Nikon Announces Arrow ID 5000 Laser Rangefinder

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posted on September 2, 2014

Nikon has announced the release of its new Arrow ID 5000 Laser Rangefinder, a new tool that's been designed exclusively with the world's bowhunters in mind.

The Arrow ID 5000 incorporates Nikon's advanced ID (incline/decline) Technology, allowing bowhunters to range horizontal distance to targets from a treestand or in steep terrain with the same ease as ranging over flat ground. Hunters can aim, activate the rangefinder and plan their shot according to the displayed distance. The rangefinder displays only one number: the correct distance needed to make the shot.

Tru-Target Technology is also included out of the box. The Arrow ID 5000 will allow hunters to select between first target priority mode and distant target priority mode. First target priority mode displays the distance of the closest subject, while distant target priority mode displays the range of the farthest target among a group of targets measured. The screen displays ranges speedy in .1-yard increments.

The rangefinder features Nikon’s legendary multicoated optics, waterproof/fogproof ruggedness and pocket-sized portability. The Nikon Arrow ID 5000 also features long eye relief, an adjustable diopter and 6x, bright, multicoated optics. It will ship with an MSRP of $279.99.

For more information, go to NikonSportOptics.com.

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