Bushnell NEO-ION-Charcoal and Black GPS-Rangefinder Review

    Bushnell NEO-ION-Charcoal and Black GPS-Rangefinder Review




    The Bushnell NEO-ION GPS-Rangefinder is basically a GPS watch which retails for $199 (MSRP) and it's the thinnest and also the lightest golf watch built by the company. The new Bushnell NEO-ION GPS-Rangefinder is available in various colorways and its main feature is that it comes preloaded with more than thirty thousand international courses, in over thirty countries. Also, the Bushnell NEO-ION GPS-Rangefinder will help you to keep track of your exercise during a golf-round via its step counter, being more than a GPS range-finder, but a close-friend and a personal trainer on the turf.

    The Bushnell NEO-ION GPS-Rangefinder features in a sleek and comfy design, and boasts a long battery life. Other things worth mentioning include instant course recognition, auto hole advance, shot distance calculator, hazard/layup distances (up to four per hole), distance traveled info, round time, an odometer and I must mention the brand new charging clip. Also, the Bushnell NEO-ION GPS-Rangefinder has enough juice to last you more than 3 full rounds between charges. Another great characteristic of the Bushnell NEO-ION GPS-Rangefinder is that once you pay for it, you'll never have to spend additional money in the future for pesky downloads and/or hidden membership fees. The Bushnell NEO-ION GPS-Rangefinder is designed with a sleek and ergonomic dual injected silicon sports band and an comes with an USB charging cable included in the package. The USB cable can be also used for syncing your GPS watch with your smartphone or laptop, for updating your device with the latest maps if required (free of charge).