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Leupold RX-2800 TBR/W Laser Rangefinder Black/Gray OLED Selectable 171910

SKU: 171910-Leupold

Leupold RX-2800 TBR/W Laser Rangefinder Black/Gray OLED Selectable 171910

SKU 171910-Leupold

List Price $599.99
Your Price $469.99
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The new RX-2800 TBR/W rangefinder breaks new ground. With a new engine and optical design, the RX-2800 lets you make the best of any situation. Whether dinging steel at a mile and a half, or closing distance on a herd of elk, Leupold has you covered.


  • Fully multi-coated lenses
  • Impact resistant polymer housing
  • Waterproof
  • Rubberized armor
  • High light transmission
  • +/- 1/2 yard accuracy


Item ConditionNew
Weight:7.3 oz.
Dimensions:4.3" L
Range:Up to 2800 yards
Monocular DetailsMagnification: 7x
Objective Aperature: 23
Eye Relief: 16mm
Linear FOV: 318 ft @ 1000 yards
Angular FOV: 6.3
Measurement UnitsYards
Battery TypeCR2 battery
Product TypeLaser Rangefinders


Reviews for Leupold RX-2800 TBR/W Laser Rangefinder Black/Gray OLED Selectable 171910

Average Rating

by on March 21, 2019

Purchased this in March 2019 and had a chance to use it out to known distances up to 3000 yards. The distances were done with a surveying setup. The RX2800 performed very well. We had several rangefinders out there and they all read something different, most were very close at the extended ranges. 2000 yards and in, this thing was spot on. Not saying it wasn't on past 2000 yards it was just very hard to get a consistent reading, even on a tripod. Lighting conditions have some input on that as well. I really like it though, I think it's fantastic for the money.

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by on June 14, 2020

This unit has met my needs for reliable ranging on discreet targets and landforms beyond 1000 yards. I've had good return from a grassy hill side at 1600 yards. I've not tried for greater distances yet. The horizontal distance calculation for ballistics input only works to 800 yards, so when shooting on an incline beyond that range one needs to calculate from LOS.

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