The toggle allows the rangefinder to be used in competition and practice play, as golfers cannot compete with Slope Technology turned on.
“The Pro X2 provides golfers with the best of both worlds with a 2-in- 1 Laser Rangefinder. Slope-Switch Technology makes it extremely easy to get compensated distances with a flick of a switch,” said Derek Schuman, Bushnell Golf Marketing Manager.
“The introduction of the Pro X2 demonstrates our passion to provide Tour players and elite amateur players with the most precise distance measuring devices on the market.”
The Pro X2 is fully waterproof, and has a range up to 1,300 yards. Yardages are shown quickly, and the device can jolt when it is locked onto the flag is the user wants it to.
A bright red or crisp black display is offered, and distances inside 125 yards are given in half yards.
Available: end of March