What we say...
800y range, 350y flag range, 6x mag, weighs 185g, available in black or white.
As reviewed in our 2014 Distance Devices Test: Looks more basic than others and feels plasticy. The Pinseeker mode was useful on short approach shots, but had to manually focus at times. The manual focus is a pain but it’s very easy to grip thanks to the textured area where your fingers go. Seemed to work especially well in the wet. Easy to switch modes and readings are clear. The yardages appeared to be spot on, but it wasn’t as easy to dial in from long range. The styling is basic, but the price reflects that. It was still easy enough to pick out the pin and fairway traps. Ideal if you just want a no-frills laser.
Shotsaver Gadgets User Reviews
When buying a laser you can easily spend £300 on one from the major brands. I bought this one for around £100, with spare batteries and a case. It targets quickly and easily without the extra gimmicks of vibrate and slope settings. It's accurate and easy to use and has never failed to quickly lock to the pin. Spend the extra money on yourself or something else !