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Bushnell H2O 10* 42 Binoculars

The Bushnell(r) H2O(tm) Series binoculars are O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged to totally lock out moisture

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The Bushnell(r) H2O(tm) Series binoculars are O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged to totally lock out moisture. Rubber armoring and textured pads give you with a solid grip in slippery situations. Multi-coated optics and premium-good quality BaK-4 prism glass give you enhanced light transmission and enhanced image clarity.Spend enough time on the water, and your gear will spend some time in it. That is why Bushnell had the foresight to develop the H20 series of binoculars, which are O-ring-sealed and nitrogen-purged to total lock out moisture ought to you spill water on the housing, take your binoculars overboard, or basically run into foul weather along the way. The H20 binoculars feature rubber armoring with textured pads to give you a sturdy grip in slippery scenarios. Far more considerably, the binoculars' multicoated optics and premium-good quality BaK-four prisms maximize light transmission and image clarity, so you can appreciate a clear view of the Orcas in the distance or the quickly-approaching coastline. You are going to quickly see how a little arranging on Bushnell's element goes a lengthy way in magnifying your adventures on or around the water. Other functions contain twist-up eyecups, a large center concentrate knob for easy, precise adjustments, and a extended eye relief.


  • Magnification: 10x
  • Objective diameter: 42mm
  • Size class: Common
  • Concentrate program: Center
  • Prism method: Roof
  • Prism glass: BaK-4
  • Lens coating: Multi
  • Field of view @ 1,000 yards: 305 feet
  • Close concentrate distance: 12 feet
  • Exit pupil: 4.2mm
  • Eye relief: 17mm
  • Eyecups: Twist up
  • Waterproof/fogproof: Yes
  • Tripod adaptable: No
  • Weight: 25 ounces
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime

Tech Talk
Objective Lens: The diameter of the objective or front lens. The larger the objective lens, the far more light that enters the binocular, and the brighter the image.

Field of View (F.O.V.): The side-to-side measurement of the circular viewing field or subject area. It is defined by the width in feet or meters of the area visible at 1000 yards or meters. A wide angle binocular features a wide field of view and is greater for following action. Normally, the larger the magnification, the narrower the field of view.

Roof Prism Program: In roof prism binoculars the prisms overlap closely, enabling the objective lenses to line up straight with the eyepiece. The result is a slim, stream-lined shape in which the lenses and prisms are in a straight line.