Tuesday, January 23, 2018

New CL Companion binoculars from SWAROVSKI OPTIK

Cranston, Rhode Island - SWAROVSKI OPTIK NORTH AMERICA, a subsidiary of the Austrian based company announces the new CL Companion binocular. The latest product in the CL family has been completely redesigned and sets new standards with its advanced optical and mechanical design. The binoculars are easy to use and guarantee excellent viewing comfort with extraordinary image quality. Thanks to its very special features, the CL Companion is the perfect companion for anyone seeking the freedom to experience more during their time in the field.

A key element of the binoculars is their new balanced optics concept. Utilizing a larger eye box this provides every user with an unforgettable yet comfortable viewing experience with high-contrast images that are razor-sharp and color-true. The new CL Companion also delivers a very impressive field of view.

The binoculars are both lightweight and rugged thanks to their slim,
compact design and solid magnesium housing. The carrying strap
with rotating quick connector adapts smoothly to every movement.
The CL Companion is available in two magnifications (8x30 and 10x30) and two colors: green and anthracite.

The new accessory package consists of a field bag with carrying strap and a binocular strap. These premium accessories in matching styles and colors are extremely fashionable yet still grant optimum protection. Customers can choose from three different designs – NORTHERN LIGHTS, URBAN JUNGLE, and WILD NATURE.

Dean Capuano, Director of Communications for SWAROVSKI OPTIK NORTH AMERICA, said ““right from the moment you pick up these new CLs, you just feel the difference in comfort and then you will notice how quickly you can acquire targets through them, even for the novice binocular viewer. The ease of use and high performance of these small binoculars makes it a must have out in the field.”

View CL Companion Videos

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If you require any further information or photography please contact: Dean J. Capuano, Director of Communications
2 Slater Road, Cranston, Rhode Island 02920