Summary: My first pair of hunting binocs -- started late in life -- and as far as the optics they worked reasonably well for several seasons of muley and pronghorn hunts in Colorado. Well enough that they convinced my buddy, a lifetime hunter, to update his older binoculars.
Summary: I purchased these for my wife. Unlike some of my other optics she had no problem adjusting these to her eyes. Not as bright and crisp as the some of the others I own but for thirty bucks on sale I think they were a great buy!
Summary: I bought these to use as a backup to my Burris Fullfields, which need to be sent back to Burris to replace a broken eyecup. One of the other reviewers said these were as good as some more expensive models he owned.
Summary: I got these on sale and for the price paid they were a great deal. Obviously not the best optics money can buy but if you need a cheaper set to throw in the bottom of a kit somewhere, these will do just fine.
Summary: Not that impressed for the 10x42 Explorer model, which is this same Buckhorn model that other vendors sell. I was kind of disappointed when I got these for a pre-season scouting trip. Hard to focus right in....the adjustment is too loose and you can't refine the 'one spot' of focus.
Summary: I'm a little disappointed in them, I guess i was expecting a little more from Bushnell. I'll keep them, and throw them in my pickup's glove box so I'll have a back up pair, but I'll still use my old ones.
Summary: Purchased these to replace the same pair stolen from me about 2 years ago. I expected what I got. Not the best on the market, but a really good pair of binoculars. If I had one wish...It would be that Bushnell Fixed the from eye piece caps.
Summary: The Bushnell Perma Focus, Roof Prism Binoculars should have performed well in the woods. Hunting in a variable terrain environment requires sturdy and reliable equipment. Due to the less than stellar makeup of the carrying strap, Bushnell might help to make the experience more enjoyable by...