Bushnell interact binoculars, matte black

(6 customer reviews)


  • ensure this suits through getting into your version wide variety.
  • ed prime glass is absolutely multi-lined to offer maximum brightness
  • dielectric prism coating and extremely extensive-band coatings offers precision and clarity
  • exo barrier lens coating repels water, debris, oil and fog
  • environmentally-friendly lead-unfastened glass
  • light-weight yet rugged magnesium chassis is absolutely waterproof
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product description

fully multi-lined (fmc) optics draw in light for colourful images

offering fully multi-coated (fmc) optics, ed top glass, and dielectric- and pc3-covered roof prisms, bushnell have interaction dx binoculars attract an great amount of mild and supply bright, high-resolution imagery. These premium optics excel in low-light conditions, letting you notice more certainly inside the early morning and overdue evening and in shady, wooded environments. Bushnell interact dx binoculars deliver crisp 10x magnification and a 340-foot area of view for a clean and comprehensive picture of your concern and the encircling vicinity.

water-proof and fog-proof binoculars with twist-up eyecups

designed to resist moist situations, these black binoculars characteristic an ipx7-rated water resistant and fog-evidence production that keeps the optics safe although they’re dropped in standing water. Bushnell’s proprietary exo barrier guarantees the lenses won’t fog up in vital moments and are blanketed from water, oil, dust, and debris, at the same time as twist-up eyecups make it smooth to get the precise imaging with or without glasses.

locking diopter protects your settings

have interaction binoculars feature a locking diopter that continues your dominant proper eye settings perfectly locked in. To gain your preferred setting, truly pull as much as disengage the lock and twist to discover the proper placement. Then push the hoop back down to have interaction the lock and save you the hoop from moving role.

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due to the fact 1948, our guiding principle has been to provide the highest-high-quality, maximum reliable and low cost sports optics on the market. Our award-triumphing products enhance the leisure of each outside pursuit and empower all people to get out and revel in their ardour. Combining modern-day design and overall performance with a commitment to being accessible to all, bushnell is the maximum identified and reliable sports optics logo within the global.


10×42, 10×50, 12×50, 8×42

6 reviews for Bushnell interact binoculars, matte black

  1. Neil E Rutan

    These are very nice binoculars – they are very similar to the Legend L series in terms of the construction. These have better glass, however. Field of view is the best I have seen for an 8x, at 426′. I like the rubber molded grip surface, however, I can tell that it will scratch easy. It won’t affect performance, but if you are picky about stuff like that it might bug you a little bit. The low light performance is very good, as is the center clarity. The clarity toward the edges begins to diminish, however. There is *some* chromatic aberration, however it isn’t noticeable unless you are really looking for it and have a trained eye to see it, and even then only in very bright high contrast lighting. I think for this price point, Bushnell ought to offer their lifetime warranty, not the limited warranty that it has. The Legend Ultra HD’s and Legend M series have the unconditional warranty, and they are currently at a lower price point. The eyecups twist easily, but don’t seem as sturdy or well designed as those from other companies such as Nikon or Vortex. I think they will work fine, however. They are light weight and pretty compact. Overall I like them a lot. Biggest gripe is the warranty. Vortex, Nikon, Burris and many others offer unlimited warranties with all their products. Get with the times Bushnell! Read more

  2. Scott

    The image quality is very good, similar to the Legend M. Nice wide field of view and easy eye placement, sharpness is good in the center but drops off outside the middle 50%. CA is minimal, much better than some significantly more expensive binoculars I’ve used. On the down side the build quality isn’t as good as the Legend M. The objective covers don’t fit securely and fall off easily. The eye cups move a little too easily. The weight is also higher than Bushnell claims. I measure 24.7 oz for the binocular only vs the 23.5 oz that Bushnell claims. They’re still very compact for an 8×42 though. Read more

