Pulsar are upgrading the very popular 30mm tube design of the Thermion 2 XP50 with a seamlessly integrated laser rangefinder (LRF) and the improved “Pro” sensor, which is their best sensor! The sensor sensitivity of NETD <25mK means that even in the harshest of weather conditions, you should still achieve excellent detail recognition.
This laser eradicates doubt and allows for precise distance measuring, with a measuring distance up to 800m. The scope has a thermal detection range of 1800m and, when paired with the LRF, makes for an amazing shooting experience. It is also great for shooting at long distance as the base magnification increases eightfold from 2x to 16x.
The Talion XQ38 is Pulsar’s brand new, functional thermal scope. A completely different design to the Thermion scopes, the Talion is compact, lightweight and includes a multipoint mounting prism, meaning you can comfortably position your rifle scope to reach the perfect viewing position. Eye-relief at its easiest!
The Talion also has a unique and practical battery cover which comes with a rapid extraction lock, allowing the battery to be replaced as fast, effectively and flawlessly as possible. One charge can hold 9 hours of battery life, more than enough for a hunt!
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In comparison to the previous generation of Axion Thermal Monoculars, this new series features a longer battery life and better image quality, while keeping the products at a great price point.
The LRF version comes with a built-in laser rangefinder, made for precision, and is the only thermal spotter Pulsar currently does that has a true laser rangefinder.
They feature a high pixel resolution of 384x288, allowing you to see small details even in the worst of weather conditions.
The Axion 2 XQ series also comes with a build in video recorder. You can store footage and picures on the spotter, or it can be stored on the online Pulsar cloud!
To learn more about these two models, visit Pulsars blog here.
The new Axion XM30F replaces the extremely popular XM30 S, and is a fantastic pocket sized thermal spotter. This model has high-cost characteristics at a low-cost level.
Like a lot of the Pulsar models, the body of the devise is made from magnesium-based alloy, making the product incredibly durable, light and water resistant! The battery life has increased from 4.5 hours to 7 hours, compared to the older XM30 model.
A key stand out feature is the display. It has been designed to withstand freezing cold temperatures, down to -20°c.
To learn more about this model, visit Pulsars blog here.
Still confused by all the models? Fair enough, there are a lot!
Luckily Pulsar has an excellent comparison tool on their website. Follow the below steps (product dependent) to compare key features of similar models side by side:
Visit Pulsars website here.
Navigate to “Products” and click a product you are interested in. For this example, let’s say the Helion 2 XP50 Pro thermal handheld.
Once on your chosen products specific page, click on “Specs” near the top of the page (you should then see the image below, depending on your chosen product. Please note this sometimes takes a minute to load.)
From here, click “Add to comparison” and you will then see the below image appear.
This allows you to select another 2 models to compare alongside your original model. Click “Add to comparison” in each/either of the squares and select a model you would like to compare. For our example, we selected the Helion 2 XQ50 and the Axion 2 XQ35, as shown below:
This is a handy tool for quick, technical comparisons but, as always, if you would rather speak to a member of the team about which Pulsar thermal may be best for you, please do not hesitate to contact us!