Beneath the snappy white and black housing of Leica's 7x24 Pinmaster II Pro Golf Laser Rangefinder is a powerful ranging computer that can give you a critical edge on the links. It all starts with a useful and versatile 7x24 monocular that allows you to see the lay of the land and pick out the path you want to play with confidence. It also ensures that when you go to measure your distances, that you're targeting the correct spot. Multiple lens and prism coatings ensure clear and bright high-contrast images with true color representation across the entire generous field of view.
The brain of the system is the combination of rangefinder and inclinometer. The IR laser measures distances up to 825 yards in as little as 0.85 seconds with two different modes: spot or scan. An integrated inclinometer measures the relative angle from you to your target and, using the specific trajectory of a golf ball, displays an adjusted distance for you to shoot for. This system, the Angle Compensated Distance (ACD), can be turned off for tournament or handicap rounds. Complementing the ACD system is Leica's First-Target Logic. This is a critical piece of technology that displays the distance to the closest target in the field of view so you can be sure that you're measuring the distance to the pin, and not the trees behind it. As with ACD, this feature can be turned off if prohibited by play regulations.
To withstand the rigors of weekends spent outside, the Pinmaster II's housing is crafted from a rugged carbon fiber reinforced plastic over a lightweight aluminum-alloy chassis. The entire device is sealed and waterproof to a depth of 3.3', and since it weighs in at just 7.8 ounces, it can be easily carried through 18 holes. A wide exit pupil and long eye-relief, combined with the fold-down rubber eyecups, ensures that you'll be able to comfortably use it all day.