The Breaking 80 golf rangefinder offers consistency and accuracy. Users can range flags at a distance of five hundred and fifty yards and it doesn’t have to use prisms or reflectors. The innovative compact ergonomic design offers a 6x magnification and is super comfortable and easy to use.

Using this device out on the green is actually pretty fun. It may be tricky to navigate through the menu during the first couple of uses, but the design and layout really are pretty intuitive. If you’ve never used a golf rangefinder before, you’ll have a blast using one of the dual modes to test out just how accurate this device really is.

Golf Rangefinder by Breaking 80 Overview and Features

Golf rangefinders continue to be the go-to devices for both beginner and seasoned golfers. Breaking 80 is a company that continues to bring consumers exceptional rangefinders that are designed with ease of use and functionality in mind.

This model utilizes advanced pinsensor technology that makes the rangefinder highly accurate even when measuring overlapping objects. The rangefinder is also water resistant, but cannot be submerged in water.

You can use the single mode for flag seeking or the continuous measurement mode, which is the scan mode. Scan times aren’t as impressive as you’d expect, especially if you’re in a heavily populated area.

This device also comes with a lifetime warranty. If your device breaks or becomes damaged after the one year warranty period, the manufacturer will replace it or repair it for you. During the first two months of use, you can also take advantage of the money back guarantee.

Considered superbly accurate, easy to use, this rangefinder is actually one of the most durable models on the market. The manufacturer has totally revamped their rangefinder design and produced a model that’s also more ergonomic and functional.

Cheaper rangefinders are often made with 4x magnification, so it came as a surprise that this model features an impressive 6x magnification, which is what you’ll commonly find on higher priced models. Users will also enjoy the twenty-four-millimeter objective diameter lens that offers improved visibility. Most golfers can agree that this device comes with the type of optic specs that you’d typically pay an additional two hundred dollars for.

Golf Rangefinder Pros and Cons

Breaking 80 Golf RangefinderPros: We were really impressed with the quality of the Breaking 80 rangefinder. The measurements it provides are very accurate, taking the guesswork out of your next shot. When using this model, you’ll definitely see a major improvement in your scores in a short amount of time.

The dual mode provides users with the freedom to use the scan mode for up to eight seconds or use the flag seeking technology to focus on the target.

This model will allow you to magnify up to six times the size of an object, thanks to the multilayer coated mono lens. The rangefinder also provides excellent short range at five yards.

The pinsensor three software is probably the best feature this model offers. It allows you to locate the pin accurately and eliminates every obstacle in the background, focusing first on the target you choose.

With this rangefinder you won’t have to worry about protecting it from rain, thanks to the thick water resistant casing.

The device features an excellent quality LCD screen that allows you to take measurements in any type of lighting conditions. The high-quality screen means improved readability.

Of course, accuracy is one of the main characteristics that a golfer looks for in a laser rangefinder. With this device, you won’t have to worry about getting measurements that are far off the mark. The device maintains the accuracy for distances with an impressive range that’s actually much longer than what most models in this price range offer.

This device can be used in most tournaments in America, however, we still recommend consulting tournament rules beforehand.

The lifetime warranty gives consumers confidence that the manufacturer has created a product they believe in. As does the sixty-day money back guarantee.

Cons: When compared to higher priced models, the features on this device seem somewhat limited. However, it still offers better functionality than other rangefinders in this price range. When measuring the distance, it doesn’t adjust for slope, so you won’t get the same type of accuracy that you would from a rangefinder equipped with the slope measuring capability.

If you’ve ever used a higher priced golf rangefinder, then you may notice that this model takes slightly longer to return results. Ultimately, this doesn’t take away from the rangefinder’s overall functionality or ease of use.

Although this design includes decent eyepiece durability and lens protection, it only has manual focus adjustment.

There have been some consumer complaints about inaccurate distance readings, however, we have found that these inaccurate readings are actually due to user error. Getting the most out of these features means knowing how to use this model to its full potential. To correctly use the pinsensor feature using the first target priority mode, you’ll first need to aim the crosshairs to the background, holding down the firing button, in order to receive a reading for objects in the background. Without releasing the button, the device should be directed over to the pin to get an instant distance reading. Even if you move the device away from the flag this won’t change the reading because it will display the distance reading for the nearest object. If you still have trouble with reading accuracy we recommend contacting the customer support team for help with troubleshooting issues.

Golf Rangefinder Conclusion and Rating

This is a rangefinder that offers a little something for everyone. The dual mode technology, high accuracy, and ease of use allow users of all skill levels to take advantage of this lower priced model. Truly, it offers the perfect blend of basic and must-have extra features. Consumers who purchased this model gave it a rating of four and a half out of five stars for ease of use, pricing, ergonomic design, and overall quality.