- OPTICAL IMAGE STABILIZATION
- TOLED RED Display
- INSTA-READ TECHNOLOGY
- TARGET LOCK VIBRATION
- SLOPE and TOURNAMENTS Modes
- ADAPTIVE PIN DISTINCTION
ULT-S Pro Golf Rangefinder
ULT-S PRO with stabilization
"Best Golf Rangefinder For Shaky Hands" - Forbes, March 21, 2023
UNSTOPPABLE RAPID STABILIZED MEASUREMENTS
A shaky hand or other environmental factors such as wind, won’t slow down your game with the ULT-S Pro Rangefinder OIS (“Optical Image Stabilization”) technology
Get a fast precision reading of your target within ± 1 yard in a record < 0.6 seconds, through spectacular crystal clear lenses that TecTecTec! is world-renowned for.
RED TOLED DISPLAY
Four luminosity settings make the ULT-S Pro Rangefinder readings bright and easily visible in a red font over a variety of backgrounds and in low-light conditions. This rangefinder also has a Fog Mode feature that emits a more powerful laser to take measurements through dense condensation.
TARGET LOCK TECHNOLOGY WITH VIBRATION
Lock onto flags instantly at up to 450 yards and hazards at up to 1000 yards. Up to 8 seconds of continuous measurement as you pan across numerous targets, including flagsticks, trees, and hazards. The Target Lock Technology will vibrate at the point you lock onto a target.
Simply pull the faceplate out to turn the Slope Mode on for calculating distance when there are undulations. Red = Slope ON. A closed faceplate is USGA Tournament Rule 14-3 Compliant.
THE FULL BUNDLE - BATTERY INCLUDED:
In the box, you will receive a ULT-S Pro Rangefinder, which is rainproof and moisture resistant. There is a zippered case with a quick closure option to keep your rangefinder protected, a long lasting CR123 lithium battery, wrist strap, microfiber cleaning cloth, and an instruction manual. A lifetime of friendly free customer support is part of the deal, and in case of any unforeseen issues, we offer a two-year warranty.
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Does the ULT S Pro have 6x magnification and what type of battery does it take,CR2 or CR123 ? Thanks …
Does this give a “corrected distance” or a slope in % and the golfer needs to interpret what the slope implies on the playing distance?