First a few facts.
There are two main parts in a great bino harness system.
• The caddy
• The harness
The harness is the critical piece that keeps your binoculars under control. It also needs to move with your body and distribute the weight. That's easier said than done.
So one thing surprised me.
The harness was the easy part.
The caddy took the best part of a hunting season to refine.
In essence, a caddy must deliver three key benefits.
• Clean optics
• Easy access
• Snug fit
Getting the right balance between the elements is critical for success.
Here's why they're important.
This one is pretty obvious. Without clean optics, your binoculars are close to useless. Or they rob you of precious time when sorting them out.
Without easy access, a harness system will slow you down.
And speed is king when getting ready to shoot. Deer usually don't give you a second chance.
When you quickly need a second look at the trophy. Or when you are suddenly in a hurry to shoot.
The caddy must be quick to use.
The caddy must meet the goldilocks rule... Not too big. Not too small, but just right.
It's useless if it doesn't fit. And it will drive you crazy if your binos rattle around.
With so many makes and models of binoculars, that's a tall order.
Our solution is the Bino Caddy M19
It's a bino harness/caddy system that meets these requirements. It keeps