Leupold Sx-1 Ventana 2 20-60x80mm Spotting Scope Kit (Angled), Black
- Leupold model #170762 SX-1 Ventana 2 20-60x80mm – angled w/kit
- Includes a compact adjustable tripod, hard side carrying case, soft case, neoprene strap and lens covers
- 100% Waterproof, fog proof, & shockproof
- Guard-ion lens coating sheds water, dirt, and fingerprints for a clear, crisp image
- Twilight Light Management System adds up to 10 extra minutes of glassing light
- Features an extremely smooth focusing system for fine adjustments
- Generous eye relief for comfortable extended viewing
- Built-in 1/4-20 tripod adapter port
The Leupold SX-1 Ventana 2 20-60×80 Angled Spotting Scope Kits are an upgrade from the original Ventana with new styling and the addition of Leupold’s Guard-ION lens coating that repels water, dirt, and even fingerprints. With an 80mm objective lens, this scope gets nearly 80% more light than the 60mm versions.
The Ventana 2 scope sports a BaK-4 prism, rubber armoring, and is waterproof and nitrogen purged.
The lenses are fully multi-coated for improved light transmission.
The kit includes a tripod, soft case and hard case.
Specification: Leupold Sx-1 Ventana 2 20-60x80mm Spotting Scope Kit (Angled), Black
21 x 6 x 15 inches, 1 pounds
5.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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3.5 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
Nathan M Weiser –
This spotting scope really gets the job done. Went out to shoot my precision rifle out to 1000 yards and was able to see hits clearly on steel (on a clear day). Don’t know how it performs in lower light, but I would highly recommend, especially for the price. Did plenty of research prior to purchasing and have been more than happy.
Farid A. –
I’d give it 5 stars for clarity definitely leupold worthy however I have serious doubt for 60x mag, I have a nightforce 32x scope that I can barely tell a difference in at 256 yards I am going to go to 1000 and I will redo the review but if I can’t tell a difference I will return it, too costly to not be able to use at this range. Ok so I took it out today and compared magnification to my NF at 600 yards, I understand there is a wider field of view but this was no where close to 60 power. Still a clear picture but for over 400 wouldn’t buy it.
Clifford Moody –
Under 200 yards it’s fine. Over 200 yards and its ridiculously hard to stabakize it and see clearly.
Range is great and clarity is crystal. Focus seems to stay about center of a very, very wide margin. It is also very light weight and seems durable.
It’s a nice scope. Need it on something steady when you’re way zoomed in
Bob Lee –
The scope and tripod met my expectation as far as clarity. It’s fairly lightweight. The case isn’t okay, but you may want something more durable if you expect the case to be banged around. It’s depth of field is narrow, which is not unexpected, so if you’re looking at things at different distances, you’ll have to make focus changes.
Gary Canon –
Great clerity, light weight but out of box power adjustment wouldn’t fully operate, will have to get it repaired. Big reason I purchased Leupold is the great lifetime warranty.
The scope is wonderful, clarity is phenomenal. But the case came in broke, and the tripod is a little chintzy. And for the price you would think it would be in better shape. But like I say this is very clear.