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1. Bushnell Yardage Pro Tour Laser
Too low to display list($299.99)
2. Bushnell Yardage Pro Tour XL Laser
$46.99 list($99.99)
3. Bushnell Powerview 16x50 Wide
$34.89 list($69.99)
4. Bushnell NatureView 8x40 Birder
$26.94 list($49.99)
5. Bushnell Falcon 10x50 Wide Angle
$184.99 list($299.99)
6. Bushnell Trophy 20-60x65 Waterproof
$189.94 $179.95 list($249.95)
7. Bushnell 3.2MP Outdoor Water Resistant
Too low to display list($399.99)
8. Bushnell Yardage Pro Legend Waterproof
$67.68 $59.95 list($74.99)
9. Bushnell 20x50Super High-Powered
$18.94 list($19.99)
10. Bushnell Powerview 12x25 Folding
$114.29 list($219.99)
11. Bushnell Marine 7x50Binocular
$249.99 $249.95 list($439.99)
12. Bushnell Legend 10x42 WaterproofBinocular
$239.99 $239.95 list($424.99)
13. Bushnell SpaceMaster Zoom Spotting
$159.99 $154.95 list($279.99)
14. Bushnell H2O 20-60x60 Waterproof
$74.99 $74.95 list($119.99)
15. Bushnell H2O 12x42 Waterproof/FogproofBinocular
$99.99 $98.98 list($139.99)
16. Bushnell H2O 10x42 Waterproof/FogproofBinocular
$39.99 list($69.99)
17. Bushnell PowerView 10x50 Wide
$139.95 $129.95 list($149.99)
18. Bushnell ImageView 8x30 2.1MP
$264.99 $259.95 list($525.99)
19. Bushnell Yardage Pro 800 Compact
$54.14 $47.00 list($59.99)
20. Bushnell Perma Focus 10x50 Wide

1. Bushnell Yardage Pro Tour Laser Rangefinder
by Bushnell
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00006I52W
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 527
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Using advanced digital technology, Yardage Pro takes the guesswork out of measuring distances
  • Delivers superb range performance to targets with +/- 1 Yard accuracy
  • Reflective Range Performance = 700 Yards
  • Determine Tree distance within 570 yards
  • Weighs less than 7 ounces

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Bushnell Yardage Pro Tour is a great tool!
I bought Bushnell Yardage Pro Tour unit through adorama.com on 5/17/2004 and it arrived with no problems. You get an email with order confirmation and when you log into your account there is a link to ups tracking number. Someone posted a negative comment about them not having a phone number listed but at their site but I see the phone number listed on every single page so I think that that comment is wrong. Their prices are lowest I could find and I had no problems with order/delivery at all. Bushnell Yardage Pro Tour unit is great for golf. It is compact and extremely easy to use. I use it on the driving range with all my clubs. You can easily get a distance for any visible target on the range (tree, bunker, flag, slopes) and figure out the exact club you need for that distance. Knowing the exact distance a ball will travel has helped my game a lot. This unit is the great! ... Read more


2. Bushnell Yardage Pro Tour XL Laser Rangefinder
by Bushnell
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00005AXIZ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 993
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Water-Resistant
  • Accuracy to +/- one yard from 10 to 1000 yards away
  • 4x magnification
  • Internal reticle which makes estimating the range to the pin quick and easy
  • Great for golf

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy fhis from Adorama Camera
I attempted to buy this range finder as a gift for my golfing buddy's birthday. I paid $20 in shipping and was told I would receive this product in 1-3 business days. Adorama never shipped the range finder. When I called a week later, they told me they had canceled my order. They refused to send me the product even though they charged my VISA card! They don't publicize their phone number and I'm currently out over $200!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent--BUT
This is an excellent device that gives accurate distances on the golf course. It will measure to the pin, a bunker, or any other surface perpendicular to the direction in which you want to go.

BUT.....

