Pulsar's NEW Axion Thermal XG35 Series
More NEW Thermal models from Pulsar?! Yes, that's right.
Read about Pulsar's newly released Axion 2 XG series of thermal handheld spotters (don't worry, we can offer comparison tools to help you out). Their first thermal monocular to include the highly sensitive 640x480 sensor, offering top level imagery! Read on to find out more...
These new thermal spotters come into Pulsar's impressive, pocket-sized Axion range, offering the best sensor in the line!
The First Pulsar Monocular to Feature an XG Sensor
We know how hard it can be to keep track of all the different Pulsar thermal models (we struggle to keep up sometimes too!), but there are a range of helpful tools to see/read about the differences.
The Pulsar UK importer, Thomas Jacks, offers an excellent Pulsar Axion thermal comparison video (side by side imagery) here.
Alternatively, see our page on how to use Pulsar's excellent comparison tool for side by side comparisons of each models features.
These NEW Pulsar Axion XG models come with all of the expected features and benefits, plus upgraded software for improved electronics and upgraded 7 hour battery life!
Though these thermal imaging monoculars may be compact, they remain extremely durable thanks to the incredibly tough magnesium alloy bodyshell, which reliably protects the internal components from shocks, moisture, and extreme temperatures.
They are also incredibly lightweight, weighing just 300g (XG35) and 350g (LRF XG35), these monoculars are comfortable to grip
As usual, eight colour palettes are available, including White Hot, Black Hot, Red Hot, Rainbow, Ultramarine, Red Monochrome, Sepia, and Violet. Each palette will optimise the user's experience in different ways, be it improving object detection, recognition, and identification, or reducing fatigue over long periods of observation.
We do also offer in-store comparisons, for those who wish to see the differences first hand. Contact us to arrange an appointment.