Bushnell BowHunter™ Chuck Adams Edition Laser Rangefinder
- Designed in conjunction with Chuck Adams
- Angle Range Compensation
- Digital inclinometer measures angles from -90 to + 90º
- 4x magnification
- Range of 5–850 yards
- Advanced Digital Technology
- Distances are displayed in-view while you are viewing the target
- Two built-in Selected Targeting Modes: Rain Mode and Reflector Mode
- Internal electronic readout
- ±1 yard accuracy
- Quiet operation
- Water- and shock-resistant
- Built-In battery indicator
- Includes case, CR2 battery and neck strap
Look through a Bushnell laser rangefinder, and you have an instant, precise measure of yardage at your disposal. Using Advanced Digital Technology, it emits an invisible, eye-safe infrared energy pulse; distances are displayed in-view while you are viewing the target. You can choose from two built-in Selected Targeting Modes: Rain Mode permits distance measurements in inclement weather, and Reflector Mode enhances the maximum distance to special reflectors (targets) with an internal electronic readout. Each model features ±1 yard accuracy, quiet operation, and automatic shut-off for longer battery life. All units are water- and shock-resistant and include a carry case and neck strap.
Designed in conjunction with the bowhunting legend himself, this ultra-compact, lightweight unit helps put your broadhead in the sweet spot from treestands like no other thanks to Angle Range Compensation. Digital inclinometer measures angles from -90 to + 90º with +/- 1º accuracy. Bow Mode provides true horizontal distance from 5–99 yards. Features include 4x magnification, range of 5–850 yards, and built-In battery indicator. Posi-thread battery cover ensures power even in the worst weather. Includes case, CR2 battery and neck strap. Dimensions: 1.4" x 3.8" x 2.9". Weight: 6 oz. Color: Green.
Manufacturer model #: 202206.
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I took it back and got a less expensive model without the angle compensation.
Extreme up- and downhill angles alter true horizontal distance. ARC instantly accounts for the angle when calculating distance so you know precisely where to shoot. Hit the FIRE button and it calculates the “shoots-like” distance based on the angle of your shot.
when not in use, when in storage; i remove the battery from the battry compartment which eliminates power draw on the battery. I have owned this item for 3/4 of year and still using the same battery that came with it.