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Eye On The Prize: Bozily Golf Vpro x1 Rangefinder Review

Golf Equipment test and review: Bozily Golf Vpro x1 Rangefinder review

 

Rangefinder Tested

Rangefinder: Bozily Golf VPro x1
Colour: White/Red

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Golf Equipment test and review: Bozily Golf Vpro x1 Rangefinder review

Golf Equipment test and review: Bozily Golf Vpro x1 Rangefinder review

Golf Equipment test and review: Bozily Golf Vpro x1 Rangefinder review

Golf Equipment test and review: Bozily Golf Vpro x1 Rangefinder review

Golf Equipment test and review: Bozily Golf Vpro x1 Rangefinder review

Golf Equipment test and review: Bozily Golf Vpro x1 Rangefinder review


Technology:

· High-definition camera

· 6X Magnification

· 7 degree field angle

· Distance range 5-1000 yds

· Class 1 905nm laser type

· 2 scan modes, General Golf mode/Slope mode

· LCD digital display

· Measurements in yards and metres

Mode 1: General/competition mode is designed for distance and continual scanning, so you can get a yardage/metre reading to any object, pin, bunkers, water hazards, trees etc

Mode 2: Gives you yardage/metre readings, slope reading and pin lock.

Conclusion:

I often see cheap golf technology adverts come up on social media and you wonder how good they really are, but then I was asked to test the Bozily Golf VproX1 rangefinder. The rangefinder arrived in a smart box and unlike some well-known models it not only included the battery but had two. The protective case was again what you would expect to see from a top branded model.

On the course the Bozily Golf VproX1 rangefinder continued to impress. Not only did it give me yards, but instead of the usual 70 yards, it was reading 70.7-yards and in Mode 2 the laser locks onto the pin. The viewfinder then gives you exact yardages to the pin and underneath the adjusted yardages to take into account the topography and slope of the land between your ball and the pin. So my readings were now showing 70.7, but the slope reading underneath would say 76.9 as it was taking into account the incline.

I also tested the Bozily Golf VproX1 in competition mode which is Mode 1. I could still get yards to the pin in say 164.7-yards, but I could continuously scan to the bunker front right 153.2 yards and the back bunker 172.3 yards etc without taking my finger off the button. And to make the testing complete I would check yardages with playing partners who were using top of the range models and there was no difference in distances being displayed by both units, apart from mine were more accurate with the .7 etc.

For peace of mind you can purchase the Bozily Golf VproX1 and their other range of rangefinders on Amazon so if you’re not satisfied you will get your money back, but believe me you will be more than satisfied. If results and accuracy are the most important thing to you rather than the brand name on the side, then why spend £350-£500 when £80 will do the same job.


Golf Equipment test and review: Bozily Golf Vpro x1 Rangefinder review

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