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|Package Weight||1.6 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||13.5 x 10.5 x 2.1"|
|Power Source||Two 1.5-volt "C" batteries|
|Dimensions||4.3 x 8.4 x 6.0" (109 x 213 x 152mm) WxHxD|
|Weight||1.19 lb (539 g)|
easy to use. I used it for vehicles in the range of 10-60 mph. seems to collect reliable data, although we dont have a reference instrument to calibrate
I just have to hold it up when a car's coming down the street in our residential area and the driver slows down!.
Well constructed and accurate! Sit in your yard and watch when your self rightious neighbors realize that they've been caught speeding and that your not going to put up with it any longer. Help protect your pets,the kids, and the old folks that walk the streets.
Testing this product with R/C aircraft,birds,cars and in controlled testing situations, it is very accurate. Highly recommended for the price, quality, and performance.
Product works great all the pitchers in the park we play at wants to know how fast they throw!
I purchased the Bushnell Velocity Speed Gun to track the pitching speed of my 16 year old grandson who is pitching around 80MPH. My first chance to use the Bushnell Velocity Speed Gun was this past weekend where he was in a tournament at Baylor University and it just happened they had a radar gun...
Excellent design and very easy to use
I live in a retirement village..The speed limit on the streets here is 20mph. Residents complain about the UPS, the garbage collector and the mailman's driving habits. Now for under $100 we know exactly how fast they are actually driving.
works just as expected and is provides accurate readings
No thrown baseballs to monitor, this time of year. However, my 11-year old grandson did a great evaluation for me. I watched him get reliable and accurate readings on birds flying overhead, a low-flying plane landing at our nearby airport, traffic on a busy blvd. (500 ft.