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Bushnell Tour V3 vs. Caddytek Review/Comparison

Bushnell Caddytek rangefinder

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#1 Brimstone

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Posted 15 July 2016 - 03:09 PM

Last week I was trying to decide on a new rangefinder and I was confused by the number of options as well as the brands I know and lesser known brands that were available. Since I was interested in picking up a slope model, that put my Bushnell options at well over $300 and that was more than I was wanting to spend. I needed to make a decision as to whether I wanted to give up features for a less expensive version of a brand name. My solution was to buy one of each and then decide. I settled on a Bushnell V3 and a Caddytek Caddyview V2 w/ slope. To be honest, there were a few lower priced options and I chose the Caddytek based solely on looks. They have both arrived and I wanted to share my comparison.


Here are some side by side shots. The Caddytek is slightly smaller and weighs slightly less, but construction quality is surprisingly good on both.

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I found the slightly smaller size of the Caddytek to be more comfortable to use.

Now, let's have a look through the viewfinders:

First is the Bushnell-

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The Bushnell has a minimalist approach which gives you a flag icon (pinseeker mode) and a yardage readout in the lower portion of your view.

Next is the Caddytek-

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The Caddytek gives you the pinseeker icon with a larger yardage measurement at the top of your view and a smaller slope compensated yardage at the lower section of your screen. It also gives you a battery charge indicator.

It was quite difficult to photograph through the rangefinders, but these are fairly accurate representations. They were similar in clarity, but one thing I liked on the Caddytek was that the viewfinder has a micro focus adjustment which allows you to adjust for your eyes. The Bushnell is supposed to have the same type adjustment, but it didn't seem to turn as smoothly or adjust as easily. The clarity of both is better than is represented in these pictures.

I took measurements at a dozen different distances and they came up with identical results. I was able to measure distances to 1000+ yards with both rangefinders on houses in my neighborhood.

I did like the jolt technology on the Bushnell which vibrates when it locates the flag. The jolt technology is nice, but I really didn't have any trouble picking up flags at the range today with the Caddytek. I found the digital display on the Caddytek easier to read. Also, the Caddytek is 6x magnification versus 5x with the Bushnell, but it was a minor difference.

Mode adjustment:

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The Bushnell has a one button design and Caddytek has a two button design. I found both equally simple to use. The Caddytek has a mode where you can sweep the laser and it will give you changing measurements as you move between areas. I'm not sure if the Bushnell does this as it isn't in the manual and I couldn't get it to work that way.

I did find the texturing on the Caddytek nice and easy to grip.

What came in the box?-

Bushnell:
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The Bushnell came with a very nice carrying case with a magnetic closure, a protective sleeve for the rangefinder and a battery.

Caddytek:

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The Caddytek came with a nice carry bag (not as nice as the bushnell) with a velcro closure. It also comes with a sideplate that you change to disable the slope function and make it tournament compliant. There was a small bag for the plate that goes in a side compartment on the carry bag. It also came with a battery.

The Bushnell has a two year warranty, while the Caddytek has a one year warranty.

The Caddytek is currently $164.24 on Amazon and the Bushnell V3 is $229.99 (both prices include shipping).

I'm going to take both units on the course a few times over the next week before I make a final decision on which to keep, but I'm leaning heavily toward the new Caddytek for several of the reasons I noted above.


Edit:  If you don't want to read the whole thread, I eventually chose the Caddytek and I believe I would have still chosen the Caddytek if prices were the same.

Edited by Brimstone, 31 July 2016 - 08:57 AM.


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Posted 15 July 2016 - 03:55 PM

Nice review. Thanks.

I'm pretty sure the science is identical in all the lasers, the primary difference is the optics.  I was a Bushnell user for years, but now I own a Callaway. I prefer the lower magnification (4X vs 6X) because for me it's easier to steady.

Good luck with your purchase, and update review as needed.

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Posted 17 July 2016 - 08:49 PM

Looking forward to the follow up reviews.
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Posted 18 July 2016 - 11:24 PM

As an update, I have played a couple of rounds with both and I'm still somewhat undecided between these two. I will say that I like the Caddytek in every way more than the Bushnell except for the Jolt technology. I find the Caddytek picks up distances faster and is easier to operate. The Caddytek fits my hand better and seems to have clearer images than the Bushnell. Distances are dead on with both units. The place that the Bushnell shines is when there are trees or clutter behind the flag. The vibration when you hit the flag is a really nice touch. I have found that the more I have used the Caddytek, the easier it has been to know if I'm getting the right reading and if I'm unsure I will take a couple of readings on areas of the green and make sure they are close to my flag distance. I find the slope function nice on the Caddytek, but I could live without it.

