Callaway 300 Review

By July 26, 2016Sporting Goods
Callaway 300 Laser Rangefinder W: Power Pack

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Callaway 300 Laser Rangefinder W/ Power Pack

$210.00
Callaway 300 Laser Rangefinder W/ Power Pack
9.1

Ease of Use

9.1/10

Design

8.8/10

Special Features

9.5/10

Durability

9.1/10

The Good

  • Ergonomic Feel
  • Readability
  • Intuitive Design
  • Add-Ons

The Bad

  • Reliability

Ergonomic Feel: The Callaway 300 is designed with the golfer in mind – the company has been one of the leaders within the sport for many years. This product is as ergonomic as it gets, as it’s compact, has easy-to-grip ridges and is light enough to keep in your front pocket.
Readability: The average golfer isn’t going to be hitting the green on every approach shot, but with this device, they’ll at least know where to aim! With a regular scan mode and a pin seeking option, you’re going to be gauging distances like a well-trained engineer in no time.
Intuitive Design: Callaway knows that golfers want to focus on their swing and timing and not on their rangefinder device. Therefore, they’ve included only options or settings that’ll add to your golfing experience – there aren’t unnecessary or complicated functions on this rangefinder.
Add-Ons: This model comes with a premium carrying case, divot-repair tools, top-of-the-line golf balls, extra batteries and a brand name that means something in the golf world. The actual rangefinder has unique and useful functions like pin acquisition technology and the ability to target multiple distances at once.
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Reliability: The downside to the Callaway 300 is that the company’s rangefinder products are relatively new. The battery life tends to fluctuate and sometimes the devices will stop working after continuous use.
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David D.

About David D.

David D. was an all-star athlete in high school and has been passionate about sports his entire life. Long after he hung up his cleats, he shifted focus to the outdoors, becoming a hiking guide and a fishing instructor. If it’s a product that’s used in any type of exercise, he’s probably given it a try at some point.