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ATN X-Sight II. ATN-DGWSXS520Z. Customer Reviews - page 1

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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

By Danny from USA on 2019-04-08 07:28:42

Things I liked: Has a decent quality, despite it's cheap price. You wont be disappointed. Set up was easy and simple. Video and Picture capture is awesome. Accuracy is perfect. The second name on this scope is Bulleye for sure! :)

Things I would have changed: Maybe weight could be less, but it's not critical at all

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Overall rating:3.0

Value for money:2.0

By Orlo from USA on 2017-03-19 18:26:16

Things I liked: Lot's of cool technology. Screen is bright and easy to see Has a lot of features including recording the actual shot, etc.. Mine does not seem to support bluetooth even though it claims it does. It does support WiFi so you can control it and actually watch what it's 'seeing'. The Night vision seems to be decent and the enclosed illuminator is pretty decent. I have yet to use it on one of the air rifles at night but have used it just to 'look at things' and it's pretty bright, vision is crisp and goes quite a distance. The built in Picatinny mount is very rugged and I really fit's the rails tight even considering this units heft.

Things I would have changed: I'm not impressed so far, Battery life is not great. I downloaded the firmware updates immediately when I got it. I had the IOS app crash and not function on some non primary functions. First time trying it out on one of my Air rifles, zeroed it, shot a few shots and it hung up. I mean like couldn't turn it off hung up. Like Windows hung up. :) Had to remove the batteries to reset it. Not a good first experience. I'll keep using it (For the $$$ I have to) and see if there are any other updates available.

What others should know: If you have a small air rifle, this could probably outweigh the rifle itself. This thing is a brick. Doesn't bother me as just about all my air rifles are tanks and weigh a ton anyway.

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    By Colin from USA on 2019-05-17
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    Things I liked: I am very impressed so far with the product. Great affordable night vision scope. Good features. Very pleased with the clarity and one shot zero. Outstanding performance for a great value.

     
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    By Danny from USA on 2019-04-08
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    Things I liked: Has a decent quality, despite it's cheap price. You wont be disappointed. Set up was easy and simple. Video and Picture capture is awesome. Accuracy is perfect. The second name on this scope is Bulleye for sure! :)

    Things I would have changed: Maybe weight could be less, but it's not critical at all

     
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    By Michael from USA on 2018-06-01
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    4.52 ratings

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    Things I liked: Feature packed, zeroing easy. Looks great on my bulldog 357. Display on cell phone is really nice. Quick release works well. Very programmable and easy if you connect you phone to it. Upgrades to rangefinder pending. Night vision works very well. I was impressed with the range in near dark. On moon lite nights range is almost as far as you can see. Nice bag to carry it.

    Things I would have changed: Weight is a bit high. My bulldog is heavy with this on it is a muscle builder. Make sure you read the manual from one end to the other. There are steps near the end of the manual that should have been in the beginning. First do the firmware update and then set up the device as 5-20 so the optics matcthe software. If you don't the zeroing and function will be off. I found that out after I made that mistake. So you need to set it back to factory reset. The firmware will stay intact. Go to setting and device, chose your scope 5-20 save and then go to the realistic set up with the zeroing. I don't understand what is shipped it out with alkaline batteries. Put those aside and get yourself some lithium batteries the last longer and lighter. I just ordered some extremely high capacity rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries that are supposed to give you long use before they go. The Luminator uses very expensive photo battery I use in his place a infrared rifle light that uses rechargeables.

    What others should know: I purchased this scope to use for coyote control is actually a good combination with my Benjamin Bulldog 357. And spend some time with the scope it also read some of the other users experience with it. It does make my Benjamin rifle a little on the heavy side but I use a bipod on it most of the time anyway. I like the scope I think for the dollar you can't beat it. I do wear glasses and find that it's easier for me to see from corner to corner with only my safety glasses and adjusting the dipole which allows me to see the screen very well. Tested the rangefinder feature and it's okay not great. ATN is coming out with a rangefinder that will intergrade in to the scope's Bluetooth and automatically input that data into the scope ballistic calculations. The ATN battery pack will not fit on the butt or stock of the bulldog so I using high capacity rechargeable lithium batteries. Those work very well.

     
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    2.0 2.0

    By Orlo from USA on 2017-03-19
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    3.02 ratings

    Things I liked: Lot's of cool technology. Screen is bright and easy to see Has a lot of features including recording the actual shot, etc.. Mine does not seem to support bluetooth even though it claims it does. It does support WiFi so you can control it and actually watch what it's 'seeing'. The Night vision seems to be decent and the enclosed illuminator is pretty decent. I have yet to use it on one of the air rifles at night but have used it just to 'look at things' and it's pretty bright, vision is crisp and goes quite a distance. The built in Picatinny mount is very rugged and I really fit's the rails tight even considering this units heft.

    Things I would have changed: I'm not impressed so far, Battery life is not great. I downloaded the firmware updates immediately when I got it. I had the IOS app crash and not function on some non primary functions. First time trying it out on one of my Air rifles, zeroed it, shot a few shots and it hung up. I mean like couldn't turn it off hung up. Like Windows hung up. :) Had to remove the batteries to reset it. Not a good first experience. I'll keep using it (For the $$$ I have to) and see if there are any other updates available.

    What others should know: If you have a small air rifle, this could probably outweigh the rifle itself. This thing is a brick. Doesn't bother me as just about all my air rifles are tanks and weigh a ton anyway.

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