Bushnell trophy binocular, inexperienced 8×32, roof prism machine and focus knob for easy adjustment

(8 customer reviews)


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  • capabilities absolutely multi-coated lenses, bak-4 prisms and lead-loose glass
  • heavy-duty a hundred% water-resistant/fog evidence construction
  • large center attention knob and 2-step twist-up eyecups
  • textured, non-glare, non-slip rubber armor absorbs shock
  • 8x magnification; 393′ discipline of view; 10′ near focus; weighs simplest 15. 5 oz.

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product description

completely multi-covered (fmc) optics and top class bak-4 prisms

top notch bak-4 prisms and a couple of layers of anti-reflective coating on all air-to-glass surfaces deliver vibrant, excessive-evaluation photos.

rubber armored housing and ergonomic thumb grips

featuring dura-grip textured, non-glare rubber armor, these water-resistant hunting binoculars are designed to withstand the elements. Smooth-touch thumb grips allow for comfy, smooth coping with in the discipline, even as hinged short-turn lens covers make certain your targets are protected against dust and debris whilst not in use.

ipx7-rated water-resistant and fog-proof

bushnell trophy bone collector searching binoculars have been designed and built utilising the cutting-edge water-proof and fog-evidence technology. They’re o-ring sealed for complete moisture safety and nitrogen purged to take away all internal moisture and prevent fogging.

bushnell: the enterprise leader in high-performance sports activities optics

when you consider that 1948, our guiding precept has been to offer the best-first-rate, maximum reliable and low priced sports optics available on the market. Our award-triumphing merchandise decorate the enjoyment of each out of doors pursuit and empower anybody to get out and enjoy their passion. Combining cutting-edge layout and performance with a dedication to being on hand to all, bushnell is the maximum identified and authentic sports optics logo within the global.

8 reviews for Bushnell trophy binocular, inexperienced 8×32, roof prism machine and focus knob for easy adjustment

  1. Sammy Ray

    After shopping online for sometime I decided to go to a Bass Pro Shop to compare binocular models. I did not even have the Bushnell Trophy in mind when I went, but after comparing it to others (even some more expensive brands), I found the Bushnell Trophy to be the most comfortable, bright, and clear model in the price and size range I was looking for. I bought it through Amazon because their price was $30 cheaper (in addition, I got a $30 rebate during a temporary offer from Bushnell). The product description on Amazon did not mention the objective lens covers, but they are included along with a mesh carrying case, a soft-cloth carrying bag/ lens cleaner, and a strap. I posted some pictures for reference. The body feels very durable and very well-made, and I like that it is waterproof and fog proof. I am also pleased that Bushnell offers a comprehensive warranty which does not require registration to activate. So far, I am very pleased with my purchase and I look forward to many days of wildlife viewing with my children on nature hikes and camping trips. Read more

  2. mdbradbury

    I ordered the Bushnell Trophy 8×32 along with a pair of Wingspan UltraHD binos for my kids who need a bit better pair than their super compact nikon binos. The Wingspan binos were defective, so I used a pair of Leica BN 10×42 for comparison. I am an avian ecologist and have spent hundreds of hours looking through binos, and have used mostly professional level optics (ED) from Nikon and Pentax. For less than $80, I was highly impressed with the Bushnells. The view in normal lighting was surprisingly bright and sharp, and similar to the Leicas (note that the Leicas, though, are 10x). That is not to say that the Bushnells are equivalent to the Leicas, but are surprisingly good. The Bushnells weigh 19 oz with their objective lens caps. They did not come with lens caps for the ocular lens (eye pieces) which is a bit disappointing. The diopter adjustment (eye-equalizing) on the Bushnells was spot-on with the other quality binos I use (slightly + for my eyes), and was fairly easy to get the adjustment correct. The view was sharp and bright in normal light, with a little aberation at the edges. Both of my kids, who were reluctant to give up their compact binos, had the same reaction: “Wow, these are great. Can I have them?” The binos were easily adjustable to all our eyes and faces, with or without glasses. They feel good to hold, though I suspect my kids will find them a bit heavy at times. But, that’s to be expected to get a better view. I’ll definitely be buying another pair to carry with me when I don’t want to carry the (heavy) Leicas. So would I give up my Leicas for these? No. There’s a lot that goes into the overall experience of a pair of binos. How they fit your face; how they feel in your hands; stability while looking through them; clarity and brightness from edge to edge; usability in low light; reduced fatigue from higher quality lenses; quality of the diopter adjustment; the remarkable feel and intuitive use of the focus ring. That’s what you get (or expect to get) when you spend $2k or more, and possibly what you need if you use them a lot and for difficult subjects. But I’m not sure spending $200-$400 on a pair of binos will get you a significantly better pair than these Bushnells (anymore). As always, it’s best to try out several pairs at different price points to get the best fit for you. I recommend you try these, too. Read more

  3. Janet H. Wells

    Once again a good bang for your buck. Clear and bright image, almost to the very edges of the field of view. At 32 mm optics and 4 mm exit pupils not outstanding at dusk or dawn, but during daylight hours you’ll be hard pressed to find better at this price. Their big brother 8×56 is a humdinger and the bee’s knees for twilight situations due to its 7 mm exit pupils which in combination with the 56 mm optics give a twilight factor of 21.2 – compared to the 16 of these here 8x32s. Read more

  4. Chironimo

    I wear glasses and found the eyepieces to be difficult to adjust to acquire a quick clear image. They should be made of a softer material. The focus adjustment is large and easy to use even while wearing gloves. The lens adjustment on the right lens also adjusts easily and is well marked.. The lens caps are attached to the front lens by a rubber ring. Lost one the first day out. I liked the design of the caps but a drop of super glue on the ring was in order. Lost the other cap a couple of days later. The quality of the glass is quite good, light gathering acceptable for the size though not great. Not much advantage to be gained in low light but they are only 32mm. Nice weight, not to heavy, seem to be quite sturdy. Bounced around in the truck for a week of elk hunting just fine. Neck strap is just a strap, no neck pad but adequate if wrapped under a collar. Overall pleased with the performance at this price. Read more

  5. darin haider

    Very nice little binocular. Perfect if you want small and lighter, not heavy, big, and clunky that bogs you down. I use these for both deer hunting and coyote hunting when I am walking long distances. Small enough to fit in a big pocket, or I use a chest harness to keep them ready at all times. Good clear view and nice focusing. Read more

  6. AhoyMate

    This binoculars arrived with a nice case and they felt very comfortable to hold. I only gave them a three star because the focus for me was a little tricky. There was a focus adjustment on the right lens and also the typical focus adjustment in the middle of the binoculars. I seemed to get them out of synch pretty easily so it seems I spent more time trying to get the focus right than I did actually viewing. I love the brand so I will be checking for a different style and returning these. Read more

  7. bnucci24

    Really solid binocs with good eye relief and focus. Focus wheel was super smooth and all actions were perfect. This was a pretty heavy binoc for my intended use so I ended up returning for a more travel friendly 8×32 in a very small frame. If I wanted a full size binocular for local use I would likely get a higher mag and bigger objective but this is a really cool middle size if that is what you prefer. Read more

  8. Sam S.

    Great binoculars but needs a better close focus. Easy focus wheel and nice clear images but for my needs on birding these don’t focus close enough to our feeders to get a sharp image. Couldn’t use them. If you don’t need less than 10 feet buy these they’re quite a deal at this price. 4 1/2. stars Read more

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