The Bino Suspenders distribute weight evenly throughout the upper body.
About Swarovski Optik
Although established in 1949, Swarovski Optik's roots actually trace all the method back to 1895, when Austrian Daniel Swarovski-- who developed the world's first electrical grinding maker for precious jewelry stones-- established the family-owned Swarovski Crystal in the province of Tyrol. Since then, the name Swarovski has actually become synonymous worldwide with the clearest crystal, precision grinding, and a brilliant spirit of development, as the initial business continued branching out into extra industries.
Swarovski Optik owes its rise to Wilhelm Swarovski, child of the initial founder and a passionate pastime astronomer, who chose to construct his own better binocular in 1935 at a mere 17 years of age. With access to the specialized glass production and completing technologies already used to manufacture precious jewelry stones in his dad's factory, Wilhelm managed to establish an unique prism fabrication and grinding process that he used in building his first 6x30 binocular. Wilhelm went on to found Swarovski Optik KG in Absam, Tyrol, in 1949, thus laying the foundation for a sports optics business with a worldwide credibility. His business's first serial item, the Habicht 7x42, is still an industry standard in the field of hunting optics and continues to be produced in the very best custom of its founder.