Bushnell Perma Focus 8x 25mm Binoculars

December 3, 2015 - Comment

Bushnell leads the industry with its high quality scopes and view finders. Trusted by the world over, whether you’re an avid huntsman, military, or recreational user, Bushnell will fit the mold for everything.Never lose focus on the action again–the Bushnell Perma Focus Binoculars keep you dialed in on your target at any long-distance range with

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Bushnell leads the industry with its high quality scopes and view finders. Trusted by the world over, whether you’re an avid huntsman, military, or recreational user, Bushnell will fit the mold for everything.Never lose focus on the action again–the Bushnell Perma Focus Binoculars keep you dialed in on your target at any long-distance range with no adjustments necessary. Simply raise them to your eyes and catch the action instantly.

With 8x magnification and 25-millimeter objective lenses, these compact binoculars are easy to carry with you. Thanks to their porro prism system, they maintain a large field of view ideal for sporting events and catching the action in nature. On cold days you will appreciate not having to take your gloves off to adjust the focus. With precision-crafted, BK-7 prisms and fully coated optics, the binoculars offer bright, crisp images even at low light. And the ergonomic rubber housing provides a secure grip–even with gloves on. Built to last, the Perma Focus 7×25 Binoculars carry a limited lifetime warranty from Bushnell.

Key Features: Unique “Focus-Free” operation–focuses automatically on subject. Please note: Focus-free models are designed for viewing distant subjects. The close-focus limit is subjective and dependent on the user’s eyesight. Fully coated optics for improved light transmission and brightness Non-slip rubber armor absorbs shock while providing a firm grip Porro prism system for a wide field of view with edge to edge clarity and great depth perception

Specifications: Magnification: 8 Objective Lens Diameter: 25 millimeters Lens Coating: Fully Field of View: 341 feet at 1000 yards / 113 meters at 1000 meters Eyecups: Fold Down Eye Relief: 10 millimeters Focus System: Free Exit Pupil: 3.1 millimeters Prism Glass: BK-7 Prism System: Porro Weight: 9.3 ounces / 263 grams Size Class: Compact

Product Features

  • Quality optics with stunning HD clarity
  • 100% quality materials used and tested extensively
  • Beautiful design and durability built to last
  • Compact, Perma Focus binoculars with 8x magnification and 25-millimeter objective lenses
  • Fixed-focus operation dials in focus at any distance automatically
  • Fully coated optics for improved clarity and light transmission
  • Ergonomic rubber housing for a secure grip and shock resistance
  • Designed for sporting events and nature observation; limited lifetime warranty

Comments

Max Weigel says:

I love these! These binocs are very similar to the ones they replaced that cost 5x as much. The old ones got tossed because they were showing a double image after living in my backpack for 2 years or so. The Bushnells may or may not have the quality of optics that the more expensive units did but the “Permafocus” or infinite depth focus makes it so you just pick them up and look. If what you are looking at is further than about 75′ away it will be clear. This is really great when multiple users are using them as you don’t have to reconfigure them for each persons eyes. It is also good for scanning a wide area as you don’t have to adjust focus for close or far. This also makes them great for watching sports where things move fast.I decided to try these because we have some older 10×50 units that use the same “Permafocus” design under a different brand that got bought by Bushnell and they have been working great for over 10 years. I hope I will be able to say the same about these.

The Penguin says:

Good compromise between size, weight, price and optical quality I got these to replace a pair of Bushnell 8×21 camo folding compact binoculars that was stolen. I like these better. I don’t have to hassle with unfolding them, adjusting them and focusing them like the old ones. I just pick them up and look. I tried a pair of generic Chinese 10×21 folding compact binoculars for a while, but it was a hassle to get them focused. By the time I got them focused, somebody would say “lemee see, lemee see!”. When I got them back, they were out of focus again. I thought I’d give the permafocus ones a try. After a few days, I really like it. Permafocus may not be for everyone, but it’s exactly what I was looking for. Now I can pass them around and still see stuff when I get them back. Permafocus has it’s limitations though. For one, anything closer than 25 yards is not in focus. Between 25-30 yards it’s not in perfect focus, but good enough. No problems at 50 yards and beyond. The field of view is better than my old 8×21 binoculars and the eye…

D. Paul says:

Great binoculars After using these binoculars at a rock concert, and a football game, I don’t understand why anyone would want to use binoculars that need focusing. It’s great to NOT miss the action while already being focused in on it, instead of trying to focus in on it, and missing it.

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