  3. Amazon Customer

    We love the Bushnell Engage 10x 72mm binoculars. These have performed well in the field and the engineering standard applied to this product is high. Read on for the details. MAGNIFICATION AND LENS DIAMETER: There are two numbers that describe these binoculars, 10x and 42mm. 10x means that objects will be appear 10 times closer than through the naked eye. Viewing a deer 100 feet away will look like it is 10 feet away. The second number, 42mm, is the size of the lens on the far end of the binoculars. This is important because this determines how much light can enter the lens, which in turn determines the “exit pupil size”. In this case, the exit pupil size is 42mm divided by 10x, which equals 4.2mm. Your pupils can widen to 7mm, so at 4.1mm we find that these Engage binoculars are restricting the amount of light that we would naturally see. Still fine for daylight viewing, and for some low light conditions. But for night or lower light use these are not the correct binoculars, you’d want something closer to 10x 50mm, which would allow an exit pupil size closer to 7mm. PACKAGING AND CONTENTS: These Bushnell Engage binoculars are packaged well and the presentation feel premium. The box slides out, and then has a lid that lifts up. The box and paper inserts are all glossy and made of high-quality materials. Binoculars, instructions, neck strap, microfiber cloth bag, lens covers, and a soft vinyl bag are included inside. Everything fits together nicely, but for the end caps to fit properly the eyepieces must be extended fully and locked. PERFORMANCE AND FUNCTIONALITY: Bushnell’s patented technology, which they call “EXO Barrier”, is a hydrophobic lens coating that prevents fogging. In fact, I have never experienced any moisture build-up on the lenses, so perhaps there is something to this. Other marketing claims include the “BaK-4 Prisms” and “PC3 Phase Coating” but at this point I lose interest. What’s important is that these layers provide bright sharp optics, and for this I can vouch. Like all binoculars, the image becomes unstable because of the slight movements of your hand. This is probably acceptable in the field for a quick magnified scan of the horizon, but for prolonged viewing this is not ideal. The Engage binoculars has a mount on the front middle – remove the screw, use a tripod adapter (not included), and connect to a tripod. Now the image is stable. When looking 1000 feet ahead, the field of view allows one to see 340 feet across – quite nice for a 10x magnification. There are four areas on the binocular that adjustments can be made – the eyecups twist, dioptor adjustment for the right eye, interpupillary distance adjustment, and the center focus knob. The eyecup twist is to accommodate the use of (sun)glasses, the interpupillary adjustment is to calibrate with the true distance between your eyes, the center knob focuses for both eyes simultaneously, and the diopter adjustment accommodates differences in your left and right eye (by focusing only your right eye). All knobs and adjustments are manufactured with a high engineering standard. There is no play or looseness to any mechanical part. All adjustments are made with a perfect amount of resistances and precision. I’m really impressed here, this is a nice product. And at only 23 ounces, these binoculars are not too heavy. While hiking I do not find the Engage 10x 42mm a burden at all. For daytime outdoors viewing, these are perfect. CONCLUSION: A great pair of binoculars which are almost perfect for crisp clear daytime viewing. I’ve used these binoculars while hiking and have seen details that I would otherwise have missed. My only complaint is that for a stable image, a tripod is really needed – and this extra gear begins to become cumbersome to carry. But for active scanning of the horizon in the field, the Bushnell Engage 10x 42mm are an excellent choice. Highly recommended. Read more

  4. Kristin M.

    Yes ED glass, Dielectric Prism coating, “Exo barrier”, Magnesium, etc etc. But bottom line.. the image is only marginally better than my $40 Generic pair. There is significant chromatic and spherical aberration despite all of the marketing buzzwords. The field is not flat, and focus softens at the periphery. Only a small area at the very center of the image is free from aberration. The flimsy annoying lens covers constantly pop off. This product puts too much reliance on buzzwords, and not enough on thoughtful design and carefully engineered APO, aspheric optics. I find myself more often reaching for my $40 lightweight binoculars that have lens covers that stay on and are made from tough poly-carbonate. Read more

  5. Cameron

    It took me a long time looking up reviews of a number of different models and brands of binoculars before I finally settled on these, and I have no regrets. With proper adjustment, you can look at things that are within roughly 8 feet of you. Much closer than that and they’ll start getting blurry, but these weren’t made for looking at something that is already close enough to touch. I used these to look at the moon and I saw craters that I never knew existed before. The image is clear, even in fairly low-light conditions, and everybody who has looked through mine has had nothing but good things to say. You get what you pay for with a pair of binoculars like these. Read more

  6. Dee

    The Bushnell Engage 10X42 binoculars sounded very promising,with extra low dispersion glass ,dielectric coatings and much more. Unfortunately they are not very impressive. What could have been a good binocular is hampered by a very short eye relief and so so optics. The optics are ok nothing spectacular for all that they boast. I own a pair of Bushnell legend l 8×42 which in my opinion the optics are much brighter and sharper than the Engage. The only reason why i may keep them as back pair of binoculars . Is because they were on sale for $130 which is a good price point.. But I’m still on the fence about them. Not sure if i can live with the optics Read more

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