Bushnell Fusion 1 Mile Laser Rangefinder Binocular

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posted on March 28, 2013
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3/28/2013

Bushnell Outdoor Products has combined optics and distance measuring technology in its Fusion 1 Mile laser rangefinder binocular.

The Fusion 1 Mile is available in 8x32 mm, 10x42 mm and 12x50 mm configurations, featuring BAK-4 prisms with PC-3 corrective phase coating and XTR prism coating technology for resolution and image clarity. It also comes standard with the RainGuard HD lens coating for clarity in all weathers.

With a range between 10 and 1,760 yards, the Fusion 1 Mile is the most powerful laser rangefinder in the Bushnell lineup. It also comes with Angle Range Compensation technology, which accounts for terrain angle when providing true horizontal distance and holdover information. 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, and it has three modes of operation: Bullseye, Brush and Scan.

Built from a lightweight, durable rubber-armored chassis that is fully waterproof and fog proof, the Fusion 1 Mile is field-tested and all-weather ready with the suggested retail price of $999.99 for the 8x32 mm, $1,199.99 for the 10x42 mm and $1,299.99 for the 12x50 mm.

The Fusion 1 Mile is backed with a 100 percent money-back, no questions asked Bushnell Bulletproof 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.

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