What we say...
29,000 CP, ACR, AHA, map edit function to reprogramme distances.
As reviewed in our 2014 Distance Devices Test: If you don’t measure shots, you literally don’t have to touch it during the round. It didn’t feel like it was especially comfortable, perhaps down to how large the watch part is, and the styling didn’t appeal either. But as a no frills device, it delivered. Simple to use, partly down to the lack of features. A little too basic perhaps, but the price reflects this. Keeping score required a few too many button presses. Strange look to it, especially the strap, but it was perfectly accurate and quick to start up out of the box. The middle distance could be larger and more prominent on the display than the other distances.
As reviewed in our 2013 Watches Test: The team liked the no-frills nature of this device. The features are standard, but it’s very simple to use, changes hole quickly and accurately and is comfy to wear. It’s not the best looking watch, but it does the job and the numbers stacked up against other devices and rangefinders. Decent value, too.