Welcome to my review of the Precision Pro NX2 golf rangefinder.
We here at Range Finder Now live for the new technology that comes out in hunting and rangefinding gear. It’s just what we do and it’s who we are.
That being said, the Precision Pro NX2 golf rangefinder is probably one the best golf rangefinders that you can get on a budget.
Now I’m not just saying that because it looks cool, it’s everything you need as a golfer to make sure you’re using the right wedge or using the perfect amount of force behind your swing.
Here’s what I did and didn’t like in the Precision Pro NX2 golf rangefinder.
- Accurate to the yard
- 6x magnification
- 400 yard range
- Water resistant
- Modern look
- Fast lock on the target
- 2 year warranty
- There are rangefinders with better ranging capabilities
- Passed 250-300 yards it might take a couple tries for it to lock onto the target
Overall I was pretty impressed with this rangefinder. The biggest reason being is that it isn’t going to break open the wallet too much. Which for me that is especially nice, considering that I haven’t upgraded my putter in the last 5 years. Check the latest price here on amazon.
Precision Pro NX2 Golf Rangefinder Review
Originally I was concerned that the Precision Pro rangefinder was going to be cheap product. I ordered it on amazon not completely knowing what I was getting into, but I did have the many reviews of previous amazon buyers giving me confidence in it.
As I opened it up for the first time, I was very surprised with how compact it feels. It’s not like the Walmart version of everything, it almost feels like a nice Halo rangefinder. It’s got a nice overall feel to it.
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Now I’m not going to sit here and tell you that this rangefinder has the capability to range across a Rocky Mountain valley like some of the best rangefinders on the market can, but it’s still got quality ranging abilities.
Again, especially for the price.
It reaches out to a max of 400 yards, which in all honesty isn’t a whole lot of distance. That is, if you are hunting. For golf you can get away with having a shorter range rangefinder obviously because there is a max distance you are able to hit a ball.
Not saying that you can’t hit the ball far because I’m sure that you are able to absolutely strip em on the course.
But you know what I’m saying…
When you’re ranging to about 200-250 ish yards the Precision Pro NX2 rangefinder is very quick at picking up the distance. Moving out past that range does get a little slower, but you can still get the range dialed in, you just might have to click it a couple of times.
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If someone asked to me to compare this rangefinder say to a Sig 2400 BDX, the 2400 is clearly a better rangefinder. But that’s not to say the Precision Pro is bad. It really isn’t…
It’s got a nice compact feel to it and features waterproof technology to keep it running a long time. I haven’t had any issues with mine up to this point, and I’ve been using it for several months. Many of times where I got caught out in the rain.
The overall look of this rangefinder is actually pretty sweet as well. It’s got a nice modern gray look to it with a touch of green. I really like it.
This rangefinder is USGA tournament legal as well…
It comes with a carrying case, battery, lanyard and cleaning cloth. The battery is long lasting so it’s unlikely you need to change that out anytime soon. I wouldn’t worry about it at least.
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There are better golf rangefinders on the market, no doubt. But this is a really good budget rangefinder. It gets the job done at a very reasonable price. Being that it doesn’t cost as much, it obviously doesn’t have the range of an elite rangefinder.
Only time will tell (I’ve no issues with it) but I’m guessing that the technology inside of it will crap out before say a $500 rangefinder might. But that’s just the name of the game. If you want to buy an elite rangefinder, then go ahead and spend up for one.
But if you want something that is going to get the job done, without much more… this is the way to go. If you are interested in checking the Precision Pro NX2 rangefinder out, you can check the price on amazon here. (PS we greatly appreciate the support).
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Overall, I can say that I like this rangefinder. It gets the job done out on the course which is all I ask of it. Nothing more, nothing less.
Thank you for reading!