Best rangefinder LaserWorks LE032 Mini Hunitng Rangefinders Outdoor Multi-function Monocular Telescope
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1. Basic Ranging Mode: Continuous ranging with pitch angle displayed
2. Fog Mode: which can handle the interference caused by fog. Distance should be over 30m, and outside only
3. Angle Compensated Horizontal Distance:Display the angle compensated distance to the target. This is primary mode used by most hunters ( Both bow and rifle )
4. Fog + Horizontal distance Mode: Angle compensated horizontal distance works on foggy day
5. Speed: 300km/h (Unit available: Km/h or Mile/h )
Note: Meter or Yard.
- LaserWorks LE-032 laser rangefinder is with bracket that can be set to standard Picatinny rail or bracket or connector. Adjustable laser base is our newly tested and proved. The base can be used to adjust laser up & down, left & right as needed.
- Note: LE-032 is with 800g recoil proof as tested. May not suitable for big caliber rifle due to the strong recoil (over than 12ft-lb).
- How to mount it to left or right side ? 1. Unscrew the bracket and the side screws you would like to install to. 2. Kindly use the Thread Glue for the 2 screws before you attach them to the left or right side, which is to ensure philip screws fully installed to your device.
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Works unbelievably well for such a bargain price. It actually measures well past the max given, good product!
I was using a few rangefinders for both golfing and hunting, especially for hunting. And I bought more than $500 rangefinder, also tried some rangefinders under $200. It’s might be the best rangefinder under $200. I even can’t figure out the differences between this one and those $500s. At this price, you really can’t beat the value.
Cindy Dian –
I was initially a bit skeptical that this rangefinder would actually range consistently at 1200 yards, but it does! I tested it against a friend’s much higher cost rangefinder, comparing the two against known distance targets varying from 100 to 1100 yards away. The targets were on both forested and meadow hillsides. Both rangefinders worked easily and consistently had results within a few yards of each other and the known distance. I also ranged large rocks at over 1200 yards away. Multiple measures showed consistent results. So, my conclusion is that this is a very good, low cost rangefinder.
Jo Haren –
This is a great beginning range finder. I am just getting into hunting and wanted a range finder, but couldn’t afford a big name unit so I gave this one a try based on the other reviews and I’m glad I did. It is easy to use and when I compared it to my friends $2500 rangefinder and the range displayed was with in a yard or two of his. I was even able to reach out farther at a target 1152 yards away. I will be using this unit if dies or decide that it is critical for me to have some of the features of a higher end unit, but until then I’m very happy with my purchase.
Eugene Guzman –
For the price, it is just amazing. Fits great in my hand. I have actually ranged all the way to 700M. So far I have not had any issues with it. I mostly use it for long-range target shooting. It has been rained on, and still working fine. Feels pretty sturdy. Was ranging as quick as the Leupold ones. I haven’t tried it during low light conditions, but when I do, I will update the review.
Tech Shark –
Has performed well so far. It seems accurate at distances I can measure with my Nikon 440, and according to the ballistics of my weapons, it is accurate as measured by bullet impact.
I haven’t tried any distance past 500 yards, but it seems to be pretty spot on. For the money, you cat go wrong. Great value.
Jacob horth –
I am super impressed with this range finder. I took it out the other day and compared it to my buddy’s high-end range finder and was shocked by how well it performed. The glass is very clear, they’re so many handy functions that are simple to use and most importantly it ranges accurately. First of all we went to my friend’s personnel range where we know the set distance of the targets and this range finder was dead on all the way to our last Target at 600 yards. Then I proceeded to range objects further out with my friend using his high-end finder on the same targets. We ranged cows at 917 yds and a group of trees at 1153 yds and every time I got there same reading and was either exact with my buddy or plus or minus 1 yard. Great range finder for the money!
Miguel Ángel –
I bought this rangefinder for hunting and shooting, I plan to use it to range out targets and help myself measure out distance roughly by eye as well as patterning for my bow and arrow and shotgun. The rangefinder has an adjustable focus on the lens that you look through which is cool, it’s silent and only vibrates for a click when turning it on. The one thing I don’t like is where the buttons are located one on the side one on top, it would be easier for me if both buttons were next to each other but that’s my personal opinion & preference. Came with a nice soft case and a battery can’t wait to bring it upstate!
Stephen f. –
Great value for this product. I was told I needed a range finder for hunting. There are so many on the market, this one fits the bill. It was a little tricky to figure out at first but a few YouTube videos on other products helped solve the problem. I like this rangefinder. And it is pretty accurate for the price no complaints yet. Charges very quickly and has lasted for multiple hunts.
Very clear and feels good in the hand. A buddy of mine has a $1300 unit we compare up to 500 yds and they matched. I didn’t compare past that but did try it out to 1100 and seems good.
Deborah E. –
Bought this to pair up with a weather meter and ballistic app for longer range, precision shooting. Been playing with it all day since receiving it this morning and I must say, I am pretty damn impressed so far! I was able to range treelines around 1464 yards away consistently. In scan mode, I was able to range a hawk circling in the area overhead at 130 yards three separate times with the same results. I ranged a number of smaller, target sized objects at various known distances to 500+ yards and came within a yard each time. The weather was nice and sunny so didn’t get a chance to test fog mode nor did I try any of the other modes but all I can say so far is wow, simply can’t beat it for the price! To be completely fair, I did occasionally have to try a few times to get it to lock on to a particular object, but hey, for $200, I consider it beyond acceptable in my book… And, when it does lock on, it returns consistent results on multiple consecutive attempts.
I compared this to a Bushnell that I was going to buy. Bushnell $300, this was $200. The Bushnell uses a 9-volt battery, this is rechargeable. The Bushnell is good for 600yrds, this is 1200yrds. While using this product, I found that switching between modes was very easy, the LED was very easy to read, the crosshair was very easy to line up, and very easy to see. I have a 100yrd tape measure, so I measured the accuracy, it was about 2inches. Overall I was very happy with the purchase, and it’s well worth the price.
I tried it in the low pre-dawn light and it followed the bright findings perfectly all the way out to my 710 view limit, with visible indicators. Indicators might be a bit hard to see in EXTREMELY low light, as all of those without LED’s, but it almost has to be so dark you couldn’t scope something anyway. Also doesn’t have bells and whistles like rifle ballistics et. al. But it’s simple and easy to use, rubberized surface, small, light, carry case, lazes a LONG way out there, and amazingly affordable. Can’t say how long it will hold up, and it’s only water-resistant and not waterproof, so it could fog or fail in certain wet/cold conditions, and only time will tell how sturdy the internals are, but still, for the price, it seems a steal.
I understand I didn’t pay for top-notch accuracy. I was just looking for something that’ll tell me I’m putting my crossbow target at 20, 30, 40, or 50 yards, so I can practice. My nephew was reading it, so the numbers seemed to be “bouncing around” a little, but good enough. I can’t wait to test it on a real deer next month.
Artur Kapp –
Works amazing. Small objects, fence posts, trees, animals, brush piles, objects without light under dense trees, just works. I lazed out to 710 yards, the most distant object visible from my deck within range, and it worked perfectly. I measured out 150 yards with a tape and it was +/- on to about a yard, most perfect, depending on how steady I held it. The furthest object out from my deck view was a treed mountain more than a 1.5 miles away and that’s where it failed. But I doubt if even a $1500 ranger would manage that. Great product, worth the money!