Nikon Archer's Choice II Laser Rangefinder
Designed specifically for bowhunters, the Nikon« Archer's Choice II Rangefinder handles any hunting situation. The Archer's Choice II features ID (Incline/Decline) technology for angle compensation and uses multicoated optics that produce bright, sharp images. Its single button operation makes it simple to use and its LCD display contains LED illumination for an easy and clear view of your target.
Waterproof and fogproof, this Nikon« rangefinder includes a Silent Technology case in Realtree APG™ camo with a single motion lanyard so you can carry your optic with ease.
- ID (Incline/Decline) technology for angle compensation
- Enhanced ocular lens and bright, multicoated 6x optics
- Single button operation
- Waterproof and fogproof
- Easy-to-view, uncluttered LCD display with LED illumination
- Tru Target Technology
- Ultra-compact size
- Long eye relief
- Includes Silent Technology case in Realtree APG™ camo with single motion lanyard
- Model: 8394
- Magnification: 6x
- Measurement Range: 5-600 yds.
- Angular Field of View (Real): 7.5░
- Angular Field of View (Apparent): 43░
- Objective Diameter: 21mm
- Exit Pupil: 3.5mm
- Eye Relief: 18.3mm
- Increment Reading: .1 yds.
- Increment Reading in ID mode: .1 yds.
- Diopter Adjustment: +/-4░
- Power Source: 1 CR2 Lithium Battery
- Dimensions: 4.4"x 1.6"x 2.8"
- Weight: 5.8 oz.
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 21882446
Nikon Archer's Choice II Laser Rangefinder 4 4
Adjustments required Like several other rangefinders I have tried, this one will not work through mesh windows of hunting blinds even when in "distant priority mode". It will work if the mesh windows have larger than average holes though. The optics are very clear once you adjust the focus ring. I noticed if you adjust the focus ring to make the yardage display clearest, then the subject is not in focus and vice versa. The LED illumination of the yardage display was a disappointment. You have to adjust the focus ring if you turn on the illumination or everything will be really out of focus. The illumination is similar to a scope with an illuminated crosshair, but there is an orange haze created which intensifies with less sun light. I found myself constantly adjusting the focus ring to be able to use the illuminated yardage display. The mode button used to turn on the illuminated yardage display requires too much pressure to engage. When hunting in low light with dark undergrowth the illumination helps but it is rather annoying having to push the mode button every few seconds. December 19, 2014
a must have Every bow hunter needs one of these. Its ab must have in the woods and on the practice range . December 16, 2014
it works good Only issue I have had is it does not work in fog or rain very well. September 19, 2014
Pretty good I tinkered around with it in the yard while I was shooting my bow. Really haven't had it out in the field yet since our archery season don't start til October, so I really can't give a fair review as of yet. August 9, 2014
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