New LabRadar LX

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Labradar LX

Labradar was the first to introduce Doppler Radar to the shooting sports at an affordable price. Continuing with its innovation we are proud to introduce a new model, Labradar LX. The LX is a compact Doppler Chronograph that contains the latest technology including:
  • Long lasting battery
  • Heavy duty metal case
  • Compact Design
  • Accuracy +/- 0.1%
  • Bluetooth enabled for App use
  • Weapon mountable
  • Velocity range of 65 - 5,000 fps
  • Ultra bright LCD display
  • Include tripod
  • Provides SD, ES, AVE, Min, Max, PF, Ke and one downrange velocity,
  • MADE IN NORTH AMERICA
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I'm pretty happy with the garmin but I know some thing the LR has some elements that are still better.

So what would you pay for the functionality of the Garmin, but the features the LR has that is missing (mainly downrange BC and multiple strings in same data pull….only complaints I've seen).

I'm guessing it goes north of $750. Also be impressed if it's a user friendly and picks up stuff as good as the garmin.
 
I'm pretty happy with the garmin but I know some thing the LR has some elements that are still better.

So what would you pay for the functionality of the Garmin, but the features the LR has that is missing (mainly downrange BC and multiple strings in same data pull….only complaints I've seen).

I'm guessing it goes north of $750. Also be impressed if it's a user friendly and picks up stuff as good as the garmin.
Supposed to be 599$
 
Interesting that Labradar responded so quickly to the Garmin product. I look forward to hearing reports from the people that will be testing it. The Garmin product is going to be a tough act to follow.
 
Interesting that Labradar responded so quickly to the Garmin product. I look forward to hearing reports from the people that will be testing it. The Garmin product is going to be a tough act to follow.
Looks like they got off the post. SAD
 
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