The on off switch is positioned in such a way as to be activated when the unit is in its case. So the only way to prevent it from eating batteries is to either not use the case, or to paste a thick washer around the switch to prevent the case from contacting it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Range Finder Designed for Golf
My golf partner had this particular model and I became dependant on playing with him. When we were not playing together, I could estimate fairly close to the distance, but sometimes frustrating when I was off. Many range finders that are on the market were not designed for golf, but for hunting. It was too difficult for many of them to determine distance using the flag stick. Before I purchased this range finder, I did some research to find the best device for the least cost, and one that was designed specifically for golf. I first purchased a less expensive model, however even on par 3s, it had trouble ranging on the flag. Not a problem with this model. It is outstanding! Many golf shops sell this model for $400+tax. Stop by a few of your local golf shops, ask for this model number, and check out their price, then go back on line and order one for $125 less. If you want a range finder that was designed specifically for golf, you will not be disappointed. It's a great deal, and worth the investment.

5-0 out of 5 stars How to fix battery problem
My new Bushnell range finder is a super investment and does everything I need very well. An earlier review referenced a battery problem when put in the case, the case presses the "on" button and runs the battery down. I had this problem but fixed it by glueing a garden hose washer (just exactly the right size) around the button, this keeps anything but my finger away. my problem is solved

2-0 out of 5 stars Beware of "hidden costs"
I don't have any big problem with its technical specs. My Pro Tour XL works, but its design is flawed. Because its power button is bumped and very sensitive, the device can get powered on very easily in the maker-supplied carrying case. You notice every time you simply put it back in the carrying case, the device turns on. I'm sure that it gets on whenver I grab it or it's packed with other stuff in a golf bag. As a result, battery drain is significant. One battery lasted only two months for just a few rounds of play. At this rate, costs of batteries can quickly surpass the price of this device! ... Read more


3. Bushnell Powerview 16x50 Wide Angle Binocular
by Bushnell
list price: $99.99
our price: $46.99
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Asin: B00000J6WY
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 189
Average Customer Review: 4.79 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Bushnell 16x50 Powerview binoculars are easy to hold and easy to use for the general and outdoor user. They allow you to view an expanse of 182 feet from 1,000 yards away. The Bushnell Powerview 16x50 comes with soft rubber covering and the patented Insta-Focus focusing system. With Insta-Focus, a touch of the fingertip is all it takes to hold your subject in sharp focus.These binoculars come with a neck strap and carrying case. ... Read more

Features

  • High 16x magnification
  • For general and outdoor use
  • Field of view of 182 feet at 1,000 yards
  • Insta-Focus system allows you to focus with a single touch
  • Carrying case and neck strap included

Reviews (48)

4-0 out of 5 stars Hope this sheds a little light on the product
I bought this item to go nature viewing and must say that it really is a great binocular for the price. The items viewed have a really nice 3-dimensional look to them and the diopter comes in handy even for someone with very bad vision like myself. The focus for this model (16 x 50 Wide Angle) is a flat tab between the barrels that makes it VERY convenient to use without having to look or stretch your fingers. It gives a very nice field of vision and has roll down eye cups, which is good just in case you want to wear your glasses or shades. The binoculars do shake a little b/c of the power of the magnification. And it can be a chore to hold for long periods of time b/c of its weight. It weighs about as much as one of Michener's hardback novels.

Here is where it can get interesting. The binoculars come with a pleather carrying case, a really cheap neck strap that looks like a plastic shoelace, and a cheap cleaning cloth that is way too abrasive to be used everyday. I suggest replacing both the neck strap and cleaning cloth as soon as you can. The soft, microfiber cloths they sell in eyeglass stores works great. Plus, pick up some of the eyeglass cleaner (spray directly onto cloth, not lens) as it really gets the lens clean and protects any coating on the glass.

Tripod use: highly recommended to get a steady picture. You can get a regular camera tripod for around 18 dollars. Yes, this binocular comes with a tripod adapter. No, it's not very easy to find. The instruction booklet is virtually useless, but I found out through the website that the adaptor is located behind the front cap between the barrels. Just screw the cap off and viola, there is your threaded coupler. You will still need to get a binocular adaptor to connect the binoculars to the tripod, but I've found that they aren't too expensive: around 7-16 dollars for the generic models. I gave this item 4 stars b/c of the poorly written instruction manual and cheap accessories. Hope some of this info helps. Can't wait to see the stars tonight!

