Introducing the new 2021 Nikon COOLSHOT 50i golf laser rangefinder with a built-in mounting magnet plus slope readings when you need them and out of the way when you don't. Don't forget the DUAL LOCKED ON QUAKE feature for flagstick confirmation and the superior Nikon optics with continuous measurement for the easiest target lock in the game.
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With an innovative built-in mounting magnet, the COOLSHOT 50i safely connects to metal surfaces—your bag carrier or even your cart. Grab it. Use it. Stick it back on.
Fast and accurate measurements are comfortably visible within the bright, crystal-clear OLED display. Explore more options for your shots without slowing down your game.
Slope-adjustment when you want it.
Turn on ID (incline/decline) mode, and your distance will factor in slope, crucial for uphill and downhill shots. When slope must be off for competitive play, an onboard Actual Distance Indicator (ADI) LED signals compliance.
Oh, what a view.
Nikon has been a world leader in optics for more than 100 years. The COOLSHOT 50i uses a brilliant 6x power monocular with Nikon’s innovative anti-glare and high-contrast coatings, plus diopter adjustment to fine-tune for your vision.
Lock on to the flag.
Targeting the pin? DUAL LOCKED ON QUAKE flagstick confirmation technology gives a visual cue plus a gentle vibration to let you know you're measuring the pin.
Get the lay of the land.
Press and hold the power button for continuous measurement mode to see distances in real-time as you survey your surroundings (up to 8 seconds).
When slope-compensation is not allowed, the Actual Distance Indicator (ADI) LED tells your competition you’re not using the ID Technology mode.
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