Our Callaway RAZR Rangefinder Review Summary will be available as soon as we get enough user feedback on Callaway’s latest laser distance measuring device. Our first look shows subtle, but worthwhile differences from the Callaway Diablo Octane and the Callaway LR550. It appears Callaway is continuing to improve on its solid line of laser golf rangefinders.
Callaway Razr Review Score:
Score compiled from multiple sources including Amazon, GolfSmith and TGW.
4.13 out of 5 (8 reviews)
- The new Callaway RAZR laser rangefinder is faster and even smaller the Diablo Octane and the LR550.
- It has Active Brightness Control, which means you can adjust the backlighting for different lighting conditions.
- And one more thing… it measures distances down to 1/10 of a yard. Now if only our shot-making could be so good!
We’ve seen it for as low as $285 on Amazon Marketplace (look at “New” about half way down this page on Amazon). If your budget doesn’t quite go that high, definitely consider the Callaway Diablo Octane. It’s highly rated and very affordable.
|Battery||3 Volt CR2 Lithium|
|USGA Compliant (local rule)||Yes|
|Notes||.1 yard increment readings. Features Nikon’s First Target Priority Mode and 8 second scan mode. Focusing diopter by simple twisting action on eyepiece. Shock resistant and fogproof|
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