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Golf GPS Review shows Shotmiser is ‘Best Value’ GPS

1.21am 16th November 2011 - Media - This story was updated on Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

The Shotmiser G700 Golf GPS has been reviewed and tested by the UK`s best selling golf magazine Today`s Golfer. The golf GPS review voted the Shotmiser G700 to be the “Best value GPS”.

The panel, which included David Conner the Equipment Editor at Today`s Golfer had eight of the top GPS units to test which included five different categories with one of them being the best value for money with the Shotmiser golf GPS winning by a clear margin.

The testers also commented that the depth of functionality and information was one of the best. Also the screen is large, clear and easy to decipher and its touch screen was among the best. Plus you could get a yardage to any point by tapping the relevant part of the screen which is crystal clear.

David Conner said: “The G700 really did show up very positively in the test and in my mind it is still one of my favourites, if not my favourite, on the market”

The Verdict from Today`s Golfer was: “Great Unit, great screen and at £249.00 a fantastic price”

Sales Manager at Shotmiser Mike Lloyd said “We are delighted with the results of the test, we regularly get great golf gps reviews from our customers, it’s nice to get the recognition from Today’s Golfer. We like to listen to our customers and continually look to make improvements not just to the hardware but also the software.

“This year alone we introduced the G700 as we had lots of requests for bigger, easier to see numbers, we have added a practice facility, PWP Technology (Personal Way Points) and have lots of other projects on going and planned for the rest of 2011 and into 2012 which all helps to making the Shotmiser G700 Golf GPS the best value for money GPS available today.”

Shotmiser Golf GPS www.shotmiser.com

 

       

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