A new versatile, compact, and affordable laser rangefinder is hitting the market this winter with Maven’s introduction of the CRF.1 rangefinder. The CRF.1 is made using the same quality technology as Maven’s premium RF series and features simple controls, three different reticle options, an automatic red/black adaptable display, as well as 2400-yards of ranging capabilities on reflective targets. The Maven CRF.1 is set to be the company’s latest offering for the mid-range laser rangefinder market perfect for hunters and precision rifle shooters alike.
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The New Maven CRF.1 Compact Laser Rangefinder
Dependable, solid, and powerful – this is the hallmark of the C Series. This series represents our mid-level line of optics, designed to fit your specific needs, delivered for a fraction of comparable spotting scope costs. Our modern sportsman inspired designs paired with the best available materials and state of the art technology create an uncompromising optic.
Includes wrist strap, preinstalled CR2 battery, and a double-layered microfiber storage bag.
The CRF.1 will also be tripod mountable for a more accurate ranging from static positions and like every other Maven product, will be sold directly to consumers from Maven meaning you’re getting a lot more value for the product by cutting out the middle man. The new Maven CRF.1 laser rangefinder will be priced at just $295 and will be available for order at the time of writing, just in time for the holiday season. For more information or to check out a comparison of the CRF.1 or the full operations manual for the Maven CRF.1 you can check out the product page here.
The CRF.1 allows us to fill a void in our product offering while providing customers a high-quality rangefinder at a heck of a price,” said Brendon Weaver, Co-Founder and Head of Design/Marketing for Maven. “It has many of the same features as the premium RF.1 model and is a great option for anyone, whether they’re in the field or on the range.