Vortex Optics has added a new member to their family of binoculars. The new Triumph HD 10×42 is an HD model at an affordable price point. Let’s take a closer look at the specifications and features.
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Vortex already makes several lines of binoculars. The new Triumph HD will sit below the Crossfire HD in terms of price. The specifications of the Triumph HD, Crossfire HD, and Diamondback HD 10×42 options are all very similar. Luckily for us, our friend Nicolas at the sister site AllOutdoor already got his hands on a pre-release sample. His review is already live.
The Triumph HD includes various accessories in the box. Those include a GlassPak harness, neck strap, and objective lens covers. The GlassPak is both a harness and protective cover. Vortex lists the Triumph HD MSRP at $149.99. However, various retailers are currently listing them at $99.99. At that price, it will be easy to pick up a pair to leave in a glove box or hiking backpack or to bring along in the camper as a backup pair of binos. Look for the new Triumph HD 10×42 at a dealer near you soon.
From the manufacturer:
Get the binocular with the best image quality, ergonomics, and durability in its class. Fully water, fog, and shockproof. Fully multi-coated lens for edge-to-edge sharpness and light transmission you’d expect in binos that cost a lot more. Stow them in your truck, backpack, or go-bag for light-duty glassing. This rugged, HD optical system delivers adjustable eyecups and a diopter for custom, comfortable viewing. Also ships with useful neck strap and adjustable GlassPak™ harness for fast access and easy carry wherever outdoor adventure takes you.
All images from Vortex Optics.
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