Welcome back to another unboxing article. Today, we have the new Primary Arms SLx-25 Micro Red Dot. We are going to be talking a look at Primary Arms new generation of red dot to see what it has to offer. So, Let’s dive into this unboxing.
Unboxing The Primary Arms SLx-25 Micro Red Dot
Before, we dive into the box let’s check out the packaging. Primary Arms sends you the new red dot in a well constructed box. Not too big, not too small, but just right. On the outside of the box you are greeted with a picture of the box on top. Along the sides it has the features and specs of the red dot. The outside of the box also includes a picture of how the red dot will appear inside the optic.
Once you open the box the Primary Arms SLx-25 box you are welcomed to a well laid out box. You have some high density foam that has been cut out to hold the optic and mounting accessories. The SLx-25 includes a low base and standard base, risers and spacers for various mounting options, Allen keys, lens cleaning cloth, and one CR 2032 battery in the optic.
Overall the packing and unboxing experience from Primary Arms is solid and gives you the feeling of quality.
Features and Specs
The SLx-25 from Primary features all the things you would expect from a solid red dot. You have a 2-MOA dot, compact and lightweight design, 50,000 hour battery life, multi coated lenses, and 12 illumination settings. What more and more optic manufacturers have been adding is night vision settings to their red dots. Primary has done so also by adding 2 night vision settings to the SLx-25 red dot. All in all the SLx-25 provides you all you need as a shooter and a little more with the inclusion of night vision capabilities.
Below is the complete feature and spec list.
• Wide field of view
• Compact, lightweight, and durable
• Crisp 2 MOA red dot
• 50,000 hour battery life (5+ years) at medium setting
• Uses one CR2032 battery (included)
• Next generation ruggedized mounting system
• Includes risers and spacers for mounting to 0.96”, 1.41”, 1.54”, or 1.64” central height
• Compatible with standard micro mounts
• Fully multi-coated anti-reflective lenses
• 12 Illumination settings for bright days and night vision compatible
• Just 3″ long and 6.5 Oz.
• Fog resistant
• Battery Life: 50000 Hours
• Battery Type: CR2032 3V Lithium
• Brand:Primary Arms
• Brightness: 12 Settings
• Click Value:1/2 MOA
• Finish: Hardcoat Anodized
• Material: Aluminum
• Night Vision Compatible
• Reticle: 2 MOA Dot
• Reticle Color: Red
• Size: Microdots
• Warranty: Lifetime
• Weight: 6.5 oz.
First Impressions of the SLx-25 Red Dot
My first impression of this optic is good. I really enjoy the build quality of this red dot. At, my job we used the Primary Arms 1st generation read dots and they take a beating and keep on ticking. Really, well made red dots. This new SLx-25 red dot seems to have that same rugged build quality. The rotary knob has a good tactile feel when turning. The knob is stiff because it’s new but, moves smoothly. I like the added touch of having dimples on the turrets so you can make adjustment without the need of a casing or multi tool. I love when companies do that.
It’s a good looking micro red dot also. I enjoy the design language and lines they chose for this optic. It just looks clean and mean. In a good way though. Everything design wise seems to have its place.
The most surprising part of the SLx-25 is its field of view. I didn’t think that 5mm would make that big of a difference but, man does it. It’s feels like you are able to suck up so much more in our field of view. I instantly noticed the difference once I peered through the glass. I had to look through my Vortex Crossfire and Truglo red dot sights to see if I was crazy or imagining things. That 5mm gives so much in the field of view just increasing your situational awareness through your optic. Which I find particularly dope. All in all Primary Arms SLx-25 gives off a strong first impression.
Currently the Primary Arms SLx-25 is sold out. You can get on the list to be notified when available.
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