Leupold RX-2800 TBR/W Laser Rangefinder

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goHUNT Highlights

  • Never guess how far away the animal is with the new RX-2800 TBR
  • Built for the long-distance hunter, early season bowhunter, or anyone in between
  • This rangefinder can even account for the wind

Manufacturer Highlights

  • Farthest ranging rangefinder from Leupold, out to 1,100 yards on deer or 2,800 on reflective targets
  • 7x magnification helps you identify your target for those longer shots
  • True Ballistic Range, angle compensation, and wind correction data help you make your first shot count
  • Warranty - Limited 2-year

The latest long-range rifles and ammunition go farther than ever. The RX®-2800 TBR/W goes way, way out there, too. Powered by Alpha IQ, it ranges farther, faster, and more accurately than any other monocular you can carry. At 7x, it’s also the most powerful Leupold monocular, with the optical performance you need to pick out distant game.

TBR/W technology takes into account the angle of your shot and your rifle's ballistics to put you dead on. Line-of-sight measurements won't put you on target and any other rangefinder won't give you accurate ranges because they use basic trigonometry to calculate the distances instead of true ballistics. TBR/W is also the easiest way to account for wind out to distances of 800 yards. It generates a hold point for a 10-mph wind at a 90 degree angle to your direction of aim.

Range Reflective 2800 yards
Range Deer 1100 yards
Magnification 7x
Objective Lens Diameter 23 mm
Field of View @ 1000yrds 318'
Weight 7.9 oz
Dimensions 4.4" x 2.9" x 1.5"
Weatherproofing Waterproof
Manufacturer Warranty Two year

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Michael Ellis
Actually ranges as far as it says it will

I bought this rangefinder because my former rangefinder had trouble getting reliable ranges in less than ideal situations (only about half of what its stated limits were). My old rangefinder would also take a long time to return values sometimes.

This Leupold rangefinder has not failed me yet. I was on a hunt recently, and easily ranged some moose at 1200 yards. None of my buddies were able to get close to that with their rangefinders. I've also been able to range hard surfaces out to 2500 yards or more. I'm impressed that Leupold's stated limits actually apply in the field.

I get reliable ranges off bushes, trees, rocks, and even grassy hills out as far as I would ever need. The rangefinder is also impressively fast at returning values.

The only downside to this ranger for me is that it's larger than many other models, so it doesn't fit well in many aftermarket rangefinder holsters.

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