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Bresser 17-02000U Everest Binocular, 8x 42mm

by Bresser
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  • Magnification: 8x
  • Objective Diameter: 42mm
  • Prism type: BaK-4 roof prism
  • Lens coatings: Fully multi-coated
  • Eyecups: Twist up
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Product Description

Bresser Everest Binoculars produce especially sharp true color and high contrast images throughout the whole field of view. Thanks to the close near focusing distance even close-up observations can be performed. The nitrogen filled bodies of the EVEREST prevents fogging and averts dirt from entering the binoculars. Stable rubber armor provides robustness and comfort when in use. The large, central focusing wheel, wide eye distance, as well as Twist-Up eyecups, that are especially user-friendly for spectacle wearers, provide for comfortable and quick usability in all situations.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 8 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B008NK7FC0
  • Item model number: 17-02000U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,566,052 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dennis W. Mau on March 14, 2013
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Ok. I had the Alpen Rainiers 8x42 ED's and I was pretty satisfied with them except for the weight and the size. To be honest they are kind of bulky. The optics are really very close to alpha level optics. The eyecups are solid but after awhile I got tired of having to turn the eyecup clockwise to release it. I kept thinking about Frank's Bresser's 8x42 ED and how I liked the view but got pissed off when the eyecup came loose. Well, I decided to try them again. In the meantime I tried several models of Steiner's because I have never tried Steiner's. The Steiner's are well built but save your money because for birding the optics are only fair compared to the Chinese ED stuff that is coming out. So Frank will love this. I bought ANOTHER pair of the Bresser's for around $200 shipped. I received them and they seemed perfect in perfect order and the eyecups even seemed tight. So I figured I would have a showdown between the Bresser's and the Alpen's because I only need one pair of roofs. So which ones did I keep? The Bresser's. Here's why.

Ergonomically the Bresser's beat the Alpen's hands down. They are shorter, more compact and lighter and the tubes are narrower so your hands fit them more like a Swarovski EL. The fact is the Bresser's are really a comfortable binocular to use. It is amazing they are as small and light as they are being a full size 42mm. The eyecups are comfortable and I really don't get many blackouts with them at all. The armouring is much like the Alpen's being very comfortable. As Frank said they are a sweet little binoculars to hold and use. The case and strap are great and so are the tethered objective covers being very easy to put on and take off. The Alpen's objective covers are nice but they are a pain in the a to put on and take off.
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The ED glass is working marvels and worth paying extra for. The center image seems perfectly color free and very sharp, although the outer field (beyond ~50% of full field) is afflicted with various aberrations, including lateral color (red and blue fringes), for which there would be no excuse in a more expensive binocular. Baffling is good, no ghosting observed. Eye relief will disappoint some spectacle wearers. Fit and finish is rough, especially the focus mechanism, which doesn't run true (the focus knob is visibly out of round, and could only have gotten that way before it was packed for shipment).

NOTE: I suspect, having read some other reviews, that slack quality control may be the cause of some of the fit and finish issues with mine.
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