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Opti-Logic Micro Rangefinders for Archery or Firearm Ballistics
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I really like my new Opti-Logic Micro 1 and will use it for bowhunting. I owned an Opti-Logic rangefinder but missplaced it and ordered the Micro 1. ...
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Perfect for archery hunting.

by Willl, from United States, WA Written on February 19, 2015
No frills display that gives you an illuminated readout, and the thing weighs near nothing. The neck strap was comfortable, which I only note because my buddy's Leupold rangefinder came with a regular shoelace-type strap. The only downside to this rangefinder for me was the carrying case is too small for the rangefinder; it won't stay closed. But for the low-light condition archery hunting I find myself doing after work, this item is perfect....
Pros:
  • Lightweight
  • Illuminated reticle
  • easy to use.
Cons:
  • carrying case is too small
Would recommend: Yes
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Big power out of a small package

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on May 6, 2014
I love this little guy. It's a no frills laser rangefinder. Hold down power button to turn it on and soon as you let go it starts ranging. This thinkg is so small I forgot I have it on me.
Pros: small size and lightweight
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Poorly Written Instructions

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, TX Written on September 18, 2011
I really like my new Opti-Logic Micro 1 and will use it for bowhunting. I owned an Opti-Logic rangefinder but missplaced it and ordered the Micro 1. The Micro 1 has 3 LED's on the back but no where in the instructions does it tell you what they represent. There is one marked YD that I assume means yards, one marked MT that I have no idea what that represents and one marked BT that I assume is ballistic compensation. The Micro 1 has a mode button that the instructions say ,"Press the Mode "M" button to select a variety of modes" but the only mode given in the istructions is to change the brightness of the internal display. The instructions say, "LED Indicators: 3 LED's on the back panel indicate mode condition." That's it, no other information on the LED's and what they represent. I'm going to contact Opti-Logic for more information on the "variety of modes" and how to access them and also what the LED's idicate.
Pros: Small, light, tilt compensated
Cons: Instructions lacking...
Would recommend: Yes
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