October 6, 2014
Distance measuring devices - laser rangefinders and GPS measuring devices, have become pervasive in golf. The technology continues to development and the range of products is rising rapidly.
So too, are the prices.
But thankfully, there are options.
Throughout 2017 we spent a lot of time testing one of these just to be sure about how it performed.
The Precision Pro NX-7 may not be the first name you think of when you consider laser rangefinders but that does not mean it should be worth you consideration.
In fact, if you are there are few compromises with the value-priced Precision Pro models versus over other leading brands.
The NX-7 comes in two models, the Standard and the Pro version.
We tested the standard model; this followed a test period with another product from the company - the Nexus rangefinder.
The NX-7 model is both more compact (about 25% says the company) than the Nexus and makes up for what the even lower-priced model lacked - speed. Target acquisition and the display of yardages (up to 400 yards) takes place at a pace equal to units priced up to 50% higher. In fact, it was but a hair slower than a…
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