Breakdown12x50 binoculars have become very popular because they are light enough to run in a bino harness, and the extra magnification on a tripod helps you at longer distances. The new Vortex Razor Ultra-High Definition 12x50 Binocular has superior optics in comparison to its Razor HD predecessor. Its new Abbe Koenig Prisms are the main improvement. These new prisms are longer than the previous version, and so weight is increased slightly. However, a little extra weight is a small price to pay to be able to spot more game. They also feature improved edge to edge clarity. The UHD series of binoculars are truly the highest quality binoculars that Vortex has produced to date. As with all Vortex products these binoculars are covered by their no questions asked lifetime warranty.
Super clean glass. Had Maven c3 12s and although the Mavens were solid, these are superior for another 1k. Niece now has Mavens and these will eventually be my daughters as I plan on getting some swaros. You get what you pay for and this is no exception. Hope this was helpful.
If you need great binos and you are not hung up on the myth they have to cost
a fortune to be any good...The Vortex Razor UHD series are some of the best optics available... at ANY price...I had great optics in the USAF and I would take the Vortex Razor UHD 12x50 over those and any German,Austrian...etc
optics I have used...they ARE that good..!!! The Razor UHD binos are especially noteworthy considering the way over priced competition...the components and construction are top-shelf....get em'
whilst you may....!!!! Thom Mauck
PS Matthew helped me once again and offered up his exemplary customer service...GoHunt is the way to go...!!!!
They are a game changer for me I have spotted a lot of deer that I would have missed with lower quality glass
Just a hell a good glass, using them on my western hunt just love them very crystal clear glass.
Compared the vortex against Swarovski,Zeiss.For the price the uhd was the winner. The new prisms are a huge upgrade, plus vortex warranty and it’s a company on this side of the pond.
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