EOTech Vudu 1-6 Scope

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The Vudu 1-6 is a compact and light-weight LPVO (Low Power Variable Optic). The First Focal Plane allows the optic to easily be used with both eyes open. On “1” power the reticle is large like on a traditional Eotech holographic sight. When the optic is magnified the circle moves to the outside edge of the optic and the detailed crosshair or horseshoe reticle becomes visible in the center.

The Vudu also has an illuminated reticle, and while this is for useful for low-light applications, it is important to note that it’s barely visible in the bright sun.

We like the Vudu because of the weight, glass clarity, and reticle size for speed.
A throw lever is included with the Vudu. It screws into the body of the scope.
Magnification1-6x
Objective Lens24mm
Focal PlaneFirst Focal Plane
Eye Relief1x: 83-100mm; 6x: 82-100mm
Exit Pupil1x: 11.4mm; 6x: 4.0mm
Field-Of-View (Degrees)1x: 19.4 degrees; 6x: 3.2 degrees
Field-Of-View (@100 Yards)1x: 102.4 ft; 6x: 16.7 ft
Exterior FinishFlat Black; Type III anodized
Battery TypeCR2032
Overall Length270 mm (10.63 in)
Weight20.1 oz (570 gr)
Tube Diameter30mm

Exposed Optical Surface Treatment Lens Coating
Broadband anti-reflection coating

Total Elevation Adjustment Range About Factory-Defined Zero Reference
± 14.5 min MRAD or ± 50 MOA

Auto Power Shut-Off, Typical Time Interval at Which Power Will Shut Down to Preserve Battery Life
Approx. 2 hrs

Battery Life, Typical Time of Use at Middle Brightness Setting at Room Temperature
Approx. 500 hrs

Mounted to a Geissele Scope mount – standard.

Windage and Elevation Increment Per Click

SR1 Model: Approx. 0.2 MRAD

SR3 Model: Approx. 0.5 MOA

Which Geissele Scope mount do you recommend for this?
The 1.93, or the Super Precision Extended length. 30mm obviously.
How does the weight of the Vudu compare to the Vortex Razor 1-6 HD-E?
The Vudu is 20.1oz, the Razor is 21.5oz.
Is it annoying on 6 power not having much data for holds?
It depends on the shooter. The Vudu is definitely more of a speed scope more than a precision scope.
How’s the durability?
We’ve bashed ours around for over a year. It’s been fine.