4-0 out of 5 stars Helpful info to get you started
I bought this item to go nature viewing and must say that it really is a great binocular for the price. The items viewed have a really nice 3-dimensional look to them and the diopter comes in handy even for someone with very bad vision like myself. The focus for this model (16 x 50 Wide Angle) is a flat tab between the barrels that makes it VERY convenient to use without having to look or stretch your fingers. It gives a very nice field of vision and has roll down eye cups, which is good just in case you want to wear your glasses or shades. The binoculars do shake a little b/c of the power of the magnification. And it can be a chore to hold for long periods of time b/c of its weight. It weighs about as much as one of Michener's hardback novels.

Here is where it can get interesting. The binoculars come with a pleather carrying case, a really cheap neck strap that looks like a plastic shoelace, and a cheap cleaning cloth that is way too abrasive to be used everyday. I suggest replacing both the neck strap and cleaning cloth as soon as you can. The soft, microfiber cloths they sell in eyeglass stores works great. Plus, pick up some of the eyeglass cleaner (spray directly onto cloth, not lens) as it really gets the lens clean and protects any coating on the glass.

Tripod use: highly recommended to get a steady picture. You can get a regular camera tripod for around 18 dollars. Yes, this binocular comes with a tripod adapter. No, it's not very easy to find. The instruction booklet is virtually useless, but I found out through the website that the adaptor is located behind the front cap between the barrels. Just screw the cap off and viola, there is your threaded coupler. You will still need to get a binocular adaptor to connect the binoculars to the tripod, but I've found that they aren't too expensive: around 7-16 dollars for the generic models. I gave this item 4 stars b/c of the poorly written instruction manual and cheap accessories. Hope some of this info helps. Can't wait to see the stars tonight!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Buy On Excellent Binoculars!
I believe this to be one of the best buys in binos. The optics are great:
1) Porro prisms provide for a more realistic viewing depth of field.
2) 50mm objective lens (superb light gathering capability).
3) Good focus adjustment.
4) Great 16x magnification (product of the light gathering ability)

The unit is very well constructed and has a rubber outer skin. It also comes with a decent carry case and accessories. Make sure you want 16x magnification, as it will require steady hands.

Lower magnification (10x, 12x) with a 50mm objective lens will provide a wider field of view. You may wish to take this into consideration depending on your type (preference) of viewing.

BTW- I also own a $2000.00 pair of 18 x 50 binos.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great binoculars for observation
This binoculars are good. They give a great clarity. I first tried the Bushnell binoculars from one of my friends. It was 8x21, small Bushell binoculars. I was astonished by the good quality of the binoculars especially the optics. After this I decided to buy binoculars for my self to use them for terrestrial and night sky observation. During the terrestrial watching they do a great job, but in my opinion the more power is better. It's still cold outside to tell how they do at night. But once or twice I have tried watching at the stars, good clarity but the binoculars are kind of heavy to hold on to. The case for Bushell is great but the strap for the binoculars is garbage. Nonetheless I recommend buying this binoculars but I think the more power is better. Bushell is doing a great job in optics. By just looking at the binoculars one would think that they should be more powerfull because of their size. I should have bought myself a 12x50 or even 16x50 Bushell.

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredible value
I researched binoculars on the Web after my grandaughter lost my previous Bushnells (7x35). I was prepared to spend several hundred dollars after a cheap pair of Tasco's failed to illuminate at a Simon & Garfunkel concert.

My research led me to believe a Pentax 8x50 waterproof model would be the best choice ($265). I stopped at a local sporting goods store and tried various models of Pentax, Minolta and Nikon binocs, and they were ok. They had a pair of these Bushnells and I was amazed at the quality. They were the brightest, had the best field of view, were easy to adjust, and I was able to easily use them with my eyeglasses.

