Vortex RRF-181 Laser Range Finder Review
Vortex RRF-181 First Impressions
"Hope this helps!"
If it doesn’t outlast me, I’ll just return it for a new one. Text is clear to read and seems pretty resilient. Quality - Same size as my Vortex and fit well in my hand. Exchanged for another one and love it. It's dead on accurate, easy to use, and good in low light.
Editor's Impressions Of The Vortex RRF-181
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Vortex RRF-181 Final Thoughts
"Shipping was prompt."
I change yard and meter in range model easily. It work well in terms of lock on object and give distance. I think it is well worth the price tag. During testing I found the optics to be clear and crisp. Laser is very bright and was easy to see.
- Vortex RRF-181 Features & Specs
- The Ranger 1800 rangefinder is easy to use and features a clean, illuminated display and highly intuitive menu. The Ranger 1800 is capable of ranging up to 1,800 yards.
- The primary HCD mode displays an angle compensated distance that is ideal for the majority of hunters and shooters. An advanced LOS mode provides you the option to calculate long distance, high angle shots with increased precision.
- A scan feature gives continuous range readings as you pan across a landscape or track a moving target. Three brightness settings allow the display to stay visible in various light conditions.
- Fully multi-coated lenses deliver optimal light transmission. Textured rubber armor provides a secure, non-slip grip. Water and fogproof performance keep the system operating in the harshest conditions.
- The included neck lanyard and removable utility clip make the Ranger easy to pack and keep handy. Compatible with a tripod adapter, allowing use on a tripod or car window mount.