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THE NEW tM 35 FROM SWAROVSKI OPTIK –Detect. Decide. Hunt.

Cranston, Rhode Island – SWAROVSKI OPTIK NORTH AMERICA, a subsidiary of the Austrian based company is pleased to announce the new tM35 thermal imaging clip-on device. With the tm 35, hunters can count on proven SWAROVSKI OPTIK quality. A thermal imaging clip-on device with modern thermal imaging technology in one, for impressive enhanced vision in twilight conditions or when hunting at night where legal.

Together with SWAROVSKI OPTIK rifle scopes, the tM 35 offers a powerful combination for a reliable point of impact. Re-sighting in is not required after the tM 35 is attached to a SWAROVSKI OPTIK rifle scope via the optional tMA Thermal Monocular Adapter. The tM 35 Thermal Clip-On device is compatible with the Z8i, Z6(i), Z5(i) and Z3 series rifle scopes. Make the right decision and take the perfect shot.

As with our illuminated riflescopes, the tM35 also features the established SWAROLIGHT automatic switch on/off timer. This saves energy and avoids unnecessary, distracting movements. The device is activated when the user takes aim and shoots and is then deactivated when the user puts the firearms down. The automatic brightness adjustment automatically adapts the brightness of the display to the ambient light conditions. Featuring both white hot and black hot modes that often make it possible to identify more details depending on the environment.

Using a rechargeable battery with a 3,000 mAh capacity and a 7 hours battery life with continuous operation with operating temperatures ranging from +5°F to +122°F.

A thermal image does not require light and reacts to thermal radiation. The tM 35 when mounted to a riflescope will allow the user to pick up thermal images of game both day and night. Before using please check your local and state regulations in regard to hunting during night time hours where you will be hunting.

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