The Laser Link Red Hot Rangefinder employs the latest in laser technology to make measurements to trees, bunkers, and any other landmark on the course faster and more reliable than ever. Laser Link’s trademark pistol-shape design makes this the only rangefinder you can use without holding it to your eye, which means you don’t have to remove your hat or sunglasses to get a measurement.
The Red Hot could now measure with or without reflectors. This utilizes the easy-to-use red dot alignment system and yardage confirmation could be chosen between audio mode, silent mode, and the unique vibrate mode. It could measure both in yards and meters. The red Hot was designed to measure DISTANCE ONLY, so as to conform to USGA and R&A Rules.
- Easy-to-use red dot alignment system
- Measures to landmarks, such as trees and bunkers, up to 400 yards
- Measures to a Laser Link reflector up to 800 yards
- Range without reflector: 5 – 400 yards (5 – 366 meters)
- Range w/ Laser Link reflector: 5 – 800 yards (5 – 731 meters)
- Accuracy: +/- 1%
- Display: LCD
- Dimensions: 6″ x 2 3/16″ x 3 1/8″
- Weight (with battery): 8 ounces
- Power Source: 9-Volt Battery (alkaline only)
- Pistol shaped design
- No downloads, no annual fees, no satellites
Laser Link Red Hot Reviews:
I have had a hard time holding other range finders steady, this one is easy to use and very accurate.
The Red Hot works for me better than expected. Easy to use even on courses without reflectors on the flag sticks. Takes the guesswork out of club selection. Love knowing the specific distance I have to deal with.
Takes a bit of practice to line up and get accurate readings. Thereafter, it is fast & easy to use. Shoots distances to any point that can be seen up to maximum range. Especially fast & accurate when used on a course with the Laser Link reflectors on top of the flag sticks.
I bought this because it was the only rangefinder that I could use. With all other rangefinders my hands shook to much to be able to get accurate readings. I have absolutely no problem with the Red Hot Rangefinder.