I bought a pair. Why spend $100s when these do the job even better at $45? ... Read more


4. Bushnell NatureView 8x40 Birder Binocular
by Bushnell
list price: $69.99
our price: $34.89
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Asin: B00004SABH
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 248
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Bushnell's 8x40 Birder binoculars are designed with the budding bird watcher or avid naturalist in mind. They offer 8x magnification and a field of view of 340 feet at 1,000 yards.Large 40mm lenses allow lots of light in for early-morning visibility.These binoculars also feature center and near-close focusing and extended eye relief for added comfort during long use. The Bushnell 8x40 Birder binoculars come with a carrying case, a strap, and a bird-watching guide. ... Read more

Features

  • 8x magnification with field of view of 340 feet at 1,000 yards
  • 40mm lenses allow more light in during prime bird-watching hours
  • Center and near-close focus
  • 12-millimeter eye relief for comfort during extended use
  • Carrying case, and strap included

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very happy with purchase
Our first pair of binoculars, and my wife and I could not be happier. Clear, easy to focus, light weight. Great clarity at near distances; we have a Mourning Dove nest right off of our balcony -- less than six feet away -- and these binoculars allow us to to observe excellent detail. We're very happy with them; so much so that I just purchased the Bushnell Powerview 16x50 pair!

4-0 out of 5 stars Get a pair and get going!
These ain't Leica's but they work darn good!
With these binoculars you can. . .

Check out the birds and see who's making that racket! Excellent begining birder glasses.

The close focus ability is great for butterfly watchers( 8 feet)
get close without getting close!

Look at the heavens and see that all is not as it seems.
many "stars" are actually double stars, clusters or galaxies!

Easily read a license plate 100 yards away!

well worth the money!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent buy
I'm impressed. For the $$$, these are awesome. I use them mostly for watching birds on the feeders around my house, and for looking at the moon. Very nice. They are easy to use, crisp, and light. I can see better with these than with my 10x60 binoculars (not that I understand the 8x40 vs. 10x60 :) Bottom line: If you are after perfection, don't buy these -- instead spend $$$$$ and get a great pair of binoculars. If you aren't quite that demanding, aren't a millionaire, and just want to be able to see things in closeup around your house, etc. I highly recommend these.

5-0 out of 5 stars What these eyes have seen..
I bought a pair of these last year, and I haven't been disappointed.

What good are binoculars in the city, you ask? Well, I've found a number of uses for 'em. I use 'em for casual birding in Central Park - I'm even on an internet mailing list that tells me when unusual birds have stopped through.

I take 'em to the opera and the symphony too! If you can't afford the $350 seats, these binocs help to bring the nuances of the performance into your range of vision. Amazing to check out the sets and the instruments as well.

And finally these are my constant companion in the nosebleed seats at Yankee Stadium! I think Clemens keeps some kind of powder in his glove...

I really appreciate the rubber eyecups and the long eye relief - I can use these with my glasses on without fear of scratches. If you want to view with your glasses off, there is a diopter ring on the left eyepiece to dial in your correction. Focusing is smooth and easy and so is adjustment of interpupillary distance.

Lightweight, great optical quality (if not perfect, certainly fully adequate), and finally, the price is right! I recommend these binoculars. ... Read more


5. Bushnell Falcon 10x50 Wide Angle Binoculars (Black)
by Bushnell
list price: $49.99
our price: $26.94
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Asin: B000051ZOA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 236
Average Customer Review: 4.47 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Great for stadium sports as well as hunting, the Bushnell Falcon is the standard in a wide-angle binocular. The durable design and finish allow for use in harsh conditions and rugged terrain. Coated lenses are helpful to keep fogout of vision and fold-down eyecups protect eyeglass lenses from scratching.The InstaFocus lever functions smoothly with just enough tension to controlthe magnification properly. ... Read more

Features

  • Porro prism
  • 50mm objective lens
  • Magnification of 10x
  • Coated optics
  • Comes with carrying case and hand strap

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent inexpensive binocular
These binoculars perform very well during daytime and are good for the occasional birdwatcher or for viewing any outdoor event. The light weight and the insta-focus make them very easy to use. I bought them for stargazing (very tight budget!) and I am very satisfied with them giving what I paid. I have been able to locate and clearly see many Messier objects (ie. M22, M13, M11, M3, M5 and the great Andromeda Galaxy M31, and many star clusters such as M39 and the coathanger) and double stars with the Falcons, and they give a nice view of the summer milky way although the view is not very bright since the Falcons are not multicoated, but for [money] you really can't ask much. Overall, excellent value. Buy the Falcons and Terence Dickinson's 'Nightwatch' ('Turn Left at Orion' is another good one) and you can get into backyard astronomy ...

