Vortex 10×42 Razor Binoculars


Designed by the world’s leading optical engineers the innovative Vortex Razor binoculars are winning admiration and approval from the most discriminating and demanding observers. European styling features and performance are now yours for a most reasonable investment!World-class image qualityExperience razor sharp images from dawn to dusk in sunshine or shadow. When natural color is what you want the 8.5×50 Razor binocular truly delivers! With extra size in the objective and extra power in the magnification this binocular really pulls in the details you need! Patented multi-layered lens and prism coatings work relentlessly for unmatched image quality and color fidelity.XD glass brings you truer color finer resolution and detailing with extra-low dispersion glassXR multi-layer coatings increase resolution and light transmittance for superior details at all times of the dayPhase corrected roof prism surfaces are expertly cut polished and silver-coated.A rugged binocular for a lifetime of viewingDurability ruggedness and dependability are hallmarks of the Razor’s solid design – unyielding to the forces of nature. If you could look inside the Razor you’d see how this binocular is fortified with features for a long life of serious use. Built on a rugged chassis you’ll enjoy a lightweight carry and solid hold in any weather with well-placed fingertip grips and rubber armor. In addition Vortex guarantees absolute waterproofing and fogproofing with Argon gas purging.Argon Gas PurgingEliminates internal foggingMaintains protective properties over a wider range of temperaturesDoes not absorb waterDoes not react chemically with waterDoes not diffuse as quickly as other elements extending the service life of the optics longer.Comfort is in the detailsRefined handling begins with thoughtful design and ends with your complete satisfaction. You’ll enjoy longer hours in the field with the well-balanced 8.5×50 Razor binocular – featuring fine ergonomics that leave you relaxed at the

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