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Kenko Binoculars Ultra View EX OP 8x32 DH2 Waterproof Roof Prism

by Kenko

List Price: $398.00
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  • 8x magnification
  • 32 mm objective lens
  • Dach prism binocular
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Technical Details

  • Model: 002889
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 32
  • Weight: 1.68 pounds

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 6.8 x 2.9 inches ; 1.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Item model number: 002889
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,620 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 6, 2012

Product Description

Highly durable polycarbonate light weight body Fully multi-coated lenses for maximum light transmission and brightness Fully waterproof. Easy to use, twist up eyecups. Impact resistant, easy to grip rubber exterior. Large focus ring for precise, easy adjustments. Magnifications: 8 times Objective diameter: 32mm Eye Relief: 14.8mm Close focus distance: 2.5m Weight: 455g Size: 127.3x52x138mm Attachments: Case, strap

Customer Reviews

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Shifting all the rings, focuses, and twist-up eye cups were all smooth.
S. Young
Overall, this is a very nice pair of binoculars with great visual clarity, separate eye focuses (yay!), and good low-light use.
Lisa Kearns
The binoculars come in a nice carrying case and also come with a strap and a lens cleaning cloth.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R M Thornton VINE VOICE on April 27, 2014
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I bird-watch a little--not a lot, but I'll take trips to look at specific species as they migrate and I can identify most birds in the area by their sounds. I have lousy eyes which have always worked somewhat independently of each other. So, I need a binocular that works well in the field and works well with my wonky eyes. To give the binocular a better review, I lent them to a friend who has good eyes, corrected by single-lens spectacles. We both give them a big thumbs-up!

Pros: they're light at 16 oz. The focus wheel goes from close-up to infinity in a little over one full turn. They are variable for inter-pupillary distance, so they adjust to many different "sizes" of eyes. For me, the person who has always had difficulty seeing with binoculars: the clarity is INCREDIBLE. The light that the lenses bring to your eyes offers well-lit subjects and the opportunity to see just about anything you'd like to see--from 8 feet to infinity. It's easy to maintain a focus on a moving bird. Sealed lenses to prevent dust, moisture, "fog," etc. from getting inside. Comfortable to hold as the material they're made from feels slightly "rubbery." They're not flashy in their trademarks/logo: you don't feel like you're carrying a $1000 pair of Nikons for all to gape at. You can loosely cover the eye-cups with a rain-out cover, and the business end caps fit directly into the lenses and look like an old-fashioned "pince-nez."

Cons: cheesy nylon-cordura carrying pocket-case barely fits all four pieces (strap, eye cup cover, lens cover and binocular), and there's no way to attach it to your belt, your camera case (by a carabiner hook, for example) or a backpack. I would hope Kenko would upgrade its case for the American market.
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OK..five stars..I was going to rate 4.5 stars,but this is not an option for individual reviews.I dont feel comfortable with the four star rating and prefer to be generous and push my 4.5 rating to the full five because this is a very good product.
I first learned about this little binoculars on birdforum, by the hand of Frank D ,that reviewed the exact same model ,although branded as the Sightron Blue Sky II..It was a rave review and started a long thread ,filled with many entries of people that shared their experience with the glasses...most of them agreed and gave the binuoculars a big thumb up...I have been interested since ,so when I had the chance to finally purchase the bins I was really excited...I paid 159 $ for my pair and that was also very exciting because the original prices were around 180 to 200 dollars,so i consider amazon deal to be a bargain.
Really,at this price the binocular is a really good buy, either you are a first binocular owner looking for something good at a not so expensive price ,or even if you own other binoculars and want something good as a back up ,doesnt matter,this binocular is very easy to like...
The originally reviewed sightrons are a bit unusual looking and some criticism was around the way it was sculpted ,with some odd shapes,maybe a bit uncomfortable to hold, but the Kenko version its a perfectly sculpted binocular,probably featuring the best profile and ergonomic lines of any binocular i have used.....they have sort of a ridge along the tubes,that gives a square profile to one of the side of each tube,improving the fit of the binocular to the hand and making it so easy to hold...this and the fact that the binocular is very slim and super lightweight makes it super nice to hold ..
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I've used a pair of $60 REI (8x25) binoculars for several years, for watching deer, birds, turtles on the pond, and any other wildlife roaming around our farm. I love that pair and considered them really top notch until I got these. If you're like me, all those numbers don't mean a whole lot, but a little research enlightened me. Basically, the first number is how much the binoculars magnify - so a 10 magnifies better than an 8. The second measurement is the lens diameter, and it indicates how much light can enter the binoculars. The larger this number is, the better your binoculars will work in low light situations. There's also a measurement for field of view (REI pair is 5.5 degrees, the Kenko pair is 7.5 degrees), which indicates how large an area you can see through your binoculars. In summary: This pair of Kenko binoculars is 8x32, so it has the same magnification as my REI pair, but it has a larger lens diameter for allowing better viewing in low light. And the field of view is also wider in the Kenko binoculars.

These binoculars have several very useful options that my REI pair doesn't have. For one, the eyepieces twist and rotate up, to distance my eyes from the lens - this is great for people who wear glasses. And my favorite detail on these binoculars is the separate focuses. I use the center focus to adjust to what my left eye sees, then fine tune the right eye focus so my vision is 20/20. This is wonderful for people who have different vision in each eye, and it's made a world of difference to what I see through these binoculars.
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