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May 10th, 2016

Bushnell intro new iON Golf GPS

Their thinnest watch yet

Bushnell Golf is introducing their new neo iON Golf GPS watch, which provides golfers with market leading technology all in the convenience of a sleek, stylish and comfortable watch.

The neo iON is Bushnell’s lightest and thinnest golf watch to date, and has been redesigned to meet the needs of golfers who want a fashionable device that is packed full of features that can be worn both on and off course.

The new device is incredibly easy to use, it has no membership fees, and comes pre-loaded with more than 35,000 courses in over 30 countries. This extensive course mapping is combined with instant course recognition and auto hole advance, two features which continue to be a big hit amongst golfers, to ensure that the device is ready to use straight out of the box.

The neo iON also boasts marketing-leading battery life, allowing golfers to play for longer with over three rounds of use between charges.

“Creating Tour-trusted technologies is a priority, but we also understand everyday golfers want those exclusive technologies available in an easy-to-use watch,” said Scott Peterson, Senior Product Manager at Bushnell.

“With the popularity of wearable technology on the golf course, we created the fashion-forward, user-friendly neo iON with improved technologies providing golfers the ability to enhance their game at an affordable price.”

In addition, the neo iON further builds upon the successful features of the previous neo XS model by featuring a new integrated step counter which allows golfers to monitor their distance travelled, speed and total activity time throughout their round of golf and wider daily life.

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TAGS: Golf Tech, News, 2016