500m Laser Rangefinder WildGuarder Abler1 Night Vision Rangefinder Hunting Outdoor Infrared Monocular
OpticsGears combines expert knowledge of the latest optical technology with a passion for hunting and outdoors. Our mission is to create the best destination online to learn about and shop for night vision devices, spotting scope, infrared infrared cameras, red dot sights, night vision rangefinder, rifle scopes, night vision monocular, rangefinder monocular.
Now, our latest night vision rangefinder Abler1 is available, which supports view over 200m in full dark. Moreover, it supports view 500-meter max range.
Night Vision Rangefinder Abler1 Main Features as below:
- Infrared IR night vision: up to 200meter, 6X optical magnification, and 4X digital zoom
- Adjustable objective lens focus 480×240 inner view display
- Digital compass Air pressure and temperature display
- Laser Rangefinder: 4 to 500meter.
- Speed measurement range up to 300km/h
- Aluminum Alloy Housing, IPx4 waterproof
- Powered by 4*AA batteries(not included)
Rangefinder monocular Abler1 Specification:
- Model No: Alber1
- Color: Black
- IR Night Vision: 200M
- Laser Rangefinder: 500 meter
- Measuring Accuracy: ± 1 meters/yards
- Pitch Angle: ± 20°
- Unit display: Meters/Yards
- Operation temperature: -5°~60°C
- Waterproof: IPX4
- Battery: 4 AA batteries
- Name: IR Night Vision Rangefinder
- Magnification: 6X32mm
- Sensor: Infrared CMOS sensor
- IR brightness: Adjustable
- Image resolution: 480×240
- E-compass: √
- Speed: √
- Continuous Scan: √
- Horizontal distance: √
- Use for: Hunting, outdoors adventures
By the way, if you are interested in hunting camera, Wildguarder is our highest recommendation. Its latest 4G trail camera Watcher1-4G has excellent performance that supports sending 20MP original image and 30s HD video, that is why we highly recommend it to you.
If you have a large order and other questions, please feel free to contact us, we will reply you in 24 hours. After all, that’s why we’re here.
Thanks for shopping with us!
Janet L Chance –
The day I received it, I got it charged up and waited for darkness. As a Veteran, I have utilized items like these similar. For entry-level Night Vision equipment, I am very very satisfied with the distance and clarity. Worth the money!
John S –
I need a night view scope hunting and nighttime home security checking, sometimes I need it as a rangefinder. I think this is the best night vision rangefinder monocular for the money. The size is compact and lightweight, with rubber grips that are nice when wearing gloves on those cold evenings.
Function wise it’s pretty easy to use it actually quite good daytime video but you must use the little daytime cap on.I have an opportunity to take out last night and do some videos and I was pretty impressed with how well it does for the cost of the unit I’m used units that cost hundreds of dollars and I don’t know I can’t really say that they were better than this ,with this one I could see about 80 yards at night so.
Overall ,It’s fairly easy to operate and honestly for the price really does an amazing job I’m very impressed with it.
This one is good for outdoor activities. If you have a night vision camera, you will know the night vision. Basically it is a camera with a built-in screen. Considering the price, I will see it is good, it is hard to buy so many components such as screen, camera in this price. It has IR light and bright amplifier function.
I got this in the morning and I took it to my grandson’s basketball game and it works very well in the daylight. I could take close up pictures and zoom back to watch the game and even take videos. Then of course since it’s not hunting season yet, we took it outside and took pictures in the total dark. We saw animals in the woods behind us and you could clearly make out what they were, but they can’t see you because it comes with an infrared cap. This could very well be the best hunting tool (besides a bow or gun) that my son will need to hunt this season. It is very sturdy and protected so should you drop it, it won’t break. It came with instructions but is very easy to use. My son is very happy with this gift.
I realize this night vision rangefinder monocular is probably something most frequently used by hunters, but I got this with a different purpose in mind. I have a large rural property with a lot of wildlife. I wanted to use this to sit on my deck at night and see what animals I could find. I finally got to try it out this weekend and I wasn’t disappointed! It took a little while to get used to the controls of the monocular, but once I got the hang of it, I was able to easily focus on the areas I needed to focus on. The picture quality is sharp, making it easy to identify what I’m looking at. I love the features it offers, especially the ability to video what I’m seeing. For the price, this product has so many features and is a good value for the money. I recommend this for anyone who needs to see without light.
This rangefinder is an interesting balance between price and quality. My needs were for a cost-effective option that generally worked – if your needs are the same, you’ll probably like it. Pros are its low cost, relatively light weight, and the carrying case has a quiet magnetic snap rather than velcro. Worth the money!
This is a great rangefinder if you love hunting, and would really like a premium rangefinder the WildGuarder Abler1 is perfect. It provides a super-accurate laser range measurement as much as 500 yds. It is lightweight, compact, and ergonomic with water and mud resistant body. It comes with everything to get started, really easy to use. A fantastic buy.
Susie Roberts –
This is the best range finder for the money. I opened it up and I was measuring distance in five minutes. it is clear and easy to operate with gloves on. I use it more than the big name brands that I have that cost twice as much. My Grandson plays with sometimes when he shoots his bb gun and it has been dropped a couple of times and it still works great. You can’t beat this for the money. The longest distance I have used this is 400 yds. and it is right on the money.
Angela Duling –
Got this to replace older bulky range finder that still works but had to fix wires and hard to change battery.
The Prowild is compact, accurate, and I like the continuous ranging feature. One issue I had was when I installed the battery it worked great and once it timed out and turned off it wouldn’t turn back on unless I took battery cap off and on again then it worked till it timed out and so on. I figured out the brass connection on the cap was tarnished enough to not make good contact to positive end of the battery. I carefully scraped the brass contact on the cap and now it works flawlessly.
Rand C. Johnson –
This monocular works great so far. I like how it has electronics that support the lenses zooming. This makes it much easier for me to zoom in and out. Perfect night vision monocular on a budget! I can see it in the dark. In complete darkness, you can see clearly up to 200 yds with their IR.
Jp Harrison –
Great value for the quality. Can see animals clearly to 500 yds. I use the scope for night hunting boar. You can also use it for pest control in the back yard spotting night time varmints.
While the viewing picture is small the field of viewing is very good for a small device. I would suggest and long viewing be accompanied by a tripod or some type of support But for the price it is a good device.
Benjamin Moreno –
This range finder is really nice, just like any of these I take a few measurements to get a more accurate reading. Most of the time it’s within 1 yard/meeter of measurement. This also depends on the type of surface you measurements on. From what I’ve seen with other range finders, this one takes very good measurements. Clear glass easy to use, basically a standard set up on it. I haven’t put it through abuse yet or have gotten to see how long the battery lasts but I will come back and update later.
T. Harris –
Regardless it was a good deal…this device does an outstanding job…I am using it for archery hunts…I have been testing it in the forest where I live…rocks,tress and anything else I wanted to know the range on.also worked great on longer ranges…so for rifle season in will have it with me too…I bought the added insurance…the company very promptly contacted me to set up account.
chris stewart –
Description boasts a night vision range up to 200 yards but my experience is the limit is about 50 yards. As a scope under normal lighting this has great range and clarity and is easy to use, but if you want to spot anything in the dark more than a stone’s throw away go for something higher end.