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You won’t have to worry about missing your mark again, thanks to the smart-tech Wildgame Innovations Halo Z8X Laser Rangefinder. It features Angle Intelligence technology that compensates your range levels with a variety of different slopes and terrains, and offers sharp 6x magnification. The pinpointing scan mode precisely adjusts your range to a maximum of 800 yards from your reflective target. It’s water-resistant, and takes 1 CR2 lithium ion battery (included).
Manufacturer model #: Z8XB.

  • 6x magnification
  • Water-resistant
  • Angle Intelligence technology for all-terrain targeting
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great rangefinder Comfortable to hold, accurate and easy to use. As others have stated, the range indicator is not backlit and may be difficult to see in low light. For the price, however, you can't beat it. September 30, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Rangefinder! This is a great range finder especially considering the price and the fact that it has the angle calculation feature. I haven't taken it out hunting yet as the season is still two weeks off, but at home I was ranging newspaper tubes out to 350 yards. We had a monsoon a couple of weeks ago and I took it out onto the porch to test it in the rain. The rain was falling at 1" -2" per hour and the ranges of known distance objects were consistant with the readings taken when it was not raining. I took it out to the archery range and it was dead on with the ranges listed on the backstops. I need to take it to a sporting goods store and check it against some of the more expensive brands. September 17, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good starter piece It is pretty accurate and easy to use. The angle compensation is great for hunting from a stand. If money is tight it will meet the need but if your not in a rush, I would hold out for something that is back lit. I hunt in a mountain region so the sun takes a bit longer to get over the mountains and disappears earlier. If hunting when full sun is unavailable it is difficult to see the readings without aiming each reading to the sky for a light contrast. Overall Im happy with it for the low entry price. February 1, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Very Disappointed!!!!!! After looking at the awesome reviews this product was recieving, I decided to buy this rangefinder. Rangefinder works very well and very accurate for short ranges but did not do so well with long distance ranges. Tried to hold steady and could never get a reading over 300 yds. My friends have Nikons and Leupolds and they seem to work well at all ranges. I guess you get what you pay for.... January 2, 2014
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Mine came with a nice case and a wrist lanyard.
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The Z8X does not come with a case. The Z8XB model does.
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It has unlimited range for compensation. It will compensate out to 500 yards. The range of compensation starts at 5 yards
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You'll want to sight the finder to your bow as you would with a gun. The ranging capability will be the same for bow as for gun per the staff in our optics department at Columbia, MO retail location. Thank you!
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I just bought this rangefinder today and after messing with it for a few hours all I can get it to do is switch between yards and meters, I can't get it to switch to the A.I. mode for yards or meters. Can anyone help me out with this?
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Repeatedly pressing mode control button. (Back portion) it cycles through yds, m, angle yds, angle m.
An angle shaped icon _\ appears when in angle mode. Gotta look for it. Kind of hard to see against "twiggy" backgrounds.
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When pressing mode to switch between yards and meters, you should also see an angle symbol in top left corner to determine if in A.I. mode.
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You have to press the mode button firmly and release. If it does not switch try removing the battery to make the unit reboot.
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When you press the mode button it should highlight an angle in the viewer. That will be your angle compensated yards or meters. But to get that the angle icon must be present
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After pushing the on/range button press the mode button. There are four mode. Meters; meters with angle compensation; yards; and yards with angle compensation. There is an angle symbol is at the top when you are looking through it. When it is on you are in angle compensation mode for the unit of measure you've selected.
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The 2nd button from the eyepiece is the MODE button. #1 is yards. #2 is AI yards. #3 is meters. #4 is AI meters. If this does not solve the issue, please contact customer service at 800-227-7776. Thank you!
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400 yards on non reflective target, deer size
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You'll want to sight the finder to your bow as you would with a gun. The ranging capability will be the same per the staff in our optics department at Columbia, MO retail.
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With this specific rangefinder its max range capability on a deer is an estimated 275 yards.
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It is nitrogen purged. It will fog like anything if you take it from a hot cabin to a 30 degrees. If you keep in on you while hunting I have never had a problem with fog, even in rain and snow
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It is not fog proof.
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