EOTECH Adds More Budget-Friendly Vudu X Series to Scope Lineup

Will P
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EOTECH has announced a new riflescope series, called Vudu X.

While EOTECH‘s most well-known products may be their holographic sights, that’s certainly not all they do. They’re also players in the night vision/thermal market, and they launched their first red dot with the EFLX pistol optic in 2022. They also offer several models of riflescopes, with the Vudu line having first released back in 2016. Their current Vudu offerings include four first focal plane variants and three featuring second focal plane reticles. These range from 1-6x, 1-8x, and 1-10x LPVOs up to an 8-32x option, among others. Now EOTECH has announced that they’re bringing a new series of riflescopes to their product catalog, meant to be a bit more budget-friendly than the existing choices. Meet the new Vudu X series, detailed in the press release below.

EOTECH Vudu Scopes @ TFB:

With MSRPs starting at $799, the new Vudu X lineup is set to cost less than the normal Vudu offerings, such as this 5-2550 FFP model with its $2099 MSRP.

EOTECH Launches the Vudu X Series Rifle Scopes

EOTECH®, the world leader in Holographic Weapon Sights, is proud to announce the introduction of the Vudu X line of premium rifle scopes. The X Series rifle scopes are designed to meet the demands of the outdoor enthusiast. Whether it’s 3-gun, hunting, or recreational shooting, the Vudu X scopes can make that critical shot.

Starting from a solid piece of aircraft-grade aluminum and finished with the high-quality AR-coated glass, the Vudu X rifle scopes are ultra-tough and crystal clear. Introductory models feature a second focal plane optic design allowing for quick and accurate targeting at all magnification levels, and its illuminated reticle will let you take that shot during the difficult low-light hours of dawn and dusk.

“We developed the X series line of Vudu scopes to address the shooter that wants all of the accuracy, precision and durability of our legacy Vudu scopes, but with features and a price that better match their needs” said Mark Miller, Director of Product Management for EOTECH. “We have put in a lot of work in the designs of these scopes and as always, we ran them through the same excruciating testing that our other Vudu and holographic products go through. We are confident these will exceed expectations”.

The Vudu X rifle scopes are available in 1-6×24 and 2-12×40 models. Both offer 30mm tube diameter, illuminated reticles powered by a CR2032 battery, and a removable throw lever for quick transitions across the magnification range. Available in MOA adjustments, the DP1 reticle provides the ultra-popular duplex crosshair while the BD1 provides additional circular ballistic holds at 2MOA increments for longer distances. The turrets are capped to avoid any accidental adjustments and provide a simple zero reset feature making adjustments and return to zero fast and easy. Branded front and back flip-up scope caps are included to provide protection against the elements. Production and delivery are scheduled to begin in Q1 2024. MSRP starts at $799.

For more information, please visit www.eotechinc.com

The new Vudu X series will launch in Q1 2024 with two initial models, a 1-6x LPVO and a 2-12x version.

With the Vudu X series starting with a $799 MSRP, EOTECH intends to bring their riflescopes’ quality into reach for more shooters who may want a less expensive option. The first two variants should be available in the early part of this year, both of which will employ 30mm tube diameters and second focal plane reticles. What do you think about these new Vudu X propositions, readers? Do you like the idea of a more accessible version of EOTECH’s riflescopes, or do you think these will give up too much benefit in order to keep costs down? Have you tried any of EOTECH’s other scopes, and what did you think of them? Are there any other X-series models you’d like to see in the future? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below! See you at the range.

Images courtesy of EOTECH
Will P
Will P

Lifelong hobby/sport shooter and hunter, former US Army infantryman, perpetual firearms student. Always seeking to become better and learn more. Interested in a wide variety of shooting disciplines, and passionate about all kinds of guns. Contact on Instagram: @WillTFB

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  • LatchkeyKid LatchkeyKid on Jan 09, 2024

    When it comes to 1-6 SFP, the market seems to be begging for more options with bright center dot comparable to a red dot @ 1x. Primary Arms SLX GIV Nova, Vortex PST G2, and the Delta Stryker are really the only such scopes available for under $1K that offer this feature. Seems like Eotech missed an opportunity here.

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    • Andrew Andrew on Jan 10, 2024

      @LatchkeyKid I suspect that there are two reasons that their 3 least expensive LPVOs have stayed low-powered. 1)LE policies 2)a $600 1-4 is generally going to be better in almost every way than a $600 1-6.

  • River_rover River_rover on Jan 10, 2024

    They made it affordable by making it in the Phillipines. We need to make things here affordably. If it requires the return of slavery, so be it.

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    • River_rover River_rover on Jan 10, 2024

      @LatchkeyKid I have met many consevatives at Dead concerts. Music transcends politics.