I found it interesting that, while playing today, my brother-in-law would ask me for a distance on every hole. I would give him the distance and then he would argue that it was further. He would go find a marker and then admit that the distances were right on. After about the fifth hole, he admitted that they were accurate and he was bad at judging distance.

I will be out of town now through the weekend, so no golf until next week. I have four rounds scheduled for next week though.

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Posted 20 July 2016 - 06:13 PM

How do they work with prescription glasses?

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Posted 20 July 2016 - 10:07 PM

View PostCwing, on 20 July 2016 - 06:13 PM, said:

How do they work with prescription glasses?

I don't wear glasses, so not much help there.

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Posted 28 July 2016 - 12:58 AM

So, I have been out every day this week and have been comparing these side by side.  I have to say that the Bushnell is winning me over.  The Jolt function really is very useful.  I have more confidence in the readings and don't feel it is as necessary to take multiple readings to verify yardage.  I also have found the slope function on the Caddytek mildly useful, but not enough to sway my decision.  On solid targets, like a bunker or hill, they are exactly the same.  Both are easy to use and read.  It is when you are picking up distance to the flag that the Bushnell shines and that is kind of a big deal.  Honestly, I like everything about the Caddytek better than the Bushnell except for the pin seeking.  Is that extra bit of tech worth the added cost?  I guess each person has to decide that for themselves.  I'm going to take them on the course a couple more times this week and give the Caddytek an opportunity to win me back.

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Posted 30 July 2016 - 03:16 PM

OK, so I guess I'm not that bright. I was not using the Caddytek in the correct mode and that is why it wasn't picking up the flags as easily. After I figured that out this morning, it was dead on with the Bushnell and almost as easy to use.

I also played at South Mountain Golf Course this morning and gained more appreciation for the slope function. With this very hilly course, I would often get 20+ yard differences between the distance and slope adjusted difference.

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Today, the Caddytek was the clear winner and the Bushnell will be going back to the store this afternoon.

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Posted 31 July 2016 - 08:28 AM

View PostBrimstone, on 30 July 2016 - 03:16 PM, said:

OK, so I guess I'm not that bright. I was not using the Caddytek in the correct mode and that is why it wasn't picking up the flags as easily. After I figured that out this morning, it was dead on with the Bushnell and almost as easy to use.

Can you elaborate on the setting that was incorrect? I have one on the way!
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Posted 31 July 2016 - 08:47 AM

You should edit your OP to indicate the ultimate winner.  I almost stopped reading the thread about half way thru and would have missed your final choice.  Thanks for a great review!


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Posted 31 July 2016 - 08:54 AM

View PostJasonPetermann, on 31 July 2016 - 08:28 AM, said:

View PostBrimstone, on 30 July 2016 - 03:16 PM, said:

OK, so I guess I'm not that bright. I was not using the Caddytek in the correct mode and that is why it wasn't picking up the flags as easily. After I figured that out this morning, it was dead on with the Bushnell and almost as easy to use.

Can you elaborate on the setting that was incorrect? I have one on the way!

I just wasn't in pin seeking mode. If you have the flag icon, it actively looks for the flag when you hover over it. The other mode is great for checking bunkers, back of green, etc.

View Postsmoky25, on 31 July 2016 - 08:47 AM, said:

You should edit your OP to indicate the ultimate winner.  I almost stopped reading the thread about half way thru and would have missed your final choice.  Thanks for a great review!

Will do

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Posted 06 August 2016 - 08:54 AM

Based on your review and comparisons, I have a Caddytek Caddyview V2 w/ slope on its way from Amazon as I, too, did not want to spend the kind of money that Bushnell wants. Besides, it is replacing a Bushnell Tour V2 w/slope that crapped out on me. I still have an older Yardage Pro (not sure which specific model) that works that I use as a backup - it has several modes but no slope.

