What does "slope enabled" mean? It means the Tour V2 has the ability to "interpret" inclines and declines between you and the hole, adjusting the yardage for you. For an uphill shot you'll need more club; for a downhill shot, less.
The Tour V2 does this with a built-in "inclinometer" that measures the degree of the incline or decline.
The Tour V2 with Slope can range up to 300 yards to a flagstick or 700 yards to trees. It boasts golf-grip touchpoints for enhanced feel; 5x magnification; scan mode; adjustable eyepiece and built-in tripod mount.
The Bushnell Tour V2 with Slope laser rangefinder carries an MSRP of $399. Visit www.bushnellgolf.com for more info.