4-0 out of 5 stars Well Worth the cost
I am a rookie bird-watcher and I would recommend this pair of binoculars for bird-watching/binocular astronomy. It can be used to track birds in flight with comparitive ease, and this is a big plus. The insta-focus is a nice concept, especially in winter when the standard knob that binoculars usually have, is a nuisance. The weight, too, is quite manageable.

I found this adequate for most birding, except for things like identifing small birds in dim light. For this, a 7x binoculars is what is usually recommended. But, this binoculars is a happy middle-path if you are also considering some binocular astronomy, since the aperture size is good.

However, there was a great deal of misting over of the lens, in damp conditions (in my case, on the Applachian trail in Tennessee). This might be a detriment in wet weather birding (waders?). Also, the shoulder strap is quite thin.

Overall, a good buy considering the low cost.

4-0 out of 5 stars Well worth the price
The first piece I got was slightly defective, one of the objective lenses unscrewed very easily. Further, the left and right were not aligned perfectly. Probably a refurbished piece.
On the positive side, I got a free replacement, and the new one is in good shape. 8X-10X magnification is about the maximum one can go without using a tripod or some other stabilizer. This pair of nocks seems to have hit a good sweet spot in terms of specifications. It has a very clear picture, negligible color fringing, and the 50mm objective makes is very good for low-light viewing - focus on any patch of clear night sky, and you can see dozens of stars.
I would have rated it 5 stars if my first shipment was not defective.

5-0 out of 5 stars I like 'em
I bought these on sale for $27 with free shipping. I've wanted a pair of nocks for bird-watching and hockey viewing from the cheap seats. I am impressed, I like the fast focus, I like the contrast and balance. If I knew someone needing a birthday present, this would be a great gift for them. My expectations were exceeded. I hope you enjoy them like I have. Comes with a vinyl case, lens cloth, manual, strap, and lens covers. Yeah, the lens covers are black plastic press-on, but other bushnell nocks I've seen use the same caps. I think these will please you, and $27 is a fine price.

1-0 out of 5 stars Adjustable Focus Auto-Adjusts
These binoculars come with an "Insta-Focus" focusing lever. Unfortunately, the lever is heavy enough that it will drift away from where you set it. Thus, you must constantly re-focus these binoulars.

Additionally, these binoculars did not ship in the advertised 24 hours. They shipped in 16 days. ... Read more


6. Bushnell Trophy 20-60x65 Waterproof Spotting Scope (Green)
by Bushnell
list price: $299.99
our price: $184.99
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Asin: B0000A0AIS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 1223
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Features

  • Extra power for extra range, this is the ultimate portable
  • 100% waterproof rubber armor construction for hunting and birding
  • Premium multi-coated optics
  • Compact tripod
  • Includes both hard case and soft case

7. Bushnell 3.2MP Outdoor Water Resistant Digital Camera (Green)
list price: $249.95
our price: $189.94
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Asin: B00077GE88
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 2035
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Product Description

Bushnell's New Outdoor Camera. Welcome to digital photography done the Bushnell way. These days digital cameras area a dime a dozen, but this is no ordinary digital camera. This is equipment designed specifically for hunters, campers, hikers, and adventure travelers. These outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate a camera designed just for them and their unique needs. Ruggedly constructed with a sealed weather resistant design, this high quality 3.2 megapixel camera is ready for whatever Mother Nature has in store ... Read more

Features

  • 1.5-inch TFT-LCD display and optical viewfinder
  • 16MB internal storage expandable with optional SD card
  • Water-resistant digital camera with 4x digital zoom
  • 3.2-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 10 x 14-inch prints
  • Shock-resistant rubber armored body with oversized buttons for easy operation

8. Bushnell Yardage Pro Legend Waterproof Rangefinder
by Bushnell
list price: $399.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000085ORM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 1754
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Pocket-Size
  • Waterproof
  • Floatable
  • Carrying Case & Strap
  • 15-930 Yd.

