Sig Sauer Echo1 Digital Thermal Imaging Reflex Sight

Sig Sauer Echo1 Digital Thermal Imaging Reflex Sight
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The ECHO1™ Digital Thermal Imaging Reflex Sight from SIG SAUER® is the most innovative direct view thermal sight in the world. Based on the newest generation of thermal imaging sensors, the digital sight provides for day or night time predator and hog hunting, while functioning similar to a conventional reflex sight using both eyes open for fast and intuitive target acquisition with greatly improved situational awareness. The sight is also perfect for home defense, law enforcement, military, and search and rescue situations.

Note: The photos shown are stock manufacturer photos. You will receive a factory sealed sight that has not been removed from the box or tampered with. Specifications are subject to change.


  • 206×156 Uncooled VOx Bolometer Array
  • 5 default reticles and the ability to design / upload new reticles
  • Sight can take pictures, individual and burst mode
  • Color LCD display for day/night time direct view targeting
  • White or black hot menu selectable plus color palette and game highlight
  • Top mount peep sight and ROMEO1 adapter plate for backup sights
  • Includes a M1913 Picatinny cross-slot STANAG compliant mount
  • Thermal detection >1000 yards, Targeting range >300 yards
  • Electronic zoom from 1x to 2x
  • IPX-6 waterproof
  • 30 Hz frame rate
  • 8 hour minimum runtime


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UPC Code798681552047
ManufacturerSig Sauer
Accessory RailNot Applicable
FFL RequirementsThis product is ITAR controlled and can only be exported with a valid export license issues by the U.S. Department of State Office of Defense Trade Controls prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation(ITAR) per Title 22 parts 120-130.
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