Bresser Hunter 1151050 10 x 50 Binocular (Black)
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- BK-7 Porro Prisim
- Fully Coated Blue Lenses
- 10x Magnification
- Tripod Mount
- Carrying Case and Strap
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Not only the attractive design, but also the pricing of these models is extremely attractive. The compact and handy bodies enable them to be the perfect companion on just about any outdoor activity. The fully coated optics and solid mechanics enable a true color picture replication. The compact models 8x21 and 10x25 are ideal for hiking and journeys. All models have dioptre compensation and rubber eyepieces for spectacle wearers as standard. Porro binoculars also have a tripod thread. Magnification 10x Lens Diameter 50 Optical Type Porro Coating Fully Coated Color Black Brightness 25 Field of View 119 Dimensions 192x60x165 Weight 735g
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Order the Bresser Hunter 1151050 10 x 50 Binocular (Black) for $30 around $10 cheaper than the bushnell, thought might as well give it a try. Right out of the box bresser hunter binocular had no double vision. Clearity thru the lens is amazing; Lots of light going thru everything is bright like it should be, middle adjuster isn't as stiff compare to the bushnell. The weight seem a bit heavy to use for hiking since that is what I planned on useing it for.
Will do another update when I take it out for a true test on the road ;)
So far I really like this binocular.
These binoculars are EXTREMELY HEAVY and I'd entertained ideas of bringing them hiking with us, but that thought disappeared when I finally held them in person. They're just too heavy. If all you had in your bag was, say, a jacket and these binoculars, it'd probably be okay, but we had bear spray, cameras, batteries, water, clothing, you name it. Even if the weight doesn't bother you, they're big and awkward. That is the tradeoff. Totally worth it, to me, though. They're very affordable and they work beautifully.
Oh, and they come with a neck strap, a protective pouch and a lens cloth. Pretty classy considering how inexpensive they are! Although, if you're planning to carry them with you for any distance, get a more-comfortable strap or harness, because this one is somewhat narrow and seems like it would become uncomfortable pretty quickly.
But in all fairness three of the five pairs of binoculars I bought were also out of alignment. The best of a group was the inexpensive Bushnell Falcon and the Celestron Up Close G2, both at the time, around 25-30 bucks. The optics and culmination were spot on with these two.
Not so lucky with the Barska X-Trail and the Tasco wide angle 7 x 50 binoculars as the culmination caused me to see double with both of them.
So all I can say at this point is buyer beware...you get what you pay for. Lesson learned is binoculars are one thing you probably want to testdrive in a brick-and-mortar place before purchasing.