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SWAROVSKI OPTIK NORTH AMERICA INTRODUCES NEW EL RANGE

 
SWAROVSKI OPTIK NORTH AMERICA announces their new EL Range. This long awaited SWAROVSKI OPTIK binocular with integrated rangefinder has an accurate and reliable laser featuring an angled-shot program, without compromising on any optical quality and still offering the high performance you have come to expect from SWAROVSKI OPTIK.

Designed on the EL binocular body, the EL Range is extremely lightweight and ergonomic, especially when compared to the rest of the competition in its class. The legendary open bridge design ensures that the binoculars can be held steadily, and can focus in on even the smallest targets at a great distance, while the ideally positioned measuring button provides quick results. The EL Range offers all the features of SWAROVSKI OPTIK EL binoculars without compromising on optical quality, while integrating a powerful and reliable laser with SWAROVSKI OPTIK’s newest technology, and the only one of its kind, “SWARO-AIM”.

The newest “SWARO-AIM” technology features an integrated gradometer to show the precise and correct shooting distance and angle, and is the only angled-shot program in the world.  Designed with electronic readout of yards and meters, brightness levels and angle compensation, the display offers 5 individually adjustable brightness levels on an easy-to-read LCD screen with a simple and intuitive menu operation.

Albert Wannenmacher, CEO of SWAROVSKI OPTIK NORTH AMERICA says, “We really made sure this product has all the features consumers are looking for in a rangefinding binocular. We are very excited to bring this product to our US consumers.” 

 

 
 

Swarovski EL Range 8x42  $2768.95

Swarovski EL Range 10x42  $2868.95

 
KEY FEATURES

2 Models – 8x42 and 10x42

Effective range – 33 to 1,500 yards / 30 m – 1375 m

SWARO-AIM technology. Gives corrected ballistic trajectory yardage distance for angled shots at the push of a button

Unprecedented Light Transmission – 91% in each barrel for a rangefinding binocular

Distinctive RED colored LCD small diameter aiming circle and distance display

Automatic display intensity adjustment or 5 manual intensity settings

Scan mode for moving game

Waterproof (to 13’ submersed), Airtight, Dustproof 

Extremely wide FOV: 8x42 – 411’ @ 1000 yds, 10x42 – 330’ @ 1000 yds
 

4 position eyecups for 100% Field of View, increased viewing comfort even for eyeglass wearers

Longer eye relief than competition: 8x42 – 19.2 mm, 10x42 - 17.3 mm

Tough lightweight magnesium housing – 32 oz. (approx.)

Streamlined shape and wrap around grip to assist for a steady hold

Uses common CR2 battery

Supplied with new style neckstrap with spare battery holder, spare battery, field bag, ocular lens cover, objective lens covers, snap shot adapter


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That looks like a nice bino/LR combo.

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Sounds like these will have the earlier non-HD EL optics. 

I suppose there is a Swarovision Range coming sometime in the future?

The form factor is the most impressive part of these compared to the Leica and Zeiss, but I would have to handle a pair to evaluate those big bumps on the underside.
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And the fact that Swarovski service is head and shoulders above Zeiss and Leica.  
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WOW! If only i had the money i would love a pair
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FINALLY... a binocular that might actually have some utility to it...
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Has anyone been lucky enough to get a look through these yet?
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Not yet but I'll be hunting with a pair in Wyoming in a few weeks.
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Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

Not yet but I'll be hunting with a pair in Wyoming in a few weeks.
 
Let us know how you like them!
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: October/07/2011 at 08:10
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Yeah, what Griz said Chris!
 
Hey, need a caddy?!?! Bucky
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What part of the state are you going to be in?
Near Gillette?

Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

Not yet but I'll be hunting with a pair in Wyoming in a few weeks.
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Will they make it to the test drive list? I'd love to handle one. May trade in a Geovid on a pair.
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