Leupold Vendetta 2 Bow Rangefinder

Leupold Vendetta 2 Bow Rangefinder

Leupold Vendetta 2 Bow Rangefinder

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Product Highlights

  • Designed To Mounted On Your Bow
  • Remote Pressure Switch
  • Easy To Read LED Numerals
  • Class 1 & 3R Eye-Safe IR Laser
  • Spot and Continuous Scan Modes
  • Angle Compensation
  • Visible Alignment Laser
  • Battery Power Status Indicator
  • Runs on One CR2 Battery
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  • 1Description

Have an accurate range to your target, even while at full draw, with the Vendetta 2 Bow Rangefinder from Leupold. This rangefinder mounts securely to your bow and has a remote pressure switch that you place on the grip to give you readings while you are aiming. The back features easy to read LED numerals that display the range in yards, just inches above your sight. A class 1 and 3R eye-safe IR laser delivers both continuous and spot readings from 10 to 70 yards, which are automatically compensated for angle. A visible alignment laser is built-in, and lets you align the top pin of your sight for optimal performance in the field. Powered by one CR2 battery, an indicator comes on when power levels reach one quarter.

Bow Mounting
  • Can be installed on either side to accommodate right or left handed archers
  • Adjustments for windage and elevation
  • Must be zeroed to the top pin of your sight
  • Visible laser for aligning with sight
  • Remote pressure switch mounts near grip
  • Can also be mounted on a crossbow scope
  • Use and Handling
  • Remote pressure switch initiates readings
  • Minimum range: 10 yards
  • Maximum range: 70 yards
  • Spot and continuous-scan modes
  • Runs on one included CR2 battery
  • Low power indicator
  • UPC: 030317008376
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    Leupold Vendetta 2 Bow Rangefinder
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Laser Type Class 1 and 3R eye-safe IR
    Metering Range 10-70 yd / 9.1-64 m
    Power Source 1 x CR2 Battery, 3V
    Dimensions 3.8 x 2.8 x 1.3" / 9.7 x 7.1 x 3.3 cm
    Weight 10 oz / 283.5 g
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    Package Weight 1.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.1 x 4.8 x 4.2"
    Vendetta 2 Bow Rangefinder is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 10.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy trigger activation and very accurate I bought the vendetta last weekend and installed it per the instructions ,the mounting hardware provided is to short to piggy back on my spot hog sdp sight I purchased the proper hardware at the hardware store and finished the install. After the final adjustment Wich is a bit of a pain the unit works perfectly .the following day I went to the local range that has a walking course with up and down hill shots at various ranges this range finder did not disappoint. My only suggestion would be that I would like to see this unit range out to 100 yards. Thanks for a great product Leupold.
    Date published: 2016-08-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from great features I just bought it for my Tenpoint Venom and it work well with the bracket I bought on ebay. The one that comes with the rangefinder is for 1 inch scope and even if it was for 30mm it would have been to wide.
    Date published: 2016-09-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Difference Maker! The Vendetta 2 is probably the best accessory you can put on your bow. Fairly easy to install and accurate, the Vendetta 2 eliminates unnecessary movement needed to operate a handheld rangefinder. I love it!!!!!
    Date published: 2016-09-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent product but had securing adjustment. An excellent product with only one fault. I was unable to adequately secure the device once it was adjusted to run the laser parallel to the line of sight. I tightened it as best I could but even so I could induce a very slight movement in the device even after setup. Suitable for the advertised effective range but I'm very particular. And perhaps I did something incorrectly. Thus the 4-star rating. One of the reviews on this page questions whether or not this is an ethical device. My opinion is that it helps insure a clean ethical humane harvest because it decreases the amount of movement it take to obtain an accurate range. And that's what's important to me. If you want to not do everything you can to insure a humane harvest that's your call. But don't presume then that you know what is ethical and what is not ethical - that's not your call.
    Date published: 2017-01-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Vendetta 2 instructions In your installation instructions it would probable be helpful for future customers when discussing how to calculate the offsets to follow the wording in the instructions "and the center of the top pin of your sight " with "or the center of your scopes reticle" for people using the Vendetta 2 for crossbow applications.
    Date published: 2017-03-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use I mounted this on my Bowtech last year. I absolutely love it. Dead accurate, reliable, weatherproof, and doesn't interfere with my my or arrow. Only thing... I wish there was a better way to mount the trigger.
    Date published: 2017-08-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome piece of kit Great warranty and great product..can Highly recommend. Hard to go without it. Reliable product, I'd put my name on it.
    Date published: 2018-03-25
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Technology but.... You know guys...at some point ...you gotta wonder when a weapon becomes more than primitive. I mean ...we've gone from traditional and recurve bows to compound bows -a huge leap which I think has been better for hunter and hunted alike for more reasons than I can count. We've seen improvements in sights, rests, stabilizers, strings, releases, etc...to improve accuracy. But this technology, it seems to me, just takes us a little over the "fair chase" line. I use my Leupold handheld rangefinder, although I'm fairly good at judging distance(I practice that), mainly b/c I hunt multiple stands and for long distance rifle hunting out west. I range points ahead of time and review them while in the tree as do most hunters. So its up to me at that point to decide on the shot when the deer comes in. That seems fair, but I guess each to his own. I also think it could be a negative in that it will add weight to your bow, just like that camera you already have mounted on it (ha-ha). I'm just saying, at some point enough is enough! Think about it! Georgia Boy
    Date published: 2016-09-14
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