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. Beyond 300 yards these things lose their sharpness. I have Simmons 10x42 Wilderness Binoculars which dial better than these..
Summary: if you're looking for a decent but inexpensive binoculars, then these will fit the ticket........good value for the price.........not as sharp, clear, color, or brightness as the higher end binoculars, but again for 5 times less money........
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: Reg. price is way too high, but I got these on sale for a second pair and for my young Daughter to use. At forty percent off, they are okay. Clear, but do not adjust focus much and the rubber telescoping eye caps pulled right off the 1st time in the field! What! They are cheaply glued on, so I will have to use a better glue than the MFG! Otherwise, okay for about a C note and others in the similar cat. are 2x the price.
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. They are connected to the unit so you don't lose them, but they don't stay on and keep the glass protected. I am afraid to scratch the lens.
Summary: I saw these on sale and couldn't resist the price and bought them as a knockabout pair since i didn't want to scratch my Leupold cascades. First impressions were positive and good quality for the money, but wouldn't pay full price for them.