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Tech Talk: Bushbuck Bino-Pro Binocular Bag


  • Easy access to your bino's and essentials

  • Weighs on 432 grams (+ 230g harness)

  • Fidlock® magnet system

  • Heaps of storage


Video: Bino-Pro Tech Talk

Groundbreaking Design

The Bushbuck Bino-Pro Binocular Bag is a groundbreaking piece of kit for hunters that want fast, easy access to essential items on the go. The main thing we were trying to achieve when engineering this bag was the ability to have your binoculars, range finder and ammo within reach at all times. We also wanted to make use of the latest magnet technology from Germany company Fidlock® to create a bag that’s functional, versatile and as silent as possible.

The main compartment consists of a top flap that magnetically closes over the mid flap using three adjustable locking points. Inside the main compartment, you’ll find an elastic pocket at the back for holding smaller items and a pocket on the side for holding a lens cloth. On the front of the mid flap, there’s a clear pocket for holding the likes of a range card or similar item.

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Inside the Bag

At the back, tucked away in the mesh pocket, there are two elasticated cords with clips that attach to your binos. However, if your binos have their own mounting system you can simply take these clips off. The main compartment of the bag is 160mm wide, 160mm high and 85mm deep. But you can easily expand the bottom partition to create more room for larger optics. In the easy-access bottom compartment, you can hold a rangefinder and up to five high-calibre rounds in elastic loops. On the side of the harness are two webbing loops for attaching extra pouches and clipping on the likes of your GPS. There are also two additional pockets for small items. On the back of the bag, there’s comfortable foam padding, a built-in rain cover, and a pocket large enough to store your phone.


The Harness

The harness can be adjusted to fit comfortably and is ergonomically designed to sit between your shoulder blades. We’ve even added in another storage pouch on the back of the harness for small accessories like a knife, snacks and other refreshments. With the bag only weighing 432 grams (the harness is an additional 230g), the Bino-Pro Bag is a no-brainer for the added convenience you get from it. The Bino-Pro Binocular Bag is fully compatible with all Bushbuck hunting packs. We’ve really put a lot of thought into making this bino bag the best on the market, packing it with as many helpful features and compartments as possible. But don’t take our word for it, check out what some of our customers have to say about the Bino-Pro.


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Customer Reviews

“Spent last week Tahr hunting, found the Bino-Pro was quick and easy to operate with my 10x42 binoculars, and range finder in the bottom pouch. Was, in my opinion, the best among the three different brands we had among my mates” .- Andrew C. “Purchased the Bino-Pro for hubby. He was so impressed with all of the compartments and thought that has gone into the manufacturing of the product. Now I am jealous and want one for myself!” - Tina M “Replacing my much more expensive Badlands bino harness, this thing is legit. Had a Vortex one, Hunters Element and Kuiu and this is by far the most versatile and feature-packed. And, the best value by far... Buy one.” - Paul W

Jonathan Carson

Jonathan Carson is a Content Writer and Copywriter at Bushbuck. He's a wordsmith who handles most of Bushbuck's website, marketing copy and oversees our blog, The Campfire. 

Outside of work, he's big on hiking and dabbles in surfing and bouldering. His favourite wilderness area in New Zealand is Nelson Lakes National Park, particularly the Blue Lake, home to the clearest known freshwater in the world.

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