Pulsar is a well-known manufacturer of thermal imaging and night vision equipment, including thermal units. While there are many factors that contribute to the quality of thermal units, there are several reasons why Pulsar is often considered one of the best in the industry:

I have the Helion 2 Monocular which I bought 18 months ago and the clarity of the picture is second to none. Off the back of being out vermin shooting with friends, they have been really impressed with this piece of kit, and subsequently added it to their gear.

The Pulsar monocular is also really handy for stockmen and night watch men on stud and racing yards, as you can see so clearly. They allow you to see for miles and the imagery is crystal clear, it would be easy to see if an animal was in trouble.

They are a really multifunctional piece of kit. I often keep mine in my pocket when I am out walking my dog. It is great being able to see the beautiful wildlife we have on our doorstep in its natural habitat. In the spring being able to watch hares chasing around the fields and boxing is a pretty cool!

Why Pulsar is my go to for thermal and night vision.

High-quality sensors:
Pulsar uses high-quality sensors in its thermal units that are sensitive to temperature differences as low as 0.05°C. This allows the units to provide clear and accurate images, even in low-light conditions.

Advanced image processing:
Pulsar’s thermal units use advanced image processing technology to enhance image clarity and reduce noise. This technology allows for improved target identification and tracking, even in challenging environments. The clarity of the imagery really is second to none.

Ergonomic design:
They are designed with user comfort and convenience in mind. They are lightweight, compact, and easy to operate, even with one hand. This makes them ideal for extended use in the field and your arm won’t get tired.

The units are built to withstand harsh environments and heavy use. They are made with rugged materials and are water-resistant or waterproof, depending on the model.