Product Announcement: New Vortex Laser Rangefinders

Tim C.
by Tim C.

Adding to their already expansive line of optics, Vortex has announced a trio of budget-friendly feature-packed laser rangefinders. These new Vortex laser rangefinders come in three flavors, Crossfire HD 1400, Diamondback HD 2000, and Viper HD 3000. Read on below for specs features.

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The Vortex laser rangefinders:

Crossfire HD 1400

If you’re on the hunt for the perfect go-to laser rangefinder for bow and rifle hunters alike, you’ve found it in the Crossfire™ HD 1400. The Crossfire™ HD 1400 has everything you need and nothing you don’t. With a 1,400-yard max range (750 on deer), you get plenty of power to range and, thanks to the HD optical system, you’ll have the power to pick apart any landscape. To match any hunting environment, the Crossfire™ HD 1400 has three target modes (Normal, First, Last) and two ranging modes (HCD and LOS). A red TOLED display keeps the readout clear in any lighting conditions and, at just 4.8 ounces, the Crossfire™ HD 1400 hunts hard and carries light.

  • Range Reflective (yards): 1400 yds
  • Range Tree (yards): 950 yds
  • Range Deer (yards): 750 yds
  • Accuracy: + / – 1 yard @ 100 yards
  • Max Angle Reading: + / – 89 degrees
  • Magnification: 5x
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 21 mm
  • Linear Field of View: 367 feet/1000 yards
  • Angular Field of View: 7 degrees
  • Eye Relief: 16 mm
  • Length: 4.0 inches
  • Width: 1.3 inches
  • Weight: 4.8 oz

Diamondback HD 2000

When your hunt means ranging big game at 1,000 yards and beyond, your laser rangefinder needs the horsepower to go long and the toughness to stand up to the field. The Diamondback™ HD 2000 laser rangefinder gives hunters 2,000 yards max range, and 1,400 yards on game. 7x magnification helps you see farther, and an HD optical system means you can pick apart the landscape and stay pinpointed on your quarry. The red OLED display stays clear in low light, and to match any hunting environment, the Diamondback™ HD 2000 has two target modes (Normal and Last), two ranging modes (HCD and LOS), and is tripod adaptable.

  • Range Reflective (yards): 2000 yds
  • Range Tree (yards): 1800 yds
  • Range Deer (yards): 1400 yds
  • Accuracy: + / – 1 yard @ 100 yards
  • Max Angle Reading: + / – 60 degrees
  • Magnification: 7x
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 24 mm
  • Linear Field of View: 335 feet/1000 yards
  • Angular Field of View: 6.4 degrees
  • Length: 4.1 inches
  • Width: 1.8 inches
  • Weight: 7.6 oz

Viper HD 3000

Open country or in tall timber, precision and speed mean the difference between filling your freezer and tag soup. The Viper® HD 3000 laser rangefinder gives you the tools to act quickly and confidently, with a 3,000-yard max range and a stunning HD optical system that lets you pinpoint big game faster at distance. Four target modes (Normal, First, Last, ELR) and two ranging modes (LOS, HCD) mean you get the flexibility to range any shot on any hunt, making the Viper® HD 3000 perfect for the treestand and the mountains.

Range Reflective (yards): 3000 yds
Range Tree (yards): 2300 yds
Range Deer (yards): 2000 yds
Accuracy: +/- 1 yard @100 yards
Max Angle Reading: +/- 89 degrees
Magnification: 7x
Objective Lens Diameter: 25 mm
Linear Field of View: 314 feet @ 1,000 yds
Angular Field of View: 6 degrees
Eye Relief: 15.5 mm
Length: 4.2 inches
Width: 1.7 inches
Weight: 9.1 oz

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As you can see, these Vortex laser rangefinders seem to pack a decent punch for the coin. Add in the “unlimited, unconditional, lifetime” warranty which makes these three new Vortex laser rangefinders look all the more tempting.

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Tim C.
Tim C.

Tim was introduced to shooting at a very young age and ever since then he's been obsessed with Firearms and target shooting. He's an active member of the TFBTV Discord and can often be found in the dark corners of small gun stores looking for long forgotten oddities.

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  • Gunsandrockets Gunsandrockets on Apr 30, 2022

    What is the MSRP?

  • Badger Jack Badger Jack on May 01, 2022

    Accuracy on +/- 3 FEET at 100 YARDS? With a kill zone of less than 6 inches on the average large game animal, that is not good enough for hunting, unless you are hunting Mac Trucks!! Vortex logo should read, "Pay More Get Less!"

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    • Andrew Andrew on May 02, 2022

      @Badger Jack 1% ranging error is irrelevant.