What we say...
Over 33,000 CP, ACR, AHA; Hazard/lay-up distances, odometer, shot distance measurement, three rounds of battery life, fitness features, no fees.
As reviewed in our 2014 Distance Devices Test: One of the lightest, most compact watches on test. Sits flush to your wrist, mostly down to the flexible rubber strap. It was a joy to use and the hazard info was extremely valuable. Quick to recognise the course we were on. It looks like a normal watch, but still has plenty of features, including hazards, which was a real help off the tee. Very light, you really don’t notice you’re wearing it. Great to have the hazard distances – they seemed to stack up against a laser. I also like how the display specifies whether the distance is to carry or reach each hazard. The battery life was impressive too, it was still going after three rounds.