There are other similar products in the market, but remember when you buy a Nikon, you are investing in their reputation as a premium lens-maker for cameras and binoculars.
The two other most popular alternatives are:
Swarovski 10x42 EL Range Binocular Laser Rangefinder: This is from the legendary crystal glass makers made under their optical range called Swarovski Optik. It also has similar specification to the Nokon, like 10x Magnification, 42 mm Objective lens diameter, 4.2 mm Exit pupil diameter, 17.3 mm Exit pupil distance (eye relief). It also has similar FOV (Field of view), which is 330 feet at 1000 yards or 110 meters at 1000 meters. The decline angle is 6.3 degrees.
It is also Nitrogen-filled and Fog-proof. The body is made of lightweight magnesium alloy. It is equipped with Dual Locking and Twist-Up Click-Stop Eyecups for protection to the eyepieces. The only drawback it has is that it is more than three times more expensive.
Fury 10X42 Roof Prism Laser Rangefinder Binocular: This also has high-quality optics and the usual long-distance ranging capability. It is a high definition binocular and an angle-compensated rangefinder. It has controls on the right side which can be operated by one hand while holding this equipment.
To conclude, the LaserForce 10×42 is a premium two-in-one product that is a laser rangefinder as well as a binocular. It has exceptional build quality and construction. It has many other additional features that are not available in other similar products.
Whether you are a hunter, a wildlife photographer or a watcher, you will find the Nikon LaserForce 10×42 a very handy tool to carry around in the wild.