Finally recieved it. Haven't had a chance to take it to the range or to the course yet due to other obligations. Here's what I think so far:
In the Box:
Comes with a carrying case, wrist strap, cleaning cloth, battery, manual, and "tips for use"
Seems well made. Lightweight, and not at all flimsy as sometimes is the case with cheap chinese made knockoff products. Comparable to any Bushnell or Leupold I've ever used.
Point and shoot mode, scan mode, and pinseeker mode. Reads in yards or meters. Automatic shutoff after a minute or two so no need to worry about wasting battery.
As I said I haven't used it on course yet, however I did test it in a field next to the house (shooting trees and other distinct markers similar to what you would on the course.) Every reading seemed to be spot on. Walked off several of the measurements and they were perfect. Scan mode works very well. As long as your target has a decent amount of reflectivity, you will get the correct reading. Haven't had the chance to use the Pinseeker function yet, but I'm sure it will perform to expectations. Swithing between modes is seamless and easy. Very user friendly. Nothing to say about battery life yet, but the CR2 batteries it uses are relatively cheap and usually last some time. Overall, I would more than recommend this product if you're looking for a rangefinder on a budget. Seems to perform just as well as any other rangefinder on the market at a fraction of the price.
I'll update with an on course review as soon as I can but from what I've seen so far I have no doubts. Let me know if anyone is wondering about anything else and I'll do my best to help.
Edited by Zanama, 28 January 2013 - 01:11 AM.