MiLESEEY Golf Rangefinder, High-Precision 660 Yards Laser Rangefinder
Reason to Buy
- Built-in angle range compensation system provides accurate angle compensated distance for incline/decline
- Features adjustable 5D diopter that offers a clear view without eyeglass within 500 degrees
- Comes with vertical height function that allows to measure the tree height
- Lens may not be powerful enough for golf
Analysis of 100+ reviews for MiLESEEY Golf Rangefinder, High-Precision 660 Yards Laser Rangefinder
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BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for MiLESEEY Golf Rangefinder, High-Precision 660 Yards Laser Rangefinder
This product received a total score of 9.43 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:
What users have to say about MiLESEEY Golf Rangefinder, High-Precision 660 Yards Laser Rangefinder
This one is a budget rangefinder that has a lot of features and is definitely worth a look on a short list.
I used an Apple watch and Golfshot, which was great, but it only gave me front middle and back distances, and our greenskeepers have a strange idea of what middle is, so it could be as much as ten yards out.
After a couple of weeks, my digital kitchen scales showed it weighed 215 grams without the case, and 327 grams with it, after I charged the battery up using the provided Usb cable.
The Bozily has a mode button which controls all functions, but on this model, the Mileseey, some functions are controlled by the mode button, and the slope mode is controlled by an obvious switch on the outside.
It is a great way to gauge elevation changes by sight, but it is most effective when you are in open sight of the flag, or are a way off from the pin.
Is the battery replaceable?
Yes. You can exchange the battery on your own.
Is it possible to change the measurement to Ft?
You can hold the "M" mode button for about 2 seconds to switch the units between "M" and "Yard".
Does the flag lock work with the slope function?
I believe it works for both of them.
I have it plugged in and it shows elevation and yardage, but I don't see anything on the screen.
I didn't get a charging cord with mine, but mine works fine.
Is it possible for it to provide readings in yardage and meters?
You can freely convert units between yardage and meters by holding the "M" button for a second.