The Bushnell Pro X7 JOLT Slope takes its place in 2014 as the top-of-the-line laser rangefinder from Bushnell, replacing the Bushnell Pro 1M Slope. The Bushnell Pro X7 retains the horizontally held form factor (and much the exact design) as well as the capabilities of the Pro 1M, and adds Bushnell’s “JOLT” feature (originally released in the Bushnell Pro V3 Slope) that provides vibrating bursts to indicate that the X7 has locked onto a target. The Pro X7 Slope, of course, returns slope-adjusted distances, and offers the next generation E.S.P. (“Extreme. Speed. Precision.”), that purports to provide yardages faster and more accurately than before. It still is the largest and heaviest laser rangefinder, with a price tag that will make some reconsider. But if you are looking for 7x magnification, this is the (only) way to go.
The majority of the features of the X7 will be familiar to those who know the Bushnell Pro 1M Slope, including Bushnell’s Vivid Display Technology (think red text and crosshair in the display), distances to ½ yard, range from 5 to 550+ yards, waterproof and with a 2 year warranty.
Ed note: score based on our review of the Bushnell Pro 1M Slope
A marketing video for your viewing delight: