What we say...
29,000 CP, ACR, AHA, shot measurement, waterproof, 1.8inch colour display.
As reviewed in our 2014 Distance Devices Test: Seemed to take more time to catch up with other devices when deciding on yardages. Very basic functions, but the price reflects that. Changing holes is easy, but it does switch automatically. Waterproof too with a bright screen. This doesn’t offer anything over a watch other than a cheaper price. It’s large in size for what it offers, but delivers on its premise. Like the bright styling and colour screen, plus its ready to go straight out of the box and you can clip it to your bag. You’re soon under no illusions on what this device is about – simple yardages on a device that’s easy to navigate. It lacks any stand out features, but using it won’t slow down your pace of play. Not too heavy and has a grippy texture to it.
As reviewed in our 2013 GPS Test: A contender for best value on test. It’s simple to use and the distances matched up with the rangefinders. The features are basic, but for an entry-level product it does everything you’d want. Joel loved the simple, up and down buttons to change hole if you need to and bold colours that appealed to his younger eye. Holding the off button down to go back to the main menu is a bit odd.