Leupold® RX®-1000i Rangefinder with DNA™ and TBR®

   

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6X

Product Color:
Black/Gray

Size:
3.8" X 2.8" X 1.3"-7.8oz.

Objective Size (mm):
22mm

Eye Relief:
16mm

Reticle:
multiple

FOV:
320'

Close Focus Distance:
15'
  • DNA™ (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) for greater speed and precision
  • TBR® (True Ballistic Range®) calculates incline angle, line-of-sight range, and projectile ballistics
  • Small enough to fit in a shirt pocket
  • Measures distances in .1 yard increments out to 1000 yards
  • Multicoated lens system
  • Folddown rubber eyecups
  • Advanced digital instrument panel with digital signal processing
  • Fast-focus eyepiece
  • Vivid red organic LED display for easier spotting in low light

Leupold RX® Digital Laser Rangefinders set new standards of performance and incorporate a wide variety of functions, including a multicoated lens system, folddown rubber eyecups, advanced digital instrument panel with digital signal processing, and a fast-focus eyepiece. This model boasts DNA™ (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) for greater speed and precision as well as TBR® (True Ballistic Range®) which calculates incline angle, line-of-sight range, and projectile ballistics and is optimized for popular rifles; rifle settings work in conjunction with mil-based reticles. Small enough to fit in a shirt pocket, this rangefinder is powerful enough to measure distances in .1 yard increments out to 1000 yards. Vivid red organic LED display for easier spotting in low light. Includes a belt case, carrying strap, CR2 battery, and carrying case. Color: Black/Gray. Weight: 7.8 oz. Dimensions: 3.8" x 2.8" x 1.3".

Manufacturer model #: 112179.

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by not worth the $ As far as technology goes I am very pleased. My issue is that any time that it is cold out or moisture in the air it fogs up instantly and in my opinion for $400 this should not happen. December 17, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good rangefinder Purchased this rangefinder for bow hunting and rifle hunting. Lenses fog up very easily and may need to be treated by anti-fogging cleaner. Seems durable and no moisture noted inside unit. Durability of unit is slightly questionable, but appears solid? TBR functions are very limited and not worth the extra cost! External ballistics are more of a concern, so save the money and purchase a portable wind/weather meter! OLED display is still almost too bright with lowest setting. Carry case is poor quality and wish there were more aftermarket cases available. Over Priced about $200!!! December 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Thumbs Up!! Is compact and does what I bought it for. Very happy I did not spend more on anything else! November 6, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not worth the price I purchased this item for my Sako .300 Win-Mag. The range finder requires you to put in a bullet category which is supplied in the instruction booklet. Well, none of the categories fit my gun or sight in yardage. When I contacted Leupold their response was to sight the rifle in at a different yardage. I already spent $ on a custom ballistic turret for the gun so re-sighting is not an option. Getting a refund is easier. October 8, 2013
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Is this item waterproof?

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NOT WATERPROOF
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Only for rifle cartridges and is caliber specific.
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The range finder has a different mode for rifles and bows
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Both rifle and bow.
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I am not worried about TBR, I can calculate that with a known distance and my loads. I also hunt bow and am curious how well it measures on angles.
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THEY SEEM VERY TRUE
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Does this rangefinder have different settings to measure differently for bow vs. gun? If not, why do they advertise the different ranges for bow and then gun?
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Yes it does have different settings to measure between the two. The rifle setting measures yards/meters with +/- 1 accuracy but with the bow setting the measurements are presented even more accurately up to a certain yardage with 0.1 +/- increments so on bow mode you will see that the target is for example 23.7 yards away.
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Has rifle mode and bow mode. Very accurate.
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Yes you can switch between bow mode or gun mode
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