Golf GPS experts SkyCaddie have added another product to their impressive range for 2022 with the new LX2 GPS Watch, which is said to make readability easier than ever.
The LX2 uses the same golf course data as all other SkyCaddies, including the SX550, SX400 handhelds, and LX5 Smart Watch models, to provide you with extremely precise distances to the front, middle, and back of every green.
The LX2 is both fashionable yet comfortable to wear on and off the golf course, providing an anti-glare display allowing you to see the screen no matter the weather conditions.
“Using the same next-generation technology as our award-winning SX family of rangefinders, the new LX2 weighs merely 57g but delivers all the information you need to trust your yardage and play your best golf.”
James Holmes, SkyCaddie General Manager UK & Europe.
The LX2 GPS Smart Watch is said to be an essential device for golfers hoping to get an advantage on the course. It comes with SkyCaddie's no-annual fees, go-play package, and more than 35,000 maps.
SkyCaddie LX2 Features & Benefits
- 1.28" JDI Colour Touch Screen that is always on for unparalleled visibility, even in the strongest sunlight
- Powerful Li-Polymer battery giving up to two rounds of golf on a single charge
- Water-Resistant with a sleek, ultra-lightweight smart watch design
- Fitness features include Step Count, Step Goals, and Step Distance
- Shot Distance and Ball Marking, allowing you to measure the distance of each club
The LX2 GPS Smart Watch may also be upgraded to incorporate several extra capabilities featured in SkyCaddie's LX5/LX5C watches and industry-leading SX series rangefinders, such as: Pin-Point Technology, Dynamic HoleVue with Zoom, Dynamic RangeVue, IntelliGreen Technology, Full Target List and Digital Scoring that can be stored in your personal SkyGolf 360 cloud space. There is a small membership fee required for all upgradeable features.
The LX2 will retail for £199.99 with no annual fees required.
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