Gogogo Pro GS-22 Laser Rangefinder

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Here are 2 reviews from genuine purchasers of this product:

Pleasantly Surprised

"Been looking at rangefinders for about a month trying to decide if getting one would really be an asset to my golf game. Considered getting a $200 one but that seemed like an unreasonable risk if I ended up not liking it or finding out it doesn't help my game. Found this one and decided I could do $90 and not feel bad if it was something I didn't end up liking/using. It's had great reviews so far so i went for it.

Really wasn't expecting much out of a $90 golf-rangefinder, but I've been pleasantly surprised with this product! For the price and function, you cannot beat it. Slope function works great, target accuracy is spot on, and the fact that it runs on AAA's is just a bonus (CR2's are pricey for a battery, but AAAs are cheap as dirt). Magnification is more than sufficient and very clear (adjust clarity by turning eyepiece); unless you've got it set up on a tripod, getting a good read on something beyond 150 is always going to be a little tricky, doesn't matter what rangefinder/brand you're using. My only unknown right now is the durability of it, but it does have a 12-month warranty on it so really no matter how you look at it this is totally worth a shot. (UPDATE: had it for a year, no issues. Still haven’t upgraded becuz this things has been GREAT!)

My suggestion if you're thinking about getting a rangefinder to help with golf: Get this one. For $90 its a chance to see if it really helps your game, and it functions well enough to really help you make a decision. This has really helped my game more than I expected and I didn't have to break the bank to do it.

GREAT product! Totally worth trying it out. A golf rangefinder that works THIS well at THIS price range: you can't go wrong! (3rd-year update: still going strong, and haven’t replaced it!)"

For golf, went above and beyond my expectations. Feature packed and is consistent and accurate

"I am an avid golfer. I have been using this for about 3 weeks now (roughly 5 times) and am very satisfied with it's performance. I also use a hip GPS and compare it to that and it is very close to spot on.

The manual is easy enough to follow, and the buttons are easy to use. I'm attaching two images taken from my phone (so ignore any black boarders, these do not appear in use). The pin seek feature is fantastic. I believe for tournaments you need to have the slope feature turned off though, and I'm not sure if that feature exists. If it does, I will update this review. Otherwise, you can just use Mode 1 (M1) and scan for a target.

Overall I am very pleased with this. It has gone above my expectations. A few of these reviews seem a little fishy (who points this at a building?), so I wanted to provide a real review. For golf use, 100% would purchase it again or as a gift for someone. Construction is solid and the vibration feature is great. I can use it easy enough with sunglasses, and the focus is easy to adjust with the rotating ring around the viewport.