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Bushnell Legend Ultra HD 10x 42mm Roof Prism Binocular

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  • 10x magnification, 42mm objective lens binoculars
  • Exceptional optics with ED Prime Glass, Ultra Wide Band Coatings, and RainGuard HD water-repellent lens coating
  • Ultra wide field-of-view with long eye-relief; locking diopter
  • Lightweight, magnesium chassis and soft touch grips; 100 percent waterproof/fogproof construction
  • Includes soft case and neckstrap
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Click here for the Bushnell Binoculars owner's manual to find detailed product information, operating instructions and warranty details.

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Product Description

See what legends are made of. Everything you could possibly want in a sport optic.

Bushnell's Legend Ultra-HD binoculars have been designed with high-performance optics and a light, tough body for the ultimate viewing experience. The razor-sharp optics are custom treated with an Ultra Wide Band Coating that optimizes brightness and contrast. For the ultimate in detailed resolution and color fidelity, they're engineered with high density ED Prime Glass. Add the all-weather assurance of RainGuard HD anti-fog technology, and you’re holding a best-in-class performer at no risk, all reward. Bushnell Legend Ultra-HD binoculars feature class-leading field of view and extra-long eye relief to easily view moving animals or objects. Soft-touch grip accents and rubber armored housing provide enhance comfort and a lightweight, streamlined feel. A locking diopter helps maintain your settings. Includes a soft case and neckstrap.

ED Prime Glass

Extra-low dispersion flourite glass delivers amazing color resolution and contrast, and virtually eliminates chromatic aberration and color-fringing to bring out the most distinct details possible in low-light conditions.

Ultra Wide Band Coating

An anti-reflection coating process that is customized for every lens element in the optical path, in order to allow the best possible light from the front glass all the way back to the eyepiece. The result is optimum brightness and true color across the light spectrum.

Rainguard HD

This patented, permanent, water-repellent coating causes moisture from rain, snow, sleet, or condensation to bead up and scatter less light, so you get an all-weather assurance of clear, bright optics. The binoculars are O-ring sealed for complete moisture protection. Fogproof protection is achieved by dry nitrogen purging that removes all internal moisture.

Features and Specifications
  • Ultra wide field-of-view
  • Long eye-relief
  • Lightweight, magnesium chassis
  • Soft touch grips
  • Locking diopter
  • Includes soft case and neck strap
  • Magnification X Objective Lens: 10 x 42mm
  • Close Focus (ft/m): 6.5 / 1.9
  • Field of View (ft @1000yds / m @1000m): 340 / 113
  • Eye Relief: 15.2
  • Exit Pupil (mm): 4.2
  • Lens Coating: Fully Multi-Coated
  • Prism Glass: BaK-4
  • Adapt to Tripod: Yes
  • Eyecups: Twist-Up
  • Focus System: Center
  • Water/Fog Proof: Yes
  • Prism System: Roof
  • Weight (oz/g): 24.7 / 700

Product Details

USER MANUAL [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 4 x 6.9 inches ; 2.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002008RVC
  • Item model number: 191042
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Crystal clear view, perfect clarity, and very simple use.
Tom
I own both the Vanguard Endeavor ED 10x42 and the Bushnell Legend Ultra HD 10x42, and am able to provide a direct comparison between these two very similar binoculars.
Regolith
I have been very pleased with the quality and performance of the binoculars.
Craig Barlow

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184 of 198 people found the following review helpful By Lee Choo on July 18, 2012
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A brief summary of this review is that, after comparison with the Bushnell Legend HD 8x42, A Nikon Prostaff 7 10x42, a Nikon Monarch 5 10x42, and a REI 10x50, I decided to stick with the Bushnell 10x42 Legend HD; BUT the decision is a compromise, and I an not totally happy with the Bushnell product.
To understand how I came about to compare so many models, let me give you the entire story. Firstly I had decided to get a good pair of binos. I decided to get the Legend HD 8x42 mostly because of the good reviews, its larger Field of View and brighter image (as compared to the 10x42). So after I got it from Amazon and carefully testing the optics visually, I noticed that in the left side scope there was a slight misalignment of optics so that there was a larger than normal area of image blurring on the left side field of view (the normal for the Legend series, from my subsequent observation, being about at 25% of the edge area you begin to get blurring). This was only noticeable when focused on a uniform flat surface; something I could possibly live with. So I took the binos out to the beach for an afternoon of testing. The image clarity was great, so was the color saturation and contrast... but there was one thing I couldn't live with--the eye relief was too long for a non-eyeglass wearer like me. Observing objects at eye-level and above was okay, but when the binos were pointed downward, say at birds at the waterline from above, the binos actually had to be awkwardly positioned away at a distance without touching any part of your eye socket or face. Very awkward, unnatural, and uncomfortable positioning of the binos; something not sustainable for a any extended period of time without introducing hand-shake.
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42 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Sandygi on August 24, 2012
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First - don't order the Bushnell binocular harness package that is offered - it is included with the binoculars!! (Amazon, you should remove this package option!)

Secondly - I am a docent at a seaside California state park and I use these often in all weather conditions. Had to have waterproof/fogproof. I just bought and received my 2nd pair of these, the first pair I have owned for about 7 years. I am not surprised they won the Binoculars of the Year award in 2012. They have made many improvements in the product design and have a nicer case and include the cool harness, and other extras. These binoculars are excellent and every one I lent the old pair to is impressed. I often get asked for info on what type they are. My first impression of these is that they are even better for viewing than the first pair, and with all of the upgrades, it makes sense. They are not too heavy, I didn't want to hike with a lot of extra weight.

I use them to view wildlife, on the beach or at sea, and I use them for bird watching as well. A respected mentor had told me long ago that the 10x42 size is very good for birdwatching, and I agree.

Due to sand getting into the eyecups from the blowing wind, etc. and me lending them to tourists who tend to be too rough with adjusting the eyecups (I will lend no more! ;-) I have sent my first pair into Bushnell for repair twice. They are very good, and usually a very quick turnaround time, with reasonable prices and excellent customer service by phone.

I highly recommend these binoculars, I will be loyal to Bushnell forever!
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40 of 48 people found the following review helpful By M. Lenart on September 13, 2013
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I never write a review but felt I must to help others decide from my experience. Looking for a decent set of binoculars is a daunting task considering all the options available. I am a Home Inspector and rely on binoculars for the things I can not get close enough to inspect. A lot of times in low light situations like in attics. I don't look at birds but I think what I do look at can be applied to those nature lovers who expect detail and color. I set out to spend no more than $800 dollars. Ive tried Nikons, Vortex, Vanguards, Zeiss and a $1200 pair of Swarovski's. About 10 different models @ 10X42. I did research and read all of the reviews including trips to Cabela's and Sportsmans Warehouse. There is a lot of good info on bestbinocularsreviews.com which leaned me toward the Vanguard's top-of-the-range 10x42 Endeavor ED. I tried 3 different pairs of the same Vanguards. The first pairs had a loose focus knob and the emblem fell off. The second pair, I could not focus both side,s even after rotating the diopter its full range. And the third pair had terrible color aberrations even in the center. A red purple hue was around everything.

Now the Bushnell Legend Ultra HD's 10X42. What a great experience looking through them. Colors come alive. Clarity and detail pop out at you like no other companies binoculars. In low light situations, the light looks amplified. There is only a slight color aberration at the very edge of the lenses. All the other companies had some degree of color aberrations even in the center except for the $1200 Swarovski's, which is the only ones I would relish. Dream on! I could not see any curvature across the field of view. The build quality is excellent with a smooth focus knob that gets you sharp images effortlessly.
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