the new KILO10K-ABS HD 10 x 42 mm laser range finding binocular with BDX 2.0. The KILO10K-ABS has a maximum reflective range of 10,000 yards and includes Applied Ballistics Elite (BDX Elite) onboard along with environmental sensors and digital compass.
The Sig KILO 10K is probably the best binoculars at range finding at long distances. There are a number of choices out there, but Sig outshines others in its class.
The KILO10K also supports BDX External (BDX-X) for connecting to external devices such as Kestrel and Garmin devices. The Gen II LightWave DSP engine features new target modes: Extended Range (XR) and Fog mode along with First, Best and Last target.
The KILO10K binocular incorporates the first Active Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Graphic Display which provides all relevant ballistic information such as range to target, elevation holdover, wind hold, energy on target and velocity at target distance.
All new KILO rangefinders also integrate with BaseMap to provide remote waypoints on ranged targets and can be fully configured with the Sig Sauer BDX App. All KILOs leverage Low Energy / Long Range Bluetooth 5.x for multipoint Bluetooth connections and improved connectivity to BDX enabled riflescopes and sights. The KILO10K ships with a Multicam chest carry harness and WeatherFlow Bluetooth WindMETER.
- Gen II Lightwave DSP Ranging Engine With Extended Range (XR) Mode
- Onboard Environmental Sensors for Real-time Ballistic Calculations
- Drop Remote Waypoints With Basemap App
- Applied Ballistics Elite With Complete AB Bullet Database, Up to 25 Custom Bullet Profiles and 8 Onboard Ballistic Groups
- BDX 2.0 Enabled With Low Energy, Long Range Bluetooth
- Included camo case and wind sensor
The Sig Kilo 10K outshines the competition in long range distance finding. The Sig Kilo 10K has a powerful 1M laser with long distance XR capability, the laser has a very tight 1.5x.06 mil beam divergence, which is tighter than any other on the market as of 2022, when we are listing this product. No other range finding product in the 905nm class comes close. Reflective targets are easily acquired in the dark at 10,000 yards, while trees are acquired during daylight at 4,000 yards, and animals and people (with far less reflectivity) are acquired around 2,000 yards or more. The incorporation of the ballistic computer gives shooting solutions instantly upon target acquisition. the "heads up" display is quite easy to use, and Sig's use of the 304x256 pixel AMOLED is very pleasing to use, while other products have a segmented display.
While the technical of range finding, and ABS shooting solutions are far above others, the binoculars are fully functional, but not as robust as others that are not range finding.
For further information and a very detailed review, see the Sniper's Hide Review of the Sig 10K-ABS HD by @BigJimFish
OBJECTIVE LENS DIAMETER (MM)
FIELD OF VIEW
DIOPTER ADJUSTMENT RANGE
RANGE ON DEER
RANGE ON TREES
1.5 x 0.06 MRAD
Circle, Duplex, Box + Milling Grid
304 x 256 ACTIVE MATRIX OLED
Up to 3000 y
Up to 4000 y
Up to 10000 y