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Yard Range: 11-1200 yards
Magnification: 7X 25mm objective lens
Display Type: LCD/Black
Dimensions: 5.7″ x 1.8″ x 3.2″
Angle Compensation: No
Measuring System: Yards/Meters
Measuring Distance: Line of sight
Use: Bow Hunting, Rifle Shooting, Target Shooting
Nikon Monarch Gold Laser 1200 Team Realtree Review
The Nikon Monarch Team Realtree Laser 1200 sports a trendy finish that matches its impressive 1200 yard ranging distance that’s viewable with the selectable backlighting display feature. It’s fully waterproof and fogproof, has the Tru-Target Priority System, and 7X magnification for that extra detail.
This is one of Nikon optics top-of-the-line rangefinders that’ll give you fast, accurate, and sharp images and readings. Along with all the built-in innovative features that Nikon has to offer, the Team Realtree Laser 1200 also gives you that crisp 7X monocular, 25 mm objective diameter, and .5 yard increment readings.
It’s fair to say that this device has been decked out to the max. As far as popularity, the reviews so far are positive, it’s holding a near perfect rating since it’s hit the market.
- Selective target modes
- Fully waterproof
- LCD backlight
- 7X magnification
- RealTree Camo finish
- No angle compensation
Monarch Team Realtree Laser 1200 Q&A:
Nikon went “camo-ed” up with this super, high-tech rangefinder. You can get it in the realistic-looking HD hardwood green pattern that’s super convenient for when you’re out in the woods.
Besides it’ll probably match the camo outfit you’re trying to pull off while hunting. The other color keeps the same design but comes as a Monarch Gold scheme that’s still suitable for outdoor camouflage but still has something sharp about it.
You can definitely try it! What’s convenient and nice about the Monarch rangefinder is it’s tripod adaptable. If you have, use, or want to purchase a rifle scope mount, there’s no reason why your sharp, fast, and super-crisp rangefinder couldn’t take it’s place as your new scope.
Offering sharp 7X monocular magnification, you’ll be able to find more game no matter the weather and time of day outside. The 7X also allows you to better range during dusk to dawn hours than the 6X monocular rangefinders.
For the first 1000 yards you’ll get your readings in .5/1 yard increments. After 1000 yards your readings will be in 1 yard increments. This is a plus since you’ll be able to get accurate readings as much as possible. Despite this though, the minimum range is 11 yards which can be a negative to those wanting to range closer, but if you’re out rifle hunting, it shouldn’t be a big deal at all.
- Tru Target ranging system
- REALTREE Hardwoods Green HD camo
- 1/2 yard accurate increment readings
- Long eye-relief and 25 mm objective diameter
- Sharp 7X monocular magnification
- Can be mounted to tripod
- Waterproof/Fog-proof with water-resistant battery chamber
The aim of it is, the Nikon Monarch Gold Laser 1200 is an awesome unit for many field applications. With Tru Target technology, you can range close, beyond the brush, or scan. However, its most significant, notable feature is the backlight for ultimate readability anytime of the day or night and on any target.
Another noted Nikon rangefinder is the Prostaff 7i. It’s got an extra 100 yards of ranging distance, angle compensation, and ballistic tech as well. Even better news, it’s cheaper, so check it out for yourself.
But, if the finish of the RealTree rangefinder captivates you, then you might also be lured towards the Mossy Oak Leupold RX-1200i TBR with DNA (reviewed here). You’ll get ballistic info, an LED display, a built-in inclinometer, and DNA technology for supreme accuracy. You could also check out some of the other camo styled rangefinders we have reviewed here – https://www.targettamers.com/best-hunting-rangefinders/.
While Nikon does market some expensive gadgets, their technology is spot-on. And, spot-on accuracy is exactly what you need when ranging. Can you put a price on that?