Where Is Caddytek Rangefinder Made? – Complete Overview with FAQs

Do you want to know where Caddytek rangefinders are made?

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Where is Caddytek Rangefinder Made?

Caddytek rangefinders are made in the city of Walnut, California.

Caddytek Caddyview V2 Rangefinder Review

If you’re thinking of buying a laser rangefinder, it’s understandable if Caddytek isn’t the first brand that comes to mind.

Bushnell has dominated the market for years now.

If you’ve been stuck using the big brands in this market, you might be missing out on one of the best-kept secrets in golf equipment.


The Caddytek rangefinder offers a number of features that are found on more expensive models.

While the Caddyview V2 rangefinder may look like a budget laser, it actually performs better than most high-end lasers.

Magnification and FlagSeeking Technology

For starters, the new CaddyView V2 has a 6x magnification and flag seeking (to ensure you’re locked onto that flag) to help you get better at golf.


It’s also useful for people who don’t have steady hands.


With its range of up to 400 meters (1,312 feet), it can read distances up to 1 kilometer (0.62 miles) away, and up to 200 meters (656 feet) with the new FlagSeeking technology, which should be enough for most of us average Joe’s.


It has an IPX4 water resistance rating.

Don’t just dump this guy into a lake or somewhere else where it might get waterlogged.

LCD Screen

It has a 7″ diagonal LCD display with black read-out screens that are clear and precise and weigh just 8 oz.

Slope-Adjusted Yardage

One of the best features is one that you normally only see in a high-end camera: slope-adjusted yardages.

It has a plastic cover-like piece that allows you to adjust the angle of the lens, and it can be replaced by the non-sloped one if you want to make it legal for competition.

If the slope is enabled, then the readout will give both a true value and a slope-adjusted value.

Easy to Use

Setting up the CaddyView rangefinder is easy.

You simply install the camera under the lens, push the power button, and there’s an additional button on top of the device to toggle the flag-seeking feature on and off.


With regard to lens clarity, the CadyView doesn’t blow us away, but it’s pretty good. The magnification works well, but there’s nothing to help in the sun (tinted lenses). It’s not a big issue, but we’re looking at a budget rangefinder here.

The best part of the shooting experience was the precision. While the Leupolds give yardage to a tenth (0.1) of a yard, the Cadillac View V2 gives numbers in full yards.

With that, the new CaddyView V2 provided the same exact whole yardage as the Leupold Mark 4 on short, mid-distance, and long-range shots. While this may be a budget rangefinder, the performance didn’t appear to suggest that.

Slope – Turn off for Tournaments?

One of the key functions of the Caddytek rangefinder is its slope feature which works like a digital compass.

If you’re using the Slopes Mode, you can look through the viewfinder and see if there’s any incline or decline in the landscape. It calculates the distance from the camera to the object by measuring the angle between the horizon line and the ground.

It’s a great feature to have since it basically tells you which golf course to play even if you can’t tell where the fairways are.

Speed of Use and Accuracy

The advertised range of the Caddytek rangefinder is between 800 and 1,000 feet for general targets and up to 250 feet for flags.

However, when we tested the rangefinder at the 500-yard mark, it worked perfectly. We were able to see the target clearly.

And we tested the rangefinders from Caddytek against pins that were a known distance away and they were accurate to within a few feet. We were amazed at their reliability.

It takes an average of five seconds for the Caddytek Cadyview V2 Rangefinder to get locked onto the flag.

Weight and Feel

The weight of the rangefinder is just about 8 oz. It is light but isn’t too light.

It isn’t cumbersome or heavy in the hands, but it doesn’t feel inexpensive either.

The grips on top felt comfortable and the case did not seem cheap and plastic-like.

It has a nice weight to it so you know it wasn’t made out of cheap materials. However, it is still light and compact enough to carry easily everywhere.

Battery Life

The Caddytek rangefinder uses single 3-volt lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. In most cases, its lifespan depends on the quality of the batteries you use.

We used a Duracell battery and the device worked perfectly through over 10 rounds of golf and with plenty of power remaining.

where is caddytek rangefinder made

Where Is Caddytek Rangefinder Made?

Is Caddytek Worth Your Money?

The only thing we need to do is consider all the features we have discussed thus far and then take a look at the price of the Caddytek Caddyview V2 Rangefinder: it is just a hair under $150!

In our opinion, it is an emphatic yes. We would go as far as to say that this is the best golf rangefinder that we have tested in this price range. It does lack a few features like stabilization and glare protection.


  • Features a 6x magnification lens
  • An optional “jolt’ feature that vibrates when it locks onto the lock screen
  • You can use it even when it rains.
  • Great value for the money
  • Comes with a carrying bag and a carabiner clip.
  • Very accurate


  • There isn’t any anti-reflective coating on the lens
  • After 10 seconds of not using it, turns itself off.
  • You cannot turn off slope detection just by clicking a button.
  • No rechargeable battery


You get what you buy. In the case of the new CaddyView V2 rangefinder, you get that plus a whole lot more.

While I can’t yet speak to the longevity of the device, my initial thoughts tell me that the CadddyView V2 is worth a look. And if you’re looking for an affordable rangefinder with a bit of style and substance, this could be your ticket.

If you have any questions feel free to 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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