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Wingspan Optics FieldView 8X32 Compact Binoculars for Bird Watching. Lightweight and Compact for Hours of Bright, Clear Bird Watching. Also for Outdoor Sports Games and Concerts
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|Water Resistance Level||Waterproof|
|Eye Relief||14.8 Millimeters|
|Prism Description||Roof prism, BaK-4|
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- PERFECT COMPACT BINOCULARS FOR BIRD WATCHING AND ANY OTHER OUTDOOR ACTIVITY. Great lightweight and Pocket sized binoculars for bird watching, nature watching, star gazing or other outdoor activities enjoyed by adults or children.
- WIDE FIELD OF VIEW -View An Entire Field Of Action Then Focusing In On Your Target For Brilliant Detail at 1000 YARDS OUT. A Wide Field of View makes these the best small, but high powered compact binoculars you can buy today.
- BRIGHT AND CLEAR - FEEL LIKE YOU'RE INCHES AWAY WITH POWERFUL 8X32 MAGNIFICATION: Want to see Feather tips fluttering in the wind? Adults or kids will marvel at the clear and bright views you get with these compact birding binoculars.
- NON-SLIP GRIP MEANS YOU CAN GO BIRDWATCHING, OR WATCH OUTDOOR GAMES OR CONCERTS FOR HOURS WITHOUT FEAR OF DAMAGE. Use them for any outdoor activities such as birdwatching, watching games or concerts outdoors, even stargazing too.
- LIFETIME WARRANTY Plus 30 Day Money Back Guarantee Make These the Last Pair of Binoculars You'll Ever Need to Buy, Because We Will Replace Them if Damaged. And the only pair of lightweight high powered binoculars you'll want to take everywhere.
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Introducing the Wingspan Optics FieldView 8X32 Compact Bird Watching Binoculars
Looking for lightweight, pocket size binoculars you can take anywhere, without compromising on detail, clarity or brightness?
Whether you’re a nature lover, sports aficionado, or you simply enjoy seeing a feathered beauty 1000 yards away, the Wingspan Optics FieldView 8X32 Compact Binoculars will deliver the impeccable detail you crave.
- Power - 8x to see 8 times closer
- Lens Diameter - 32mm
- Type Of Prism - Bak4
- Eye Relief. - 14.8 mm
- Field Of View - 362ft/1000 Yds
- Close Focus - 3m
- Tripod Adaptable - Yes
- Waterproof/ Fog Proof - Yes
- Weight - 15.2 Ounces
Comes with – Neck Strap, Nylon Mesh Carrying Case, Eyepiece and Lens Protection Covers and Non-Abrasive Microfiber Lens Cleaning Cloth.
Crystal Clear Focus
Intelligently designed to go from wide view, to the sharpest focus in seconds, these binoculars will deliver detail you want, whether you’re Birding, Watching Outdoor Sports Games or Enjoying a Concert.
Bright and Clear Detail
Powerful 8X Magnification, for the detail you want, whether you’re Birding, Watching Outdoor Sports Games or Enjoying a Concert.
Easy to Carry
Compact and lightweight, these binoculars easily slip into your pocket, perfect for people ‘on the go’.
Tough with a non-slip grip; you’ll want to take them everywhere!
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I wanted a pair that would switch from Football to Bird watching. Lightweight, rain proof, and great field of view.
wingspan has the RIGHT products and the right price for CLEAR, bright and easy to handle.
I dropped a star for the reason that the company is NOT clear on what options and choices.
I learned that they have like 6-8 different 8x32 ( a perfect power and lens size) PLENTY of magnification and bright,
I could see some grip and color choices, but really, was the optic all the same? NO, careful reading shows that one has a field of view of 362 ft , while another same size etc has a 414 ft. I would rather have had the wider one! For just a few oz more weight and a just few $ more.
Come on Wingspan, provide us a nice matrix for your wonderful products, show the features, and field of view, and other differentiating items, you put the work and marking into making them, so make it easy for us to find and decide, not to have a bit of buyer's remorse fining out a slightly better, or cheaper almost the same pair was available.
Until then, look closely. check the Specs on ALL the 8x32 choices. Such as the https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MT05LON?psc=1, or https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MT05LON?psc=1
They came with a neck strap that is nicer than most binoculars. They also have lens covers for both ends, the larger ones remain attached when removed from the lenses, and the ones over the eye pieces are connected by a sort of accordion folded section of the same material and one side has a closed slot for attaching it to the strap (WHAT a GREAT idea!) and the other side has a slot as well but it has a break allowing it to be removed from the other side of the strap for use. A really great design! They also come with a soft side but padded case with a velcro closure for fast removal of your binoculars. It has a belt slot in the back but it seems small to me. I think it might accommodate a 1 to 1.5" belt. They also come with a cleaning cloth. Their instructions state that you should only clean them a couple times a year. In between use a blower bulb to blow off any debris. The cloth is in a plastic case to prevent dust and dirt from getting on it which could quite possibly scratch your lenses.
I have been very pleased with both this superior product and the company's attention to the customer's needs. I whole-heartedly recommend them!
* NOTE: I couldn't turn the adjustor for the right diopter the second time I took them out so I wrote to the company and received a very prompt response. They gave me instructions on how to remedy this problem as well as how to handle a replacement should this not work. It did take me a good amount of pressure to unstick it and turn it but they had said that it would. They said it would be stiff because it is new so I plan on working it back and forth a little before I set the adjustor to my eyes.
I got these on a rush shipment for my wife. She had a much cheaper 8X21 from Bushnell that cost her about $25 and didn't like them at all. These are an order of magnitude superior. Better build, better crisp bright optics, and better heft and feel. Yes they are on the heavier side for a compact binocular but I would rather have the quality. Not much in the way of instructions but how much do you need?
Pros: Crisp and bright optics with lots of contrast especially for a compact. Great ergonomics and feel really good in your hands.
Cons: A little heavy, few instructions
As the list price is supposed to be above 200.00 paying that price would be absurd. But at sub 100.00 this is a solid performer. I've owned many binoculars over the years some good and many not so good. These are one of the better ones, by far.
The instructions, as noted, are incredibly minimal. I figured out by looking at someone else's binoculars that the removable eye-piece cover can be attached to the neck strap for safe-keeping during use (so you don't have to stuff it into your pocket) by threading it through the closed slot on the side of the cover when you FIRST attach the strap to the binoculars (duh!). I've attached a photo for illustration. I felt a bit silly once I figure this out, but hey, for those of us who haven't used binoculars before, a bit of help re assembly would be much appreciated.
I would definately recommend them, even if you are not "birding."
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The image in the centre is sparkling but the image degrades significantly not too far off-centre.
For £59 I suppose you get what you pay for.
Low light performance is pretty good. I’m comparing them to a set of £150 10x42 Nikons which are of course superior in all respects.
I do like them and their compact size and they definitely offer assistance in viewing distant objects.
For the money they seem to be a great choice. Image brightness & clarity is very good but does blur a tiny bit at the edges, although this isn’t a major problem. I’ve put the waterproofing to the test in some really bad weather & seen no issues here. They appear to be well made & robust & I’ve been very happy with them.
Some will be wondering & yes they’re made in China but, so were an Olympus set I checked out... At almost twice the price! Image quality wasn’t significantly better either.