Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder ahead of other rangefinders in the market in terms of Ruggedness and Reliability

Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder

The Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder is one, if not the most popular and talked about laser rangefinder today. It fits so well and feels great in the hand, as it is so light and easy to use, making it such a pleasure to have. The ruggedness and reliability of the Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder are the features that make it ahead of the other rangefinders in the market. Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder state of the art features together with its usefulness and reliability gives it a great value for its price and a must-have for any serious golfer.

Experience NO Background Noise with Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder

One expectation of golfers from their laser rangefinders is the ability to take a flag shot without any background noise. The Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder always hunts down the flag against any background clutter with its PinHunter Technology.

Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder

Accuracy of Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder

Accuracy is expected by golfers from any rangefinder. The Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder has an accuracy of +/- 1 yard or meter, ranging from 450 yards to the pin, 600 yards to most golf course objects and 800 yards for a reflected target.

Prism Lock Technology of Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder

The red OLED optics of the Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder is easy to read with its clear optics. The Prism Lock Technology of the Leupold GX-4 freezes the OLED display, making an audible chirp, in the moment of a target lock. It gives a read out after split seconds from target locking in.

Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder Fog Mode

The Fog Mode feature of the Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder screens out false readings due to raindrops and other air interferences and provides a very accurate range, while the Scan Mode examines the golf course and gives multiple readings at the same time. This makes Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder an amazing tool.

Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder with True Golf Range

The True Golf Range a.k.a. TGR with an activated Smart Key, gives accurate ranging information that is matched to the shot slope while the Club Selector of the Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder is like having a coach in your back pocket.

Durability of Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder

The Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder are legendary for their ruggedness and durability. They are also known for their being weatherproof. We can can that Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder is worth to invest your money with.

Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder Battery Life

The battery life of a rangefinder is always a concern for golfers when they are on the golf course. The Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder uses Lithium batteries that necessitate at most one change within the whole golfing season. The battery is included in the purchase of the Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder package. Thus, Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder is  something you can really rely on when comes to battery life.

Limitations of Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder

Some golfers find the approximated $500 price tag of the Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder too be a little too steep for comfort. Other golfers find the time to learn the proper use of the rangefinder too long. Golfers have mixed feelings with regard to the inclusion of an off switch to the Club Selection mode of the rangefinder.

Comparison of the Leupold Rangefinders

There are 4 models of Leupold rangefinders in the market today, i.e. GX-1, GX-2, GX-3 and GX-4 . All 4 models have a 6x magnification, Line of Sight Distance, Scan Mode, Prism Lock, Pin Hunter and Fog Mode features. All 4 models are weatherproof, have a battery life of 10,000 actuations, using a CR-2 lithium battery and come with a 1-year warranty.

The inclinometer, TGR and Club Selector are features found only in the Leupold GX-2 Digital Golf Rangefinder and Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder models while the Smart Key is an exclusive feature of the Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder. The inclinometer, TGR and Club Selector features of the Leupold GX-4 are activated only when the yellow Smart Key is attached.

Both the GX-1 and the GX-2 weigh 6.8 ounces. The Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder  weighs 7.9 ounces against 7.8 ounces for the Leupold GX-3. The GX-1 and GX-2 have 4” x 2.75” x 1.5” dimensions. The Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder is a 4.1” x 2.9” x 1.3” laser rangefinder while the Leupold GX-3 is 3.7” x 2.9” x 1.3”.

The GX-1 and GX-2 has a LED display, ruggedized plastic for its body material and 7 selectable aiming reticles while the GX-3 and GX-4 offers an OLED display, solid aluminium for its body material and 3 selectable aiming reticles. Both the Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder and the Leupold GX-3 has a Quick Set Menu and a low battery indicator.

The GX-1 and the GX-2 also differs from the GX-3 and GX-4 in the maximum ranges they offer. For the Reflective Target and Prism, the maximum range of the GX-1 and GX-2 is 750 yards or 686 meters while the GX-3 and Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder, 800 yards or 731 meters. For the Pin, the maximum range of the GX-1 and GX-2 is 350 yards or 318 meters while the GX-3 and Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder, 450 yards or 411 meters.

The GX-1 has an approximated $300 price tag. The GX-2 and the GX-3 have an approximated $400 price tag while the Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder has an approximated $500 price tag. Try Leupold GX-4 Digital Golf Rangefinder now!

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