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Re: Opti-logic 800XT rangefinders for bow hunters

Post by Admin on Sat Jun 05, 2004 2:30 pm

Admin wrote:I became interested in the Opti-logic rangefinders by reading an article "The Right Rangefinder" in the latest issue of "Bowhunter" magazine. The discussion on the rangefinder agrees with the special features that you market about the product but uses a different product name. The name they use is the Opti-Logic 800XT. Did they misprint this for 800LT or is the XT a newer model?
Also, is this the only rangefinder that offers angle-compensating ranges. I want the best available, as I am an avid bowhunter and want to eliminate as much guess work as possible with my shots.
Thank you sincerely for your time.

Glenn


Dear Glenn

Thanks for your interest in our laser rangfinder products!
Opti-Logic is one of the best rangefunder brands, and their XT series is the choice for bow hunting , 3-D Archery, hunting and golfing because of their Tilt-Compensated feature.
We have all product three lines of OptiLogic rangefinders described here
http://www.opticsplanet.com/optilogic-rangefinders.html
and Opti-Logic 800XT rangfinder model is available here
http://www.opticsplanet.com/optilogic-800xt.html
If you can wait a week or so, we should have their latest 1000XT rangefinders in stock.
All of Optilogic XT range finders are the same except the range, and the latest one will have a range of 100 feet.

I hope it helps
http://www.OpticsPlanet.com

Opti-logic 800XT rangefinders for bowhunters

Post by Admin on Sat Jun 05, 2004 2:08 pm

I became interested in the Opti-logic rangefinders by reading an article "The Right Rangefinder" in the latest issue of "Bowhunter" magazine. The discussion on the rangefinder agrees with the special features that you market about the product but uses a different product name. The name they use is the Opti-Logic 800XT. Did they misprint this for 800LT or is the XT a newer model?
Also, is this the only rangefinder that offers angle-compensating ranges. I want the best available, as I am an avid bowhunter and want to eliminate as much guess work as possible with my shots.
Thank you sincerely for your time.

Glenn

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