The Laser Link Switch is the rangefinder for the golfer that wants everything.
All of the simplicity and ease-of-use of our QuickShot rangefinder is combined with the versatility and power of our Red Hot rangefinder to create the best of both worlds. It truly is the power of two rangefinders combined into one convenient device.
Two rangefinders in one – With the simple slide of a conveniently located toggle, the Laser Link Switch rangefinder changes instantly from QS Mode to RH Mode, or vice versa. The user can decide what they want – the easiest to use rangefinder in the world with QS Mode, or the power to do more with the RH Mode. - QS (QuickShot) Mode – Measures to Laser Link reflectors only. - RH (Red Hot) Mode – Measures to all targets on the golf course.
Laser Link Golf’s trademark pistol shape – Because this is not your typical binocular shaped laser rangefinder design, golfers find it more intuitive and easier to use. The pistol shape of Red Hot allows you to operate the product away from your face. What does this mean? There is no need to remove sunglasses, and no need to adjust your hat to measure your yardage. Sun damage is the #1 health concern for golfers, and almost all players now wear sunglasses and/or hats to help protect themselves from harmful UV rays.
Zero-In Alignment System (ZAS) – The Zero-In Alignment System is new to Laser Link rangefinders. The ZAS combines our unique red dot aiming reference with an alignment circle included on the forward lens of the rangefinder. Target acquisition is fast and simple, and measuring the distance to any target on the golf course is easier than ever.
Three yardage confirmation settings – Another aspect that adds to the ease of use of all Laser Link rangefinders. The feedback from the rangefinder lets you know you’ve received a yardage measurement and that you have the distance information you need to play your next shot. Audio Mode – Our standard “double-beep” signal. Silent Mode – Some players appreciate the quiet. Vibrate Mode – The unit will vibrate when a yardage is calculated. It’s quiet, but gives the player the feedback they want.
Measures in yards or meters.
Measures DISTANCE ONLY. This rangefinder conforms to USGA and R&A Rules. If a product measures slope, wind velocity, or any factor other than distance, it is not allowed for tournament play, AND it is not allowed for posting a handicap score (See USGA Handicap System Manual Decision 5-1f/2).