Discussion in 'Night Vision/Thermal' started by DarkNight, Jan 9, 2019.
HALO-LR Thermal Scope – N-Vision Optics
Anyone have experience with this company? Is this focusable?
Haven't heard of them. Price range?
Just realized it's new, taking orders at SHOT Show, heard on a podcast one of the reps say it'll be less than 60mm trijicon mk 3
There's a lot of room in the less than Trijicon country. I'm sure if they are any good, Todd will know about it soon and let us non-informed know. Be interesting to see the new offerings at SHOT Show this year.
What happened to the N-Vision TWS-13 series. I don't see them on their website anymore. Some vendors online still have them though.
Todd will be carrying them, he is currently demoing their new units in the field..Huey Outdoors
Well, their scopes are shown with smaller lenses than Trijicon and less magnification. That potentially would correspond with a lower price. It will be interesting to see if Trijicon adjusts their prices to meet the competition.
Out of curiosity, I requested a quote on the scopes from the website. I did not post the prices I was quoted here as I did not want to interfere with whatever Todd might be doing with them. Bottom line is they above my pay grade.
I am always annoyed with the “call for quote”.
Just put a price online. Or make it like a game show and at least give us the total number of digits.
Could be five?
Higher or lower than Pulsar?
Higher or lower than Trijicon?
Or if you want to be less specific, which one is it closer to price wise?
Higher than Pulsar, Trijiconish.
If anyone can "call for the price" wouldnt they just give the caller the MSRP? Why the need for secrecy?
Vendors are often contractually obligated to not post a price below a MAP (minimum advertisable price). They may sell to you for less than MAP, but no quotes will be given in writing lest they break their contract with the manufacturer. So you have to call in to get their price.
It is a way that the manufacturer attempts to maintain brand value.
Now that the N-Vision Halo thermals are available, can anyone update us on their impressions of them that has hunted with them. Most of the reviews and videos are of the 50mm version, but I’m more interested in the 25mm version. I’d like to know how it compares to the Pulsar Trail XP50 in clarity, FOV, magnification.
I think Todd at Huey Outdoors may be of some assistance.
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