Can't beat the price for this caliber of binoculars.
10 June 2013
Summary: I needed a good pair of binoculars for a Wyoming elk hunt I am going on. This pair has a pouch that straps around your arms and snug to your chest so all you have to do is pick out the binoculars to use them no annoying strap around the neck. The focusing was simple enough and they are as clear as any I have ever looked through. I would recommend these to anyone looking for a moderately priced and good binoculars.
Summary: It said that these might be the best monocular ever made. I believe it. I use them for 3D archery shooting. They are definitely the clearest optics I have ever looked through. I can easily spot where to shoot out to 70 yards (that's as far as I've used them so far). I'm extremely pleased with them and would recommend a set to anyone.
Summary: I go roo shooting a lot and these binoculars are the best I have ever owned, from the feel of the grip to the crystal clear image of the subject, I would recommend these to any one who wants to see what they are shooting from a far distance.
Compares to many more expensive models, look at these before spending big d
3 March 2013
Summary: Bought these binoculars mainly for a trip to Kruger National Park and for general use afterwards. These binoculars are great quality and the size means you can take them anywhere. Viewing is crystal clear and the magnification perfect for my use of them. For the price I don't think you can get a better pair of binoculars.
Excellent general purpose binoculars, clear and easy to use.
4 February 2013
Summary: I was looking for a pair of good value for money binoculars after being unhappy with several sets of cheaper ones. The Bushnell Legend Ultra HD 10x42 have proved to be an excellent buy. They are a solid build, but reasonably compact pair of binoculars. The clarity is excellent, easy to use and hold.
Summary: These binoculars are great value clear and over all a great product. The only disappointments are that they are made in china. Which i found in small print looking at the bottom of the box. The front of the box it has a american flag with proud USA company on it which gave me the impression it was a True american product. The swivel eye pieces are plastic also which would of been better if they were aluminum of something stronger than plastic.
Summary: really good binoculars, you can feel the quality bushnell.Je is used to observe the birds in the garden (I have no pretty neighbors :-))), I take them fishing and walking. They are not heavy and super clear encombrantes.Elles are in bad conditions ... Anyway, I am very happy with my purchase.
Summary: No one at Bushnell must have done a QC test on this product or they would have noticed the right eye relief cup would not open as it should. It was bound up inside the binocular also causing the fine focus dial to not work properly. There was even bare metal showing and fine metal shavings inside the eye cup. I had to go through the hassle of sending the item back to Amazon and re-ordering another one since they could not exchange the item.
Summary: I purchased these binoculars after reading reviews here and on other sites. I'm very pleased with the size and quality. I'm using these mainly for hunting and fine they fill that use very well. The focus is precise and the low light viewing is excellent. These fit the price range I was in and the current $50 rebate from Bushnell makes them an excellent value. The lens caps are useless to me. Maybe good for storage.
Summary: So, I own a pair of Bushnells 10x42, not as spendy as these and from the get go opening of the box, I am not overwhelmed. The presentation of the nocs is quite an ordeal. Big box opens to a smaller case, seperate box for harness and strap, then a BigAxx zip open, non functional case for the binocs? C'mon man. The eyecups on these hav no relief. They screw half a turn compared to my cheaper Bushies. These have hard plastic, no rubber cups for viewing ease.