Halo range finder looking laser range finder

(7 customer reviews)


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  • halo laser rangefinders, take the guesswork out of the equation
  • halo cl300 rangefinder offers you brief and accurate yardages whilst you want them maximum of tiers out to 300 yards on a non-reflective target – brief and correct rangefinder for bowhunters to get the task done
  • experiment mode locks in a couple of targets at distinctive yardages
  • automobile acquisition acquires precise variety nearly straight away, 5x magnification
  • water-proof variety finder constructed to face up to the elements with ergonomic layout, consists of cr2 battery
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  • could everybody recommend this for bowhunting?
  • question: might every body suggest this for bowhunting? Solution: yes i exploit it every experience, once you range some thing factor it at a light colored item, like the sky, to peer the virtual numbers… With the aid of adam d. On january 15, 2020 did not get answers. See extra answers (2) collapse all answers

  • how does this rangefinder compare to the simmons lrf 600 tilt intelligence or the simmons 801600t volt six hundred laser?
  • question: how does this rangefinder compare to the simmons lrf 600 tilt intelligence or the simmons 801600t volt six hundred laser? Answer: simmons is higher….. The halo xl50 isn’t an excellent lengthy distance rangefinder. Even on short distances it’ll now not pick up a golf hole flag…. Halo will measure whatever large that is in the back of your meant goal. The halo is a fair bow searching rangefinder by way of amazon customer on april 30, 2017 failed to get solutions. See greater answers (2) disintegrate all answers

  • does this study through brush when deer looking
  • question: does this study thru brush whilst deer hunting answer: not certainly it must be a clear view with the aid of trushing on december 6, 2016 collapse all answers

  • is that this rechargeable or take batteries and if batteries do they come with or do u want to shop for seperatly
  • query: is that this rechargeable or take batteries and if batteries do they come with or do u want to buy seperatly solution: it takes a battery (cr2) and one comes with the range finder. Via leineboy69 on august 30, 2016 failed to get answers. See extra solutions (4) collapse all answers


    2000 Yard Range Finder, 300 Yard Range, XL450 450 Yard Range, XL600 – 600 Yard Range, XR700 – 700 Yard Range

    7 reviews for Halo range finder looking laser range finder

    1. K.C.

      Compact size, accurate readings at realistic hunting ranges, comes with a battery. Easy to use. Fast “On”. Bow and .22 Long Rifle shooter’s delight for zero, ranging and hunting. Bests estimating ranges by steps. Some users mentioned having problems using this device wearing glasses. I was able to use it wearing glasses, although I did have to press them close to my face. I tried it out at dusk to simulate ranging near the end of legal hunting hours. No problems. Yes, the aiming box was sometimes hard to see, but not enough to downgrade my rating. One reviewer suggested tilting the device towards a brighter background to read results and this worked great for low light conditions. I was able to range livestock and tree trunks well past 100 yds easily. 450 yds was no problem with a large enough object to reflect the laser light back to the unit. Suggest ranging known landmarks in advance if low light/range is an issue. My first laser rangefinder purchase after much research. Would highly recommend this item/brand and will consider it as a future gift purchase! Read more

    2. C. Hanson

      I purchased the XL450-7 for $77 after seeing some reviews on YOUTUBE that were favorable as I didn’t want to pay the big brand price for same functionality and I have an older Halo Interceptor. Ergonomically, this is a nice rangefinder, has the much needed scan feature. I am not sure if defective or not but even with a new battery the display is very dim. So dim that even though I considered price…..dim enough that I think I’d forget price and wish I had a better rangefinder when I am out hunting. Item was returned an I went with Vortex Impact 850 when was on sale. Read more

    3. Cord Blumenstock

      So far so good. I was concerned with buying this as other reviews said the lcd display was hard to see as my last wild game rangefinder display was nearly unreadable. I took the chance and bought one. ($50) I took it out this morning and was impressed. The LCD display is plenty bright and in tries to get a decent picture of that as you can see. It does have the angle but does not do the math for you. Feels heavy and sturdy. If something changes I’ll update this review. This is a great little range finder for any bowhunter. Read more

    4. Megan

      I got this range finder while it was on sale for less than 70 bucks. I had been using a Nikon prostaff range finder, but lost it. This rangefinder is good for the price. You only have to press the button once, instead of 2x like the Nikon. It does NOT autofocus like the nicer rangefinders which is major for me. I had this rangefinder on a cow elk at about 40 yards and had to try and focus the thing before it would give me a reading. It was crucial seconds that inevitably cost me the elk. It was incredibly frustrating and I returned the range finder the minute I got back. The yardage reading is also pretty small. Pros: Small, and very lightweight Fast one button use Cons: cheap feeling odd shape, hard to fit in side pocket of pants not sleek not autofocus/zoom very small reading Read more

    5. John C

      First if you are a long time eyeglass wearer, you will easily find the right eye relief. The pic is me using iPhone trying to demonstrate its ability to calculate range & angle from treestand. I read somewhere it won’t calc the distance, but it did within a yard. I was hunting a new area and had very little time to prescout the area. I wanted to range up to 70 yards to 100 yards. I shopped around, looked at some of the other more expensive manufacturers and models, I wasn’t feeling putting down that kind of money. I saw the camo model go on sale in some of the sporting goods stores but for about 30% more than this one. They appeared to have all the same features, except color. I figured I take the risk through Amazon on this model and it was not a budget buster being less than $100. And even though it’s not camo, really does that matter? I took it with me the last couple of weeks of archery season here in Florida. It worked well in both low light and in the bright Florida mid-day sunshine. I had some pre-measured range distances from the ground and this calculated the distance and angle from the stand. I had a young turkey and small bobcat that I used this to try measurements of moving targets (not running) and this worked fine. My opinion this is worth the money and worked as well or better than the $300-$500 models out there. Read more

    6. tinyhousebuilder

      I bought this not for long distances, but to sight in my 22 caliber air rifle . For what I bought it for, Perfect. 100 yards is maximum ‘accurate’ range for my gun, so why buy a range finder that you can range to 1000 yards, even though this one will range to 500 yards. I have used this probably 20 times and it has always lived up to what was demanded of it. Sure I could have spent more, but why? If you are shooting in the back yard or out in the field, this is just what you need. But, don’t expect the clarity you would get in a $300-$500 range finder. But for I need it for, like I said, Perfect. The only thing I wish is that the company would add a case. I bought one on Amazon, so maybe that’s why, huh.’ Happy shooting! Read more

    7. J. Lambert

      I read the reviews and decided to give it a try, I’m sorry I did. This has a couple issues first off it is not that accurate. I woudl get 20 yards then 21 yards seems to be about a yard off when I am in the same spot. Second I needed feet this only does yards and meters. Horrible for bow hunting when HHA sites and others use feet. Probably because of the lack of accuracy they only want to use yards 😉 Third had it one month used once and bough it out and it is not working doesn’t want to turn on all the time switch feels cheap. Also it appears I can’t return it on Amazon. I didn’t want to spend a lot but now I can through my $80 in the trash as I can’t even find a warrantee. Read more

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