Boblov Range Finder Review

In today’s review, David give the BOBLOV rangefinder a thorough workout, discussing the features, including quick press pin finder technology, it’s jolt vibration, and built in micro-USB charging port. David compares the BOBLOV range finder to the Luepold GX-4i2 and discusses the pros, cons, and who might benefit from the BOBLOV

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Glenn Wiebe says:

I picked up the BOBLOV (650Yards Golf Rangefinder with Pinsensor 6X Magnification Distance Speed Measurement Range Finders Pluse Vibration and USB Charging (Black with Slope)) and have been very please with it. It’s been very accurate compared to other rangefinders (Bushnell and Nikon) that the other guys have. I was interested in the slope feature and since Amazon was asking only $169 (Cdn) I thought I couldn’t lose. The slope yardages have played quite accurately. Only once was it off (big downhill approach) compared to the big names and then only by five yards. I’m quite happy with it. Love the fact that it’s USB rechargeable.

Mike Reed says:

I hate to be negative…but…I think range finders have become a factor in slow play. I have a Bushnell watch style range finder and it tells me all I need to know…distance to the front, center, and back of the green. I have compared mine to visual range finders and am usually within 1-2 yards of the visual device. It takes me 1 second to look and get my distance while it takes people with visual finders longer to get a distance. Also, you can buy a cheaper visual one (less than $100) at a sporting goods store that will work fine for golf.

Kerim Topcu says:

Does it measure slope too?

Justin Stephenson says:

Here in UK looking at Amazon these are about 1/3-1/2 of the price of mainstream brands such as Bushnell, Luepold or Nikon: c. $100 including taxes. For that price I can accept a few limitations compared to the main brands – not that I would buy Bushnell after my experience of the Excel watch (very buggy, crashes about 50% of time after charging). Yes I would buy the Boblov

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