Nikon announces new rangefinders

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Nikon has announced the release of new laser rangefinders the COOLSHOT 40 and COOLSHOT 40i for the UK golf market, measuring up to 590 meters/650 yards and lighter than ever.


The COOLSHOT 40 is designed exclusively for measuring actual distance and can be used for competition if local rules permit the use of a laser rangefinder.

The COOLSHOT 40i (pictured above) incorporates Nikon's angle compensation technology, which displays the slope-adjusted distance (horizontal distance ± height) and is ideal for use on golf courses with uphill and downhill slopes.

Claudia Paul, head of UK Sports Optics division, said: "We're delighted to be able to offer golfers two new laser rangefinders and are confident that customers are going to enjoy our new HYPER READ technology, which makes it even quicker to the get the right number every time."

Key features -

• Optics: 6x21
• Measurement*: 590m/650yd
• Accuracy*: ±0.75m/yd
• Target Priority Switch System (First Target Priority mode and Distant Target Priority mode)
• Angle function COOLSHOT 40: No (Legal for tournament play, local rules permitting)
• Angle function COOLSHOT 40i: Yes (Slope Adjusted Distance)
• Lightweight, slim body

* Under Nikon's measurement conditions.

The COOLSHOT 40 and COOLSHOT 40i will be available to purchase from golf stores and pro shops throughout the UK and online at Nikon golf with prices of £269.99 and £299.99.

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