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Bushnell 20-5102 PinSeeker 1500 7x26 Waterproof Roof Prism Laser Rangefinder Monocular with 6.5-Degree Angle of View

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I think this optical instrument should be mandatory on all golf courses. Just as iPods have obviated CDs, this device will completely obviate the need for yardages on sprinkler heads and the like. Here's my normal round without the Bushnell Pinseeker: I drive out in the fairway -- hopefully -- and then have to find a sprinkler head. From there I have to pace it off to my ball. I get a yardage, but that's to the center of the green. At my home course I go to a pin sheet which has a crude ou...

Bushnell 20-5102 PinSeeker 1500 7x26 Waterproof Roof Prism Laser Rangefinder Monocular with 6.5-Degree Angle of View review can be read at Amazon.Com
 
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Review Date: 01/14/2007
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100% (62 of 62) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Great Game Improvement and Easy to Use.
 
The Bushnell Pinseeker 1500 Rangefinder (non-slope model) is easy to use and constructed for the elements. After using the Pinseeker for a few rounds I quickly learned how to focus and acquire the desired target in a matter of seconds. As I walk up to my ball I pull out the rangefinder, acquire the target, put it back in the case and hit the shot without adding more then 10 seconds to my preshot routine. This rangefinder is most definately a game improvement device and has helped me to select...

Bushnell 20-5102 PinSeeker 1500 7x26 Waterproof Roof Prism Laser Rangefinder Monocular with 6.5-Degree Angle of View review can be read at Amazon.Com
 
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Review Date: 11/10/2006
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Does what they say it does
 
This thing works exactly as advertised. I use it for golf, and it does a very good job of separating the flag from other background objects, even when wind or my over-caffeinated hands make it hard to get the target centered on the flag. Even works when there is no wind and the flag is hanging straight down. This is well worth the cost adder over cheaper ones that don't work nearly as well.

Bushnell 20-5102 PinSeeker 1500 7x26 Waterproof Roof Prism Laser Rangefinder Monocular with 6.5-Degree Angle of View review can be read at Amazon.Com
 
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Review Date: 08/25/2006
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A substantial improvement over earlier iterations of this same product.
 
This is a beautifully constructed laser instrument for accurately measuring your distance to the pin or to any obstacle on the course. It works significantly better than the older version of this same product locking in much quicker plus it can find the flag MUCH easier.My dad and I both use this when we are playing golf and find it to be completely reliable. You will also find additional uses for your Yardage Pro Laser Rangefinder. I use my for sighting in my rifle and for all so...

Bushnell 20-5102 PinSeeker 1500 7x26 Waterproof Roof Prism Laser Rangefinder Monocular with 6.5-Degree Angle of View review can be read at Amazon.Com
 
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Review Date: 10/08/2007
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Seeing is believing...
 
I love my rangefinder! I've had it since Oct.2006 and forgot it at home only once.I've trusted my Pinseeker over tee box yardage markers, a myriad of GPS in-cart units, sprinker heads and the usual variety of yardage to the center of the green course markers 200, 150, 100. I believe what it tells me and it has been highly accurate. I'm reluctant to share the yardage info with my fellow players unless asked, to avoid chatty debates and responsibility for their errant shots.(you'd be surpris...

Bushnell 20-5102 PinSeeker 1500 7x26 Waterproof Roof Prism Laser Rangefinder Monocular with 6.5-Degree Angle of View review can be read at Amazon.Com
 
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Review Date: 02/01/2007
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100% (11 of 11) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Bushnel Pinseeker 1500 Rangefinder w/
 
I bought this rangefinder to take to Myrtle Beach for a golf outing. Since we play a different course every day, I hoped it would give me true yardages on a course I hadn't played before. It out performed my expectations. Every golfer knows that the yardages on the course are to the center of the green. But some greens are 1 to 2 club lengths more. This rangefinder gave perfect yardages for me. This rangefinder has three modes of operation. You can use it for hunting with the first mo...

Bushnell 20-5102 PinSeeker 1500 7x26 Waterproof Roof Prism Laser Rangefinder Monocular with 6.5-Degree Angle of View review can be read at Amazon.Com
 
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Review Date: 01/09/2007
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One important point!!!
 
This rangefinder is every bit as good as everyone says it is. But I think one point is not emphasized enough. With older range finders I've owned, you "shot" the flag. If you missed, you had to shoot it again...and again. And sometimes you just couldn't "hit" it. But with this Bushnell Pinseeker 1500, you don't have to nail it. Just aim it generally at the flag and move it around a bit. When it captures the flag, the yardage is locked in. So now my aim doesn't matter and I can shoot from...

Bushnell 20-5102 PinSeeker 1500 7x26 Waterproof Roof Prism Laser Rangefinder Monocular with 6.5-Degree Angle of View review can be read at Amazon.Com
 
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Review Date: 08/03/2007
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100% (10 of 10) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Bushnell 1500 is a great rangefinder alternative
 
I considered various alternatives of rangefinders and am thrilled that I chose both this type and this model. It is easy to use, has great features and is very accurate. I primarily use just the distance feature, but for non-competitive rounds the effective distance feature taking into consideration upward or downward slope is very cool. I also like the carrying case which can be attached to a bag or pull cart and provides easy accessibility to the rangefinder. I just returned from a trip to...

Bushnell 20-5102 PinSeeker 1500 7x26 Waterproof Roof Prism Laser Rangefinder Monocular with 6.5-Degree Angle of View review can be read at Amazon.Com
 
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Review Date: 09/06/2006
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Pinseeker 1500-Awesome-Worth the extra money!
 
Surprised my husband with the Pinseeker 1500 for Christmas, we "BOTH" love it!! It is soooo "user friendly" and best of all "visually" user friendly! GREAT for the visually impaired over age "40" group who depend on the "Walgreen's" reading glasses! No need for glasses or lenghty instruction books-just aim at the flag and click the button-shows two distances. The actual distance and the distance it should play because of the slope!! Having the SLOPE FINDER is the most important aspect-this is wh...

Bushnell 20-5102 PinSeeker 1500 7x26 Waterproof Roof Prism Laser Rangefinder Monocular with 6.5-Degree Angle of View review can be read at Amazon.Com
 
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Review Date: 02/19/2006
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95% (40 of 42) Users Found This Review Helpful
 
Steady Hand Needed
 
I have only used it a few times and like it, especially the slope feature (I'm not a tournament player), but I must point out that it took me a while to learn to steady it enough to get good readings. It still takes me too long to get readings when the flag is more than 200 yds away, especially when there is no wind and when the background is cluttered. Perhaps I will get better results with more use and practice. I play with friends who are low handicappers (I'm not) and who don't waste time...

Bushnell 20-5102 PinSeeker 1500 7x26 Waterproof Roof Prism Laser Rangefinder Monocular with 6.5-Degree Angle of View review can be read at Amazon.Com
 
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Review Date: 12/22/2006
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93% (15 of 16) Users Found This Review Helpful
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