This year marks the 25th anniversary of the advent of the laser rangefinder. As a special tribute to the technology, Bushnell has released their Fuxion X 10×42 rangefinding binoculars. The binoculars feature a one-mile ranging capability with a one-yard plus or minus accuracy potential and include preloaded data for both bow and rifle ballistics. The Fusion X is available now from Bushnell and retails for $699.99
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Bushnell’s New Fusion X 10×42 Rangefinding Binoculars
As we continue to celebrate our 25th anniversary of the advent of the laser rangefinder, the new Fusion X maintains our commitment to bringing new technologies to the marketplace. “The Fusion X offers hunters the best of both worlds with a familiar 10×42 size that offers fantastic light transmission while providing them with all-day viewing thanks to the ground-breaking ActivSync display. These new ranging binos are simply amazing and arrive at a special time in our company’s history as we honor our 25 years of continuing innovation.
-Derek Osburn, Director of Optics for Vista Outdoor
The ActivSync display fluidly morphs from black to red readouts against bright backgrounds to help contrast the information for easier reading. The Fuxion X offers IPX7 waterproof construction which means that the electronics contained within the Fuxion X will be protected for 30 minutes even when submerged in water up to 1 meter in depth.
Finally, the Fusion X features Bushnell’s EXO barrier lens protection. The proprietary lens coating bonds to the exterior of the lens surfaces to repel things that might obscure your view like oil, dust, water, and other debris. The new rangefinding binoculars come with Bushnell’s lifetime warranty which is fully transferrable with no receipt required. With a one-mile ranging capability and ruggedness to match, one would be hard pressed to argue as to why you’d want a monocular laser rangefinder when you can have the Fusion X.
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