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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 abo...
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Leupold RXB-IV

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, OK Written on 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...
Would recommend: Yes
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What an appetite!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, NY Written on 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 particular unit, but after installing a new battery I ranged maybe 6 targets for maybe 30 seconds each and then stored the unit for about 1 month. When I went to use it again, the battery was dead! And this wasn't the only occasion, I've gone through 3 batteries with similar circumstances. It's not like it's retaining any info while it's off, just your preference settings. So maybe the laser is SOOOO powerful to get those distant readings that it loves to eat batteries. My EoTech EOLAD laser runs for over 5 hrs. continuous on AA batteries (much cheaper). I'll have to have Leupold check it out. The glass quality on these are MUCH better than those on the Golden Ring Tactical Spotting scope that I also reviewed (it was like looking through vaseline). And the filters really do help! The laser seems to have a field of about 6" @ 50 yds. I tried to range a pinecone on the top of a tree and got readings to about 3" to either side of it before hitting infinity in the sky. I compared the reading by milling it with my mildot scope and was within 3 yds! The bino is a little bulky and heavy, but after all you are combining 2 tools in one. If you just need an LRF, then get a monocular style like the Leica 1200. I was able to hit a ...
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Leupold RXB-IV Laser Rangefinder Binoculars

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on 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 the foot.Then on to the golf range accurate to 320 yards. Then I found a straight quiet piece of highway and got strong accurate returns off the evenly spaced light posts between 500 to 850 yards.Then the road curved ending the consitant spacing. Most of my shooting will be between 200 and 800 yards tops. So 1500 yards is beyond my expertise but I wanted a powerful laser with good non reflective returns. There is no pivot point or thumb dial to adjust spacing of your eyes or to focus.I suggest to pull them all the way apart then slowly squeeze them together until the dislay appears the brightest in both eyes. You must focus each lense independantly as stated in the manual. If you just need a range finder then just buy one of the monoculars I mentioned. You will save a couple of hundred dollars. If you need a tool to scan your surroundings for targets and don't want to carry a separate set of binoculars. Then go for the extra bucks so you dont have to spend the day squinting.These binoculars have great low light performance. Besides hunting and target shootong I use them on my boat and on the golf course which is over kill big time. I even used them to roughly survey property diamentions in Florida.With 2x2 card board targets. Wit...
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Good product and value

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WA Written on 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 has left me very satisfied after it's first year of service. The binocular optics are far clearer and brighter than I had expected and the rangefinder has regularly given me accurate ranging out to 800yds on nonreflective objects. A nice case/filters and comfortable harness were all included. Until they find an alternative method to power these rangefinders always keep a spare battery because I have found that they die at the most inopportune times
Pros: Low price and quality optics/rangefinder
Cons: Battery powered and weight size...
Would recommend: Yes
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Nice range finder

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AZ Written on 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 distances (500 yds)
Pros: Seems to work well a shorter distances
Cons: TBR doesn't seem to work much beyond 500 yards...
Would recommend: Yes
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Quality laser bino

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WI Written on February 6, 2008
Quality optic for the price. I really wanted to find a quality bino. with a laser range finder and this is it. Clear, adequate magnification, just difficult to set up. There are many reticles to choose from, options for bow hunters as well. Once you get used to the set up, the bino is good to go. The auto off feature is nice touch as well.
Pros: Magnification, use of both eyes
Cons: Setup...
Would recommend: Yes
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