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ニューコン レーザーレンジ LRM1500SPD

ニューコン レーザーレンジ LRM1500SPD
alaAverage 2.8

4 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of ニューコン レーザーレンジ LRM1500SPD. The average rating for this product is 2.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Binoculars for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 55/100.

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No measurements right out of box


I just bought it today, and it already doesnt work. The laser seems to work as it does set my radar detector off. But aiming at white object of any distance returns 4 dashes all the time, no speed or distance has been measured. I tried highly...


never worked

Sep, 2007

Consumer review (

Value high End Laser Rangefinder


The Newcon LRM 1500 laser rangefinder is easily the best value in high end laser rangefinders on the market today. I have the LRM 1500 and a Nikon Realtree GOLD. The Nikon is wonderful and has world class optics. The Newcon is also wonderful and while...

Not waterproof but VERY water resistant and well constructed

Great machine with all the bells and whistles

Apr, 2007

Consumer review (

avoid this rangefinder


took my new rangefinder out today and it doesn't work, period. and i can read a manual. called the customer service all day and while the line was always busy they do have a message that will put you in touch with exciting people. i'm going with a...

there are none

it flatout doesn't work

Jul, 2005

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Reach Out And Touch Someone


I use the NewCom LRM 1500SPD mainly for long-range shooting. I found it accurate and easy to use. Before I go into how far I was able to range different objects, a little info on using laser rangefinders. To get the most out of your rangefinder you...

Easy to use, accurate ranging

Skip the "speed" feature. It does not appear to be very accurate

Nov, 2003