Excerpt: Great Binoculars. Glassing at close range in bush and then changing to look across a gully there is no need to change anything its all done for you.Talk about clear. They are great. I wear perscription glasses and I dont know how the system works but these binoculars work just great for me.<br />For the price you won't get better. In fact you will be hard pushed to beat these at any price.
Summary: I love the binoculars. They are just what I expected, and are simmilar to the ones I had as a kid. They are easy to focus and come with a case with a strap for carrying. They are heavy so if you are looking for some to hike with or let kids use you might want a smaller light weight pair. for watching wildlife and the outdoors these are great.
Summary: If you can accept the close focus limitations of a conventional poro prism design (about 20 feet), these are a very good binocular. They are a one piece design which helps keep them dry in the event there is moisture present and they have Bushnell's fast focus lever between the barrels making focusing a snap. The diopter adjustment, typical of virtually all binoculars, is concentric with the right eyepiece.
Summary: I took them to watch Britain's greatest rugby team [Leicester Tigers] and they were brilliant. My friends around me thought so too. One person saying that he could watch the whole game through them because they were so good. Another saying they were like 3D. Because of the wide angle, they can follow the game easier. I also wear glasses and I had no difficulty in watching them with my glasses on or off.
Excerpt: A great binocular. Pros: With little adjustments the images are bright and sharp. Very compact and lightweight. The rubber armoring gives good grip. Can give nikon and pentax a tough competition on price and quality.