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Garmin Xero X1i 3.5x Crossbow Sight 010-02212-00

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The Garmin XERO X1i Rangefinding Scope was designed for use on crossbows and comes packed with features directly out of the box. This advanced optic is equipped with an integrated laser rangefinder and can accurately measure angle-compensated target distances up to 250 yards away. The XERO X1i also allows the user to create custom bolt profiles for more accurate shooting across a wide array of different setups. Other functions of the Garmin XERO X1i include the Laser Locate function, which marks where your shot was taken and sends the data to a compatible Garmin GPS device (sold separately). The user can then use this to create waypoints and help track downed game.In addition, the XERO X1i features a durable design to stand up to the worst possible conditions, and is outfitted with high-performance optics for superior visibility in low light conditions and excellent edge-to-edge clarity.

Features of the Garmin XERO X1i Rangefinding CrossBow Scope:

  • Integrated laser rangefinder - Provides instant, angle-compensated distance to targets up to 250 yards away
  • 3.5x magnification
  • Laser Locate feature - Pairs with compatible Garmin GPS device to show the target's exact location when the shot was taken
  • Precise aim points for multiple crossbow setups


  • Item ConditionNew
  • Scope Weight:30.4 oz.
  • Scope Length:6.2"
  • Magnification Range:3.5x
  • Scope Objective Diameter:32mm
  • Scope Tube Size / Mount:N/A
  • Turret Adjustment (Click Value):.5 MOA
  • Field of View:
  • Eye Relief:2.4"
  • Illuminated Reticle:Yes
  • Package IncludesXero X1i crossbow scope
    Wired standard length range finder trigger
    Lens covers
    microUSB cable
    2 AAA lithium batteries
  • Scope Finish:Black
  • Scope Turret Rotation:Counter Clockwise (CCW)
  • Product TypeBow Sight
  • UPC753759263898
  • MPN010-02212-00

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
December 25, 2023

In over 65 years, I have gone from no sights to this electronic sight. There is a short learning curve which becomes self-explanatory with the YouTube presentations done by Garmin, et al. The biggest issue is running the remote, so it presents itself at a point where you can go straight to the trigger with minimal movement. I placed this on a TenPoint Flatline 460 with the trigger routed along the left side of the sight, over, and down the outside of the right rail support, placing the pad just over the trigger for a right-handed shooter. Use small 4" UV zip ties. Initial setup is a bit confusing and there does not seem to be a "Go Back" option. No problem as you can go into the individual yardages and re-establish your zero, etc. I placed a "No Speed Limit" 18XL at 20 and a 24XL at 50 to tweak the sights. It is a lot of money; but worth the price if you've spent a lot of time bow-hunting with a rangefinder in one hand and a bow in the other attempting to make a tough shot. This is a great investment.

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August 26, 2023

JUST BUY IT!!!!! I tried to save money and buy the Burris but after 2 bad out of the box and all the time I wasted I finally paid the money and got a xero. Now that I’ve had hands on experience with both I can honestly say the garmin is worth every penny and I wish I had bought it to begin with. It is super easy to set up and operate it has the ability to give you mind blowing amounts of information about your shot or you can turn all that off and keep it simple. The glass quality is better and the electronics are faster and more accurate. I was worried about the fixed 3.5 power magnification but after I shot it out to 150 yards and could still hold a good group it’s not a concern for me anymore, it’s actually better than the Burris at 7x just because the glass is that much clearer. It’s just money it’s made to be spent!!! Buy the garmin you’ll be glad you did and you won’t be disappointed

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