Nikon® Arrow ID 5000 Rangefinder
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- Designed and engineered for real world bowhunting situations
- Accurate ranging from 5-600 yards in precise .1 yd increments
- Incredible accuracy - +/- .1 yd.
- Nikon ID (Incline/Decline) technology for true distance readings on angled shots
- Tru Target technology - prioritize smaller target with the push of a button
- 6x21 mm multicoated optics
- Switchable display - displays distances in yards or meters
Designed specifically for archers, Nikon's Arrow ID 5000 rangefinder comes packed with advanced Nikon technologies to deliver truly accurate distance readings. Featuring Nikon's Tru Target and ID technologies, this rangefinder delivers true distance measures from 5-600 yards in incredibly precise .1 increments to make your sighting more effective. Tru Target Technology allows you to prioritize smaller and harder-to-range lone targets, such as a trophy buck, at the push of a button for a true reading. Nikon's advanced ID (Incline/Decline) technology compensates for various shooting angles to give you the equivalent horizontal range to the target. It all works together to help bowhunters shoot with confidence from the treestand or on steep, uneven terrain just like it was flat ground. The Arrow ID 5000 also features 6x21 mm multicoated optics, waterproof/fogproof construction, and an easy-to-see display that displays distances in yards or meters. Runs on CR-2 lithium battery (not included). Accuracy: +/- .1 yd. Weight (without battery): 5.8 oz. 4.4" x 1.6" x 2.8".
Manufacturer model #: 16228.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by HADHADHAD Absolutely The Worst Product Ever
I purchased a pair or pro hunter 1000 rangefinders 2 years ago . They worked OK the first year. The very next year I took them to Colorado on A Elk hunt. That is when I had realized that I made an mistake buying These things! They would not pick up over a few hundred yards . Luckily I had an old pair of Bushnell's that I had taken along. I" really realized I made an mistake" when I sent them back to Nikon and they said the warranty did not cover what ever was wrong with them! Wanted as much to fix them of what a new pair cost .
August 31, 2014
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