May 14, 2021

Nikon Laser Range Finder Review

Nikon First Impressions

"Do Not Hold It."

I brought it out shooting with me this past weekend. Pretty decent optics and it gives a clear picture. I did not have anything further to test. Starts up on it's own and conflicts with other Apps I'm using. Pretty decent optics and it gives a clear picture.

  • Editor's Impressions Of The Nikon

  • Accuracy
  • Build Quality
  • Value For Money
  • Feature Set

Nikon Final Thoughts

"Tripod mount."

If you have a mil dot system those are black. Only problem is that is does way more than you can imagine. Battery lasts a good long time on each charge. I did not have anything further to test. The features include slope adjustment which helps a lot.

Overall Score

(9 Points)
  • Nikon Features & Specs
  • Hunting Laser Rangefinder: The Prostaff 1000i provides 6-1000 yard measurement range with a 6x high quality monocular
  • Automatic Measurement: Continuous measurement for up to four seconds with Tru Target that allows you to switch between first target and distant target
  • Compact and Durable: Water Resistant design with multilayer coating applied to all lens and prism surfaces
  • ID Technology: Delivers the one number you need for your best shot to account for incline or decline angles
  • What You Get: Complete rangefinder packaged with case, lanyard, CR2 battery (factory installed), 3 extra Viridian CR2 batteries, and a Lumintrail Cleaning Cloth

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