The Sig rangefinder KILO 1250 is one of the most advanced rangefinders on the market with its super fast, digital signal processing software. It has many of the great features of its big brother, and top hunting rangefinder, the Sig KILO 2000.
It also incorporates sophisticated control logic, yet is easy to program and use. This rangefinder represents a challenge to the big name optics brands like Leupold, Nikon, and Bushnell. This device packs a big punch at a budget price around $200.
Sig Saur, have followed Vortex breaking into the optics market. They now also produce a selection of quality rangefinders, riflescopes, spotting scopes and binoculars.
The Sig KILO 1250 has 6x magnification with a 20mm objective lens. Also with Sigs special SpectraCoat™ anti-reflection coatings. This brings superior light transmission and optical clarity. The new Lightwave™ DSP (Digital Signal Processing) technology ensures the fastest speed to range a target and at the longest distances.
Also, in Scan mode, it allows continuously scanning of targets providing 4 range updates per second. And the RangeLock feature displays the last range result when ranging distant targets. The Sig KILO 1250 also features line-of-sight (LOS) or angle modified range (AMR) measurement. As you would expect the measurement range units can be set to yards or meters.
The rangefinder is also compact and lightweight with a polymer body. It also includes a diopter adjustment and a high transmittance LCD display. Also, the device offers user selectable targeting modes featuring “LAST” or “BEST”. This helps the user to target with pinpoint accuracy.
Sig rangefinder KILO 1250 main features
The LightWave™ DSP technology in the SIG KILO1250 rangefinder provides a lot of accurate information quickly. This provides the hunter with what is needed for long-distance accuracy.
Updates range four times per second
SpectraCoat™ anti-reflective lens coatings for clarity
Backed by the SIG limited 5-year electronic component warranty
Our Verdict – Sig Rangefinder 6×20 KILO1250
Like all Sig Sauer’s current rangefinders the Sig KILO 1250 comes with angle compensation, last target priority and a scan mode. Furthermore, these are the features most desired in a hunting rangefinder. Sig calls their angle compensation feature AMR for Angle Modified Range, The target priority mode options include either “Best” or “Last”. The Hyperscan mode is super fast, updating range four times a second. Much faster than the competition!
Sig Sauer warranty is second to none as rangefinder manufacturers go. They offer a full lifetime warranty on the optics and also a limited five-year limited warranty on the electronics. These protect against defects in materials and workmanship.
At this price (under $200) the Sig KILO 1250 offers the amount of quality and desirable features that you would expect from a Sig rangefinder. A genuine piece of kit for the hunter at a bargain price.