If you’re serious about carrying your binoculars, laser range finders and other similar gear in a convenient and comfortable way, Bushnell has a new Vault Bino Harness System. I also see this could be a solution for those who carry thermal spotters/binoculars and there may be other uses depending on your needs and imagination – I’m sure you could stack a small handgun and a few magazines in there if you wanted!
At a recommended price of $69.99 (the laser rangefinder pouch is an additional $29.99), the cost seems more than fair.
Here is the new product description in full:
Bushnell® Releases New Vault® Bino Harness System
New Caddy and Rangefinder Pouch Offers Maximum Protection and Easy Access
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – January, 2022 – Bushnell®, an industry leader in performance optics, announces the introduction of its Vault® Bino Harness System. The new Vault offers hunters and shooters effective and convenient protection for their optics in a compact design that doesn’t restrict movement in the field.
Packed with the features serious outdoorsmen and women need most in the field, the Vault has a compact, modular design that makes protecting and accessing your optics easy. A quiet magnetic closure gives you fast, one-handed access to your glass. The top closure completely covers the top of the caddy, protecting your binoculars from dust and moisture, plus it opens towards the front so the closure doesn’t get in the way while retrieving your glass.
Inside, the bino caddy features a water-resistant, soft lining that cuts down on noise and protects your objective lenses. The caddy fits up to 12×50 roof prism binoculars and can be adapted to fit smaller binos with an included riser that sits in the bottom of the pouch. Mesh pockets on the sides of the caddy are a handy place to stash mouth calls or wind checker bottles, while a zippered pocket on the back of the caddy can hold a smartphone or your tag. MOLLE webbing on the bottom of the caddy allows users to attach a handgun or bear spray holster.
Overall, the caddy is designed to be low-profile and compact so it doesn’t interfere with movement. The integrated, ultralight harness is comfortable and easy to attach and detach with the built-in buckles. Users can also detach the caddy and use the standalone harness with their binoculars.
The laser rangefinder pouch (sold separately) is constructed with the same fabric and magnetic closure as the bino caddy, and it attaches to the side of the caddy using three simple U-shaped clips. This gives users easy access to their laser rangefinder, and an integrated tether prevents them from losing it in the field.
The feature-packed Vault bino harness system has an MSRP of $69.99. The laser rangefinder pouch has an MSRP of $29.99. To learn more about these products or to see the full lineup of Bushnell optics and gear, check out Bushnell.com.
What do you think about Bushnell’s new harness system? Is it something that suits your needs?