The Laser Link Switch Rangefinder is the rangefinder for the golfer that wants everything. With the simple slide of a conveniently located toggle, the Laser Link Switch Rangefinder changes instantly from QS Mode which measures to Laser Link reflectors only to RH Mode which measures to all targets on the golf course. The Red Dot alignment system is unique to Laser Link rangefinders, and it’s easy to see and easy to align.
Three yardage confirmation settings adds to the ease of use, and the feedback from the rangefinder lets you know you have received a yardage measurement and that you have the distance information you need to play your next shot. Feedbacks could be either a standard “double beep” signal or vibration. Feedback could also be put to quite mode.
- QS (QuickShot) mode – measures to Laser Link reflectors only
- RH (Red Hot) mode – measures to all targets on the golf course
- The Red Dot alignment system is unique to Laser Link rangefinders, and it’s easy to see and easy to align
- Audio mode – standard “double-beep” signal
- Silent mode – some players appreciate the quiet
- Vibrate mode – unit will vibrate when a yardage is calculated
- Measures in yards or meters
- Dimensions: 6.5″ x 1.5″ x 3.5″
- Weight (with battery): 9 oz.
- Power source: 9-volt alkaline battery
- Accuracy: +/- 1 yard
- Display: LCD
- Range: 900+ yards (823+ meters)
Laser Link Switch Reviews:
I have always liked the Laser Link, but the big triangular head seemed to much to be convenient. The Switch has taken care of that and then added features, too. Silent, audible and vibrate modes! It sees bunkers as well as pins and it handles better than any of the rangefinders that you have to bring to your eye. Hats and glasses don’t interfere with this one.If you are looking for a range finder, I do not think you can find a better one than this one.
I have owned many ranger finders and GPS units. All of them certainly have their pros and cons. I did not think that being able to switch from being able to measure distance to the pins as compare to measuring anywhere would be a big deal, but it is. The advantage is that if you are only looking for the pin, it does not give you any false reading. I also have a GPS, but this product is fast becoming my go to because it is so easy to use. The other range finder I have had requires a very steady hand to use; also, if you play in sunglasses, you have to take them off to get a good reading, with this you can keep your glasses on and it does not take a real steady had to be accurate.