Bushnell Elite E2 7 x 26 Custom Compact Binocular

December 3, 2015 - Comment

A 60 plus year masterwork of ruggedness, clarity and light transmission, our Elite binoculars represent the pinnacle of optical performance for today’s outdoor enthusiast. Want bright? Fully multi-coated and featuring XTR technology, our advanced fusion hybrid lens system delivers 99.7% light transmission per lens. The result is unmatched edge to edge clarity, contrast and color

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A 60 plus year masterwork of ruggedness, clarity and light transmission, our Elite binoculars represent the pinnacle of optical performance for today’s outdoor enthusiast. Want bright? Fully multi-coated and featuring XTR technology, our advanced fusion hybrid lens system delivers 99.7% light transmission per lens. The result is unmatched edge to edge clarity, contrast and color true imagery pushed to the highest levels with the use of premium ED Prime glass. For clarity in the foulest conditions, our patented RainGuard(R) HD coating eliminates lens fogging, boosts brightness and scatters moisture even faster than the original RainGuard. The view is unbelievable, the technology is unmistakably Bushnell. Features twist-up eyecups fully multi-coated including ED Prime glass and Bak-4 prisms. Comfort neck strap and custom-molded case is included. Also features standard size class with a center focus system.A 60-plus-year masterwork of ruggedness, clarity, and light transmission, the Bushnell Elite E2 7×26 binocular represents the pinnacle of optical performance for today’s outdoor enthusiast. The binocular is equipped with fully multicoated optics, creating unmatched edge-to-edge clarity, contrast, and true color imagery. The binocular also offers clarity in the foulest conditions thanks to the patented RainGuard HD coating, , a patented, permanent, water-repellant coating that causes moisture from rain, snow, sleet, and condensation to bead up and scatter less light. This prevents fogging and boost brightness, producing the type of view that other optics can only dream about. Other features include twist-up eyecups, a 7-foot close focus distance, a textured surface, a comfort neck strap, and a waterproof case.

Specifications
Magnification: 7x Objective lens: 26mm Lens coating: Fully multi Field of view: 363 feet @ 1,000 yards Tripod-adaptable: Yes Eyecups: Twist-up Eye relief: 16 inches Focus system: Center Exit pupil: 3.7mm Prism glass: BaK-4 Prism system: Porro Size class: Compact Weight: 12 ounces

About Bushnell
Bushnell has been the industry leader in high-performance sports optics for more than 50 years. The company’s guiding principle is to provide the highest quality, most reliable, and most affordable sports optics products on the market. Bushnell product lines enhance the enjoyment of every outdoor pursuit, including nature study, hunting, fishing, birding, and stargazing. Indoors, the company’s binoculars bring the audience closer to the action in fast-moving sports or the fine arts at theaters and concerts.

Product Features

  • Quality optics with stunning HD clarity
  • 100% quality materials used and tested extensively
  • Beautiful design and durability built to last
  • Compact binocular with 7x magnification and 26mm objective lens
  • Fully multicoated optics create edge-to-edge clarity and brightness
  • Treated with RainGuard HD permanent water-repellant coating
  • 7-foot close focus distance; twist-up eyecups
  • Tripod-adaptable; center focus system; weighs 12 ounces

Comments

Pat Munday says:

Best Compact for this Hunter’s Money Seriously good compact binos at a good price. I carry binos around my neck from morning to night on the 30 to 40 days that I hunt through rugged country in the northern Rocky Mountains. I like the clarity, brightness, and long eye relief (full view when wearing glasses) of the Bushnell 7X26. I can’t bear full size, 2-pound+ optics hanging around my neck all day. Also, the compact size means they stay out of the way while hunting with a longbow. I also carry them while backpacking/hiking in the mountains 30 to 40 days each summer. Yes, you give up a bit of brightness that full size binos provide at dawn and dusk–but well worth the tradeoff in my book. Do your homework: for the most critical bino reviews, talk with birder friends and visit birder web sites. This is the only compact, well-priced bino that birding sites recommended. For stories about how I use these, see my EcoRover blogspot.

Skoro says:

Excellent daytime compact I’ve had this bino for two years now, so it’s gotten plenty of use. First, let me say that it’s ergonomically excellent. Fits the hand as well as many much more expensive binoculars. Very compact and lightweight, so they don’t become a pain in the neck when you’re out on the trail. Optically, they are the equal of models costing twice as much. The glass is exceptionally clear. For daytime use, these have become my favorites.Enthusiastically recommended.

Jabba The Hoot says:

Bushnell’s Modern Rendition of Original “Custom Compacts” Bushnell Elite E2 7 x 26 binoculars are the modern rendition of Bushnell’s “Custom Compact” 7 x 26 binoculars, which were originally designed for NASA’s Gemini Space Flights, during the 1960’s. The original versions were built in Japan, and are of the highest quality, glass lenses and overall construction. 

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