What we say...
2013 Rangefinders Test
Stephen said this was a joy to use. It’s big and bulky, but it doesn’t feel it because you use two hands. This made it one of the steadiest rangefinders on test. Brian also commended the ease of use, the laser button felt light to press and yardages quick to appear. Joel couldn’t fault the Pro 1M apart from the price, saying it was a lot of money for a range most amateurs won’t need.
Ratings (out of 10):
Ease of use: 9 Functions: 9 Styling: 8 Value: 6
Most rangefinders have been designed to work well in one hand, but the Pro 1M can work as a two-handed device. Jon felt was a big bonus as it helped to keep it steady. He also liked the battery indicator on the display. Steve liked the fact it was easy to handle and noted how helpful the protective lens cap was. Riath thought it offered excellent accuracy and was easy to hit targets with. He also noted the impressive distance capability, finding a flag from as far away as 550 yards.
Both Riath and Steve thought the device was a touch on the large side, and a little heavy. Richard felt he would struggle to make room in the bag for the sizeable unit.
Ratings (out of 5)
Ease of use: 3.8 Styling: 3.5 Value: 2.1
With incredible ranging capability of up to 1 mile (550 yards to flag), Vivid Display Technology for all lighting conditions and unprecedented accuracy, the Pro 1M is the ultimate laser rangefinder for avid golfers and tournament play.