How To Find Your Size

The key to accurate distance readings with the OurRanger is getting a size that fits you. We have three different sizes so every player can enjoy accurate measurements.
What To Measure

To know what size to get you need to know the distance from your eye to your hand when in measuring position.

Check the link below to find out why the OurRanger is the only analog rangefinder on the market that gives accurate distance readings, thanks to our patent-pending sizing system.


How To Measure

All you need to do is get into the same position as when you're using an OurRanger and take the distance from your eye to your thumb.

Check out this video to see how you can measure yourself. All you need is a ruler stick or band.


Here are some tips to make your sizing as accurate as possible:

Some people like to have both feet pointing at the basket, some like to turn completely sideways and some do a mix of both.
Don't overthink it, just imagine that you're walking up to your lie and check what kind of stance you're using.


Be sure to keep a straight arm and elbow. You don't need to force your elbow to full extension.

Just extend your arm in a relaxed way. That's the easiest one for you to replicate.

Hand Position

The best way to get the correct hand position for measuring is to take a credit card sized object (like a pic of your favorite pro player) and hold it out in front of you.

Size table

Select the appropriate size according to your measurements.
If you're right between two sizes we recommend getting the smaller one and pulling your hand a little closer to your eyes for best results.
Eye to hand distance in cm Eye to hand distance in inches Best Size
below 60 cm below 23.6″ Size 55
60 cm - 70 cm 23.6″ - 27.5″ Size 65
above 70 cm above 27.5″ Size 75

It's time to stop guessing and start parking.

Get your OurRanger now!