New Vortex Razor UHD 8×32 & 10×32 Magnesium Chassis Binoculars

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Whether it’s trying to spot targets for hunting purposes or just checking out your latest groups at the range, having a high-quality set of binoculars can do a lot to ease eye strain, and help you keep your eyes on the target. Vortex is excited to introduce its latest sets of high-end binoculars with two new additions to the Razor line: the Razor UHD 8×32 & 10×32 binoculars. Vortex says these two new premium options feature superior low-light performance and unmatched clarity. Constructed from a lightweight yet durable magnesium chassis, the Razor UHD line offers the user one of the most compact options for hunters, shooters, and enjoyers of nature.

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New Vortex Razor UHD 8×32 & 10×32 Magnesium Chassis Binoculars

For those who know unforgettable moments don’t happen by chance, Razor® UHD stands at the peak of the Vortex® optics technology—delivering the unmatched clarity and low-light performance once-in-a-lifetime hunts demand. Rugged construction. Smooth ergonomic controls. Spectacular glass that delivers superior brightness and all- around image quality. From dense, river-bottom bucks, to rams above the timberline, early dawn to the depths of dusk—Razor® UHD reveals opportunity otherwise hidden in shadow, giving you incredible viewing power every thrilling second of shooting light.

UHD Optical System Ultra high definition optical quality and prescription for unparalleled image resolution that cuts chromatic aberration; providing exceptional color fidelity, edge-to-edge sharpness, and light transmission.
XR™ Plus Lens CoatingsUltimate anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces provide maximum light transmission for peak clarity and the pinnacle of low-light performance.
Magnesium ChassisDecreases weight and increases strength.
Schmidt Pechan Prism Valued for greater durability and a more compact size.
True Open HingeOffers superior ergonomics while decreasing total weight and bulk.
Adjustable EyecupsTwist up and down for comfortable viewing with or without eyeglasses.
Center Focus WheelAdjusts the focus of both binocular barrels at the same time.
Locking DiopterAdjusts for differences in a user’s eyes. Located on right eyepiece.
Plasma TechCutting edge coating application process provides unparalleled coating durability and performance.
APO ChromaticIndex-matched lenses correct color across the entire visual spectrum.
ArmorTek® Ultra-hard, scratch-resistant coating protects exterior lenses from scratches, oil and dirt.
Rubber ArmorProvides a secure, non-slip grip, and durable external protection.
Argon-Gas PurgedGas purged and O-ring sealed for fogproof and waterproof performance in all conditions.
WaterproofO-ring seals prevent moisture, dust and debris from penetrating the binocular for reliable performance in all environments.
FogproofArgon gas purging prevents internal fogging over a wide range of temperatures.
ShockproofDesigned to withstand the highest levels of impact.
Tripod AdaptableCompatible with a tripod adapter, allowing use on a tripod or car window mount.

Check Prices on Vortex Razor UHD Binoculars

This pair of high-end binoculars will set you back a pretty penny just like the rest of the Razor line. Both the Razor UHD 8x32s and 10x32s will retail for an MSRP of $2,149.99. However, as with any other Vortex product, this price comes along with their world-class American-based customer support, and their unconditional lifetime warranty – even if you’re not the first owner. For more information on the new Razor UHD binoculars, you can visit

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Luke C.
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  • River_rover River_rover on May 24, 2024

    10x binoculars, no matter how expensive, are not much good for seeing groups at 200 yards and beyond (maybe for 12 gauge slugs).

    • Mystick Mystick on May 25, 2024

      @River_rover Those "HD" lenses and modern refractory materials are actually pretty amazing, but yeah it still takes some effort. It's almost worth it to mount them(if they have a mount threading). They still aren't as good as even a modest spotting scope for the range.

  • Mehul Kamdar Mehul Kamdar on May 25, 2024

    I have a budget 3-9x Vortex scope that came in a special offer with a Mossberg Patriot rifle at Academy and it (and the rifle) work so beautifully, that I couldn't be happier. Makes the SRP on the binoculars look exorbitant. That said, if they are worth the price, then past experience with the budget range of products from Vortex would suggest that they are worth looking at for someone in that market.