Night vision and thermal imaging expert Pulsar, distributed by Thomas Jacks, will be sponsoring the new optics village at The Game Fair 2021.

We caught up with Thomas Jacks’ marketing manager, Lee Adams, to find out more about its plans.

Firstly, Lee, it’s been a ‘different’ year to say the least. What has Thomas Jacks and Pulsar been up to you in that time?

Despite the interruptions bestowed upon us this year, Thomas Jacks’ business has remained constant and there has been no shortage of new products released from Pulsar.

Towards the beginning of the year, the Helion 2 XP50 & Accolade 2 LRF XP50 handheld thermal imaging devices were launched, featuring a sub 40mK thermal sensor that provided a better image in conditions that were traditionally very difficult for thermal imagers to perform well in, such as heavy rain and fog.

Recently the launch of the Axion XQ38 LRF answered a lot of people’s requests for a thermal imaging monocular with a built-in laser rangefinder. The most recent launch has been Krypton a thermal front attachment with a 640×480 12μ thermal sensor and an expansion to the popular Thermion series with two new XQ models.


How excited are you to be returning to the Game Fair in 2021?

We’re thrilled to be returning to The Game Fair as it provides us with an excellent opportunity to get the full range of Pulsar products into customers’ hands for them to compare side-by-side.  And, just as importantly, for us to get feedback directly from Pulsar users.

What makes Pulsar so important to The Game Fair audience?

Pulsar’s products appeal to a wide cross-section of countryside-orientated occupations and hobbies, from shooting and conservation to land management and security. We believe that Pulsar offers the best performance/price ratio of any consumer night vision and thermal equipment. Pulsar’s products are proven in the field, backed by a three-year warranty with UK support and it iscontinually improving products – even those already on the market.


What is Pulsar planning to bring to /launch at the show?

We hope that by the time that The Game Fair happens Pulsar will have released a groundbreaking product, not previously seen in the mass consumer market. We’re not going to say too much more at the moment but we imagine it will revolutionise the night vision/ thermal imaging market as much as the arrival of affordable thermal imaging did.


What else can visitors look forward to?

We will also be having a viewing platform, providing far-reaching views, to demonstrate the detection range and image quality of Pulsar’s thermal products.


Finally, with the cancellation of major international trade events like SHOT Show and IWA, The Game Fair with its new trade concept must now present an even greater opportunity for the industry meet together and do business. Any thoughts on this?

For a long time, we have found consumer-orientated shows a great place to do B2B business and also invite suppliers to support us whilst meeting end-users. With SHOT and IWA cancelled, we see that The Game Fair will provide perhaps the only opportunity in 2021.

www.thomas jacks.co.uk

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