The new ROMEO-X series of optics from SIG Sauer Electro-Optics is inspired by the recently released ROMEO-M17. As such, SIG said “the ROMEO-X delivers military-grade performance, reliability and durability for civilian everyday carry.”
Two ROMEO-X series of red-dot sights are available, the ROMEO-X Compact for micro-compact pistols (including the P365), and the ROMEO-X Pro for full-size pistols (including the P320).
As mentioned, the ROMEO-X Series red-dot sights are available in a compact version (ROMEO-X Compact) to fit micro-compact pistols, and a Pro version (ROMEO-X Pro) to fit full-size pistols, featuring a distortion-free aspheric glass with a Beryllium Copper flexure-arm adjustment system. Additionally, the 7075 aircraft-grade aluminum housing sports machined anti-reflection grooves on shooter facing surfaces.
ROMEO-X Series optics incorporate a high-efficiency point source red LED emitter with a two-MOA dot/32-MOA circle reticle, side independent brightness adjustment buttons, 15 brightness settings (including night vision settings), and a side-mounted CR1632 battery compartment with a threaded battery cap, so the optic does not need to be removed from the pistol for battery changes.
Additionally, the ROMEO-X series offers a low deck height for standard-height iron sight co-witness, has a minimum continuous runtime of 20,000 hours at medium brightness setting and uses MOTAC (Motion Activated Illumination), MAGNETAC (Magnetic Activation) and D.A.R.C (Dark Adaptive Reticles and Coatings) technologies.
MSRP for the ROMEO-X Compact is $519.99, and for the ROMEO-X Pro the price goes up to $589.99. Go to sigsauer.com.