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not for use in the woods!
The Bushnell Yardage Pro Legend is the waterproof version of the Scout. It is a solid feeling unit with excellent sensitivity. I was able to range on a pencil-sized twig at 60yds. and a 6" fence post at 250yds. IN THE OPEN. Unfortunately, this sensitivity seems to be a disadvantage in the woods! I could not get a reading on a 16" tree at 50yds. because there were some unseen (by me) twigs between me and the tree. The zip mode only works for >150yds. and in fairly open terrain. I will be returning this unit. The Nikon 400 works better in the woods. ... Read more


9. Bushnell 20x50Super High-Powered Surveillance Binoculars
by Bushnell
list price: $74.99
our price: $67.68
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Asin: B000092PMY
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 2850
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Features

  • Ideal for stadium sports, outdoor, general use, hunting, and bird watching
  • Fully multi-coated lens
  • Fold down eyecups
  • Magnification: 20x
  • Objective lens: 50mm

10. Bushnell Powerview 12x25 Folding Roof Prism Compact Binoculars
by Bushnell
list price: $19.99
our price: $18.94
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Asin: B000051ZO7
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 462
Average Customer Review: 4.71 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Fully coated glass lenses
  • 25mm objective lens
  • Magnification of 12x
  • Black rubber armoring
  • Water-resistant

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Better Bang for your Buck!
I purchased these for hunting and birdwatching. For the price they are wonderful. They are small compact but have great viewing ability. I would difinately recommend them.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Binoculars, Great Price
I purchased these binoculars to bring to concerts and plays. The size was perfect for my small evening purse, but I didn't realize just how well they worked. Wish that I would have owned them when I was sitting in the upper stratosphere at the Celine Dion concert in Las Vegas. They go with me to every event now to ensure a "good" seat every time.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great binoculars in a small package
These binoculars are much smaller than my other 16x Bushnells, but surprisingly are comparable in quality. The greatest advantage of having small binoculars is that they are portable, and lightweight. One would expect to loose a lot of quality compared to larger ones, considering these advantages. But to my surprise, that trade-off was worth it.
Bottom line, lower price, higher portability, much lighter in weight make these binoculars a winner in its category.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding at twice the price
I have shared a pair with a friend for more than a year and I must say I was amazed the first time I looked through them, having had all my experience with a [$] pair of older compact binoculars. These were nearly as good and a fraction of the price. Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars former seller of binoculars
As a former seller, I find these binoculars to be excellent for nature watching and all other general purposes. The compact size and weight, with case, make them most suitable for traveling. Highly recommend. Bill ... Read more


11. Bushnell Marine 7x50Binocular
by Bushnell
list price: $219.99
our price: $114.29
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Asin: B00009X3S2
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 2424
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Features

  • Ideal for boating, outdoor/nature, and general use/vacation
  • Waterproof, fogproof, and fully multi-coated lens
  • Illuminated internal compass
  • Magnification: 7x
  • Objective lens: 50mm

12. Bushnell Legend 10x42 WaterproofBinocular
by Bushnell
list price: $439.99
our price: $249.99
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Asin: B00009XV6T
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 1176
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Features

  • Ideal for general use, stadium sports, and outdoor nature
  • Waterproof, fogproof, and fully multi-coated lens
  • Twist-up eyecups
  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective lens: 42mm

13. Bushnell SpaceMaster Zoom Spotting Scope
by Bushnell
list price: $424.99
our price: $239.99
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Asin: B00009XV80
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 2568
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14. Bushnell H2O 20-60x60 Waterproof Spotting Scope
by Bushnell
list price: $279.99
our price: $159.99
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Asin: B0000A0AIP
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 3094
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Features

  • 100% waterproof construction
  • Powerful, precise, fully coated optics
  • Exterior peep sight
  • 20-60mm magnification; 60mm objective lens
  • Includes tripod and ballistic nylon carrying case

15. Bushnell H2O 12x42 Waterproof/FogproofBinocular
by Bushnell
list price: $119.99
our price: $74.99
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Asin: B00009R6SE
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 4221
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Features

  • Ideal for boating, outdoor/nature, general use, hunting, stadium sports
  • Waterproof, fogproof, and multi-coated lens
  • Angled, fold down eyecups
  • Magnification: 12x
  • Objective lens: 42mm

16. Bushnell H2O 10x42 Waterproof/FogproofBinocular w/Roof Prism
by Bushnell
list price: $139.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000A0AEK
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 2604
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Features

