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Zeiss Victory 8x26 T* PRF Rangefinder

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Destined to become an essential companion for all hunting trips, the Zeiss Victory 8x26 T* PRF rangefinder was recognized in 2009 with an Outdoor Life Editor's Choice Award. This rangefinder offers all-around convenience and performance. High-performance optics with the Carl Zeiss T* coating and two-element Achromat 26mm lens deliver bright images even in poor light conditions. Just press a button and the Zeiss Ballistic Information System delivers exact measurement and accurate holdover readings. Zeiss provides a lifetime transferrrable warranty on the optics and a 5-year limited warranty on the rangefinder.

Construction Features
Polycarbonate Body Is lightweight.
Rubber Armoring Provides a secure, non-slip grip.
Multi-position Eyecup Twists up and down for comfortable viewing with or without eyeglasses.
Design Features
Waterproof Optics are sealed with O-rings to prevent moisture, dust, and debris from getting inside the rangefinder.
Fogproof Barrels are filled with nitrogen gas to inhibit internal fogging.
LotuTec® Lens Coating Repels water and residue on outer glass surfaces.
Magnification 8x
Objective Lens Diameter 26 mm
Range 10-1300 yards
Field of View 330 feet/1000 yards
Eye Relief 17.5 mm
Weight 10.9 ounces
Length 3.8 inches
Weatherproofing Waterproof
  • Case
  • Strap
  • Eyepiece cap
  • Lithium 3V Type CR 2 battery

Total Reviews: 3

Average Rating:

Zeiss 8x26 T Range finder - 03/22/2012

by Ted from Fort Wayne, Indiana

I was originally set on either the Leica or Zeiss rangefinder binoculars, The Excellent Geovid by Leica or the Zeiss Victory 10x56 both rangefinder binos. When I saw the limited 5 year warranty on the two and figured if the electronics failed on either, I would have to send it in for repair and be without a fine set of eyes. Eagle Optics in Wisconsin also advised me on this possibility. I have since settled on the Zeiss 10x56 Victory as well as the Zeiss range finder as separate pieces. The combined price of both is still somewhat cheaper than a unitized pair. The Zeiss 8x26 rangefinder measures both in feet and meters as well as having a utilitarian ballistic compensator for hold over when rifle shooting. The Leica Rangefinder Binocular combo has a significant $400 premium to measure in feet as opposed to the European metric meter measuring system. The Zeiss 8x26 T rangefinder is small enough and light enough to fit a hunting jacket with no incumbrances. The Zeiss rangefinder also measures on the "release" of the push button allowing for better vibration free measuring. A steady hand and a delicate release when focused gives very accurate and repeatable readings. It is a "monocular" in the true sense but focus is sharp. I have measured a known 100 yard and 450 yard target from my property and readings are within 1-2 yards accuracy at 450 yards. Stepping backwards two yards from my 450 yard target yielded 452 yards as expected, definitely a fine and accurate instrument from the well known Zeiss optics.

Great Rangefinder! - 01/24/2011

by Thomas from Monroe, Louisiana

Everything I wanted in a rangefinder. It adapts to a variety of situations, it is very simple to use, and it provides remarkable long range readings. I am very happy with this purchase and would recommend it to anyone looking for a high end rangefinder.

Zeiss Rangefinder - 10/18/2010

by Susan from Oklahoma City, OK

Thank you so much for your easy to order website and quick shipment of the Zeiss Rangefinder. These were an early gift for my husband (and me as well) for one of his hunting trips early next year but we can also use it for deer season if needed this year. After comparing the top brands, the Zeiss outperformed Swarovski, etc... with regard to optics even though these do not compensate for the true ballistic distance due to angle. Basically, if you hunt and know what you're doing, you should be able to compensate for the angle yourself pretty much on the fly anyway. We're very pleased with them and with your company and would recommend both highly. Thank you and we'll do business with you again for similar hunting and/or other purchases.

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