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Play a ‘COOLSHOT’ with Nikon in 2012

12.04am 23rd April 2012 - New Products - This story was updated on Saturday, April 21st, 2012

The new Nikon COOLSHOT is unveiled as the successor to the Multi Award Winning Nikon Laser Rangefinder 350G and further cements Nikon’s intentions in the Laser Rangefinder category.

The compact, lightweight, cool and ergonomic design gives golfers a very comfortable grip and an amazingly easy-to-use instant measurement, during critical situations on the course. The high-speed ranging system coupled with Nikon’s First Target Priority Mode enables quick measurement of the distance to the flag/object without any problem thanks to the industry’s unique 8 seconds continuous scanning function with one push of the button.

New to the COOLSHOT is the automatic light sensitive, LED illumination for clear viewing of the display in dark/grey conditions. The 6x magnification multicoated lenses and large ocular dioptre offer a wider field of view which ensures easy and immediate flag/object acquisition.

This COOLSHOT is fully waterproof and is rubberized on every impact zone making it extremely durable; this is supported by a 2 year FREE warranty and a 30 Day Risk Free Trial giving total piece of mind.

The COOLSHOT will be launched with a consumer promotion to win 1 of 40 pairs of Open Championship tickets which asks entrants to email info@yumax.co.uk with no more than 50 words about why they like their Nikon COOLSHOT starting the email with: ‘I like my Nikon COOLSHOT because…….’

Entries will then be posted on the Facebook page www.facebook.com/NikonGolfUK

The Nikon COOLSHOT is available for delivery in April 2012 with a RRP of £299.

Nikon Golf www.nikongolf.co.uk

       

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