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Bushnell's Tour Z6 Laser Rangefinder - the most powerful yet
July 10, 2012

Bushnell the No. 1 laser rangefinder on the PGA Tour*, has introduced its smallest, most technically advanced golf laser rangefinder – theTour Z6.

Ultra-compact and more powerful than ever, theTour Z6 has been engineered with new Vivid Display Technology and E.S.P. technologies. The Tour Z6 offers optimal distance measuring performance with the look and feel of a fine precision instrument.

“At Bushnell, we continue to pride ourselves on offering advanced technologies to enhance our already industry-leading rangefinding products,” said Jordan Vermillion, Product Director at Bushnell. “It is so important for golfers to have precise measurements, and the all newTour Z6 offers that and more. We’re excited to be able to provide consumers with the fastest and most accurate measurements to enhance their game. TheTour Z6 combines the technological advancements of Vivid Display Technology, E.S.P. and PinSeeker into the smallest golf laser rangefinder Bushnell has ever developed.”

Created specifically for Bushnell’s premium rangefinders, Vivid Display Technology is an optical enhancement which improves contrast, clarity and light transmission dramatically for enhanced use. The brightness of the digital readout information has also been increased, providing rapid, positive yardage acquisition in all lighting conditions.

Also new to theTour Z6 is E.S.P technology – Extreme. Speed. Precision. E.S.P. provides yardage faster and more accurately than ever before. Not only has the acquisition speed been increased to a lightning fast level, E.S.P. provides ½ yard/metre accuracy from 5-125 yards / 5-115 metres, and the distance is displayed to 1/10th of a yard/metre.

As with all Bushnell rangefinders, theTour Z6 provides instantaneous measurements in yards and metres with incredible accuracy to any target on the course. TheTour Z6 boasts 5-1300 yards ranging performance, including 900 yards to trees and 450+ yards to the flag and is legal for tournament play (all Bushnell laser rangefinder models, except the Bushnell Pro 1M Slope Edition and Bushnell Tour V2 Slope Edition, are legal to use when USGA rule 14-3/.05 is in effect).

Product features include (click image to enlarge):
• PinSeeker Technology to zero in on the flag
• Up to ½ yard/metre accuracy between 5 yards/metres and 115 yards/metres
• 5 yards/metres-1300 yards/1200 metres ranging performance (450+ yards to a flag)
• Vivid Display Technology (VDT) for all lighting conditions (4 settings)
• E.S.P. (Extreme. Speed. Precision.)
• 6x Magnification (objects appear 6x closer)
• Premium lens coatings for superb optical quality
• Adjustable diopter setting
• Rubber armored metal housing
• Posi-Thread Battery Door
• Waterproof (IPX7) and RainGuard HD lens coating
• 3-Volt Battery and Premium Carry Case are also included
• Dimensions: 1.4’’ x 3’’ x 4.1’’/ 35x76x104mm
• Weight: 8 oz. / 226g

TheTour Z6 will be available at Bushnell retailersfrom late July, at a recomended retail price of £349.

For more information on the Bushnell family of rangefinders, visit the company’s website at

* Research data provided in 2012 by the Darrell Survey Co, the golf industry’s official equipment tracking authority.

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