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  • Garmin XERO C1 Pro Chronograph
  • Garmin XERO C1 Pro Chronograph
  • Garmin XERO C1 Pro Chronograph
  • Garmin XERO C1 Pro Chronograph
  • Garmin XERO C1 Pro Chronograph

Garmin XERO C1 Pro Chronograph

SKU: 010-02618-10
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You're a shooting enthusiast who needs a chronograph that's easy to transport and set up and provides accurate projectile data. The compact, versatile and reliable Xero C1 Pro chronograph is your answer.

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The most essential data for ballistics calculations is projectile speed. A chronograph is the best tool for the job. Whether you’re handloading for the range or building arrows for the hunt, the Xero C1 Pro chronograph provides the speed data you need to hone your craft.

Measure projectile speeds from 100 fps to 5,000 fps. The button-operated design is simple to use. Pair with the ShotView smartphone app to track your shots, measure deviation and more. It’s built to endure the elements with an IPX7 water-resistant rating. The compact design fits in your back pocket and is easy to set up. Battery life for up to 2,000 shots or up to 6 hours gives you plenty of time at the range. 

The chronograph will reliably pick up your shots, thanks to the sensitive and accurate sensor.

The device can measure projectile speeds from 100 fps to 5,000 fps for bullets, arrows, slugs, birdshot, airsoft BBs, pellets and paintballs.

Indoor and outdoor operation is simple, thanks to the backlit display and button-operated design.

Keep track of your shots, measure deviation and more when paired with the ShotView app on your compatible smartphone.

Turn it on. Set it up. Point it in the direction of fire, and shoot.

With battery life for up to 2,000 shots or up to 6 hours, there’s no rush. Take your time at the range while you experiment and fine-tune your setup.

Since the unit isn’t triggered by muzzle blast, it picks up shots from suppressed firearms and firearms with muzzle brakes or compensators.

Designed to last, thanks to an IPX7 water-resistant rating.

There’s no need to attach anything to your firearm, which means it won’t affect your zero or barrel harmonics.



3.03" (77 mm) x 2.38" (60.5 mm) x 1.36" (34.44 mm) without tripod
5.1" (130 mm) x 4.5" (115 mm) x 5.5" (138.5 mm) with tripod


105.6 g without tripod
161 g with tripod

Water Rating IPX7
Display Type sunlight-visible, transflective, monochrome
Display Size 1.3" x 1.7" (33 mm x 44 mm), 2.2" diagonal (55 mm)
Display Resolution 240 x 320 pixels
Battery Type internal rechargeable lithium-ion battery; nonreplaceable
Battery Life 2,000 shots or up to 6 hours
Operating Range -10° C to 55° C (14° F to 131° F)
Memory/History 50 sessions at max 100 shots per round before a ShotView™ app sync is required to save data to phone
Interface USB-C
Connectivity BLUETOOTH®  technology
Mobile App ShotView™ app
Tracks Rifles Up To 5000 Fps
Tracks Bows And Crossbows Up To 600 Fps
Track Pistols Up To 2000 Fps
Tracks Air Rifles Up To 2000 Fps
Tracks Airsoft Up To 1000 Fps
Track Other Projectiles Up To 5000 Fps √ 
Calculates Kinetic Energy At Muzzle
Calculates Power Factor √ 
Calculates Extreme Spread √ 
Calculates Standard Deviation √ 
Calculates String Average √ 
Delete Shots In String device or app
Decimal Precision √ 
Add Individual Shot Notes yes (on ShotView™ app)
Add Session Notes yes (on ShotView™ app)
Mark Shots With Clean/Cold Bore yes (on ShotView™ app)
Exclude Shot From Average And Standard Dev Calculations yes (on ShotView™ app)
Tripod Compatibility yes (¼-20 thread compatible)



  • Xero C1 Pro chronograph
  • 1/4-20 thread tripod
  • USB Type A to Type C cable
  • Documentation
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