Halo Optics launches new, affordable XL600 rangefinder

Halo Optics delivers a new rangefinder, the Halo XL600, designed to offer hunters an affordable means to range targets.

The Halo XL600 provides accuracy up to +/- one yard with a maximum distance of out to 600 yards. Using 6x magnification, the Halo XL600 boasts an internal LCD display featuring reticle, battery status, mode setting, numerical display and units of measure.

The laser rangefinder offers dual models — standard and scan mode. Standard mode serves up a single distance reading with a push of a button. Scan mode, on the other hand, allows users to range multiple targets without the need to activate the laser per each target. The rangefinder also adds Angle Intelligence Technology into the mix which automatically compensates for slope.

The XL600 aims to provide an affordable laser rangefinder option. (Photo: Halo Optics)

Constructed with a water-resistant housing, the Halo XL600 is built to withstand the rigors of hunting in nearly any environment, according to the company.

“Regardless of how much practice one puts in at the range or the type of firearm, bow or crossbow one carries into the field, no variable plays a greater role in hunting success than knowing the distance to the target. For this reason, a quality laser rangefinder is one of the most important tools a hunter can carry into the field,” Halo Optics said in a press release. “Halo’s new XL600 laser rangefinder is packed with high-end performance features at a price that puts it well within range of any hunter.”

The Halo XL600 is priced at $119.

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