goHUNT’s go-to chest binocular because of its’ lightweight but tough build
Best all-around combination of performance and value on the market
Excellent low-light performance for seeing every detail on game at first and last light
Best-in-class HD optical system that delivers the best in clarity and resolution
XR Fully Multi-coated lenses for maximum light transmission for low light conditions
ArmorTek ultra-hard scratch-resistant coatings to protect lenses
Warranty - Lifetime VIP
BreakdownExtreme terrain and unimaginable conditions test your optics. With a well-earned reputation for pushing the limits of optical performance, the Razor HD's step up and out on other binoculars in their class. Small, light, bright, strong, and packed with the best quality, hand-selected prisms and premium HD extra-low dispersion glass available today.
With a budget of $1,000 for binoculars, I was a little apprehensive on which binos to purchase, so I did what any reasonable person would do, I purchase 3 different binos to see which one was the best for me. I purchased the Leupold 10x42 BX-5, and the Zeiss Conquest 10x42 in addition to the Vortex Razor. I wanted to like the Zeiss the most since it was made in Germany opposed to China, however the ease of focus and the fit and finish were better with the Vortex. The Leupold BX-5 was very underwhelming in regard to performance, I compared them to my brother's BX-4 and was unable to tell any noticeable advantage, so if you are on a budget the BX-4's provide great value.
The Vortex Razor HD 10x42 excelled in the following aspects
1) Easy to focus
2) Most comfortable to use (in hand they are light and the eyecup provided perfect eye relief focus)
3) Image Sharpness and clarity was outstanding
I bought these as a xmas gift for my dad. These are awesome quality for the money and are much lighter and more compact than other 10x42's which makes glassing much more enjoyable to glass for extended periods without a tripod. Great fit in the hand. Super bright picture in comparison to an older Vortex talon model and on par clarity wise when put side by side to a pair of Leica and Swarovski.
Definitely 2 thumbs up for sure. My husband love the binocular. Thank you for the recommendation.
You cant beat the price for these. When comparing to other high end binos I went with these since I didn't see too much of a difference and they were $1000 cheaper. Also, they felt a bit lighter so even better for backcountry.
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