Precision Adaptive Slope Rangefinder

Last updated: January 19, 2023

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Product Details

In our analysis of 64 expert reviews, the Precision Adaptive Slope Rangefinder placed 11th when we looked at the top 16 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

To play your best golf you need correct distance information. The NX7 Pro Laser Rangefinder is the ultimate in golf rangefinder performance featuring Adaptive Slope and Pulse Vibration Technologies. The Adaptive Slope Technology allows you to toggle between elevation measuring slope and tournament legal non-slope mode. The Pulse Vibration Technology combined with our (TAG) Target Acquisition Technology gives a quick pulse when locked on to the target ensuring accurate distances to the target, not what’s behind it. Play and practice better with the NX7 Pro Laser Rangefinder.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Can toggle between slope and non-slope modes, all of which are USGA-legal
It provides distances down to a tenth of a yard, which, let’s face it, isn’t necessary for most of us, but was nice to feel like I was getting a really accurate distance.
Adaptive Slope Technology– allows you to toggle between elevation measuring Slope and tournament legal Non-Slope modes. Provides (play as) distances in Slope mode.
Target Acquisition Technology ensures you’re ranging the target you intend to. Ever ranged right past the flagstick and got the trees behind it? Everyone has. With TAG on your side, the closest target will be ranged, and you’ll have the distance you need.
TAG is the kind of tech that you don’t notice because it’s doing its job. It ensures that the yardage you’re given is the one you want, not the yardage to the trees behind the flag.
The NX7 golf laser rangefinder provides you with a great view of your intended target. The zoom on the rangefinder is 6x which is more zoom than some of the other best golf laser rangefinders on the market.
With the combination of the pulse vibration technology and the target acquisition technology, locking onto particular targets has never been easier.
The 6x magnification will make it easy to shoot flags, so you’ll have no trouble accurately locking onto your target, even past three hundred yards.

What reviewers didn't like

Reaction time of rangefinder is a little slow at times
For accurate readings, be careful how you hold it
No external indication for non-slope use
As with the NX7 Pro, my one small complaint is the battery door. It needs to be rotated numerous times to open or close it, and the cap is slightly recessed which can make it hard to manipulate.
But it’s only as accurate as its user, if your hand is shaking or you can’t keep it steady on the target, you’ll want to laser the flag pin twice to make sure you’ve hit the correct target.
Unfortunately, the Precision Pro Golf NX7 does have a downfall, which is its stability when you’re trying to acquire targets at a distance. Although the device has a range of 400 yards, once you start to pan in on items over 200 yards away, the shakiness of the rangefinder will make it far more difficult to lock onto a target.
The most common complaint users had involved the rangefinder’s battery door. In order to close or open the door it has to be rotated several times. Since the door’s cap is recessed it can be difficult to turn.
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