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Leupold RXB-IV Digital Black Rangefinder 63325 Product Info

Leupold revolutionized range-finding with Leupold RX series of digital rangefinders, providing accurate aiming information matched to the ballistics of your bow or rifle. Also, Leupold incorporated True Ballistic Range technology into the Leupold RXB-IV digital laser range finding binocular. Not only do you get the advantages of a Leupold 9x binocular, you get capabilities you won't find in any other binocular, period. Leupold RXB-IV Digital Laser Rangefinder Binoculars can calculate more than just the straight line distance to a target. Its inclinometer also factors in the angle up- or down-slope to the target, as well as your rifle's or bow's ballistics. Then the Leupold laser rangefinder-binocular provides rifle hunters using Leupold Ballistic Aiming System reticles or bow hunters the equivalent horizontal distance to the target. In short, you'd aim using the True Ballistic Range, not the straight line distance. Rifle hunters can also choose an MOA adjustment or a holdover point for accurate aiming. Leupold RXB IV Binocular Digital Laser Range Finder is included Leupold Alumina BXL filters improving contrast and reticle visibility in difficult lighting conditions. The Leupold RXBIV Digital Range-Finder also includes a digital compass, and is threaded for Leupold Alumina accessories.

Available Leupold TXB - 4 Digital Laser Range Finders:

  • Leupold 63325 RXB-IV Digital Black Rangefinder

Specifications for Leupold RXB-4 Laser Digital Rangefinder Binocular:

Lens Coating:   Multicoated Lens System
Environmental Protection:   Waterproof
Eyecups:   Pop-up Eyecups
Actual Magnification:   9x
Weight (ounces):   23.0
Weight (grams):   652.0
Minimum Ranging Distance (yd):   10
Maximum Ranging Distance (yd):   1500
FOV (ft @ 100yd):   28

Features of Leupold RXB4 Digital Binoculars Laser Rangefinders:

  • OLED Display allows for excellent light transmission and overall better optical clarity
  • True Ballistic Range
  • Electronic Compass
  • Increased ranging performance from the Leupold RB800 9x Magnification
  • 11 oz. lighter than any other laser rangefinding binocular
  • TBR for Rifle and Bow includes Inclinometer
  • Two numeric displays so compass and range can be viewed simultaneously
  • Leupold BXL Intensifiers included
  • Increases target contrast
  • Improves reticle visibility in bright sunlight
  • Industrial Design looks more like a Leupold RX-IV Rangefinder
  • Hunters that want the benefit of one piece of equipment that includes: Binoculars, Rangefinder, Ballistic calculations, Compass

Package Contents:

  • Leupold RXB-IV Digital Rangefinder (Upgraded RB800c)
  • Leupold Alumina BXL Intensifier Filters
  • Quick Detach Binocular Harness

Leupold RXB-IV Digital Black Rangefinder 63325 Related Products

Leupold RXB-IV Digital Black Rangefinder 63325 Unorderable Models

Leupold RXB-IV Digital Rangefinder , MPN: 63325, UPC: 030317633257, Code: LU-RF-RXBIV-63325
Leupold RXB-IV Waterproof Laser Rangefinder Binoculars with Electronic Compass 63335, MPN: 63335, UPC: 030317633356, Code: LU-RF-RXBIV-63335

Leupold RXB-IV Digital Black Rangefinder 63325 Comments

Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review Leupold RXB-IV Laser Rangefinder Binoculars by Legacy Reviewer, September 10, 2009
I was torn between this model and a monocular.Either the Leupold RX-IV on the high end $443.99 or the Nikon 1200 8359 Gold for $399.00. I tested it's close range accuracy on a football field from 5 to 120 yards goal post to goal post. It was exact to...
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Most Recent Review Leupold RXB-IV by Legacy Reviewer, May 23, 2010
Once set up it is easy to use and carry, accurate ranging, and long battery life. Pros: Combines funtions of at least 2 tools - binoculars and range finder Cons: Lack of focus wheel, eye pieces do not lock in place
2/3 found this helpful
Most Recent Review What an appetite! by Legacy Reviewer, March 19, 2010
I went with the binocular style LRF because as one other reviewer stated: it's less straining on your eyes and for me, after having shoulder surgery, i can't seem to hold the monocular style LRF steady. I'm not sure if there is a problem with my par...
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9/9 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Good product and value by Legacy Reviewer, January 18, 2009
A friend of mine introduced me to the world of rangefinder integrated binoculars by flaunting his Lecia 15x45, which were very impressive but would have been a bit too much of a hit to my wallet. This compact setup was a compromise at the time but ...
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Most Recent Review Nice range finder by Legacy Reviewer, March 4, 2008
Leupold advertizes the maximum ranging distance as 1500 yards. I struggled to get returns off a house at 1100 yards. It would only give a distance about 1 out of 5 trys. The other disappointment is that it doesn't seem to give TBR data at the longer ...
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