Sig Sauer has long been known as one of the top manufacturers when it comes to firearms and the many accessories that go with them. In recent years, the company has rocketed to the top of the outdoor optics industry by producing exceptionally well-made rangefinders, binoculars, spotting scopes and other items that users have recognized as being more than useful in the field.
These binoculars offer some features that are incredibly useful to those who enjoy target shooting for fun, as well as hunters who have to rely on a solid pair of binoculars and rangefinders in order to give themselves the greatest possible advantage to harvest the animal they’re going after.
Sig Sauer Kilo 3000 BDX Rangefinder Binoculars Review
Let’s start this off with the specs.
Sig Sauer Kilo 3000 BDX Rangefinder Binoculars Specs
- 10x magnification
- 42mm objective lens diameter
- 5.75” x 2.5” x 5” dimensions
- 31 oz. overall weight
- 1.5 MRAD laser divergence
- IPX-4 waterproofing technology
- Uses 1 CR2 battery
- 4,000 ranges run time
- Circular reticle
- Range deer up to 2,000 yards
- Range trees up to 4,000 yards
The Kilo 3000 BDX Rangefinder Binoculars are made with specialized capability known as Ballistic Data Xchange (BDX) technology. This feature provides users with an automatic illuminated holdover dot by using Bluetooth pairing capability.
Users will need to operate these binoculars with a Sig Sauer Sierra 3 BDX riflescope in order to fully utilize the maximum amount of features and capabilities these binoculars have.
The product is able to work with smartphones and other tablet devices that feed information using weather data from stations like the Kestrel Weather Meter.
These binoculars are able to calculate specific bullet trajectory by using Applied Ballistics software that helps to give users an idea of where they will hit when they fire their rifle.
These binoculars also use Revolutionary LightWave DSP Technology that is able to range targets out to an incredible distance thanks to its lightning-fast rangefinder engine. The Revolutionary LightWave DSP is known as one of the fastest and most accurate rangefinder engines available on the market for 2021.
The system uses HyperScan Technology to range up to 4 updates per second while being used in scan mode. Operating the binoculars in RangeLock mode allows users to view the last range result when scanning long-distance targets.
Seamless Integration and Pairing with Bluetooth Devices
By downloading the Sig BDX app to a smartphone or tablet device, users can fully optimize their shooting experience with this set of binoculars and fully utilize all the capabilities it offers.
The Sig BDX app is compatible with iOS and Android devices and supports G1 through G7 ballistic coefficients that makes setting up the app to your specific caliber bullet much easier instead of having to go through the many different tables of ballistics information for each specific size and caliber bullet.
Using the Sig BDX app alongside the Kilo 3000 BDX Rangefinder Binoculars and Sierra 3 BDX riflescope allows users to seamlessly and easily to show holdover and wind holds in real, live time through showing specific points on the reticle of the binoculars.
Users can automatically synchronize up to 25 custom ballistic profiles that can be accessed with a few clicks using the Kilo 3000 BDX Rangefinder Binoculars paired with the Sig BDX ballistics app on their smartphone or tablet device. The app is free to download and use on any iOS and Android devices.
The Sig Sauer Kilo 3000 BDX rangefinder binoculars are some of the highest rated binocs on the market.
Rangefinder Binoculars Lens Quality and Construction
The Sig Sauer Kilo 3000 BDX Rangefinder Binoculars are made to the same high-quality standards as other Sig Sauer products which are known for being greatly effective in the field, as well as durable and able to withstand just about anything you’ll encounter.
These rangefinder binoculars are crafted with SpectraCoat technology that is specially designed to offer anti-reflection lens coatings that create superior light transmission ability as well as optical clarity.
The outer coatings on the binocular housing are made with highly durable material that helps to provide a level of shock absorbent material in case a user happens to drop their rangefinder binoculars or come into contact with a solid object that might otherwise cause severe damage to this product.
The Kilo 3000 BDX model comes with a padded case that also has an adjustable strap so users can pack them along with the rest of their gear into the field.
The housing is also made with waterproofing technology that ensures the interior will not become damaged if they’re used in an overly humid or moist environment.
Best of all, the Sig Sauer Kilo 3000 rangefinder binoculars come with Sig Sauer’s Infinite Guarantee that is intended to cover any malfunction or damage that is sustained to the binoculars themselves, as well as the company’s Electronics Limited Warranty which helps to provide coverage for any malfunction or damage that might occur as it related to the interior components and technology of the rangefinder binoculars.
For anyone looking to get their hands on a quality pair of binoculars that’s also capable of functioning as a serious rangefinder that can outperform most other models in the field, the Sig Sauer Kilo 3000 is arguably the best on the market for 2021.
Whether a user is simply trying to get a better look at a potential target as they would with a traditional pair of binoculars, or if they’re trying to accurately range a target out to several hundred yards away, the Sig Sauer Kilo 3000 BDX rangefinder binoculars are able to do both with exceptional clarity and precision.
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