Piecing together your first night vision setup is usually a daunting task. You’ll need a helmet, shroud, mount, the night vision system itself, and a solution to carry and store the gear securely. You’ll also have to source these things from reputable firms, understand the important thing specifications, and ensure that they’re all compatible with one another. Armasight has made the method much easier by introducing a recent package called the Ultimate Night Vision Kit. This kit brings together a bunch of top-notch components from Armasight and other well-known firms equivalent to Elbit, Team Wendy, Wilcox, and OTTE Gear.
Check out the video below for an summary of the Armasight Ultimate Night Vision Kit:
Ultimate Night Vision Kit Contents
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This Ultimate Kit is sort of a ready-to-go pack for seeing at midnight, featuring your selection of a PVS-14 monocular, BNVD-40, or BNVD-51 goggles — all with Gen 3 white phosphor tubes from Elbit Systems. Various tube grades can be found for individuals who want the clearest image and highest FOM rating possible. There’s also a thermal hybrid option, which means that you can pair an Armasight Sidekick 320 or 640 thermal monocular alongside an MNVD-51 or PVS-14 night vision monocular.
Each night vision kit comes with an Armasight Gray Team Wendy helmet, a special gray Armasight G95 Mount made by Wilcox Industries, a Watchman IR Illuminator to light things up, and a custom OTTE Gear helmet bag, also within the signature Armasight Gray.
Depending on the package you choose, there are included accessories equivalent to a Rayvn Rail + 2 PODs bridge for Sidekick thermal systems, a 30mm Ring Mount for NV systems, and a Battery Pack for BNVD-40 and 51 systems. All of those kits will likely be available from Armasight’s website in addition to select dealers.
See Through the Dark
The foremost idea behind this bundle is to make it so simple as possible for anyone to get their hands on a ready-to-use, high-quality night vision setup. All kits are backed by a 3-year warranty from Armasight. Pricing ranges from $6,399 for a PVS-14 monocular kit to $9,999 for a BNVD-51 dual-tube kit.
Whether you are fascinated with shooting, mountain climbing, or just stargazing after nightfall, this kit from Armasight is an appealing option. It cuts out the trouble of shopping for components individually, and ensures you get all the things you would like at the identical time with a single warranty.
We’ve already spent a while testing the Armasight Ultimate Night Vision Kit, so keep an eye fixed out for our full review in Issue 58 of OFFGRID — coming soon.