Leupold Introduces RBX-3000 TBR/W Rangefinding Binocular

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posted on January 9, 2019
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Leupold & Stevens, Inc. has announced the release of their new RBX-3000 TBR/W rangefinding binocular, which combines exceptional glass with ranging capabilities of 3,000 yards on reflective objects and 2,600 yards on trees and soft targets.  

The RBX-3000 TBR/W features easy-to-read, high-contrast data on a red LED display and dual eyepiece diopter adjustment. An on-board atmospheric sensor will display temperature, air pressure and humidity. Equipped with the company’s esteemed Twilight Max HD Light Management System, users achieve less glare and higher performance in low-light conditions, giving hunters the opportunity to make the most of their day afield from first to last light.

The binocular’s True Ballistic Range/Wind (TBR/W) technology delivers incredibly accurate ranges, taking into account the angle of your shot and your rifle’s ballistics. It also 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.

“Despite what other brands may tell you, ballistics aren't simply in the dial," said Eric Overstreet, Product Line Manager for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. "If you're going to be hunting or shooting at elevation or in any kind of mountainous terrain, you absolutely need a rangefinder that's capable of calculating ballistic solutions at angles. The RBX-3000 TBR/W delivers on that in a package that’s been designed for the hunter and shooter that refuses to fail—because it won’t, either.”

A durable, aircraft-grade aluminum housing ensures the RBX-3000 TBR/W stands up to even the toughest conditions, and it is 100 percent waterproof and fogproof. Guard-ion lens coatings shed water, dirt, oil and fingerprints for consistently crisp, clear images.

The RBX-3000 TBR/W will be available in a 10x42mm configuration with a Shadow Grey finish, and is scheduled to become available beginning in spring 2019 with a shelf price of $3,000.

For more information, visit leupold.com.

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