Bushnell Nitro 1800 Laser Rangefinder – review

 

Bushnell’s Nitro Laser Range Finder works up to 2,000 yards (with all the upgrades) and is Bluetooth compatible, so you can link it to smartphone apps and ballistics calculators such as Kestrel. Even without upgrades it works to 800 yards. Accuracy is +/- 1 yard.

It’s also got built-in arc technology for calculating angles and getting the true distance to a target. The laser operates four times a second, making it useful for quickly judging the distances of several targets. Simply put it to your eye, find your target and press the button.

Andrew Isherwood from Edgar Brothers demonstrates the Bushnell 1800 rangefinder

 

At time of writing, the rangefinder’s RRP is £399. Bushnell is a popular make with Fieldsports Channel viewers – in the top five of our optics.

Find out more at the Edgar Brothers website.

 


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