First Look: Riton 5 Primal 10x42 ED Binocular

posted on July 17, 2023
Riton 5 Primal 10X42 ED Lead

Riton Optics has announced the latest addition to its Primal line of hunting-focused optics—the 5 Primal 10x42 ED binocular. Designed to fulfill the needs of discerning hunters and shooters, the 5 Primal 10x42 binocular is built with the company’s premium ED (extra low dispersion) glass to provide a superior glassing experience when looking for that animal of a lifetime.

Riton 5 Primal 10x42 ED binocular angled left on white background.

Fully multi-coated, low light enhancement, waterproof and full wide band lens coatings further enhance the optical performance, resolution and color accuracy of the Riton ED glass, while providing a lifetime of protection against the elements and improve low-light performance.

The 5 Primal 10x42 ED binocular’s 10x magnification and 42mm objective lens diameter offer a wide field of view of 348 feet at 1,000 yards, while optimizing light transmission. The adjustable eyepieces, center focus wheel and diopter on the binocular are designed for adjustability and comfort, allowing users to easily and confidently achieve clear viewing of objects at any distance. The lightweight and ergonomic aluminum-alloy body and rubberized coating make the binocular a pleasure to use during long glassing sessions afield.

• Magnification: 10x
• Objective Lens Diameter: 42mm
• Close Focus: 9.84 ft./300cm
• Field of View at 1,000 yds: 348 ft.
• Length: 5.7”/145mm
• Width: 5.12”/130mm
• Weight: 1.67 lbs./760g
• 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
• Light Transmission: >90%
MSRP: $649.99

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