2011 PURE MAX 1
2012 ANSWER SNOW
2013 PULSE MAX 1
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Thanks for the info Joe. Sounds like a good improvement.
Lieca, Ziess and the other high dollar units are nice, but not needed for my type of hunting. Range finder optics are not a priority. I use bino's for glassing, not my range finder. As long as I can see the object to get a reading, that is all that is important. I carry and use 10X bino's, so 4x or 6x on a range finder means very little. Besides, trying to hold a small range finder steady with one hand with too much magnification gets pretty tuff when ranging an object. When hunting, I don't start ranging critters until I am under 100 yards, and at that distance, about any optic is clear. For me, spending high dollars on a range finder for the superior lens is money down the toilet. I'd rather have the high dollar bino's. Maybe when my ship comes in, I will be able to afford all that champaign instead just beer. Until then, my diet is water.
2011 Pure Sno AT 29/60
I am looking at these RF's as well. Talked to Leupold about them and asked about the "weatherproof" definition. They said they could handle the rain but are not "waterproof". Kind of a deal breaker for me. Not that I'd take them swimming but I would worry they could fog. Also, they are made in CHINA! Guess my Leica CRF 900 will have to suffice for a bit longer.