Bushnell Outdoor Products has introduced its Fusion 1 Mile laser range finder binocular, nearly 20 years after the company was the first to introduce an obtainable laser rangefinder for hunters and shooters in 1995.
The Fusion 1 Mile is available in three configurations: 8x32mm, 10x42mm and 12x50mm. The optics feature BAK-4 prisms with PC-3 corrective phase coating and XTR® prism coating technology. ARainGuard HD lens coating causes moisture to bead up and scatter less light, according to a news release.
The optics offer distance measuring from 10 to 1,760 yards, making it the most powerful laser rangefinder in the Bushnell family. Featuring the exclusive Angle Range Compensation technology, the Fusion accounts for the terrain angle when providing true horizontal distance for bow hunters and holdover information (available in inches, centimeters, MOA or MILs) for marksmen or rifle hunters. In addition, Variable Sight-in Distance allows shooters to receive holdover data based on a 100, 150, 200 or 300 yard zero.
The Fusion 1 Mile features the new Matrix Display, which improves contrast, clarity and light transmission for bright, rapid readouts from dawn to dusk. Users can choose between three modes of operation: BullsEye, Brush and Scan, depending on the terrain and surrounding conditions. Built from a lightweight, durable rubber-armored chassis that is fully waterproof and fogproof, the Fusion 1 Mile is touted to be field-tested and all-weather ready.
The Fusion 1 Mile includes a battery, neck strap and carrying case for the following suggested retail prices: 8x32mm for $999.99; 10x42mm for $1,199.99; and 12x50mm for $1,299.99.
The Fusion 1 Mile is backed with a 100 percent money-back, no-questions-asked guarantee. Within one year of the date of purchase the product can be returned to Bushnell for a full refund if the consumer is unsatisfied for any reason.