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  • Hawke 800 Laser Rangefinder

    R3,579

    Hawke Laser Range Finders are designed to deliver highly accurate distance measurements with the press of a button.

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  • Leica Rangemaster CRF 2700-B Rangefinder

    Leica Rangemaster CRF 2700-B Rangefinder

    R12,549

    The Leica Rangemaster CRF 2700-B Rangefinder is a handy accessory for hunters and shooters.

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  • Vortex Viper HD 3000 Laser Rangefinder

    Vortex Viper HD 3000 Laser Rangefinder

    R13,509

    The Vortex Viper HD 3000 Laser Rangefinder gives you the tools to act quickly and confidently, with a 3,000-yard max range and a stunning HD optical system that lets you pinpoint big game faster at distance.

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  • Vortex Diamondback HD 2000 Laser Rangefinder

    Vortex Diamondback HD 2000 Laser Rangefinder

    R10,089

    The Vortex Diamondback HD 2000 Laser Rangefinder gives hunters 2,000 yards max range, and 1,400 yards on game.

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  • Vortex Crossfire HD 1400 Laser Rangefinder

    Vortex Crossfire HD 1400 Laser Rangefinder

    R6,679

    If you’re on the hunt for the perfect go-to laser rangefinder for bow and rifle hunters alike, you’ve found it in the Vortex Crossfire HD 1400 Laser Rangefinder. The Crossfire HD 1400 has everything you need and nothing you don’t.

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  • Rudolph Rangefinder – RF 1200H

    R6,299

    The Rudolph RF-1200H is the “best value for money” laser rangefinder. The Rudolph rangefinder pushes your game to the next level with advanced laser rangefinder, pin seeking and slope technology.

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  • Lynx Ranger Laser Rangefinder

    R6,139

    The Lynx Ranger Laser Rangefinder is a lightweight, compact rangefinder, ideal for short to long distance rangefinding.

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  • Hawke Endurance 1500 6X21mm Rangefinder

    R6,909

    The Hawke Endurance LRF uses high light transmission optics and a red colored OLED display to make the view to your target clearer than ever before.

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  • Hawke Endurance LRF1000 6X21mm Rangefinder

    R6,759

    The Hawke Endurance LRF uses high light transmission optics and a red colored OLED display to make the view to your target clearer than ever before.

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  • Hawke Endurance LRF700 6x21mm Rangefinder

    R5,439

    The Hawke Endurance LRF uses high light transmission optics and a red colored OLED display to make the view to your target clearer than ever before.

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  • Hawke 400 Laser Rangefinder

    R3,339

    Hawke Laser Range Finders are designed to deliver highly accurate distance measurements with the press of a button.

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  • Num’axes TEL1050 Hunting Laser Rangefinder

    Num’axes TEL1050 Hunting Laser Rangefinder

    R4,609

    The Num’axes TEL1050 Laser Rangefinder is Num’ Axes hunting rangefinder.

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  • Num'axes Pro Max Laser Rangefinder Num'axes Pro Max Laser Rangefinder

    Num’axes Pro Max Laser Rangefinder

    R4,189

    The Num’axes Pro Max Laser Rangefinder gives instant acquisition of the distance to the flag and confirmation of the distance to the flag by vibration.

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  • Bushnell Tour V5 Shift 2021 Laser Rangefinder Bushnell Tour V5 Shift 2021 Laser Rangefinder

    Bushnell Tour V5 Shift 2021 Laser Rangefinder

    R7,779

    Size, speed and accuracy evolved with a new generation of tech featuring PinSeeker with Visual JOLT, BITE Magnetic Mount, and next level clarity and brightness plus patented slope compensation that will change your game.

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  • Bushnell Tour V5 Jolt Golf Rangefinder Bushnell Tour V5 Jolt Golf Rangefinder

    Bushnell Tour V5 Jolt Golf Rangefinder

    R6,729

    Size, speed and accuracy evolved with a new generation of tech featuring PinSeeker with Visual JOLT, BITE Magnetic Mount, and next level clarity and brightness.

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  • Vortex Impact 1000 Rangefinder

    Vortex Impact 1000 Rangefinder

    R7,799

    HD Optical System – Optimized with select glass elements to deliver exceptional resolution, cut chromatic aberration and provide outstanding color fidelity, edge-to-edge sharpness and light transmission.

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  • Kahles Helia RF-M 7x25 Rangefinder

    Kahles Helia RF-M 7×25 Rangefinder

    R13,529

    The compact HELIA RF-M 7×25 offers ergonomical design, intuitive and simple handling and is equipped with a large field of view and relevant hunting features.

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  • Rudolph RF-1000 6x25mm Rangefinder Rudolph RF-1000 6x25mm Rangefinder

    Rudolph RF-1000 6x25mm Rangefinder

    R5,899

    The Rudolph Optics RF-1000 Rangefinder is fast and easy to use, because everything you need to know is displayed on the built in Through-The-Lens LCD.

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  • Hawke Vantage 900 Laser Rangefinder

    Hawke Vantage 900 Laser Rangefinder

    R5,979

    The Hawke Vantage 900 Laser Rangefinder is ideal for avid hunters and shooters.

