Bushnell Powerview 7-15×25 Compact Zoom Binocular

December 3, 2015 - Comment

A variety of styles and features appeal to a wide range of users from students of nature to concertgoers. Outstanding light transmission through fully-coated optics ensures bright, crisp clear viewing. Standard-size models feature InstaFocus for fast and easy focus on a moving target. The compact porro prism series provides great durability and performance in a

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A variety of styles and features appeal to a wide range of users from students of nature to concertgoers. Outstanding light transmission through fully-coated optics ensures bright, crisp clear viewing. Standard-size models feature InstaFocus for fast and easy focus on a moving target. The compact porro prism series provides great durability and performance in a smaller size. Our mid-size roof prism models with 32mm objectives provide increased brightness for low-light viewing conditions.The Powerview 7-15×25 Zoom Binoculars from Bushnell wrap quality optics into a compact and affordable package for versatile, all around use. With 7 to 15x adjustable magnification, these binoculars allow you to attain both close up detail at the high power range and a wider field of view at the low power range. The porro prism system ensures edge to edge clarity so that you can get a total picture. Thanks to quality BK-7 prism glass and fully coated optics, the binoculars deliver clear and bright images. Meanwhile, the ergonomic rubber housing provides a secure grip and shock resistance–while the compact size is easy to carry with you. Built to last, the Powerview 7-15×25 Binoculars come with a limited lifetime warranty from Bushnell.

Key Features: Fully coated optics for improved light transmission and brightness Non-slip rubber armor absorbs shock while providing a firm grip New contemporary styling Porro prism system for edge to edge clarity and a wider field of view

Specifications: Magnification: 7 to 15x Objective Lens Diameter: 25 millimeters Close Focus: 6 feet / 1.8 meters Lens Coating: Fully Field of View: 262 feet at 1000 yards / 87 meters at 1000 meters Eyecups: Fold Down Eye Relief: 12 millimeters Focus System: Center Exit Pupil: 3.5 millimeters at 7x / 1.6 millimeters at 15x Prism Glass: BK-7 Prism System: Porro Weight: 11 ounces / 315 grams Size Class: Compact

Product Features

  • 76mm reflector telescope
  • Alt-Azimuth mount 6 x 24mm finder scope
  • Skywatch CD
  • 25mm, 12.5mm & 4mm eyepieces
  • 2.4x Barlow
  • Compact zoom binoculars with 7 to 15x adjustable magnification and 25-millimeter objective lenses
  • Fully coated optics for improved clarity and light transmission
  • Ergonomic rubber housing for a secure grip and shock resistance
  • Fold down eyecups for comfort
  • Space-saving folding design; limited lifetime warranty

Comments

The One-Man Swarm says:

Good, Gimmicky Golf Glass After a number of noteworthy nature encounters on the golf course, I decided it would be wise to purchase a compact binocular for my golf bag. To that end, I purchased the Bushnell Powerview 7-15×25 reverse porro prism binocular. 

Lewis J. Hand says:

great binocs for the price I wanted a pair of binoculars that were light enough for carrying on hikes and powerful enough for some good bird watching and nature viewing. These fulfill those objectives just fine but lack the quality that I am accustomed to with Bushnell products. I suppose they offer them at a lower price for that reason but I am a little disappointed. The main problem is the lack of precision engineering. They tend to be stiff, difficult to open, the zoom lever doesn’t move easily and you have long lost your subject by the time you manage to adjust it. I might note that my first set from amazon was defective. One of the internal prisms or lens were mounted crookedly and I had to return them for another pair. I hope that Bushnell decides to use a better quality inspection system with their Chinese made products before their reputation suffers.

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