Precision Pro NX7 Rangefinder Review

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The Precision Pro NX7 rangefinder is accurate and easy to use.  The best value in rangefinders if you don’t need slope.

Introduction

Last year, I was introduced to Precision Pro’s Nexus rangefinder and realized this new company was serious about providing quality distance measuring devices at an affordable price.  This year, they’ve upgraded the Nexus to the NX7, but maintained the same golfer-friendly prices.

Setup & Ease of Use

The NX7 Pro is very easy to use.  Push the power button to activate it, aim, push power again, and the distance displays on the screen.  One push of the Mode button switches between yards and meters.

As with the NX7 Pro, my one small complaint is the battery door.  It needs to be rotated numerous times to open or close it, and the cap is slightly recessed which can make it hard to manipulate.

Accuracy & Performance

What hasn’t changed from the Nexus to the NX7 is the most important thing: it’s still reliably accurate.

There are two major upgrades: a slimmer body and the new Target Acquisition Technology (TAG).  The change in the body is noticeable and welcome.  It’s slimmer and fits more comfortably in your hand.  TAG is the kind of tech that you don’t notice because it’s doing its job.  It ensures that the yardage you’re given is the one you want, not the yardage to the trees behind the flag.

To add even more value, Precision Pro has upgraded the warranty to two years (it was one year for the Nexus), and they’ll replace the battery for the life of the NX7.  Try finding another company doing that!

Value

The Precision Pro NX7 retails for $200 (support PluggedInGolf, buy it HERE).  If you want a laser without slope, this is easily the value king.  The lifetime battery replacement makes it even better.  If you want slope, it’s an extra $50 for the NX7 Pro.

Conclusion

There’s not much more to say about the Precision Pro NX7 rangefinder.  This is a rock solid, no frills laser that will serve you well without breaking your budget.

Buy the Precision Pro NX7 Rangefinder HERE

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Matt Saternus

Co-Founder, Editor In Chief at PluggedInGolf.com
Matt is a golf instructor, club fitter, and writer living in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. Matt's work has been published in Mulligan Magazine, Chicagoland Golf, South Florida Golf, and other golf media outlets. He's also been a featured speaker in the Online Golf Summit and is a member of Ultimate Golf Advantage's Faculty of Experts.

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6 Comments

  1. Richard A Yorke

    Not a thorough review.

  2. Jeff Hemphill

    I have been using the Pro version for about 5 weeks and it works well. It takes some getting used to with the acquisition button. The competition you hold the button until yardage is acquired, with this unit you push and let go after the cross appears.

    I still have to make sure the yards makes sense as I sometimes get a background object but this is rare.

    Overall I recommend the NX7 Pro to anyone looking for a laser regardless of price point.

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