Halo® Xray® 600 6X Laser Rangefinder

Item # WX2-284729

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Details & Specs

Halo® Xray® 6X Laser Rangefinders are accurate to within ONE yard!

Find out just how far that shot is with amazing precision! Halo® Xray® Laser Rangefinders are field-tough, precise and easy. Heck, you can even use 'em to get a little edge on your golf game when you're not ranging for wild game!

It's got your number:

  • AI™ angle intelligence technology accounts for slope to target, giving you an accurate "shoots like" reading
  • Precise to +/- 1 yd.
  • 6X magnification gives you a good look at your target
  • Scan mode allows for constant ranging
  • Rugged water-resistant construction
  • Includes nylon case.
  • 1 CR2 lithium-ion battery.
  • Max. 600-yd. range. Black with Black rubber grip.

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Customer Reviews

5 stars
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  1. 5 stars
    I bought this halo xray to hunting with my friend last weeked. It really working great in 400 yrd. Anything farther than that it really hard to see. So I returning it to get the 900 model instead of the 600. But hey it working great for the price. U can't beat that.
  2. 5 stars
    Love it
  3. 5 stars
    Just great I am using it playing golf now. A great buy.
  4. 4 stars
    This rangefinder claims a 600 yd range but only reaches 500 yd on a tree and only 225 yd on an animal, very disappointing.
  5. 5 stars
    works great, would recommend to friends.
  6. 4 stars
    Good rangefinder for the money.
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