Leupold Golf Rangefinder Reviews and Comparison
Leupold GX Range Finder Comparison Chart
|Model||GX-4i(2) - New||GX-3i(2) - New||GX-2i||GX-1i||PinCaddie|
|Weight||7.9 oz||7.8 oz||6.2 oz||6.2 oz||6.8oz|
|LxWxH||4.2 x 1.4 x 3||3.8 x 1.4 x 3||4 x 1.5 x 2.75||4 x 1.5 x 2.75||4.3 x 1.6 x 2.8|
|Max Distance||800 yards||800 yards||800 yards||800 yards||600 yards|
|Flag||450 yards||450 yards||400 yards||400 yards||250 yards|
|True Golf Range||Y*||N||Y||N||N|
Leupold GX-4i2 Review The GX-4i2 is the premier golf rangefinder in the lineup and is now legal for tournamnet play. This range finder has an array of options and modes for the user to select from; the short list includes the following Leupold technologies, TGR (True Golf Range), Club Selector, PinHunter, and Smart Key. The Leupold GX4i2 also features a yellow face plate that disables many of these features which then makes it legal for tournament play.
Leupold GX-3i Review - The GX-3i2 is a close relative of the GX-4i2 golf rangefinder, it is a little more compact than its bigger brother and lacks the TGR and Club Selector features; however this makes the Leupold GX-3i2 legal for tournament play and important factor to keep in mind for those who play tourneys.
Leupold GX-2i Review - includes features of GX-4i2 including the TGR, Club Selector, and PinHunter technologies. However, it lacks the Smart Key feature of its higher end counter part and also gives up about a hundred yards in flag reading capacity.
Leupold GX-1i Review - is an entry level golf rangefinder that is identical in dimensions to the GX-2i, however; it does not offer a true distance feature or club selecting feature like its counterpart, the good news is that it is tournament legal.
Leupold PinCaddie - A new addition to their golf rangefinder line up, the Pincaddie is a budget model that is still capable of reading the flag out to 250 yards but doesn't feature some of the more advanced features found on the higher priced models.
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