Purpose of rangefinders
Rangefinders were designed for a simple purpose: to measure the distance between the observer and the observed object.
Some telescopes and binoculars (such as the Zeiss Victory RF 8x45) are equipped with a built-in rangefinder. However, the most popular instruments are the separate laser rangefinders. In our web-shop you will find a perfect rangefinder for every use. We do not have what you are looking for? Ask one of our customer service consultants if we can get you want you wish for.
Laser rangefinders use a laser technology and this makes them very accurate (up to app. 1 meter). The detection range of rangefinders is on average 5-1000 meters. Laser rangefinders are usually compact, light-weighted and have an ergonomic design, which is a great advantage in wooded areas and small spaces. With the help of a LED indicator or an LCD screen you can effortlessly read the values. Not only do the various models differ from each other concerning their optical specifications such as lens diameter, coating and prism, but also in their capabilities. Some rangefinders have menu options such as, an integrated BIS (ballistic information system). On this website we offer a great assortment of rangefinders and accessories. You will certainly find a rangefinder that meets your specific requirements.