Bushnell’s cutting-edge Tour X rangefinder features revolutionary exchange technology, by using two interchangeable faceplates, the Tour X gives golfers one device that is legal for use in all formats of the game.
As a reult the Tour X conforms to USGA rule 14-3/.05 when the black faceplate is engaged and when users switch to the red faceplate, the TOUR X deploys Slope Technology providing players with adjusted distance readings based on elevation changes.
Scott Peterson, Bushnell Senior Product Manager said: “The introduction of the Tour X once again proves we are not only committed to the Tour player, but also the elite amateur player who requires precise yardage readings during practice and tournament rounds.”
The TOUR X features Dual Display Technology (DDT) that allows users to easily toggle between the bright red display featuring Vivid Display Technology or the crisp black display, with ranging capability of up to 1,300 yards/1,100 metres(450+ yards/ 410 metre to a flag), 2nd Generation E.S.P. (Extreme. Speed. Precision.) and PinSeeker with JOLT Technology.
This JOLT technology means that when aiming the rangefinder at a flag, the Tour X device will vibrate in short bursts to indicate that you have locked onto the flag. This ensures that golfers have the exact distance to the flag calculated.
E.S.P. technology provides yardages up to five times faster and more accurately than previous models, and with a higher accuracy. E.S.P. offers half a yard accuracy from five to 125 yards/115 metres. Having more accurate distances will enable you to build your strategy and hit every approach shot with the utmost confidence.
Available: April 2015
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