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  • Vortex Razor HD 4000 Rangefinder

    Vortex Razor HD 4000 Rangefinder

    R17,199

    The Razor HD 4000 is the essential companion for the extreme hunter, archer and shooter.

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  • Vortex Ranger 1800 Rangefinder

    Vortex Ranger 1800 Rangefinder

    R13,999

    The Vortex Ranger 1800 Rangefinder is a handy accessory for avid hunters and shooters.

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  • NiteSite Viper RTEK Night Vision Scope 100m Laser Rangefinder

    NiteSite Viper RTEK Night Vision Scope 100m Laser Rangefinder

    R12,139

    The NiteSite Viper RTEK Night Vision Scope Mounted Laser Rangefinder Combo is ideal for night hunting expeditions.

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  • UltraOptec LR1 Laser Rangefinder

    UltraOptec LR1 Laser Rangefinder

    R3,709

    The UltraOptec LR1 Laser Rangefinder measures distances between 15 and 600 meters or yards. Accurate to within a meter (0.1%).

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  • NiteSite Rangefinder Scope Mounted Night Vision

    NiteSite Rangefinder Scope Mounted Night Vision

    R4,709

    The NiteSite Rangefinder Scope Mounted Night Vision crisp, ultra-clear night vision, regardless of ambient light conditions. It also tells you how far away it is.

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  • National Geographic Rangefinder - 4x21

    National Geographic Rangefinder – 4×21

    R3,889

    The National Geographic Rangefinder – 4×21 determines the exact distance up to 800 meters of any targeted object by means of a laser which is harmless to the human eye.

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How to Choose a Rangefinder

If you're a golfer, a hunter, or just someone who likes spending time outdoors, a rangefinder can be an invaluable tool. Rangefinders use lasers or other technologies to determine the distance between you and an object, making it easier to hit a golf ball with better accuracy or target an animal. However, with so many different types of rangefinders on the market, it can be difficult to know which one is right for you. In this article, we'll provide a comprehensive guide on how to choose a rangefinder that meets your needs.

Determine your budget

The first step in choosing a rangefinder is to determine how much you're willing to spend. Rangefinders can range in price from under R3,000 to over R10,000, depending on their features and quality. However, just because a rangefinder is more expensive doesn't necessarily mean it's better. Determine your budget and look for rangefinders within that price range.

Decide on the type of rangefinder

There are two main types of rangefinders: laser rangefinders and GPS rangefinders. Laser rangefinders use a laser beam to determine the distance to an object, while GPS rangefinders use satellite signals to determine your location and the distance to various targets. Laser rangefinders are more accurate, but GPS rangefinders are more convenient and can provide additional information about the course or terrain.

Consider the range

Different rangefinders have different maximum ranges, which can range from a few hundred yards to over a mile. Consider how far you need to be able to measure distances and choose a rangefinder with an appropriate range.

Look for magnification

Most rangefinders come with some level of magnification, which can range from 4x to 8x or more. Magnification can make it easier to see targets and can improve accuracy. Consider how much magnification you need and look for rangefinders with appropriate levels.

Check for ease of use

Rangefinders should be easy to use, with clear displays and intuitive controls. Look for rangefinders with easy-to-read displays, simple buttons, and ergonomic designs that feel comfortable in your hand.

Consider durability

Rangefinders are often used in harsh outdoor environments, so it's important to choose one that is durable and can withstand exposure to the elements. Look for rangefinders that are waterproof, shock-resistant, and made from high-quality materials.

Look for additional features

Many rangefinders come with additional features, such as slope measurement, pin-seeking technology, and vibration alerts. Consider which features are important to you and look for rangefinders that include them.

Read reviews

Before making a purchase, read reviews of different rangefinders to see what other users have to say about their experiences. Look for reviews that mention accuracy, ease of use, and durability, as these are key factors to consider when choosing a rangefinder.

Consider the brand

While brand shouldn't be the only factor you consider, it can be helpful to choose a rangefinder from a reputable and well-known brand. Brands such as Bushnell, Leupold, and Nikon are all known for producing high-quality rangefinders that are popular with golfers and hunters alike.

Determine your specific needs

Finally, before choosing a rangefinder, consider your specific needs. Do you primarily golf or hunt? Will you be using the rangefinder in a variety of weather conditions? Do you need additional features such as slope measurement or vibration alerts? By understanding your specific needs, you can choose a rangefinder that is tailored to your requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a laser rangefinder and a GPS rangefinder?

A laser rangefinder uses a laser beam to determine the distance to an object, while a GPS rangefinder uses satellite signals to determine your location and the distance to various targets.

What is the range of a typical rangefinder?

Ranges can vary widely between different rangefinders but typically range from a few hundred yards to over a mile.

What additional features should I look for in a rangefinder?

Additional features can include slope measurement, pin-seeking technology, vibration alerts, and more. Consider which features are important to you and look for rangefinders that include them.

What is the most important factor to consider when choosing a rangefinder?

The most important factor to consider when choosing a rangefinder is your specific needs. By understanding your requirements and preferences, you can select a rangefinder that is tailored to your needs.

How do I know if a rangefinder is durable enough for outdoor use?

Look for rangefinders that are waterproof, shock-resistant, and made from high-quality materials. You can also read reviews from other users to see how well the rangefinder has held up over time.