GPO Introduces RangeTracker 1800 Rangefinder

Allows hunters to range targets out to 1,800 yards with one of the fastest laser systems on the market.

GPO Introduces RangeTracker 1800 Rangefinder

RangeTracker 1800 Rangefinder. (Photo courtesy of GPO)

From press release

German Precision Optics (GPO) USA announces the introduction of the new compact, lightweight, one-handed RangeTracker 1800 Rangefinder.

The new 6x RangeTracker 1800 allows the hunter to accurately range its target out to 1800 yards with one of the fastest laser range-finding systems on the market.

The GPO RangeTracker 1800 handheld rangefinder uses state-of-the-art optical and electronic technology, inside a small durable multi-use rangefinding tool — for both long-range rifle hunting (up to 1800 yards) and close archery usage (6 yards.)


Key features: high-transmission optical system coated with GPO’s proprietary GPObright lens coatings, both line of sight and/or True-range adjusted angle distance readings; a Hyperscan feature that provides three readings per second; Targetseeker technology that offers “best” and “last” laser hits; an outside temperature reading in either Fahrenheit or Celsius.


The HLDC display allows up to 25 percent more light, making it effect for use in low-light conditions.

“We are excited to bring our laser rangefinding technology to the hunting markets,” said Mike Jensen, GPO owner and CEO. “By using the very best designers, materials, manufacturing and quality control available in the world we very successfully launched rangefinders in the golf market last year. We anticipate our new RangeTracker for the hunting market to be even more successful.”

Specifications

  • Magnification: 6x
  • Field of view (feet at 1000 yards): 132
  • Obj. Dia.: 20mm
  • Ocular Dia.: 25mm
  • Exit pupil Dia.: 3.3mm
  • Eye Relief:16 mm
  • Diopter adjustment range: 3
  • Prism Type: Roof
  • Height without covers: 3 in
  • Width fully extended: 1.3 in.
  • Length at outside dia.: 3.7 in.
  • Weight without covers: 5.2 ounces
  • Range Mex reflective/solid target: 1800 yards
  • Range Maximum tree: 700 yards
  • Range Maximum Deer: 700 yards
  • Minimum Range: 6 yards
  • Laser response time: 0.33 seconds
  • Retail price: $399.99

For more info: 1-844-MY-BINOS (692-4667); www.gpo-usa.com


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