Shot Scope PRO L1 Laser Rangefinder

By Jason Bruno

Are you in the market for a new laser rangefinder, but don’t wanna spend $400 to get all of the bells and whistles? Shotscope’s PRO L1 features a boatload of the latest technology, and at $199 it won’t break the bank. We spent several rounds testing Shot Scope’s new laser…

Pro L1 features a compact and simple design, textured top and bottom sections for a non-slip grip, the small horizontal switch initiates the slope feature

Does your rangefinder offer dual-colored optics? Our testers loved the visuals on the RED distance readings.

Mode and power button are properly positioned right at your fingertips.

Shot Scope PRO L1 Product Details:

Red and black dual optics

Adaptive Slope technology

Target-Lock Vibration

Distances in yards or meters

Range 875 yards

X6 magnification

Precision clear lens

Adjustable eyepiece

Accurate to 0.1 yard

Water-resistant

Conforms to the Rules of Golf

12 month limited warranty

Replaceable CR123 battery

Carry case, cleaning cloth, lanyard and clip included

Case and battery included

Testing: The Shot Scope Pro L1 provides a very quick target response on any object including bunkers, trees, and locking in on flagsticks. The red display reading is a feature that makes this device stand out among value priced rangefinders. Easy function with all buttons and switches – which are exactly where they need to be. The on-course experience with the PRO L1 was as easy as can be.

Pros:

  • Target-lock vibration
  • Quick readings and responses to targets
  • Fantastic optics especially the RED option
  • Slope function.
  • A whopping 875 yards of distance reading range!
  • Long battery life
  • Value

Cons:

  • Lightweight plastic feel – durability (blue trim on casing scuffed easily just from being kept in the cart cup holder ).
  • Molded plastic textured grip sections aren’t up to standard when compared to leading competitors.

Summary: Overall, the Shot Scope L1 laser rangefinder is a very impressive device in the value category. Shot Scope seized on a section of the marketplace that was somewhat untapped (offering slope, target-lock vibration, and red optics in the $200 range. The only option missing from the L1 is a magnet for cart mounting. Might be the best value in the golf distance measuring industry – A device worthy of acquiring. (MSRP of $199).

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