Swarovski Optik Announces New EL Family of Optics

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posted on July 24, 2015
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Swarovski Optik has announced the release of its improved EL binocular family, featuring SWAROVISION technology. The new models feature the inclusion of the company's FieldPro package and other features. They new binos are expected to be available on shelves in the U.S. and Canada by November 2015.

The FieldPro package is designed to enhance comfort and functionality. The rotating strap connector and cord adapts to the user's movement, and the bayonet catch enables you to fit and switch the carrying strap and accessories quickly. The carrying strap length can be adjusted rapidly, using the new quick catch button.

The objective lens covers will fit into the overall design securely attaching to the body of the EL. A softer and more slip resistant designed focusing wheel can be used more easily by the user with the same accuracy. The new diopter adjustment lock function is meant to ensure that your settings cannot be changed accidentally.

"The improvements to the already amazing EL Family will surpass any expectations of new and previous users of Swarovski Optik optics." Regional Sales Director, Greg Enos, said.

For more information, go to SwarovskiOptik.com.

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