STYRKA Pride: The Optics Warranty That Has You Covered!

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USA -( Many optics makers offer a warranty with their products-but darned few offer what Styrka does!

When you purchase a Styrka binocular, rifle scope, red dot or spotting scope, you also buy what we call STYRKA Pride. The warranty that beats all warranties.

Simply put, the STYRKA Pride Warranty means that in the event of damage or malfunction, we will repair or replace your Styrka optic free of charge. No questions asked. No registration required. No receipt needed. And, no matter who bought it.

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The only caveats? The warranty does not cover theft, loss or intentional damage.

Plus, we’ll take care of your Styrka optic even if you don’t. Once a year, you can send us your Styrka product and we’ll clean it, tune it as needed and send it back to you virtually as good as new, on our dime. Forever. Yes, we are that serious.

Now, we don’t think you are going to need the warranty for quality issues, because we put thousands of hours of design and testing into our optics. But, let’s be honest: we’re all human and mistakes happen.

And the world is an accident prone place, where hunters do drop their rifles right onto their optics. Where binos take bounces off boulders. Where spotting scopes and their tripods take spills on windy days.

But whatever the problem, you and your Styrka optic have no worries. STYRKA Pride has you covered!

To learn more, please visit their website.


About Styrka:

Launched in 2015, Styrka offers a dynamic line up of hunting scopes, binoculars, red dots and spotting scopes. The Styrka philosophy is simple but non-negotiable: make high quality optics at affordable prices; always tell your customers the truth about what optics can and can’t do; and, stand behind your products 100-percent, forever. Styrka Pride. Styrka Strong.

To learn more about Styrka Optics, please visit their website.

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4 years ago

Styrka is apparently a startup company originating in Minnesota in 2015 that imports all its products from Asia. I have some reservations about the long term viability of a super duper lifetime 100% warranty offered by a company that’s only been around for such a short time. Considering that most startups fail, and despite their best intentions, that warranty won’t be worth much if (when?) they close their doors.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
4 years ago
Reply to  HankB

@HankB, Well, that fits Minnesotans import all their cab drivers from Somalia. And there is no guarantee that the cabbies will follow U.S. law, either.