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Best Golf Rangefinder? Bushnell Slope Pinseeker or Trupulse?

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Best Golf Rangefinder? Bushnell Slope Pinseeker or Trupulse?

Postby BestGolfer on Tue Dec 12, 2006 2:05 pm

Golf is my passion, I play a lot, and this Xmas I want to get the best golf rangefinder money can buy - a nice golf gift to myself ;-)
I am looking at a Bushnell PinSeeker 1500 w/ slope as I read many rangefinder reviews and all of the are good for that model. I also looked at Laser Technologies TruPulse range finder. Is it a more accurate laser rangefinder?
It is significantly more expensive, but is it worth the price for golf applications?
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Re: Best Golf Rangefinder? Bushnell Slope Pinseeker or Trupu

Postby Admin on Tue Dec 12, 2006 2:11 pm

BestGolfer wrote:Golf is my passion, I play a lot, and this Xmas I want to get the best golf rangefinder money can buy - a nice golf gift to myself ;-)
I am looking at a Bushnell PinSeeker 1500 w/ slope as I read many rangefinder reviews and all of the are good for that model. I also looked at Laser Technologies TruPulse range finder. Is it a more accurate laser rangefinder?
It is significantly more expensive, but is it worth the price for golf applications?


Bushnell 1500 PinSeeker rangefinder with slope is by far the best selling golf rangefinder we have at OpticsPlanet, but here is what a Laser Technologies Rangfinder expert suggested us to reply with

"the TruPulse is a more accurate device. Besides giving you your distance in feet, and potential accuracy of +/- 1 foot, one thing the TruPulse will do, and the Bushnells rangefinders will not, is give you the height of that majestic Oak in the center of that dogleg in case you want to go over it! When used properly, the TruPulse is like a surveyors' transit, and it can tell you lots of spatial information.
Data collection is possible with the standard RS-232 port ($699) or optional Bluetooth ($799). Both units will have similar range limits.
If you or any close family members or co-workers are avid deer, elk or turkey hunters, you'll get double duty from that TruPulse also"

We hope it helps you with your golf range finder selection!
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