Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Precision Pro Golf to launch NX7 and NX7 Pro Rangefinders at the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show

(Cincinnati, Ohio) – Precision Pro Golf, a golf technology company that designs and manufacturer’s golf laser rangefinders and golf GPS devices will launch the NX7 and NX7 Pro Rangefinders at the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show; booth #1606.

The NX7 Rangefinder ($199.95 MSRP) follows up on the popularity of the Nexus Rangefinder with our 1-second Target Lock function that allows a golfer to scan on the flag and lock in on the correct distance, eliminating any background objects. The NX7 features a 30% faster laser, a compact design that is 25% smaller than their previous model, a premium hard carrying case, and an extended 2-year warranty.

The NX7 Pro Rangefinder ($249.95 MSRP) is the premium rangefinder version that includes all of the features of the NX7 model and includes Adaptive Slope Technology, which provides the ability to measure elevation, but is also tournament legal since the slope mode can be turned off (for USGA tournament events). The NX7 Pro edition also includes Pulse Vibration Technology, which pulses when the rangefinder locks onto the target (pin, tree, or bunker).

“The NX7 and NX7 Pro Rangefinders are our fourth generation products. We’ve put in a lot of work to improve the accuracy, durability, and design. The NX7 Rangefinders are our most advanced and accurate models that will compete head to head with the more expensive rangefinder brands that sell for $299-$399.” Clay Hood, PGA, Co-Founder of Precision Pro Golf.

Precision Pro Golf is offering a mail-in rebate promotion starting March 1 through June 30 that will provide a $30 rebate for the NX7 and a $50 rebate for the NX7 Pro.

Both rangefinders are scheduled to ship March 1 and will be available at more than 1,000 retailers throughout the U.S. and Canada as well as internationally in 17 international markets.

More information: www.precisionprogolf.com.

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