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Sig Sauer Rangefinders - New Kilo 2400ABS and Kilo 2200MR

New for 2017, the introduction of the Sig Kilo 2400ABS and Sig Kilo 2200MR rangefinders continue to grow and expand the relatively new yet very popular line of Sig Sauer rangefinders. While the Kilo 2200MR is more of an upgraded Kilo 2000; the Kilo 2400ABS is a new rangefinding system which can account for a variety of long and extreme range shooting variables.

 

Sig Rangefinder Comparison Chart 

Full Review >> Sig
Kilo 2400ABS
Sig
Kilo 2200MR

Sig
Kilo 2000

Sig
Kilo 1250

Sig
Kilo 850
Picture Sig Kilo 2400ABS Rangefinder Sig Kilo 2200MR Sig Kilo 2000 Rangefinder Sig Kilo 1250 Laser Rangefinder Sig Kilo 850 Laser Rangefinder
Estimated Price $1499 $599 $499 $299 $199
Display Red - OLED Red - OLED Red - OLED Black - LCD Black - LCD
Power 7x 7x 7x 6x 4x
Weight 7.5 oz 7.5 oz 7.5 oz 5 oz 5 oz
L x W x H 4.2" x 1.3" x 3" 4.2" 4.2" x 1.3" x 3" 3.9" x 1.4" x 2.9" 3.9" x 1.4" x 2.9"
Reflective 2 Miles + 2 Miles + 3400 yds 1600 yds 1200 yds
Deer 1400 yds + 1300 yds + 1200 yds 750 yds 650 yds
Angle Compensation Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Target Priority n/a n/a Best or Last Best or Last Best or Last
Warranty 5 year 5 year 5 year 5 year 5 year

 

Sig Kilo 2400ABS - New

Sig Kilo 2400ABS- Bluetooth Connects to Smartphone

 

- Free Ballistics App Download

 

- Tripod Adapter

 

- Smartphone Wind Meter

 

- Online Average $1499

 

The Sig Kilo 2400ABS is Sig's new premier rangefinder, it features a 7x magnification and is being sold as a system. This new Sig rangefinder can be connected to a smartphone via Bluetooth and can be used in conjunction with a free downloadable ballistics app. The unit also includes a tripod adapter which aids in keeping the unit still while ranging at extreme distances. Also, of note the unit comes with a wind meter that can be plugged into a smartphone. Finally this rangefinder is equipped with sensors for measuring pressure, temp, and humidity; thus making it a likely competitor for the Bushnell CONX rangefinding system. We are still working through the details but look for a full write up soon.

 


 

Sig Kilo 2200MR - New

Sig Kilo 2200MR- Milling Aiming Reticle

 

- Magnesium Housing

 

- 7x Magnification

 

- Hyperscan Mode

 

- Online Average $599

 

In many ways the new Sig Kilo 2200MR is an upgraded version of Sig's first and very popular Kilo 2000 model; and while Sig's website still lists the Kilo 2000 model it is noticeably absent from their 2017 catalog so the new Kilo 2200MR may indeed be its replacement. Besides an increase in ranging cabilities the most noticeable difference is the new milling reticle this new rangefinder is equipped with. Details are currently a little light but we will post an full write up once they become available. 

 


 

Sig Kilo 2000

Sig Kilo 2000- 3400 Yard Max Range

 

- Angle Compensated Readings

 

- Automatic Display Intensity Adjustment

 

- Red OLED Display for Improved Clarity

 

- Online Average $499

 

The Kilo 2000 is Sig's premier rangefinder, it features a 7x magnification and is of the vertical design so we classify it as a hunting rangefinder. The unit has a red OLED display that is unique in that it can be set to automatically adjust the screen intensity depending on available light, or the display intensity can be adjusted manually. Of course the big new is the ranging capability of Kilo 2000 with 3400 yards being listed as the maximum range under ideal conditions on reflective targets.  Read Full Review >>

 


 

Sig Kilo 1250

Sig Kilo 1250- 1600 Yard Max Distance

 

- High Light Transmission LCD Display

 

- Hyperscan - 4 Reading a Second
 

- Dual Purpose Rifle or Bow
 

-Online Average $299

 

Falling in the middle of the Sig rangefinder line up is the Sig Kilo 1250; this unit features a 6x magnification which makes it well suited for those using their rangefinder for both rifle and archery hunting. The Kilo 1250 features a black LCD display but is listed as a "high transmittance" which is allows more light through the unit than a standard LCD display. 

 


 

Sig Kilo 850

Sig Sauer Kilo 850 - Last Target Priority

 

- AMR for Angle Compensated Readings

 

- 4x Magnification Ideal for Archery

 

- 5 Year Limited Warranty

 

- Online Average $199

 

Sig also now has an entry or budget level model called the Kilo 850; this unit has a standard black LCD display and features a 4x magnification. This lower magnification and thus increased field of view should appeal to bowhunters; especially since it still retains the last target priority mode and angle compensation feature of the higher end Kilo rangefinders. 

 


Common Traits

Warranty
Sig Sauer probably has the best warranty of any rangefinder manufacture, providing a full lifetime warranty on the optics and a five year limited warranty on the electronics which protects against defects in materials and workmanship. When compared to current industry standard of a two year limited warranty, the Sig warranty seems pretty good.

 

Hunting Features
All Sig Sauer's rangefinders are currently equipped with both an angle compensation mode, last target priority option, and a scan mode; the trifecta of hunting rangefinder features. Sig calls their angle compensation feature AMR for Angle Modified Range, and their target priority options include either Best or Last mode. Finally, their rangefinders are equipped with Hyperscan technology which basically means they will range target(s) about 4 times a second when in scan mode which is considerably faster than most rangefinders.

 

Battery and Case
All Sig Kilo rangefinders are currently powered by a CR2 battery which has pretty much become the industry standard on vertical style rangefinders these days. Also, in addition to the battery, these units ship with a carrying case and lanyard that can be attached to an eyelet on the back of these rangefinders.

 

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