Best Laser Rangefinder Under $200

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Best Laser Rangefinder Under $200
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TecTecTec VPRO500Learn More

It’s the combination of price and performance that puts the TecTecTec VPRO500 in our list of top rangefinders. It used to be that it felt safer to go with a well-known brand when you bought a golf rangefinder. However, when there are over 800 hundred reviews for a product and over 75% of them are 5 Stars, those concerns can be easily dismissed. Well, actually we had to see it to believe it. We purchased it from Amazon and put it to the test. We were not disappointed. It was super easy to lock on the flag, even from long distances. The unit was compact, but the numbers were large and easy to read. It was also easy to range other targets, including bunkers and the ground. The only performance issue we noticed is that it sometimes varies 3-4 yards when ranging the same target multiple times. For most golfers, that’s not really a big issue, but other rangefinders in our top picks are typically more consistent. However, they are also more expensive. If that issue is a concern for you, check out our Best Golf Rangefinders Under $200.

Rating: 4.50 (848 reviews)
USGA Compliant: Yes   Weight: 6.6 oz.   Magnification: 6x


Precision Pro Golf NX7Learn More

We love this offering from Precision Pro Golf. The NX7 doesn’t offer any bells & whistles, but it is a solid performing laser rangefinder with 6x magnification and the price is right. It’s small and lightweight, ergonomic with a secure slip-proof grip, and has just enough bright green so you won’t accidentally leave it in the golf cart. It’s extremely accurate and measures to 1/10 of a yard, a feature usually found on more expensive models. The only thing on our wishlist for this unit is the Vibration or Jolt technology that can be found on the comparable Bushnell Tour V4. However, the V4 only has 5x magnification and it costs a lot more. For that reason, we give the edge to the Precision Pro Golf NX7.

Rating: 4.50 (43 reviews)
USGA Compliant: Yes   Weight: 5.45 oz.   Magnification: 6x


GolfBuddy LR5Learn More

The GolfBuddy LR5 laser rangefinder has 6x magnification, scan mode, and pin mode which scans the landscape for the closest target, helping to isolate the pin from background objects. GolfBuddy is well established in the golf GPS world and will definitely make headway into the laser market with solid entries like the LR5 and the LR5S slope model. It’s the name brand and the low price point that make this model a real contender.

Rating: 4.30 (29 reviews)
USGA Compliant: Yes   Weight: 7.69 oz.   Magnification: N/A


TecTecTec VPRODLXLearn More

You may never have heard of TecTecTec, but they have quietly been gaining serious momentum in the golf laser rangefinder market. The reason… their rangefinders are getting rave reviews and their prices are significantly lower than the bigger brands. At first glance, the difference between the TecTecTec VPRODLX and the VPRO500 doesn’t seem significant. The VPRODLX is waterproof and has a slightly longer range, but what makes it worth the money is the Distant Target Priority Mode that makes it easier to grab the pin. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly laser rangefinder, put this one on your short list!

Rating: 4.41 (61 reviews)
USGA Compliant: Yes   Weight: N/A oz.   Magnification: 6x


Callaway 300 RangefinderLearn More

The Callaway 300 is a solid entry into the laser rangefinder market and we like the idea of a soft casing for a rangefinder. Although the performance is good on this model, the ratings are a little bit lower than other basic models and its price is often a little bit higher. At this price point, you may want to check out our picks for best laser rangefinders under $200.

Rating: 4.20 (54 reviews)
USGA Compliant: Yes   Weight: 7.58 oz.   Magnification: 6x


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