All-New 2022: Meopta MeoPro HD Plus Binocular

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posted on January 5, 2022
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Meopta Sport Optics knows that Americans love high-definition images, and that we love them even more when we're out in the field hoping to ethically harvest wild game. This year, the company is launching its all-new MeoPro HD Plus binoculars. The name remains the same as the previous generation of MeoPros, but it's a completely redesigned Gen 2 version. Now available in 10x42 HD and 8x56 HD models, the Meopta MeoPro HD Plus can be had for a mere $499 and $749, respectively.

Of course, the key selling point is that the MeoPro HD Plus binocular features a more advanced HD optical system, which delivers sharper, brighter images and better contrast and resolution than the Gen 1 models. Hunters will also appreciate the edge-to-edge clarity, wide field of view and outstanding low-light performance in this mid-priced line.

The focus wheel has been redesigned for a smoother, faster and more precise focus. The modern exterior design, with durable rubber armoring, provides a better and more comfortable grip in all weather conditions. The lightweight magnesium alloy body is built to withstand the most brutal hunting conditions and is tripod adapter ready. Twist-up eyecups are metal with a soft rubber exterior, making them extremely durable and comfortable while eliminating the risk of breakage. They are also designed for easy removal and cleaning.

“We wanted to bring in certain elements of our higher-end binoculars to this mid-priced MeoPro line for an improved user experience,” said Jaroslav Dosedl, Global Head of Meopta Sport Optics. “The new optical system and advanced lens coatings deliver outstanding low-light performance that hunters have come to expect from Meopta, and additional upgrades to this new MeoPro HD Plus line improve handling, comfort, and overall performance in the field.”

Meopta’s MeoShield anti-abrasion lens coating offers added protection to exterior lenses while the MeoDrop hydrophobic lens coating easily repels rain. The diopter adjustment is located under the right eyepiece. Both models are nitrogen purged, shockproof, and fully sealed for fogproof and waterproof performance in the most demanding conditions. Like all Meopta optics sold in the United States, they are backed by Meopta’s Lifetime Transferrable Warranty. MeoptaSportsOptics.com

 

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