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Bushnell Offers No Questions Asked Warranty on Optics

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Bushnell is an iconic name for high-quality optics that are fog-, shock- and waterproof. Now, consumers can add bear-snack-proof, crazy-brother-in-law-proof, and even rough-handed-airline-baggage-handler-proof to its list of attributes. Regardless of how your scope, binocular or spotting scope gets wrecked, Bushnell has one response: “Yes, that’s covered.” The all-new No Questions Asked Lifetime Warranty applies to all riflescopes, binoculars, and spotting scopes in the Trophy, Trophy Xtreme, Legend, Elite, and Elite Tactical lines.

“It’s our absolute, everlasting pledge to honor our customers,” said Jordan Vermillion, Bushnell Global Director for Optics. “We’re proud of our products and we are willing to guarantee complete satisfaction. We promise to repair or replace our product and ship it back at absolutely no charge.”

The new No Questions Asked Lifetime Warranty launched at the 2016 Archery Trade Association Show in Louisville, Kentucky. The new warranty is fully transferable and covers accidental damage as well as defects in materials and workmanship. No receipt or warranty card is needed. Bushnell will simply repair or replace the product with one of equal or similar value and/or specifications. Plus, unlike many competitors, Bushnell will return the product with no shipping or handling charges. It’s the best warranty in the business, and it’s only from Bushnell.

Bushnell has thrown down a great warranty. Which optic is in your future?

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Comments (16)

  1. My Bushnell AR scope had a fall where the Power Control Lever broke and I sent it in after I tried to bug the 5 to 10 dollar piece of aluminum that broke and I was denied repair. With a letter that said the repair was more than the value of the scope and that I could get a slight discount on a new one. Not happy at all with their “Yeah that’s covered warranty”. I was / am in shock

  2. I have a Bushnell custom. It book says it has a lifetime transferable warranty. But the iron clad warranty doesn’t include those. I’m confused.

  3. I have a pair of 10×42 seclusion 3D Bushnell. Buckhorn binoculars and was hunting this year and the justable eyepieces fell off and they don’t work now without them what do I do return them .and the camouflage coating where you adjust for clearness is tearing

  4. I have a pare of bushnell equinox night vishon that have stopped working first the ir light stoped and than after that the hole thing stoped workjng i have put new batterys in it and that did not work if you can let me know how i gl a bout geting them replaced under worrinty that be good thanks for your time and hope you have a good christmass seasan

  5. I HAVE AN OLDER PAIR ON BUSHNELL BANNER 10X42 BINOCULARS. THE ROUND DISK ON THE BOTTOM STATES “MADE IN JAPAN AH 00408” MARKING ON THE ROUND DISK. MY RUBBER EYE PIECES ARE BAD. TRYING TO FING NEW ONES. I HAVE USED THESE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT FIELD FOR MANY YEARS AND THESE ARE MY FAVORITES. THANKS FOR ANY HELP.

  6. I have a Bushnell 3 x 9 that has gone “cloudy” when you look through it. What address should i send it to get it fixed?

  7. I purchased a pair of 10×32 240 feet at 1000 yards bushnell binoculars. The eye piece has broken off. How do I get a replacement?

  8. That’s a good point, Dave. Will they honor scopes etc., purchased up to this point? I have never had anything more high line, than Bushnell on any of my hunting rifles, my whole life. Even still have one that was my favorite, untill it got dropped. The 3×9 Banner was excellent, and the 3×9 Sportviews have served me well in the field.

    1. I will be talking to the guys from Bushnell next week at the show. I will confirm with them. I do know the press release talks about certain models. ~ Dave Dolbee

  9. Does the “all-new No Questions Asked Lifetime Warranty” apply only to recently purchased Bushnell products, or will it cover the Bushnell binocs I bought 20 years ago?

  10. I’ve been carrying my Bushnell rangefinder around for 10 deer seasons now and I believe it will out last me. I’ve been extremely pleased with its accuracy and reasonable acquisition price.

  11. This is a good thing and I applaud Bushnell for doing it. Well done!

    For years I used Craftsman tools in my home and as a professional mechanic because no matter how old the tool was or how I broke it, they would replace it no questions asked. Hi Point guns are the same way. Even though officially the warranty is to the original owner, I’ve had them honor it with a gun I bought at a yard sale.

    So now I compliment Bushnell.

    Optics, and all shooting and outdoor gear get hard use, and for a company to give a warranty like this means I will look at their products first every time.

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