Riton Optics has announced an all-new 5 Primal 10x42mm ED (Extra Low Dispersion) set of binoculars which has impeccable timing for fall hunting seasons. If you’re in need of some packable, totable glass to help you spot game while hunting or simply see your hits while sighting in at the range, Riton has this new 10x offering to tempt your wallet.
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The Riton Optics 5 Primal 10x42mm ED binoculars have an MSRP of $649 and are currently available on their website. If you dive in on a pair, they’ll even throw in a bino harness for FREE and these 5 Primal binos still carry their Limited Lifetime Warranty in the rare event that you should ever need service. All of the specifications for the 5 Primal 10x42mm ED binoculars can be read below as presented by Riton Optics:
- Magnification: 10x
- Objective Lens Diameter: 42mm
- Close Focus: 9.84 ft/300cm
- Field of View at 1,000 yds: 348 ft
- Length: 5.7 in/145mm
- Width: 5.12 in/130mm
- Weight: 1.67 lb/760g
- Material: Aluminum Alloy
- IPX7 Waterproof Rating
- ED (Extra Low Dispersion) Glass
- Lens Coating: Fully multi-coated, full wide band, waterproof coated, low light enhancement
- Prism System: BaK4
- Light Transmission: >90%
Tucson, Arizona (July 2023) – Riton Optics is proud to announce the latest addition to the PRIMAL line of hunting-focused optics, the 5 PRIMAL 10×42 ED binoculars. Designed from the ground up to satisfy the optical needs of discerning hunters and shooters, the 5 PRIMAL 10×42 binoculars are built with Riton’s premium ED (extra low dispersion) glass to provide a superior glassing experience when looking for that buck or bull of a lifetime.
I am always a sucker for a good pair of binoculars. It is super simple tech, but it can be a phenomenal aid when glassing while hunting, shooting at the range, or even watching your buddy slice his golf ball into a pond while you laugh uncontrollably. Regardless of how you might deploy them, what do you guys and gals think? Would you buy a pair? As always, let us know all of your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.
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