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Bushnell h2o water-resistant/fogproof porro prism binocular

(8 customer reviews)

$88.46$88.47

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  • porro prism binoculars
  • textured grip
  • waterproof & fog proof
  • bak-4 prism eyecups
  • 100% water resistant, o-ring sealed and nitrogen purged for reliable, fog-loose overall performance
  • bak-4 prisms and multi-lined optics offer crisp clean pics with improved light transmission
  • non-slip rubber armor and smooth texture grip absorbs shock and offers a company grip
  • 10x magnification and 42mm objective diameter; 15-foot close recognition distance; 16mm eye comfort
  • big middle-recognition knob for smooth adjustments; twist-up eyecups; limited lifetime warranty
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product description

multi-lined (mc) optics and top class bak-4 prisms

offering multi-covered (mc) optics and top rate bak-4 prisms, bushnell h2o water resistant/fog-proof compact binoculars maximize light transmission to deliver clean, vibrant pix.

ipx7 construction is one hundred% water-resistant and fog-proof

specifically designed for wet situations, those waterproof and anti-fog binoculars are o-ring sealed, which means they can face up to being dropped in status water. They’ve also been nitrogen purged to to eliminate all internal moisture and prevent fogging.

clean center recognition knob and brief-adjusting eyecups

those binoculars are complete-featured but clean to use, with a big center recognition knob that helps you to sharpen picture quality with a easy turn. Twist-up eyecups facilitate speedy viewing and allow the binoculars to be adjusted with no trouble for humans sporting glasses.

bushnell: the industry leader in high-overall performance sports optics

in view that 1948, our guiding principle has been to provide the highest-exceptional, most dependable and less expensive sports activities optics in the marketplace. Our award-prevailing merchandise decorate the amusement of every outside pursuit and empower all people to get out and experience their ardour. Combining contemporary design and performance with a dedication to being available to all, bushnell is the most recognized and respectable sports optics logo inside the world.

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Black, 10x42mm, Black, 12x42mm

8 reviews for Bushnell h2o water-resistant/fogproof porro prism binocular

  1. Judith

    These particular binoculars are Supurb for the price. I ordered them for a trip to Alaska and having them made the trip so much better. We saw Dall Sheep high on the mountain clifs, Humpback Whales clearly from about 400 yards, nesting Bald Eagles , Stellar Sealions, Puffins, and Mountain Goats with their tiny kids running on a very small grassy knoll high on a jagged cliff. Trust me you won’t miss anything with these binoculars. There were several Europeans on the same tour and they commented on our ” matching” Bushnell binoculars. I am completely satisfied with the adjustability, clarity and ease of use. They came with a fair case dusting cloth and lens caps. The enclosed strap held nice and securely that was more comfortable than I expected. The shipping was super fast and they were packaged securely. Read more

  2. JVMD

    7X50 is the best way to go if you aren’t going to stabilize your binos against something else, allowing you to see what you’re looking for in spite of unavoidable user movements. That’s why 7X50 became the standard for people out on the ocean in small craft. I live in the country, with long range views, surrounded by wildlife, and I wanted to be able to leave these binos out on the counter, ready to go, whenever I wanted a close up. Our bird-feeders have attracted over 23 identified varieties of birds in the first two years since we started the list, and the Bushnell H2O waterproof 7X50 does everything I wanted, without costing me an arm and a leg. Read more

  3. M. Merritt

    I purchased these for a trip to Yellowstone. I wanted something decent, but could not bring myself to spend a couple hundred on some I only occasionally would use. I also did not want to end up having an unexpected rain storm messing up my binoculars. Well I can’t comment on the waterproof part, as we had excellent weather, but we did spot many animals in the distance and these binoculars provided excellent clarity and magnification. These were by far the favorite for the group when viewing animals at a distance. They are a bit heavy for hiking, though they do have a very nice wide padded strap that comes with them so hiking with them around your neck is not out of the question. This type of binocular is bigger and heavier by design and I knew that would be the case so I didn’t mark them down for it at all. The important thing here was that they were used by multiple people and everyone was able to adjust them quickly and easily for a clear view of whatever animal we had spotted in the distance. Read more

  4. Dennis

    They have a weight and feel of quality but way too tight. Hard, physically to focus. If you need them in a hurry, say wildlife looking or for a license plate going by, forget it. You will need time to adjust. I took back another star. Update. I owned them since June, 2017 and now, Oct, 2018 I have to send them back to the repair station. I cannot get the interpupillary distance correct. I feel crossed eyed. Update. I sent them to Bushnell 10/25/18 and received a replacement free 13 days later. (I should have done this right away with Amazon) The only cost was $13.65 postage and another $10 Bushnell wanted for return shipping. They are great now. I gave back 2 stars. I guess I got a lemon originally. Read more

  5. Cliff Lloyd

    I really can’t fault these binoculars. They are bright, steady and seem to be well made, with a firm and precise feel to all controls. I bought them to keep on my boat for finding landmarks, channel markers etc. and they do a great job. At $70 I am not going to cry if they fall overboard or get damaged. I have never tried an expensive pair of binoculars so can’t compare but an expensive pair would need to be pretty amazing to make these seem inferior. Read more

  6. Miguel Escudero

    I have use them just a few times on the water, a couple of times with rough weather. Just after the first time they got humidity inside, still usable but bothering. Another day, they fell twice from about 2 feet in the boat and one side broke already (not the lenses but the tube inside). They can’t be used anymore. Net, cheap but not worth unless they get no water and you are careful not to drop them at all. I guess I will need to spend more and get something from West Marint. Read more

  7. Patrick Craig

    Heavily-made and sturdy, but the eye pieces have a plastic ring for adjusting your focal distance that breaks very easily if bumped – whether closed against unit – or extended. The plastic ring is beneath the rubber outer ring so you don’t realize how thin and easy to break it is. We’ve had numerous units break with small impacts like bumping against a hand rail or other object. The strap that comes with these units is so chintzy that we had to replace them with sturdier Nikon versions. All-in-all if the focus ring wasn’t so weak, and the strap wasn’t so cheap, these would be pretty durable units. Read more

  8. Ray Ruckus

    I bought two pairs of these, one for my wife, the other for me. One can focus if the object is far away (a couple hundred feet), but the other pair never does get in focus AND has double vision regardless of the adjustments made. I compared them to my Pentax 16×50 and that pair can focus on an object at just over 20 feet away. The focus is also difficult to turn. I will be sending them back. Read more

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