New: Swarovski NL Pure 32 Binoculars

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posted on April 20, 2021
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New from Swarovski Optik is the NL Pure 32 mm binocular, which is a smaller and lighter version of NL Pure 42 mm model. Sporting the same optical system as its big brother, the NL Pure 32 mm binoculars are compact and designed to fit in the hand for prolonged periods.

Swarovski says two magnifications for the NL Pure 32 mm are available: 8x32 mm (starts at $2,777) and 10x32 mm (starts at $2,832). Weighing a svelte 22.8 ounces and 5.7 inches long, owning a pair of binoculars with the great reputation of Swarovski Optik in a compact size is desirable not only for birdwatchers and hunters, but also competitive shooters looking for something small to pack when heading to the range.

NL Pure 32 binoculars | Swarovski Optik
In addition to the traditional Swarovski Optik green coloration, NL Pure 32 binos are available in burnt orange (10x32 mm version pictured here).


Similar to its NL Pure 42 mm model, the Swarovski NL Pure 32 mm provides a generous field of view—up to 450 feet at 1,000 yards (for the 10x32 mm, FOV is 396 feet at 1,000 yards). This wide field of view—combined with compactness and ergonomic design—makes the NL Pure 32 mm binoculars ideal for all-day use.

All Swarovski NL Pure binoculars are built from magnesium for maximum ruggedness in a lightweight package. In addition, while working on the design of the new focus mechanism, engineers in Austria endeavored to keep friction to a minimum.

Learn more at swarovskioptik.com.


Read more: New: Swarovski dS Gen. II Smart Riflescope

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