The Bino Caddy M19 is an adjustable pouch with a harness for carrying your binoculars on your chest.
It lets you carry your binoculars securely, comfortably and ready for action when you need them.
Binoculars are an essential piece of kit when hunting. But, they can work against you if they're not secure or if they slow you down when you need to get your rifle into action.
We built this caddy/harness, so you don't have to experience that problem.
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We built the caddy and harness to help you operate your binoculars efficiently. Your binoculars are protected and supported by several key features.
They sit in an adjustable caddy and are secured with a magnetic buckle. This buckle lets you operate the caddy with one hand, and the length can be varied to support different binocular makes and models.
Your binoculars can be attached to the harness via an optional set of retention straps. They allow you to drop your binoculars, in case you have to react extra fast to a shooting opportunity. They also provide an added layer of security.
The caddy is built from two layers of Cordura classic nylon canvas, reinforced with plates of 1 mm high-density polyethylene (HDPE) sheets. At the base, it protects the objective lenses. At the top, an adjustable and optional cover protects the ocular (eyepiece) lenses. You can remove this cover if you prefer to use the eyepiece rain guard that comes with your binoculars.
The harness can be adjusted and opened in both sides. It’s also detachable so you can add accessory pouches to the side straps. That lets you carry a pouch for a separate rangefinder or build out your kit when the situation demands it.
We designed the caddy to work with binoculars that are roughly within the following dimensions:
Binoculars that should match these dimensions include Zeiss RF 8x42 / 10x42, Swarovski RF, Sig Kilo 3000, Vortex Razor HD, Steiner Ranger Ext 10x42, Kahles Helia 8/10x42, Kahles Helia 8/10x42 RF, Leica Geovid 8/10x 42.
Please note that there may be some rounding errors between the metric and the imperial measurements above. And, unfortunately we can’t guarantee compatibility, so please contact us if you have any questions relating to a particular make and model of binoculars.