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First Look: Leupold RBX-3000 TBR/W Rangefinding Binocular

First Look: Leupold RBX-3000 TBR/W Rangefinding Binocular

Leupold & Stevens, Inc. has introduced its new rangefinding binocular that features the exceptionally clear glass you’ve come to expect from the company and technology to range targets to 3,000 yards.

The new RBX-3000 TBR/W has an easy-to-read, high-contrast red LED display and is more than just a rangefinder—it’s  equipped with an atmospheric sensor that will display temperature, air pressure and humidity.

The optic features Leupold’s high-quality lenses and coatings to maximize light transmission, even in twilight conditions. The company’sTwilight Max HD Light Management System combines extraordinary light transmission and glare management to provide bright images.

The “TBR/W”in the RBX-3000’s name represents the unit’s True Ballistic Range/Wind technology. The TBR accounts for the angle of your shot and your rifle's ballistics accurate target information, and accounts for wind out to 800 yards, generating a hold point for 10 mph wind at a 90 degree angle to your direction of aim.

The RBX-3000 TBR/W is made of aircraft-grade aluminum and is waterproof and fogproof. It also features lens coatings that shed dirt and water to ensure clear sight pictures. The RBX-3000 TBR/W will initially come in10x42mm configuration with a gray finish. It ships with a Leupold binocular harness, binocular strap, lens pen and lens cloth.

The new RBX-3000 TBR/W will be available in spring 2019 with a shelf price of $3,000. For more information, visit leupold.com.

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