Bushnell Powerview 8×21 Compact Folding Roof Prism Binocular (Black)

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– A foldable compact that fits a pocket or purse– Fully-coated optics for a brighter view– Non-slip rubber armor absorbs shock while providing a firm grip– Contemporary styling TRAVELERS, NATURE OBSERVERS AND CONCERT GOERS LISTEN UP: The PowerView® series offers the largest line of Bushnell-quality, affordable binoculars. No matter what your purpose, you’ll find a

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– A foldable compact that fits a pocket or purse
– Fully-coated optics for a brighter view
– Non-slip rubber armor absorbs shock while providing a firm grip
– Contemporary styling

TRAVELERS, NATURE OBSERVERS AND CONCERT GOERS LISTEN UP: The PowerView® series offers the largest line of Bushnell-quality, affordable binoculars. No matter what your purpose, you’ll find a variety of magnifications, styles and sizes, and multi or fully-coated optics for bright, vivid images.

The Bushnell 8×21 PowerView FRP compact binoculars combine contemporary styling and design with traditional Bushnell quality and durability. They are easy to use and economical and feature general-purpose roof prisms. They offer 8x magnification and a field of view of 378 feet at 1,000 yards in a compact 7-ounce body. Their black rubber armoring ensures they can sustain active use. Bushnell’s 8×21 PowerView FRP compact binoculars include a carrying case and a neck strap for convenience and comfort on the go.

Features:

Fully-coated optics for a brighter viewNon-slip rubber armor absorbs shock while providing a firm gripContemporary styling

Specifications:

Magnification X Obj Lens: 8 x 21Close Focus (ft/m): 21 / 6.4Lens Coating: FullyField of View ft@1000yds / m@ 1000m: 378 / 126Weight (oz/g): 7 / 195Eyecups: Fold DownEye Relief: 10Exit Pupil (mm): 2.6Prism Glass: BK-7Water/Fog Proof: NoAbout 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.

A foldable compact that fits a pocket or purse.

Built with a center focus system.

Product Features

  • Roof-prism binocular with 8x magnification and 21-Millimeter objective diameter
  • Multicoated optics guarantee superior light transmission and brightness
  • Center focus system makes it easy to sharpen your view
  • Nonslip rubber armor absorbs shock, 21-Feet close focusing distance
  • 378-Feet field of view at 1000-Yards, weighs 7-Ounce, limited lifetime warranty

Comments

Anthony Allison says:

Perfect for back row of auditorium Talk about a revelation: Why did nobody tell us how much a pair of good binoculars can enhance your enjoyement of concerts and shows? My wife and I warmly recommend these Bushnell 8x21s for such events. You can save money by buying cheap seats in the nosebleed section, because for approx. $20 these binocs give you an amazing close-up view. After carefully reading the online reviews of these and the Bushnell 12x25s, I couldn’t decide which would be better for a recent trip to New York, and ended up buying both. My wife and I tried each and agreed these smaller, lighter ones were absolutely perfect for the back row of Carnegie Hall and a Broadway show. The 12x25s have better magnification, but your natural hand/arm shaking is also magnified. Since one can’t easily take a tripod into Broadway theaters and such, the lightweight 8x21s are therefore ideal. The perfect compromise between weight and adequate magnification. We liked the handy carrying case and weren’t concerned, as others were…

silent_archimedes says:

From the perspective of a beginner and amateur photographer I know very little about binoculars. I know a lot about cameras, but have never owned a pair of binocs. I wanted to buy a basic binoculars with a decent range for my photography nature trips. I wanted to survey a scene quickly with light binoculars and decided to get this one. It’s cheap, had good reviews and a respectable name. Here are my views after owning it for a couple of months: 

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