Callaway Laser Golf Range Finder

Nikon Callaway Golf LR1200 Tournament / Caddy Laser Rangefinder 8365 is the top model for Callaway Golf. 

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This laser ranngefinder provides a quick and accurate distance measurement up to 1200 yards in hlaf yar increments.. This Laser Rangefinder by Nikon features multi-coated Nikon Optics, a high-eyepoint design, and a 7x magnification. A unique golf reticle found on this Callaway Golf Rangefinder allows you to see the ranging as you scan the landscape. A reticle backlighting option-LCD with back light allows the user to light up the display in low-light conditions.

The Callaway Golf LR1200 Rangefinder features first target priority mode which allows you to measure the distance to the pin on a green with woods in the background. This is similar to the Bushnell Pinseeker option. Scan-Mode allows for distancing different targets in succession, for up to 20 seconds just by eeping the button pressed. This rangefinder by Callaway – Nikon is compact, lightweight, and constructed to be waterproof and fogproof.

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Features of Nikon Callaway Golf LR 1200 Premium Laser Rangefinder 8365 include:

  • Fast, simple, one-touch operation
  • High-Eyepoint Design
  • Multicoated Optics
  • Waterproof & Fog-Proof
  • Focusing Diopter
  • LCD with backlight
  • Long Eye Relief
  • Capable of distancing different targets in succession, for up to 20 seconds, by keeping the button pressed
  • Reticle allows use to know ranging in progress
  • 1/2 Yard Increment Reading on LCD
  • Compact, lightweight design
  • Sport Case with Removable Travel Cover for Objective and Eyepiece

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I recently purchase the Nikon Monarch Gold 1200 and found it superior to the previous Nikon 400 range finder I had before. Its close object priority vs distant object priority is the same as Bushnell’s Pinseeker technology and works great. You do need to turn it on, as by default the NMG1200 is set for distant object priority. The only difference between the Callaway version and the NMG model is the case. I’d rather have the CAllaway neoprine case over the NMG carrying case, but with the price on the Callaway being hyped, they are not discounting it as much as the NMG model. Almost $150 less… I’ll live with the other case. I’ve compared it to the Bushnell (a friend has the Bushnell 1500) and they are both very accurate, the Nikon being a tad bit faster and smaller.