Nikon COOLSHOT 20 GII Golf Laser Rangefinder Ideal for Golf COOLSHOT 20 GII Golf Laser Rangefinder, White (BKA154YA)
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- Featuring Nikon glass & multicoating technology for clear high contrast views COOLSHOT 20 GII's 6-power monocular has eyeglass-friendly long eye relief and adjustable diopter for tack-sharp focusing.
- The First Target Priority Mode feature displays the range to the nearest target among the multiple results obtained ensuring the pin and not any objects in the background.
- The rangefinder will continuously measure the range for approximately eight seconds. Useful when trying to find measurements of multiple or very small or thin objects
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Nikon's COOLSHOT 20 GII compact golf laser rangefinder has eight seconds of continuous measurement and First Target Priority, the COOLSHOT 20 GII enables easy distance assessment to bunkers, fairway ends, dogleg corners, and ultimately the flagstick. As the smallest, most compact model in Nikon's rangefinder line, COOLSHOT 20 GII guides you from the first tee-box.
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I have a GPS watch which also gives distance so I already have some idea of how far I need to hit it so this should give me a bit more accuracy. I will probably use it most on unfamiliar courses where I need a distance to bunkers or water etc.
Its light and compact, fitting into the hand perfectly, and the view through the lens is crystal clear. I am now finding that my golfing partners who have GPS watches are asking me for distances to the pin
A great value for money laser range finder
Taking it out onto the course I noticed a couple of things; the pouch is designed primarily to fit onto your belt, with a robust Velcro fold-over. Once fitted, it is very secure and nothing will move it. Personally, I prefer to attach such a unit to my golf bag and, to be fair, this is easily done with a carabiner. It would be nice to have the option of a ‘hook’ on the pouch so that you could easily attach it to a golf bag rather than being pressured to attach it to your belt.
I have used it in all weathers now and I am pleased to note that the lenses do not fog up in the rain or cooler conditions. Lastly, the pouch flap is secured by a single pop-stud which, whilst secure in itself, might be popped accidentally by the pouch’s flap being snagged unexpectedly.
I love all the functions of the device. The instructions are simple and so is the device. It is very easy, and so intuitive to use. Its greatest strength is the clarity of what you see and this deserves a special mention. Looking through the lens the picture clarity is incredibly good. When you ‘lock’ on to the target I had no hesitation; because the ‘star’ (its multi-pronged visual lock to the target) leaves no doubt whatsoever. The letters and numbering are also very clear indeed.
Until this review, I was content to use a similar golfing laser rangefinder device, which was bought in 2010. In my opinion, the Nikon Coolshot 20 G11 is hugely better. The options menu gives so much more, which is what you expect in 2019. But the clarity of view through the lens is what sets the Nikon apart; it is simply exceptional.
Value for money? It depends how important this type of equipment is to you. I personally think it is worth it, albeit not cheap.