Bushnell brought us Jolt technology in 2014 with the Tour V3, Tour Z6 and Pro X7 laser range finders.
Jolt gives short vibrating bursts when the devices PinSeeker technology has locked onto your target and now it is in the Tour X rangefinder that can be set up to adjust for slopes in everyday play or provide competition legal non slope distance.
So how has Bushnell managed to offer both these options in one device?
The answer is Exchange technology.
The Tour X comes with two interchangeable faceplates that can be easily swapped to change the mode and measurement capability of the device. With the black faceplate engaged, the Tour X Jolt conforms to R&A and USGA rules regarding measurement. Swap this for the red faceplate and you will be provided with adjusted distance readings based on elevation changes.
As well as offering both forms of measurement the Tour X boasts all of the features that have made Bushnell the leading laser rangefinder amongst the players on the PGA Tour.
Dual Display Technology (DDT) allows players to easily toggle between a bright red display or a crisp black display based on light conditions or user preference. The information is accurate to half a yard with a range of up to 1,300 yards and up to 450 yards to a flag and is formatted to 1/10th of a yard. Golfers can also choose to have their distances displayed as metric measurements.