How To Recharge Wosports Rangefinder W600? – Detailed Guide

Do you want to know how to recharge your Wosports rangefinder?

Let’s find out.

How to Recharge Wosports Rangefinder W600?

You will get a USB cable with the rangefinder. Plug it in and your Wosport rangefinder will be charged.

Wosports Rangefinder Reviews – W600 vs H100 vs H111 – Are They Any Good And Which Is Best?

Every now and then, a company offers high-quality products with advanced technologies at bargain basement rates.

Wosports is one of these high-quality low-cost sports equipment manufacturers and they make products that focus solely on golf and other sporting activities.

Wosports H100 Rangefinder

Key Features

The Wosport H100 is a well-designed lightweight and compact rangefinder that comes with an

  • External 3v CR2 battery
  • A carry case
  • A rubber grip
  • comfortably adjustable viewfinder
  • A class 1 laser
  • Dimensions: 2 8×0.8×1.6 inches
  • Weight: 6 ounces

Speed And Accuracy

We tested this feature on the course and it worked well. It was usually within 1 or 2 yards from some much more expensive rangefinder models.

It was quick to get a reading, but we didn’t manage to get readings from several targets like some better rangefinder models. Its locking speeds were adequate even though they aren’t as fast as some other top-of-the-range rangefinders.

Pin Lock And Vibration

With this budget rangefinders, pin locking and vibration comes as standard. It can target an object up to 600 yards away.

These features were once considered cutting edge but now they’re commonplace. And the H100 functions as well as most other high-end rangefinders.


You can use this device with either a sloped surface or without a sloped surface but the sloped surface cannot be “off” per se for tournament play.


We have an external CR2 battery in the camera and this will last for several hundreds of shots if you buy a good one. There are no complaints regarding the battery itself.

Scan Modes

You can choose from several different modes for using the H100 as follows.

M1 Range Mode: Lets you free to scan the golf course for distance measurements of any target around the course or measure your layup shot.

M2 Pin Lock Mode: The device will automatically recognize the flag and vibrates when it detects the flag. I think this feature is really useful because it allows you to focus on shooting without having to worry about whether the flag has been detected.

M3 Slope Mode: This allows you to take the slope into consideration when measuring distances. It shows the distance with the slopes and without in both meters and feet and we were pleased with its accuracy.

M4 Mode: This mode isn’t really related to playing a game, I think it is mainly used for tracking the speeds of targets. We tried to track the speeds of some carts but it was not much help.

Who is The H100 for?

This is for a beginner, intermediate player, or someone who has recently purchased a new rangefinder and wants to upgrade their equipment.

We would have priced this product somewhere between $200 and $250, but for $110 you can’t go wrong. It’s a rugged and durable rangefinder that should last several years.


The H100 is an upgrade to the W600 but you will pay around $20 extra for it. It is a better rangefinders long term.

Wosports H100 Specs:

  • Range: 5~ 600(Y)
  • Range Measuring Accuracy:±1Y
  • Angle Measuring Range:-60°~60°
  • Angle Measuring Accuracy:±1°
  • Measuring Range of Speed:20~300Km/h
  • Laser type:905nm(Class I laser)
  • Magnification:6X
  • Exit Pupil Diameter:3.7mm
  • Object Lens Size:22mm
  • Field Angle:7.5°
  • Battery: CR2-3V
  • Weight: 223 grams (7.8 ounces)
  • Dimensions: 127 mm x 80 mm x 43 mm
wosports rangefinder w600 how to recharging

How To Recharge Wosports Rangefinder W600?

Wosport W600

The W600 is a good deal at around $80. It’s worth considering if you’ve lost a rangefinder and need to buy another one.

It isn’t as good as the H100 in terms of design, power, and performance but it is accurate and has all the useful little features like turning itself off when it runs out of juice so you don’t need to worry about losing any data.


