The Coolshot 20 laser rangefinder is aimed at golfers looking to gain an advantage on the course at an affordable price.
Weighing just 125 grams without its battery, Nikon say it is also the lightest and most compact rangefinder in its class.
Despite this pared down feel, the Coolshot 20 packs a punch in the accuracy department with some impressive numbers. A measurement range of 6 to 650 yards in 1 yard increments and 6x magnification means you will be able to fix in on any target on the course with unerring accuracy.
Confidence in yardage leads to confidence in club selection and course management which will ultimately benefit your game where in matters, on the scorecard. A single button operation means the device is easy to use, helping speed up the pace of play as distances from the tee and fairway are obtained with no fuss.
The Coolshot 20 incorporates Nikon's First Target Priority mode that displays the distance to the closest subject allowing golfers to forget about any possible distractions to measurement such as woods in the background and an 8 second continuous measurement tolerates slight hand movement during operation.
Ian Poulter, who puts his trust in Nikon every week on Tour, explains the benefits of accuracy:
“I’ve always made sure that everything I do in my preparations for any golf tournament is of the highest standard and that mentality goes into any products that I use. Nikon’s laser rangefinders are the best around and you won’t get a more accurate reading with any other laser.
When Ryder Cup points and Major championships are on the line, I need to be able to trust the numbers that my laser gives me when I’m making my preparations for tournaments. There’s no doubt in my mind that Nikon produce the most accurate Distance Measuring Device available today.