Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Leupold Introduces New GX-1i2 Golf Rangefinder

(BEAVERTON, Ore.) — Leupold has drawn on more than 100 years of experience in optics and surveying to deliver the new GX-1i2 rangefinder. The GX-1i2 is designed for customization to the individual golfer’s needs.

The GX-1i2 features Leupold’s exclusive PinHunter 2 Laser Technology, has seven selectable aiming reticles, utilizes cutting edge micro-processing circuitry, and uses an advanced infrared laser to accurately and consistently hunt down the pin against virtually any background.

“The more powerful GX-1i2 offers golfers the ability to customize their on-course experience,” said Tim Lesser, director of product development for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. “The upgraded mechanics and exclusive technology can help shave both time and strokes off the game for golfers of any experience level.”

The GX-1i2 includes updated Prism Lock Technology, which delivers unmatched accuracy by using highly reflective prisms already incorporated into many course features and pins to obtain a high intensity return to the rangefinder. With Prism Lock, golfers can be assured distance measurements are exact.

Other key GX-1i2 features include a high-contract LCD display, measurements in both yards and meters, and DNA engine for instant measurements and a high degree of accuracy. Diehard golfers will also appreciate the exclusive Fog Mode, which provides fast, accurate distance measurements, even in the worst conditions.

Rugged, compact, waterproof and tournament legal, the GX-1i2 has 6X magnification and can range up to 800 yards. The GX-1i2 is now available and has a suggested retail price of $299.99.

For more information on GX-1i2 features, pricing and dealer location, go to www.leupold.com/golf or call 1-800-LEUPOLD.

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1 comment:

Saylor James said...

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