BARSKA Deep Sea 7×50 Waterproof Floating Binocular w/ Internal Rangefinder & Compass

December 3, 2015 - Comment

Barska Deep Sea AB10798 7×50 Binoculars AB10798 Binoculars Product Features Field of view (ft at 1000yds/m at 1000m): 395/132 Exit pupil (mm): 7.2 Eye relief: 0.91″ Close focus (ft./m): 22.3/6.8 Not tripod adaptable O-ring sealed for complete waterproof protection and Dry nitrogen-purged and sealed to prevent fogging and moisture damage in all weather conditions Fully

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Barska Deep Sea AB10798 7×50 Binoculars AB10798 Binoculars

Product Features

  • Field of view (ft at 1000yds/m at 1000m): 395/132
  • Exit pupil (mm): 7.2
  • Eye relief: 0.91″
  • Close focus (ft./m): 22.3/6.8
  • Not tripod adaptable
  • O-ring sealed for complete waterproof protection and Dry nitrogen-purged and sealed to prevent fogging and moisture damage in all weather conditions
  • Fully multi-coated optics delivers luminous and high contrast images with BAK-4 prisms for increased clarity
  • Floats on water so no worries if dropped into the ocean
  • Built in with an internal rangefinder and directional compass
  • Features a rugged rubber armor covering that provides a non-slip and secure grip, designed specially for nautical use

Comments

Marilyn Hougland says:

don’t buy them Bought these for my husband who is a lifeguard and after using them for a month the rubber was cracking, eye rubber piece that was held by glue came off which caused the seal to not work and thus they fogged up, and one of the lenses also came loose. contacted barska and they said they would replace them or send new ones but we had to pay a $25 repair and shipping fee and also were responsible to pay the shipping to ship them to them. After 30 days of owning them I didn’t not think it was right to have to pay to get defective binoculars repaired. Also if they fell apart after a short time what is to be expected later.

F. Jury says:

Good waterproof binoculars There are many binoculars on the market in various price ranges and it can be challenge to pick a pair that’s right for you. Despite my research beforehand, in hindsite these are not the best choice for me. I know now I would have preferred a pair that has autofocus or at least one that adjusts both lenses simultaneously in the middle. Having to adjust each lens individually as a I pan around, is a real pain. Second I’d forgo the compass, I don’t need one and it blocks part of my view on the right side. 

Arleen M. Bartulski says:

Barska binoculars My binoculars were purchased in early September and used sparingly. However, two weeks later floating debris began to appear in lens. In turning the binoculars up and down, you can hear rattling and something loose inside. Will never buy Barska again due to their poor quality control.

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