New laser rangefinder designed for ease-of-use

  • Golf
  • Sunday, 25 Sep 2022

The new GolfBuddy laser rangefinder has some telling features.

ONE way to lower your score is with the help of the GolfBuddy GB Laser 2S rangefinder, which can read distances from five to 880 yards and is accurate to within one yard.

That is according to the company, which said in a statement that the new rangefinder has been ergonomically designed and features three different targetting modes.GolfBuddy GB Laser 2S rangefinderGolfBuddy GB Laser 2S rangefinder

These are standard, scan and pin finder with vibration.

“The rangefinder also comes with an on/off slope feature that provides slope-adjusted distances for various elevations for more accuracy and is legal for handicap and tournament play,” the statement added.

“The standard mode comes with the click of a button while aiming at the target - the distance shows up in the display with a vibration.

“The scan mode is useful when measuring various targets. You just need to click the measurement button once to get the distance to each target. It can be scanned for 10 consecutive seconds, and it takes one short click to start.

“The pin mode is used when there are obstacles behind the pin,” said the statement. “Once aimed towards a specific target, click the measurement button and move the unit towards the pin to display the distance.

“The GB Laser 2S offers up to six times the magnification, making finding the target a breeze.

“This rangefinder also includes a vibration alert when the pin is detected, making it ideal for windy days or unsteady hands.”

It also features a magnetic function, making attaching the GolfBuddy GB Laser 2S to the cart bar easy.

It is also splash-proof rated, meaning that it can be used in light rain. Submerging in water is not recommended.

The GolfBuddy GB Laser 2S comes with a suggested retail price of RM1,350.

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