Coming with a sleek and neat appearance, drenched in a black hue with cool red writings and textured upper and lower surfaces, Simmons LRF 600 Rangefinder is a laser rangefinder that can be quite versatile. It can be used for golf and hunting. It is very straight-forward to use, making it convenient and practical in usage. Even though it lacks more advanced features that exist in more expensive models, as well as the ultimate accuracy at ultra-far ranges, Simmons LRF 600 Rangefinder is still a very viable and reliable option for people who mostly use a rangefinder only for short to medium distances.
Measuring barely 4.2”x3.6”x1.9” and weighing at 7.7 ounces, Simmons LRF 600 Rangefinder is extremely compact and portable. Certainly, you can easily slip it into your pocket, so it is very easy to bring around. It is also sophisticatedly designed, featuring an ergonomic shape that makes it very comfortable to be held without causing fatigue even for long sessions. The upper and lower surfaces are also textured, ensuring that it does not slip off easily from your grip. The body feels pretty solid and sturdy, and it has a water-resistant construction, giving you a peace of mind of using it even though rain begins to pour. It is also easy and practical to use, providing distance information with a single press of a button. It locks to a target quickly.
Simmons LRF 600 Rangefinder has a maximum measurement range of 600 yards, which is actually pretty good. However, its accuracy starts to decline from 300 yards and beyond. So, if you want something that can provide you precise distance information of objects over 300 yards away, you may need to look for a more advanced unit. Yet, if you only need to do shots within 300 yards and determine the range to the green and check for hazards, Simmons LRF 600 Rangefinder will do well.
Nevertheless, being simple and somewhat basic, Simmons LRF 600 Rangefinder only comes with 4x maximum magnification. Many other models come with at least 5x maximum magnification, while the expensive ones even come with over than 6x. Nevertheless, this should be sufficient to give you a better view of hazards. It is pretty much a line-of-sight laser rangefinder; it has no inclinometer, so you need to calculate more carefully the distance to a target that is not level to your position.
Pros of Simmons LRF 600 Rangefinder
– Much more affordable than many other models
– Very easy, simple, and straight-forward to use
– Decent reliability for distances around 300 yards, making it pretty much usable for short-distance shots
Cons of Simmons LRF 600 Rangefinder
– Minimum features
– Accuracy starts to drop at distances over 300 yards
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