With a rangefinder built in, Nikon's new LaserForce bino is a sight to behold.
A great optic can mean the difference between locating that next trophy and looking right past them. Fidgeting around between your binoculars and your rangefinder could also spell disaster for a hunter when the pressure is on and every second counts. Binoculars with rangefinders aren't exactly a new concept. But Nikon feels they have figured them out with the new LaserForce lineup.
The LaserForce rangefinder binocular combines Nikon's proven optics with their high performance rangefinder technology. The LaserForce 10x42, for example, has a range out to 1900 yards. That's some serious range.
Nikon combined ED glass with their ID Technology to give hunters the best of both worlds. The ID Technology compensates for incline and decline angles while the extra-low dispersion glass offers rich, crisp picture.
The new dual-purpose optic checks in with an MSRP of $1,200. What do you think?