Summary: Bought these to use for golf. They do not perform well. They cannot lock on to the flags on a regular basis. When they can, they are quite accurate. I would not recommend these for golf but hunters would probably find them very usueful.
Summary: The most difficult thing i have is getting the unit to sync up to my computer have downloaded and unistalled three times, i don't think this would be and issue if a cd would have came with it but overall i give it a three.
I picked up this unit for under $100.00 good for the price.
22 November 2011
Summary: The yardage pro work well, however if you hunt from a tree stand this device does not have the new ARC technology that compensated for a true reading form a tree to the ground. Spend the extra for one that does if you’re an above ground hunter. The battery door SUCKS, VERY POOR DESIGN. A piece of scotch tape will be needed to ensure you don’t loose it in the woods.
For ranges up to 150 yds, does the job. Not beyond, not near the 400 yds.
2 September 2011
Summary: This is a used range-finder. I have another backeast that I use for hunting whitetails. It works just fine in the close confines of whitetail woods. I bought this one to use hunting mulies amd pronghorn. The advertized range capabilities should be sufficient for my use, but the unit does not give me distances over 150 yds. Even a rocky hillside will not register at 300yds. Within its limitations it is fine.
GPS is OK software is below par, this below par is not good.
2 June 2011
Summary: The GPS is good but getting the program loaded on the computer is rediculous. I have a gateway and a HP . I have tried for a month to download the program with no luck on either computer. It will get to 99 percent and stop.