Leupold RX1600i TBR/W 6x Laser Rangefinder

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  • Weight: 7.8 oz
  • Magnification: 6x
  • Range Distance: 1600 Yards
  • Linear FOV (ft/1000 yd) - High: 315
  • Eye Relief (mm) - High: 17
  • Width: 1.4"
  • Height: 3"
  • Minimum Range: 6 yards
  • Max Range - Reflective (yd): 1600
  • Max Range - Trees (yd): 1100
  • Max Range - Deer (yd): 1000
  • Manufacturer Warranty: Limited Lifetime Guarantee
  • Manufacturer Item Number: 173805
Product Description

The RX®-1600i TBR/W with DNA is a workhorse ready for any hunt. It delivers the farthest, most accurate ranging in its class — out to 1,600 yards — and uses our True Ballistic Range/Wind for greater first-shot success. It doesn’t matter if you’re carrying a rifle or a bow this season, you’ll want to carry an RX-1600i TBR/W, too.

Key Features:
  • Armor coated and rugged
  • DNA (Digitally Enhanced Accuracy)
  • Quick Setup Menu
  • CR2 Lithium Battery
  • Select from 3 different reticles: Plus Point™, Duplex, and Duplex with Plus Point
  • Built in Inclinometer
  • Fully Multicoated
  • Scan Mode (RX)
  • Trophy Scale (RX)
  • OLED Display
  • True Ballistic Range with Wind (TBR/W)


DNA (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy)

The next generation rangefinder engine with DNA (Digitally eNhanced Accuracy) delivers increased accuracy, speed and range.


Built-In Inclinometer (TBR Models Only)

The RX series rangefinders have a built-in inclinometer with TBR that can calculate the ballistic range to your target, then display it as a holdover aim point, an MOA adjustment, a Milliradian adjustment, or the equivalent horizontal distance.


Trophy Scale (RX)

Select RX models let you instantly and accurately judge the width and/or height of a target using the Trophy Scale feature. Once the baseline Trophy Scale value has been saved, the Trophy Scale bracketing system will automatically adjust to changing distances to the target. Trophy Scale™ lets you know if your target measures up.


OLED Display

Leupolds OLED display delivers more light to the users eye while also providing an extremely bright display with easy to read numbers and letters. This is important when trying to range smaller objects and objects far away. You can't range what you can't see.


True Ballistic Range with Wind (TBR/W)

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.