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Uphill or downhill. The confidence to hit more greens.
The NX7 Pro's Adaptive Slope feature does the math on uphill and downhill shots, while our accurate laser technology and Pulse Vibration feature make it simple to get accurate readings to the flag. The Compact Design and No-Slip Grip provide the perfect feel, while the Precision Care Package makes you part of our golf family.
Adaptive Slope Technology
The NX7 Pro Rangefinder features Adaptive Slope Technology which allows you to toggle between elevation measuring Slope Mode and tournament legal Non Slope Mode.
Adaptive Slope Mode factors in the slope and elevation of your shot to display the actual yardage and the plays as yardage.
Adaptive Slope Mode is not legal for tournament play however you can switch to Non Slope Mode with the click of a button making the NX7 Pro legal for tournament play.
(TAG) Your Target with Pulse Vibration Technology
The NX7 Pro Rangefinder features Target Acquisition Technology (TAG), which helps you acquire the target, not what's around the target.
Our (TAG) technology scans objects in your field of view and focuses in on your desired target to ensure accuracy.
The Pulse Vibration Technology enhances the (TAG) experience by providing a short vibration to let you feel when you've hit the target.
Built to Last
The NX7 Pro Rangefinder is built with durability in mind. The rugged design is perfectly suited to the rigors of golf course life.
Water Resistant Design
Golf isn't played indoors so the NX7 Pro Rangefinder is made to survive the elements. The water resistant design gives you the freedom to use product in the elements.
Premium Hard Carrying Case
The premium carrying case keeps the NX7 Pro Rangefinder safe while the elastic strap and carabiner give you options for easy access on the course.
Shock Proof Design
Golf is tough, so the NX7 Pro Rangefinder is design to survive. The rugged, shock proof design helps with drops, tosses, or any other impacts you encounter on the golf course.