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Eye to hand distance & sizes - read here for measurement instructions
|Eye to hand distance in cm
|Eye to hand distance in inches
|below 60 cm
|60 cm - 70 cm
|23.6″ - 27.5″
|above 70 cm
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.
Extend your arm like you did when taking measurements for your hand-eye-distance.
Find the hole that best matches the basket from band to bucket without the pole.
Nothing left to do ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
The OurRanger is not going to sit in its protective case in your bag, waiting for the one time you're actually going to use it.
The OurRanger is right where you need it. In your pocket or on your bag, ready anywhere and anytime.
Step 1: Hold a card in front of you at eye level. Be sure to extend your arm in a position you can replicate every time.
Step 2: Measure the distance from your dominant eye (the one you're aiming with) to the item on your hand. Check the table above for the correct size.
Check the link below for more detailed instructions.
The OurRanger helps you train your distance accuracy by providing super fast feedback on your shots.
It's time to really get to know your bag.
Great low tech rangefinder that fits in every bag.
Super simple yet very functional! Makes it easy to practice approach shots at 10m increments. I think that if you rotate the ranger to "portrait mode" then from the lower edge of the lowest "hole" to the upper edge of the middle hole will give you 10m to the basket, or C1 if I get the lingo correct.
Sin baterías y con distancias casi exactas que es suficiente para mí.
Got it shipped to Sweden within a couple of days, robust design and seems durable.
I brought this on the course and tested it against a few holes. It is pretty accurate. I had someone with a rangefinder check my measurements and I was within 5-10ft.
Pros: Small, lightweight, 90%+ accurate, solid design.
Cons: Cant measure distances to other objects.
If you want a finder that isn't big and bulky, expensive, takes batteries, and could break if you drop it...then get you a OurRanger!