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First Look: Riton 5 Primal 15-45×60 Spotting Scope

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Riton Optics introduces the newest addition to its Primal line of purpose-built optics. The new 5 Primal 15-45x60mm spotting scope has been thoughtfully designed with premium features packed into a compact, lightweight package, which provides hunters with unmatched versatility in the field.

Riton 5 Primal 15-45x60 angled view.

At the heart of the 5 Primal spotting scope are lenses crafted from Extra-Low Dispersion (ED) glass, delivering top-tier optical clarity and resolution while minimizing color fringing visible to the human eye. The advanced optical design and fully multi-coated lens coatings aid in allowing for maximum light transmission and definition when glassing for wildlife various lighting and weather conditions.

Designed and engineered with a durable, lightweight aluminum alloy construction and IPX7 waterproof rating, the 5 Primal spotting scope is built to withstand just about every adventure ahead. Measuring in at just over 2.5 pounds and 12.5 inches long, the 5 Primal 15-45×60 is easily packable, taking up less room in your pack for the hike in and out of the woods.

Hunters using Riton 5 Primal 15-45x60.

Focusing and zooming on subjects is effortless with the large, rubberized and knurled zoom and focus rings, allowing for precise adjustments and grip while wearing gloves.

Technical Specifications
• Magnification: 15-45×60
• Objective Lens Diameter: 60mm
• Close Focus: 9.84 ft./300cm
• Exit Pupil: Low 4mm – High 1.3mm
• Field of View at 1,000 yds: 110 ft. – 44 ft.
• Length: 12.5 in/304mm
• Width: 3″/76.2mm
• Weight: 2.75 lbs./1247g
• Material: Aluminum Alloy
• IPX7 Waterproof Rating
• ED (Extra Low Dispersion) Glass
• Lens Coating: Fully multi-coated, full wide band, waterproof coated, low light enhancement
• Prism System: BaK4
• MSRP: $999.99

For more information, visit ritonoptics.com.


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