  • Magnification: 6X
  • Field of view:7 degree
  • Objective Lens:25mm
  • Eyepiece lens:16mm
  • Exit Pupil Diameter:3.9mm
  • Laser Type:905nm
  • Lens Coatings: Fully Multi-Coated (FMC)
  • Battery:Built-in Rechargeable Lithium-ion 3.7V 750mAh
  • Measuring Time:0.5-1 sec
  • Accuracy: ±1 Y
  • Angle Measure Accuracy:±45°
  • Pinseeker Range:5Y-150Y
  • Measurement Distance Range:5-800Y
  • Measurement Speed Range:0-300km/h
  • Dimensions:106*40*72mm
  • Low Battery Indicator: Yes
  • Flag-lock: Yes
  • Scan Mode: Yes
  • Water Resistant: Yes
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 3.2 x 1.7 inches ; 12.6 ounces

Wosports H111 Rangefinder

The H111 is an upgraded version of Wosport’s previous product, the H110. It has some additional functions and is now available at a slightly higher price point.

The H111 has an effective range of up to 800 meters compared to 650 with the H100 and it also has a faster acquisition rate, locks onto the target quicker, and it has the expected vibration, pin-pointing, and slope correction.

We don’t really like the fact that this camera has an internal lithium-ion rechargeable batter. Lithium-ion batteries tend to be less reliable than alkaline batteries.

However, if you’re willing to deal with replacing the batteries yourself, then you might want to consider buying this camera instead.


  • Magnification: 6X
  • Field of View: 7 degree
  • Objective Lens: 25mm
  • Eyepiece lens: 16mm
  • Exit Pupil Diameter: 3.9mm
  • Laser Type:905nm
  • Battery: Built-in Rechargeable Lithium-ion 3.7V 750mAh
  • Measuring Time:0.5-1 sec
  • Distance Measure Accuracy:±1Y
  • Angle Measure Accuracy:±45°
  • Pinseeker Range:5Y-150Y
  • Measurement Distance Range:5-800Y
  • Measurement Speed Range:0-300km/h
  • Dimensions:106*40*72mm
  • Low Battery Indicator: Yes
  • Flag-lock: Yes
  • Scan Mode: Yes
  • Water Resistant: Yes

List of Accessory

  • Laser Rangefinder
  • USB Cable
  • Operation Manual
  • Box
  • Carry Bag
  • Lens Cloth
  • Electricity icon
  • Angle unit icon
  • Vertical height icon
  • Angle/ Horizontal distance/ Vertical Hight value
  • Target icon
  • Meter
  • Yard
  • Range data
  • Flag pole icon
  • Measurement mode code icon
  • Measurement symbol icon
  • Angle/Height negative sign icon

Ranging + Angle Mode

When measuring an angular measurement, if the “–” sign appears, then this is a depression (negative) value.

To enter the direct input mode for the slopes, turn on the dip switches in this mode.

Flag Pole Lock Mode

Press the button and hold it down until the vibration stops, then aim at the pole and let go. After scanning both ends of the pole, the distance to the pole is displayed in the lower right corner of the display.

Slope Correction Mode

This setting (turning on the dip switches and switching from M1/M2 to slope correction) is primarily used for flagpole locking and slope correction.

Press the button and hold it down until you see the red circle appear on the screen. Then aim at the flag pole and let go. After releasing the button, look for the red circle on the left side of the screen.

When the circle appears, the distance between the flag pole and the cursor will be shown at the bottom of the display.

Ranging + Height Mode

When in the mode, hold down the target until the display shows the height and distance, then release.

When the data shows an “–” sign, it indicates that the measured value is lower than the actual value.


A dip switch can quickly change between M1/M2 modes and slope correction modes.

When using the slope correction function, press the DIP switch (to the left) to enter the slope correction function.


Low battery, please recharge Battery Life: more than 5,000 cycles (25°C).


If you’re looking for a good value rangefinder, go with an H100. But if you really don’t mind paying more, there’s no reason not to get a W600.

We recommend the H100 and the H111 because they’re both good, reliable cameras at an affordable cost. If we had to choose between them, we’d go with the H100.

It has a larger sensor than the H111, which makes it slightly sharper. But the H111 has a bigger viewfinder and lens, so it’s easier to use when taking photos.

What’s your favorite? Leave a comment below.



  • Sarah Wilson

    Sarah is a content consultant at The Outdoor Stores where she is ready to guide you through the features of a good firearm for your outdoor activities and hunting hobbies. Her expert knowledge and intellectual skills have helped The Outdoor Stores greatly.

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