  • Ideal for boating, outdoor/nature, general use, hunting, stadium sports
  • Waterproof, fogproof, and multi-coated lens
  • Twist up eyecups
  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective lens: 42mm

17. Bushnell PowerView 10x50 Wide Angle Binocular
by Bushnell
list price: $69.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00004SABJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 1417
Average Customer Review: 4.79 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Bushnell 10x50 wide-angle PowerView binoculars combine contemporary styling and design with traditional Bushnell quality and durability. They are easy to use and feature Porro prisms. They offer 10x magnification and a field of view of 341 feet at 1,000 yards.Insta-Focus enables you to focus on your desired object with the single touch of your finger. Black rubber armoring ensures that these binoculars can sustain active use.Bushnell's 10x50 wide-angle PowerView binoculars include a carrying case and a neck strap for convenience and comfort on the go. ... Read more

Features

  • Wide-angle view
  • 10x magnification
  • Field of view of 341 feet at 1,000 yards
  • Insta-Focus 1-touch focusing system
  • Includes carrying case and neck strap

Reviews (48)

4-0 out of 5 stars Hope this sheds a little light on the product
I bought this item to go nature viewing and must say that it really is a great binocular for the price. The items viewed have a really nice 3-dimensional look to them and the diopter comes in handy even for someone with very bad vision like myself. The focus for this model (16 x 50 Wide Angle) is a flat tab between the barrels that makes it VERY convenient to use without having to look or stretch your fingers. It gives a very nice field of vision and has roll down eye cups, which is good just in case you want to wear your glasses or shades. The binoculars do shake a little b/c of the power of the magnification. And it can be a chore to hold for long periods of time b/c of its weight. It weighs about as much as one of Michener's hardback novels.

Here is where it can get interesting. The binoculars come with a pleather carrying case, a really cheap neck strap that looks like a plastic shoelace, and a cheap cleaning cloth that is way too abrasive to be used everyday. I suggest replacing both the neck strap and cleaning cloth as soon as you can. The soft, microfiber cloths they sell in eyeglass stores works great. Plus, pick up some of the eyeglass cleaner (spray directly onto cloth, not lens) as it really gets the lens clean and protects any coating on the glass.

Tripod use: highly recommended to get a steady picture. You can get a regular camera tripod for around 18 dollars. Yes, this binocular comes with a tripod adapter. No, it's not very easy to find. The instruction booklet is virtually useless, but I found out through the website that the adaptor is located behind the front cap between the barrels. Just screw the cap off and viola, there is your threaded coupler. You will still need to get a binocular adaptor to connect the binoculars to the tripod, but I've found that they aren't too expensive: around 7-16 dollars for the generic models. I gave this item 4 stars b/c of the poorly written instruction manual and cheap accessories. Hope some of this info helps. Can't wait to see the stars tonight!

4-0 out of 5 stars Helpful info to get you started
I bought this item to go nature viewing and must say that it really is a great binocular for the price. The items viewed have a really nice 3-dimensional look to them and the diopter comes in handy even for someone with very bad vision like myself. The focus for this model (16 x 50 Wide Angle) is a flat tab between the barrels that makes it VERY convenient to use without having to look or stretch your fingers. It gives a very nice field of vision and has roll down eye cups, which is good just in case you want to wear your glasses or shades. The binoculars do shake a little b/c of the power of the magnification. And it can be a chore to hold for long periods of time b/c of its weight. It weighs about as much as one of Michener's hardback novels.

Here is where it can get interesting. The binoculars come with a pleather carrying case, a really cheap neck strap that looks like a plastic shoelace, and a cheap cleaning cloth that is way too abrasive to be used everyday. I suggest replacing both the neck strap and cleaning cloth as soon as you can. The soft, microfiber cloths they sell in eyeglass stores works great. Plus, pick up some of the eyeglass cleaner (spray directly onto cloth, not lens) as it really gets the lens clean and protects any coating on the glass.

