Adding new features to something does not always equal improvement, especially if what you are improving is already an excellent product. Case in point, the critically acclaimed Bushnell Tour V2 laser rangefinder. The Tour V2 is an outstanding rangefinder. In fact, most of the people that I talk to consider it to be the go to rangefinder in the Bushnell line. But the V2 is also yesterday in the market, and yesterday just doesn’t sell, especially when talking about technology. New and improved grabs dollars, provided the “improvements” are actually improvements.
Enter the Bushnell Tour V3 laser rangefinder. Right away by the numbering, we can see that the V3 is one better than the V2. Kidding aside, what does the change in the model number actually represent? Are there new features? Yes there are, but do they really make the V3 better than the V2? [READ MORE]