Inesis Golf 900 Rangefinder Review
What separates a good laser rangefinder from a bad one is how much trust and confidence the golfer places in the yardages the laser is giving you. That often comes down to how good the optics on the laser are and it must be said, having a high-quality laser can seriously improve your game, giving you an accurate reading on your yardage, thereby increasing the likelihood of you hitting your target.
For that reason, rangefinders (opens in new tab) are a very underrated piece of kit that can help players hit lower scores. But they can also be very expensive, with some top-spec models costing upwards of $300. Budget golf rangefinders are available, but they often tend not to deliver the same level of accuracy as high-end models on the market. But interestingly, we have found an exception to that rule in the Inesis Golf 900 rangefinder, which we had the pleasure of testing out on the golf course.
This laser retails at approximately $199, making it one of the cheaper rangefinders on the market. Truthfully, that made us a little skeptical about what the Inesis 900 could deliver. But we were pleasantly surprised when we put it through a series of tests against the premium Bushnell Tour V4 Shift rangefinder (opens in new tab) to see how it compared. The Tour V4 is a high-quality piece of kit which was one of the best and most reliable rangefinders on the market when it launched in 2017. And while there were some differences between the two models, the Inesis held its own against the much more expensive Bushnell laser. (opens in new tab)
The first thing we noticed about the Inesis was that it comes in a very sturdy case that was very well designed. You’ll also receive a cloth for cleaning the lens of the rangefinder, a CR2 lithium battery and a clip that will allow you to attach the laser to your bag. During our round, we had no issues retrieving the rangefinder from the case and never once felt like we were faffing around trying to…
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