Tripod use: highly recommended to get a steady picture. You can get a regular camera tripod for around 18 dollars. Yes, this binocular comes with a tripod adapter. No, it's not very easy to find. The instruction booklet is virtually useless, but I found out through the website that the adaptor is located behind the front cap between the barrels. Just screw the cap off and viola, there is your threaded coupler. You will still need to get a binocular adaptor to connect the binoculars to the tripod, but I've found that they aren't too expensive: around 7-16 dollars for the generic models. I gave this item 4 stars b/c of the poorly written instruction manual and cheap accessories. Hope some of this info helps. Can't wait to see the stars tonight!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Buy On Excellent Binoculars!
I believe this to be one of the best buys in binos. The optics are great:
1) Porro prisms provide for a more realistic viewing depth of field.
2) 50mm objective lens (superb light gathering capability).
3) Good focus adjustment.
4) Great 16x magnification (product of the light gathering ability)

The unit is very well constructed and has a rubber outer skin. It also comes with a decent carry case and accessories. Make sure you want 16x magnification, as it will require steady hands.

Lower magnification (10x, 12x) with a 50mm objective lens will provide a wider field of view. You may wish to take this into consideration depending on your type (preference) of viewing.

BTW- I also own a $2000.00 pair of 18 x 50 binos.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great binoculars for observation
This binoculars are good. They give a great clarity. I first tried the Bushnell binoculars from one of my friends. It was 8x21, small Bushell binoculars. I was astonished by the good quality of the binoculars especially the optics. After this I decided to buy binoculars for my self to use them for terrestrial and night sky observation. During the terrestrial watching they do a great job, but in my opinion the more power is better. It's still cold outside to tell how they do at night. But once or twice I have tried watching at the stars, good clarity but the binoculars are kind of heavy to hold on to. The case for Bushell is great but the strap for the binoculars is garbage. Nonetheless I recommend buying this binoculars but I think the more power is better. Bushell is doing a great job in optics. By just looking at the binoculars one would think that they should be more powerfull because of their size. I should have bought myself a 12x50 or even 16x50 Bushell.

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredible value
I researched binoculars on the Web after my grandaughter lost my previous Bushnells (7x35). I was prepared to spend several hundred dollars after a cheap pair of Tasco's failed to illuminate at a Simon & Garfunkel concert.

My research led me to believe a Pentax 8x50 waterproof model would be the best choice ($265). I stopped at a local sporting goods store and tried various models of Pentax, Minolta and Nikon binocs, and they were ok. They had a pair of these Bushnells and I was amazed at the quality. They were the brightest, had the best field of view, were easy to adjust, and I was able to easily use them with my eyeglasses.

I bought a pair. Why spend $100s when these do the job even better at $45? ... Read more


18. Bushnell ImageView 8x30 2.1MP Digital Camera Binocular
by Bushnell
list price: $149.99
our price: $139.95
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Asin: B0001GLGGA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 2166
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Features

  • Objective lens: 30mm
  • 2.1 megapixel digital camera and binoculars
  • Fully coated optics with fold down eyecups
  • 16 MB of internal memory with SD memory card slot
  • Magnification: 8x

19. Bushnell Yardage Pro 800 Compact Rangefinder
by Bushnell
list price: $525.99
our price: $264.99
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Asin: B00006IIOY
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 3303
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Features

  • Water-resistant
  • Great for big-game hunting
  • Visibility from 20 to 930 yards
  • Light weight
  • Long-range performance

20. Bushnell Perma Focus 10x50 Wide Angle Binocular
by Bushnell
list price: $59.99
our price: $54.14
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Asin: B00005AXIV
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 2837
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ideal for stadium sports, outdoor/nature, and general use/vacation
  • Fully coated lens
  • Wide angle view and focus free operation
  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective lens: 50mm

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Pleased with product
I really like the perma-focus attribute of this product. We use it for nature watching while hiking and vacationing. It's good to be able to pass the binoculars back and forth to others without losing the subject while adjusting the focus each time. Only drawback is the difficulty in holding binoculars steady when viewing due to magnification. Best binoculars we've had.

2-0 out of 5 stars Perma Focus doesn't hold up to expectations
It already got a pair of 7x21 compact binoculars and wanted these ones for bird watching. Unfortunately these ones don't give a sharp image, not even at greater distance to the object. Because they are "Perma" focus there is no way of focusing them to closer objects, let's say 30 feet away. In general, I would not recommend them. ... Read more


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