ZeroTech binoculars


TSA Outdoors has some 50 years’ experience in the optics industry and in recent years developed a range of riflescopes to suit the requirements of Australian hunters and target shooters.

TSA wanted something that would withstand our Aussie conditions. In addition, it wanted to design its own range of riflescope reticles with unique features to benefit the Aussie market.

The result is ZeroTech and its Trace, Thrive and Vengeance series of riflescopes that cover all disciplines including hunting, target shooting and long-range shooting, in a large variety of magnifications, reticles and configurations.

Add to this illuminated and non-illuminated scopes and the option of first or second focal plane models.

ZeroTech has now released a new range of binoculars to complement its fine range of riflescopes. An addition to the Thrive series, these binoculars are available in the choice of 8×32, 10×32, 8×42 or 10x42mm and offer excellent clarity.

Of roof prism design, they also feature fully multi-coated lenses, diopter adjustment, centre focus wheel and an ergonomic rubber coating for non-slip grip and protection from knocks and bumps.

Thrive binoculars feature a modern look and feel and come complete with ocular and objective protective caps, a flip-top carry bag, shoulder strap and unconditional lifetime warranty.

Another interesting point that really impressed me with regards to all ZeroTech products is their exceptional packaging and presentation, which also includes setup instructions and even a QR code scan for an online instructional manual.

The Thrive range of binoculars retail from $240 to $300 and represent excellent value for money. Ask for them at your local gun shop or visit www.zerotech.com.au.


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Tony Pizzata

Tony's hunting career spans more than 50 years, from small game here in Australia through to big-game hunts around the globe. His first article was published in Sporting Shooter magazine almost 40 years, and he has worked full-time here as National Sales Manager and Field Editor for over 35 years. Tony's contribution to Sporting Shooter's solid foundations spans its printed history as well as its move to a digital future.

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