Bushnell just launched a really cool piece of gear, one every hunter and shooter can appreciate. The Bushnell Vault Bino Harness System gives hunters and shooters protection and immediate access to their optics. The Vault comprises a good piece of kit, keeping your bino and rangefinder at the ready.
Bushnell Vault Bino Harness System
Compact and modular, the Vault Bino Harness System includes a quiet, magnetic closure. It provides fast, one-handed access to optics. The top closure completely covers the to of the caddy, protecting your binocular from dust, moisture and abuse. It also opens toward the front, keeping it out of the way during deployment.
Inside, the bino caddy features a water-resistant, soft lining. It cuts down on noise and protects objective lenses. The caddy fits binos up to 12×50 roof prisms. It also adapts to fit smaller optics via an included riser. Mesh pockets on the sides of the caddy hold other key pieces of gear, including a mouth call or wind check bottle. Meanwhile, a zippered pocket on the back holds a smartphone or hunting tag. MOLLE webbing provides additional attachment points.
Ultimately, the caddy remains low profile and refrains impeding shooter movement. An integrated, ultralight harness provides comfort and easy attachment, according to Bushnell. The modular caddy even detaches for a standalone harness for standalone bino use.
A laser rangefinder pouch (sold separately for $29.99) sets the system apart. It clips onto the side of the unit, keeping two primary optics at the ready for hunters. Glass and range all day with ease. An integrated tether prevents losing that valuable rangefinder in the field.
The Vault Bino Harness System retails for $69.99. At first glance, it appears money well spent. With a hands-free, modular design, hunters and shooters can keep their optics, and much more, ready to deploy. For even more, please visit bushnell.com.
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