Elk NetworkGear 101 – Leupold RX-1400i TBR/w Rangefinder

Gear 101 | June 23, 2021

With the release of the new RX-1400i TBR-W, Leupold now boasts the most versatile, feature-rich rangefinder in its class. 

Highlighting its capabilities is the proprietary DNA-ranging engine for lightning-fast, accurate ranges through its bright red display. The TBR-W moniker means it contains the True Ballistic Range/Wind feature which ballistically calculates ranges in MOA, or Holdover inches while accounting for extreme uphill and downhill shots.

Just remember – ballistic data is only as good as the shooter who utilizes it. Varying conditions like wind or cross-canyon shots can drastically affect any calculation. We personally witnessed fantastic results out to 500-yard shots at the range in calm to moderate wind conditions. 

5X magnification is the standard here with an exceptionally bright and clear image featuring a vivid, red TOLED display. TOLED stands for Transmissive Organic Light Emitting Diode.

If you’re also an archery hunter, the RX-1400i features BOW mode that gives you plus-or-minus 1-yard increments at inclines or declines while calculating equivalent horizontal range. In layman’s terms, it compensates for drastic angles. 

You don’t have to worry about the elements either, thanks to 100 percent waterproof, extreme climate-tested rubber armor that provides a secure grip. 

The best part? It’s incredibly affordable. It wasn’t long ago a rangefinder that could reliably reach out to 12-hundred-plus yards would cost the north of 500-dollars. Well, those days are gone. At only $199.99 the RX-1400i packs a batch of innovative features, all in the palm of your hand.

Learn more at: Leupold