Bushnell Excursion HD Roof Prism Binocular, 8x 42mm, Euro Green

December 3, 2015 - Comment

Supreme brightness and a class-leading field of view. See more game on your wall. New Excursion HD binos feature a class-leading, wide field of view, plus magnum powered brightness and clarity that’ll blow the eyecups off any competitor in their price range. Fully multi-coated optics and high-performance BaK-4 prisms with our PC-3® Phase Coating produce

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Supreme brightness and a class-leading field of view.

See more game on your wall. New Excursion HD binos feature a class-leading, wide field of view, plus magnum powered brightness and clarity that’ll blow the eyecups off any competitor in their price range. Fully multi-coated optics and high-performance BaK-4 prisms with our PC-3® Phase Coating produce outstandingly bright, clear images from edge to edge.

The rugged, lightweight housing is optimized for comfort and 100% waterproof/nitrogen purged. Side by side, nothing in its class offers a wider, more vivid view than Excursion HD.

Features:

Wide field-of-view PC-3 phase coating for color fidelity and clarity of image BaK-4 roof prisms Fully multi-coated optics 100% waterproof/fogproof construction Large, lockable center focus knob for precise focusing – even when wearing gloves Long eye relief Soft-Touch thumb grip

Specifications:

Magnification and Objective (mm): 8 x 42mm Close Focus (ft): 6.5 / 2 Lens Coating: Fully Multi-Coated Field of View (ft@1000yds/m@1000m): 426 / 142 Adapt to Tripod: Yes Eyecups: Twist-Up Eye Relief: 19.5 Focus System: Center Exit Pupil (mm): 5.3 Prism Glass: BaK-4 Weight (oz/g): 24.3 / 690 Size Class: Standard

Product Features

  • Quality optics with stunning HD clarity
  • 100% quality materials used and tested extensively
  • Beautiful design and durability built to last
  • Open bridge roof prism design; 8x magnification and 42mm objective lenses; Wide 330 foot field-of-view at 1000 yards
  • Lead-free glass; fully multi-coated optics and PC-3 phase coating for color fidelity and clarity of image
  • BaK-4 roof prisms; rugged lightweight housing; large, lockable center focus knob for precise focusing
  • Tripod adaptable for long range viewing; 100% waterproof and fog proof; carry case, storage bag and padded neck strap included
  • Soft touch thumb notches; limited lifetime warranty

Comments

Michael Southworth says:

Finally, all the working bells with change left over It’s easy to get buried in technical terms i.e. Fully Multi-Coated Optics, PC-3 Phase Coating, Open Bridge Design, Rubber Armor but the simple truth is some optics equipment pulls all this together and some just market it…leaveing much to be desired when the product is actually in your hands. I am a professional guide of 31 years. I’ve purchased and used Burris, Leupold, Swarovski, Zeiss and a beautiful pair of Schmidt and Bender that I still use. We can add in Minox and Pentax that have been borrowed from peers as well for 3 day hunts. To their credit, and frankly my surprise, Bushnell has put all the positives into these Excursions with none of the price. I received these almost a month ago and have spent 15 days in the hills and some pleasant time on the porch. I paired these side by side with a set Leupold Acadia 8×42, a Burris Signature Series 10×42 and the Bushnell Legend – HD 10-42. 

Sandstone says:

A solid value in very good binoculars for watching birds or game I ordered these binoculars without trying them with some hesitation for a trip to Alaska on which I planned to do some bird watching and general wildlife viewing. I had previously owned a pair of Bushnell Nature View 8 x 42 binoculars as well as several other pairs. I had a chance to try these out birdwatching around home, and am really pleased with them. I suppose one could find better in a pair of Svarovski’s at ten times the price, but I found these bright, clear and of apparently sound construction. If they do die, Bushnell offers repair or replacement for just a $10 S&H fee. These binos are rated as fully waterproof and fogproof and they have fully multi-coated optics. As any good roof prism binocular should, they are made with BAK-4 prisms and PC-3 phase coating. Technicals aside, they do what they are supposed to do. After installing the neck strap and adjusting the diopter to my vision (which incidently offered plenty of adjustment even for my eyes, one of which works…

Sirhikesalot says:

Bushnell Excursion price can’t be beat for quality and clarity. I was skeptical at first, Bushnell in my mind is not on line with Leupold and Nikon for optic quality, clarity, and ease of use. However, Outdoor life gave this pair a extremely great review and made it one of their “Great Buys”. So I purchased a pair, and my first thoughts are “WOW… what an amazing pair of bino’s and for only $127.00 – many other stores sell this product at a higher or much higher rate of $199. The ease of use is amazing, compares to my Nikon Sporter II, the clarity blows my Nikon out of the water, and the weight is slightly less then my heavy pair of Nikon’s but still has enough weight to keep steady. You will not find a better pair of bino’s for the price guaranteed. I am not a product specialist, I’m just a hunter with a love for great glass. Plus, I can’t afford to pick my nose lately so I had no other choice. If you are looking for a great pair of binocular’s, with super clarity, ease of use, and at a great price you can’t beat these.

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