In a significant update to its popular thermal optic line, AGM has introduced the Rattler V2 model. With a series of enhancements and refinements over the original Rattler thermal optic, the new version aims to offer users an improved experience in performance and practicality.
One of the key updates is an improved button layout, designed to make navigation simpler and more intuitive for the users. Additionally, the focus knob and lens covers have been upgraded to enhance durability and ease of use.
A critical aspect of any thermal optic device is its battery life. The Rattler V2 introduces a new lithium battery pack that provides between 9 to 11 hours of runtime. The device also comes with two batteries, ensuring users have adequate backup for extended usage.
Another user-friendly enhancement is an updated menu layout. In conjunction with the newly improved zeroing, this feature allows for a more streamlined adjustment and setting process.
The Rattler V2 comes in a variety of resolutions and objective lens diameters, offering a range of choices suited to diverse user needs and preferences. Full specifications for each model are available for review on the AGM website.
The Rattler V2’s weight of only 1.13 pounds is one of the standout specifications, offering a lightweight solution without compromising the product’s robust features. It also includes an impressive field of view, boasting 40 feet at 100 yards.
The newly launched Rattler V2 is already on the market, and its Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) ranges from $1094 to $4944, depending upon the selected model. Considering the extensive improvements and added features, the new generation of the Rattler thermal optic presents a compelling upgrade for users of the original model and a competitive option for those seeking a reliable, high-performance thermal optic.