Nikon Monarch 2000 Laser Range Finder
- 6x monocular with multilayer coating
- Measurement range from 7.3-1,820m
- Single or continuous measurement in eight seconds
- Red OLED internal display
- Target priority switch system
- Distance Target Priority
- Diopter adjustment function
- Compact body design for comfortable holding
- Waterproof and rainproof
- Temperature tolerance from -10°C to +50°C
The Nikon Monarch 2000 Laser Range Finder sports an elastomer-covered body with solid designs. It can provide measurements of up to 1,820m/2,000 yd. It also has a red OLED internal display to quickly see the measurements. Meanwhile, its automatic adjustment function alters the display brightness based on the existing light intensity.
Meanwhile, the Monarch 2000's Hyper Read provides stable and speedy calculations regardless of the distance to the target in about 0.3 seconds. If it fails to measure the distance, the measurements will continue for about four seconds until results show up.
Also, ID Technology allows golfers to measure both Actual Distance and Horizontal Distance. The Monarch 2000 can also endure the weather due to its waterproof and fogproof structure. If you want to score better on a golf course, take this Nikon range finder with you and get accurate reads in every hole.
Product Features in Detail
First Target Priority and 8-Second Measurement
First Target Priority displays the range to the nearest target among the multiple results obtained. This assures that the measurement shown is the pin and not any objects in the background. For 8-second continuous measurement, press and hold down the Power button to activate the continuous measurement function. The rangefinder will continuously measure the range for approximately eight seconds.
This is useful when trying to find measurements of multiple or very small or thin objects, allowing you to know the distance to hazards, pins, mounds, and trees in one push and hold of the button. With this feature, you have the ability to scan across the green to easily pick out a flagstick from the background.
Distant Target Priority
The Distant Target Priority mode displays that of the farthest subject which is often useful in wooded areas
Featuring renowned Nikon glass & multicoating technology, for clear, high contrast views, Monarch 2000's 6-power monocular has eyeglass-friendly long eye relief and an adjustable diopter for tack-sharp focusing. It's also easier to take a peek because of its long eye relief design.
|Measurement range (actual distance)*||7.3-1,820m/8-2,000 yd.|
|Maximum measurement distance (reflective)*||1,820m/2,000 yd.|
|Maximum measurement distance (tree)*||1,090m/1,200 yd.|
|Maximum measurement distance (deer)*||1,000m/1,100 yd.|
|Distance display (increment)||Every 0.1m/yd.|
|Accuracy** (actual distance)||±0.50m/yd. (shorter than 700m/yd.)|
|±1.00m/yd. (700m/yd. and over, shorter than 1,000m/yd.)|
|±1.50m/yd. (1,000m/yd. and over)|
|Effective objective diameter (mm)||21|
|Actual field of view (°)||7.5|
|Exit pupil (mm)||3.5|
|Eye relief (mm)||18|
|Dimensions (LxHxW) (mm/inch)||96 x 74 x 42/3.8 x 2.9 x 1.7|
|Weight (excluding battery) (g/oz.)||175/6.1|
|Power source||CR2 lithium battery x 1 (DC 3V)|
|Auto power shut-off (after approx. 8 sec. unoperated)|
|Waterproof structure||Waterproof (up to 1m/3.3 ft. for 10 minutes), fogproof|
|Battery chamber is rainproof — JIS/IEC protection class 4 (IPX4) equivalent|
|(under Nikon's testing conditions)|
|Laser classification||IEC60825-1: Class 1M/Laser Product|
|FDA/21 CFR Part 1040.10: Class I Laser Product|
|Electromagnetic compatibility||FCC Part15 SubPartB class B, EU:EMC directive, AS/NZS, VCCI classB, CU TR 020, ICES-003|
Nikon 6x21 Monarch 2000 Laser Rangefinder