We want to hear what people think of the features, as well as help prospective buyers learn about all of the amazing new abilities you never knew a Kestrel could have.
Birmingham, MI (PRWEB) October 09, 2013
Wind meter retailer, KestrelMeters.com, leading provider of Kestrel Applied Ballistics Shooting Meters, has recently started a video review competition for their new ballistics meters.
The contest gives Kestrel 4500NV Applied Ballistics Shooting Meter owners the opportunity to post and share a video review of their ballistics meter via YouTube or Vimeo for a chance to win a tactical case and mini tripod for their weather meter.
Additionally, each user who submits an honest review will also receive a free premium accessory (while supplies last) just for participating.
Tyler Smith, spokesman for KestrelMeters.com said: "The new ballistics meter has revolutionary features like a gun “learning” software to learn your personal gun’s curves, as well as the Litz library of every commonly used bullet. We want to hear what people think of the features, as well as help prospective buyers learn about all of the amazing new abilities you never knew a Kestrel could have."
People can participate in the contest by uploading a video to a streaming website (like YouTube), then sending a link to info(at)kestrelmeters(dot)com or tweeting it to @kestrelmeters.
Kestrel weather meters are used by individuals, military personnel, and professionals alike for their precision weather metrics, reliability, and ruggedness. All meters chosen with the Wind Meter Purchasing Tool are made to the same high standard of reliability and durability that have given Kestrel its name.
KestrelMeters.com is the official US retailer for Nielsen Kellerman Kestrel Weather Meters. Kestrel weather meters are the favorite condition monitoring tool for law enforcement professionals, athletic coaches, firefighters, HVAC technicians, and the military. Along with their personal weather meters, KestrelMeters.com also offers accessories to improve and protect the use of their meters, such as tactical cases, tripods, calibration tools, and screen protectors. For more information, please visit KestrelMeters.com.