Summary: I like the range finder in all functional ways EXCEPT the battery only lasts about three weeks - and, it goes dead even if the rangefinder is not being used. Have been through three batteries in two months. Have same range finder at our second home and have no battery problem.
Summary: The battery used in this unit is a 3 volt lithium camera battery. It lasts about 20 rounds, and costs about $10. That's about $60 a year for me. I know 8 people who have this unit and they all have the same problem. This is a design defect.
Summary: I've had the V2 for only four months and suddenly the tens digit on the distance read-out is only displaying half of the LCD character for the number. For distances under 100 yards it's impossible to guess the range. A new battery doesn't resolve this problem.
Summary: My Tour V2 stopped working about a year after I purchased it. I sent it back to Bushnell to have it repaired or replaced under the 2 year warranty. They told me my rangefinder had been dropped and was damaged on one side and they could not fix it but they would sell me a new one.
Summary: I bought a brand new Bushnell Rangefinder Tour V2 for close to $300 3 months ago. I took great care of the device and stored it in a waterproof bag in between every use. For some reason the device stopped working a month ago midway through golf season.
Summary: When my Bushnell Tour V2 was working properly it was just great. Then suddenly, the readings are about 10% low. My friend has one and his readings remain accurate. So I go on the Bushnell web site. No help in solving the problem - very little tech support info. So I called them.
Summary: I just recieved my Tour V2 rangefinder and was extremely eager to use it.The product came just in time for a golf outing at a local resort that I had not played before. Out of the box the middle numbers of the display did not illuminate.