Which Rangefinder should I choose?

How to Choose the Right Golf Rangefinder ?

 

Rangefinders can help improve your golf game but how do you know which one to choose?  TecTecTec provides you with four different golf rangefinders to help you find the best one that matches your game and budget.  All TecTecTec! models are tournament legal in the USA.

 

Find the perfect one for you

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ULT-X

$ 249.99
  • Max. Range 1000 Yards
  • Magnification 6x Magnification
  • Accuracy +/- 0.3 yards
  • Pinseeker Mode
  • Continous Scan Mode
  • Waterproof
  • Slope Mode
  • Visible Slope Switch
  • Pin Seeker with JOLT

VPRO500S

$ 179.99
  • Max. Range 540 Yards
  • Magnification 6x Magnification
  • Accuracy +/- 1 yards
  • Pinseeker Mode
  • Continous Scan Mode
  • Water Resistant
  • Slope Mode
  • Visible Slope Switch
  • Pin Seeker with JOLT

VPRO500

$ 149.99
  • Max. Range 540 Yards
  • Magnification 6x Magnification
  • Accuracy +/- 1 yards
  • Pinseeker Mode
  • Continous Scan Mode
  • Water Resistant
  • Slope Mode
  • Visible Slope Switch
  • Pin Seeker with JOLT

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13 replies on “Which Rangefinder should I choose?”

    • Hi Gary
      Thanks for reaching out. When you are able to calculate distances up to 1000yds you’ll have a much better understanding of the terrain of the course. Even when hazards and flags are very far away.

  • Can the TecTecTec VPRO500 Golf Rangefinder focus onto an individual ball that is on the ground at the driving range when there are many other balls also on the ground.

    • Hi Jim,
      Thanks for reaching out. Pinseeker mode might be best if there are lots of other balls, but it’s not typically what rangefinders are used for.

  • I have an VPRO500S.
    I have trouble with shooting just the pin. I seem to shoot long most of the time. My battery is fine.

    Any suggestions please. Even just a little more instruction for me.
    thank you,

    Richard

    • Hi Richard
      Thanks for reaching out. You might also want to try first sighting an object behind the object that you’re looking at. If it is a flag, you can laser something behind the green (such as the trees or a bunker) so that you are sure of the distance before lasering the flag. If, for example, the trees are 185 and the flag is also 185, you will know that you need to redo it as the flag is going to be much shorter than that (more likely 155 or so).

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