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SIG KILO 10K Gen 2: The Ultimate Rangefinding Binoculars

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If you’re scouting for the pinnacle of rangefinding binocular technology, the SIG Sauer KILO10K-ABS HD Gen II demands your attention. Freshly updated this week, this model responds directly to user feedback and sets a new standard for performance.

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Upgraded Features

The Gen II doesn’t just upgrade; it overhauls. The optical system is re-engineered to improve color accuracy and low-light performance. The blue tint is gone. It’s 95% clear with no tint or hue discernable. What does that mean out in the field? Clarity. Now, it’s all crystal-clear visuals, which, when you’re glassing for game or targets makes all the difference.

On the usability front, the introduction of direct wind input buttons is a game-changer. Adjusting for wind speed and direction is now immediate, thanks to easily accessible plus and minus buttons and dedicated wind direction button. These allow for on-the-fly adjustments without fumbling through menus—a crucial feature when conditions change without notice.

Detailed Enhancements

The physical design has seen some thoughtful improvements as well. The focus wheel and eyepieces are redesigned for better durability and ease of use. The eyepieces, previously a vulnerability, are now reinforced with metal, alleviating the breakage issue present in older models.

SIG Sauer KILO10K-ABS HD Gen II Tech Specs

  • Color: Tan
  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 42 mm
  • Overall Length: 5.7 in
  • Overall Width: 5 in
  • Battery: (1) CR2
  • Display Type: Red 304 x 256 ACTIVE-MATRIX OLED
  • Reticle: Circle, Duplex, Box + Milling Grid
  • Weight: 32 oz
  • Eye Relief: 18 mm
  • Field of View: 6.1º
  • Run Time: 4000 ranges
  • Range on Deer: Up to 3000 y
  • Range on Trees: Up to 4000 y
  • Max Reflective: Up to 10000 y
  • Laser Divergence: 1.5 x 0.06 MRAD

User Experience

Let’s talk user interface. The menu system is intuitive, with features that includes the full suite of Applied Ballistics and atmospherics on board. Directional readings are more accurate thanks to an upgraded compass chip, which means dropping a pin in your app is now pinpoint precise.

In practice, the KILO10K Gen II is fast. Ranging is swift and accurate, without the need for repeated measures. I noticed an immediate difference between ranging with the Gen 2 vs the Gen 1. I ranged in the video over 6000 yards multiple times in standard rangefinding mode in the midday sun.

Final Thoughts

The Sig Sauer KILO10K Gen II is not just an update; it’s a significant upgrade that pushes the boundaries of what rangefinding binoculars can do. For those looking to elevate their game, both literally and metaphorically, this tool is a solid investment. Check it out on the Sig Sauer website

Stay ready, and see you next time!

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