BARSKA Gladiator Binocular w/ 10-30x Zoom (60mm objective lens)

December 3, 2015 - Comment

The Barska 10-30×60 Gladiator Binocular is ideal for long distance terrestrial (land) or celestial (sky) viewing. The wide variable magnification range of this binoculars allows the viewer to target in on an object and then zoom in and magnify it to obtain a closer look and see greater detail. For convenience, a zoom thumb lever

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The Barska 10-30×60 Gladiator Binocular is ideal for long distance terrestrial (land) or celestial (sky) viewing. The wide variable magnification range of this binoculars allows the viewer to target in on an object and then zoom in and magnify it to obtain a closer look and see greater detail. For convenience, a zoom thumb lever for making quick and smooth zoom adjustments as well as fold-down eyecups for viewing with or without eyeglasses. Has ruby lens to minimize UV glare. Features center focusing system for customization of viewing. Fold-down eyecups are incorporated into the eyepieces for comfort viewing with or without eyeglasses. Fully coated optics and BK-7 Porro prisms allows for sharp and crisp images. The Porro prism system offers greater depth perception and a wider field of view. Rubber armoring for shock absorbing protection. Has a threaded tripod mount to place a tripod for a steady view. Tripod sold separately. Backed by Limited Lifetime Warranty. Includes lens covers, carrying case, neck strap and lens cloth.

Product Features

  • Field of view (ft at 1000yds/m at 1000m): 156/52 at 12x
  • Exit pupil (mm): 6
  • Eye relief: 0.51″
  • Close focus (ft./m): 32.8/10
  • Tripod adaptable
  • Powerful zoom with different magnifications ideal for all outdoor activities and sporting events
  • Fully coated optics for crisp and sharp images with ruby lens to minimize glare
  • Large objective lens to maximize light transmission
  • Ergonomic design with shock-absorbing rubber armor
  • Includes carrying case and neckstrap

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

You can fix the double vision if you get one like that. I saw both good and bad reviews before I bought them and thought I just take a chance and hope that I get a good pair that did not have the double vision. At the price it was selling for ($29) it was worth the chance, anyway all I wanted was something to throw in the back of my truck. Well I was unlucky and received a pair with very bad double vision. But there is good news. There are two set screws that you can adjust the collimation to align the double vision. For these binoculars there was one set screw on each side of the binocular body – it at the top, just under the rubber (some binoculars have two on each side of the body, this only has one). Here is a link to more info on doing the procedure […] There is a picture there and although it is not the same binocular, the Barska Binocular set screw is located in the same place as in the picture. If the link does not work search on the internet for “Collimating binoculars”. (There are some other sites that recommend you to…

H. Rogers says:

Good value binocular I bought these on a whim in a closeout store about 6 months ago. I checked them quickly at the store to see if the optics were okay and aligned properly for focusing over the range of the zoom. When I got them home I checked them for daytime distance viewing from our back deck. The optics were better than I expected and the focus was good through about 25x. The controls aren’t as silky smooth as high-end binoculars, but not bad for $29. My biggest complaint is that there’s no tripod mounting provision, which would be quite welcome. They’re not real heavy, so using them strictly as hand-held is not too bad. If you are considering, I would recommend trying them in a store to make sure that you don’t have a collimation problem as experienced by another reviewer.

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