Precision Pro Personalization.
That’s a fun bit of alliteration, isn’t it?
What consumers love about Precision Pro is simple. It offers quality products and uber-reasonable prices. In fact, its NX7 Pro Slope rangefinder was just named “Best Value” for the second time in MyGolfSpy’s annual Most Wanted testing.
Beyond that, it’s a company that lives its mission to treat every customer as the most important one. It might sound trite and there are plenty of companies that trot out some version of the same message.
The difference with Precision Pro is it fully understands how little things can have a major impact on consumers. For example, offering a lifetime free battery replacement or guaranteed trade-in values when it’s time to upgrade.
So, this might not feel like that big of a deal – and perhaps it isn’t – but Precision Pro is offering custom engraving on its NX7 Pro model.
Sometimes the simplest solutions are the best. I see you, rubber bands, paperclips and Post-it Notes.
What are the most common items golfers leave behind after a round of golf? Beyond your dignity, sanity, and perhaps pride, it’s a likely list of head covers, wedges and rangefinders.
Maybe you were the kid whose mom or dad wrote your name inside the elastic band of your underwear. But when it comes to golf equipment, labeling everything you own is impractical at best and embarrassing at worst.
Luggage tags on every head cover? No, thanks. Custom shaft bands with your name, phone number and mailing address. Ugh.
Whether you’re an avid walker or prefer a cart, there’s no shortage of opportunities to leave your rangefinder at the course.
On the range. Perhaps a tee box. In one of the myriad storage compartments in the cart. Each is as likely as the other and, ultimately, it’s probably no better than a 50/50 chance you get it back.
More likely, things go the way of “the single sock” situation and you’re left with that frustratingly hollow situation of knowing that whatever happened…probably shouldn’t have happened.
So, here’s a potential solution. Get your name and contact information laser engraved on the rangefinder. This achieves two positive outcomes.
First, it makes it super easy for whoever finds the misplaced device to contact its rightful owner.
Second, should someone decide to hold on to it, he or she will see your name every time they use it and, hopefully, this plays on their conscience for eternity. OK, maybe that’s a bit much, but you get the point.
Typically, custom engraving is a $10 up-charge. But, for a limited time, use code MGS10 at checkout for a $10 discount.
Spending $10 to potentially save $200 seems like a pretty cheap insurance policy.
Spending $0 is a bit better.
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