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Wildgame Innovations™ A.I. Laser Rangefinder

A $269.99 value!Powerful and accurate rangefinder with angle compensation technology+/- 1 yard accuracy up to 600 yards (reflective targets)A.I. angle technology - accurate distance measurement over all types of terrainNon-slip water resistant grip panels - waterproof constructionScan Mode - range multiple targets without reactivating laser each time6x magnificationComes with lens cloth, carry case, and lanyardRequires one CR2 Battery (Not included)Powerful and accurate, the Wildgame Innovations A.I. Laser Rangefinder pairs A.I. angle compensation technology with the ability to range several targets. Working on an incline or decline, Wildgame Innovations' A.I. angle technology accounts for distance and slope to the target, providing the most accurate distance measurement over all types of terrain. This easy-to-use rangefinder also features a scan mode, allowing you to actively range multiple targets without having to reactivate the laser for each target. Built for the long haul, the A.I. Laser Rangefinder features waterproof construction, non-slip grip panels, and easy two button operation. Boasting a 600 yard range, the A.I. boast 6x magnification to help you clearly see what you are ranging. Comes with a wrist lanyard, carrying case, lens cloth, and product info guide. Measurements accurate to +/- 1 yard. Weight: 8 oz. Size: 4.2'' x 3'' x 1.7''. Requires one CR2 Battery (Not included). Manufacturer model #: RHX/A700X.
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Questions & Answers for Wildgame Innovations Wildgame Innovations™ A.I. Laser Rangefinder

Question

Is it good in all weather conditions?

fog proof, rain,snow etc,
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
by
COLT6920
 - the orange state
on Wildgame Innovations™ A.I. Laser Rangefinder
4 answers
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answer 1
not that good in fog and rain due to low light conditions
answered 11 months ago
by
nonetogive
 - alabama
answer 2
I have used mine for over 2 seasons now. It has been exposed to very hot humid weather, rain, fog, sleet and down to 19 degrees, it has not failed me. I just came back from 3 days of hunting, it rained most of the time, had no problems ranging with it. I have not been in the snow with it so I can't say how well it would perform on snow covered objects.
answered 11 months ago
by
TBOA
 - Del Rio, Texas
answer 3
It holds its own in rain and snow, If you can see it in the fog you can range it. This is a good deal for such a great performing product!
Top 250 Contributor
Top 250 Contributor
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
by
IABOWHNTR
 - lakehurst, nj
answer 4
It does perform well in rain/snow...as far as fog, I can't speak from experience...most likely depends on how thick fog is, I don't believe any rangefinder would work too well in anything thick, but again I can't answer regarding fog performance...I can tell you this product is well worth the money!
Top 500 Contributor
Top 500 Contributor
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
by
Spyderman07
 - PA
Question

What is the difference in this rangefinder and the Halo Z8X one? Which one is better?

asked 1 year, 1 month ago
by
nickname111
on Wildgame Innovations™ A.I. Laser Rangefinder
3 answers
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answer 1
I do not know anything about the Halo Z8X. I can say that the Wildgame Innovations laser range finder works wonderfully for me.
answered 11 months ago
by
TBOA
 - Del Rio, Texas
answer 2
The A.I stands for angle intelligence which is basically just meaning your camera calculates the angle automatically for you.

The Z8X is a 800yd rangefinder with the A.I. feature.

Thanks
Staff Answer
answered 1 year ago
by
BPSResource7
 - Springfield, MO
answer 3
If you haven't bought a Halo rangefinder yet I would say look for a different brand. When pressing the ranging button it made an audible click everytime it was used. Too much noise for bow hunting.
answered 1 year ago
by
mtgator
 - montana
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