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Prostaff 1000 and 1000i

(8 customer reviews)

$169.29$172.38

  • make certain this suits by means of getting into your version variety.
  • tru-target era permits you to pick among first and distant target precedence modes relying at the scenario
  • high nice 6x monocular
  • press and keep the electricity button to prompt the continuous size characteristic (up to 8 seconds)
  • multilayer coating is implemented to 1 or greater lens and prism surfaces
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accuracy, consistency & fee

the prostaff 1000 6×20 laser rangefinder places a stable 1,000-backyard maximum ranging capability into your hand, together with compact ergonomics to be able to healthy your pocket.

capabilities and generation engineered for better looking

the 6x optical system and lens coating technology makes seeing—and ranging—deer out to six hundred yards a fact,

pick out among two distinctive ranging modes depending at the situation. First target priority mode lets in you to range an item as small as a fence submit whilst remote goal precedence mode displays the range of the farthest target among a collection of goals measured.

the prostaff thousands rainproof creation allows you think about searching––as opposed to the weather.

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8 reviews for Prostaff 1000 and 1000i

  1. Leon S

    The rangefinder works for reasonably short ranging like 100 yards. I found that a large hard surface would range. However, I had to be extremely steady to capture the yardage on small items (like a tree or the neighbors sheep). Most the time I found the rangefinder would not return a reading when out at 200 yards or greater. Examples – It would return a reading when aimed at the side of a barn ~400 yards; it would not return a reading on the sheep grazing by the same barn. It would not return a reading when focused on a tree (~9″ diameter) at the end of the clearing I was hunting (about 210 yards). I had to rest the range finder on a hard surface and focus on a very large tree (~2ft diameter) to get a reading. I still have the rangefinder and may give it to my grandson to play with – I’ve replaced it with a Leupold that I’m satisfied with. Read more

  2. BGreen

    I thought PROSTAFF 1000 was a replacement for the AL11. It’s not. Not even close. The PROSTAFF 1000 is cheaply made and only displays whole meters. If precision is important, pass on this unit. If you are expecting Nikon build quality, pass on this unit. In ideal use conditions (clear, bright sunny day) it works well at closer distances. UPDATE: January 2021 As I learned above, this is not a high precision device, but I assumed it was still accurate. Unfortunately, that has proven to be incorrect. Even in short distances — 18-50 m, the Prostaff 1000 is off by 4 m at 18 m and the error grows from there. This is ranging easy, reflective targets against a clean background. This is a cute toy, it is not a tool and it is not representative of the quality I formerly associated with the Nikon name. Read more

  3. Tomcat65

    There is no illumination, but if you hunt during daylight hours, the read-out is bold enough to see in most conditions. The angle compensation on the 1000i has been Spot-on every time. I’m easily ranging 300yds on 8″ steel targets. I don’t shoot anything farther, but it’s good to know whether it’s worth trying to call a target in closer. I’ve spent some time with it, out and about, ranging different objects just for fun, my longest ranging distance has been on open water, 1149yds to a tow boat. The average ranging distance for me, has been accurate on cows well past 600yds, deer and coyotes up to 500yds, turkeys within 300yds, flying geese up to 100yds. A tripod would likely extend that range, but of course it will be less in fog, rain, and snow. It’s a shame that Nikon wants to distance themselves from the shooting sports, their product performance is excellent in the field, and at the range. Read more

  4. Terry Jones

    Arrived ahead of time in excellent condition. have been using it out to 300 yards and it works great. Excellent range finder for the price. Read more

  5. Martin Otano

    I was excited about this item but it would not range more that 500 yards and is horrible in the woods! Read more

  6. RJP

    Has issues in snowing conditions. Read more

  7. Chez

    I bought the pro staff 1000i and typically use it for ranging up to 200 meters. It measures consistently and flawlessly. I’ve not used it to its fullest potential but it takes care of my ranging needs to determine best point of aim. Read more

  8. John

    The rangefinder does exactly what I need.It won’t work very well through glass or the mesh of a blind but besides that it’s a great rangefinder for the price👍 Read more

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