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Posted 06 August 2016 - 06:22 PM

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Posted 09 August 2016 - 03:38 PM

My Caddytek CaddyView V2 w/ Slope was delivered yesterday afternoon and got its first workout this morning. I am impressed with the compact size and how light it is. The construction seems sturdy enough and the carrying case is more than acceptable. The non-slope plate comes in a little velour pouch and can be stored in a little side compartment on the carrying case. I like where the battery compartment is (on the back).

On the course,even though the magnification is only one magnitude greater at 6X than what I have typical used it does help. The focus is adjustable and makes the imaging really sharp. In "Pinseeker" mode it really picks up and locks on the pin very quickly. Overall, I think for the money it is a great option.

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Posted 24 November 2016 - 09:53 AM

Mine goes in play on Black Friday. I received it about a week ago. I'll need to remember to use the flag/pin seeker mode. I won't use it much as I've got a garmin g6 unit but will be interested in using the slope function on some downhill par 3's. My main purpose will be shooting targets on the range to work on distance control so hopefully this unit will be perfect.

Edited by Cwing, 24 November 2016 - 09:55 AM.

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Posted 07 December 2016 - 11:13 PM

Thank's for the great review. I am new here and just about to pick a rangefinder too. I came up to this site and read some reviews http://hitgolfing.com/ and Bushnell Tour V3 grabbed most of my attention. Looks like a wise decision to buy one.

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Posted 09 December 2016 - 12:18 PM

Thanks for this review. I've been using golf apps on the phone and have been thinking about picking up a rangefinder. I haven't even considered the caddytek before.

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Posted 09 December 2016 - 05:16 PM

Black Friday golf went well with my best round of the year and two new toys in the bag.  Callaway Fusion 9* driver and the Caddytek. I will use it more than I thought. Works great with entry shots to the green, etc... it will still be second to the GPS as I mainly got it for practice (distance to targets) and par 3's w/elevation.

Edited by Cwing, 30 December 2016 - 11:55 AM.

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Posted 25 December 2016 - 08:24 PM

Did anyone have any luck changing out the plates?  I cannot get the slop plate off of the unit. Not sure how it is done and the manual says it just "snaps" off. I've had no luck.

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Posted 25 December 2016 - 10:02 PM

I haven't tried.

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Posted 25 December 2016 - 10:42 PM

Please do. I'm about to send this thing back since I can't swap out the plates.

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Posted 30 December 2016 - 11:57 AM

No problem at all. Just a finger nail and a little bit of pull and it popped off. It is held in place by 3 plastic locking tabs. Pulled it off, snapped it back in place w/out issue.

Edited by Cwing, 30 December 2016 - 11:58 AM.

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Posted 09 January 2017 - 09:56 AM

View PostCwing, on 30 December 2016 - 11:57 AM, said:

No problem at all. Just a finger nail and a little bit of pull and it popped off. It is held in place by 3 plastic locking tabs. Pulled it off, snapped it back in place w/out issue.

I sent mine back and going to order another.  The slope plate was impossible to pull off of the one I they sent.

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Posted 03 June 2017 - 10:53 PM

This still holding up?
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Posted 14 June 2017 - 03:08 PM

I just placed an order for the Caddytek off of Ebay based off on reading this thread (Thanks Brimstone).  I'm sick of having my expensive Bushnell crap out on me (again) even though I didn't drop it or submerge it in water.  I went through 2 Bushnells in the past 10 years and took care of them as best I could.  I hope the Caddytek will last a lot longer than that.

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Posted 22 June 2017 - 11:57 AM

+1 for the Caddytek. My buddy bought a used Bushnell off Craigslist for $70 and after watching ebay and Craigslist for a week, I decided I couldn't find that deal unless I was willing to wait half the season so I did my research and went with a new Caddytek instead.  It picks up the pin almost instantly and I can't be happier with the purchase. My friend and I compare our readings and they are always pretty much the same.

One piece of advice I will give is on the case that comes with it.  It has a Velcro/button strap to attach to your bag.  I hit a bump on my pushcart and the case flew off...so I'm designating one of my valuables pockets for this bad boy from here on out.

Also, right now you can get $40 off on Amazon if you sign up for their store card.  $110 brand new, can't beat that.

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Posted Yesterday, 02:06 PM

Still using mine. Thanks to this thread.
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