Bushnell Trophy XLT Roof Prism Binoculars, 12x50mm

December 3, 2015 - Comment

Bushnell Trophy XLT 12x 50mm Binoculars World-class optics and superior durability. With light transmission, clarity and ruggedness as top priorities, we built the ultimate hunting binoculars. Recent upgrades to our XLT series include a new housing that’s even more durable and comfortable to use. High-Quality Optics Fully multi-coated optics and BaK-4 prisms work together to

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Bushnell Trophy XLT 12x 50mm Binoculars

World-class optics and superior durability. With light transmission, clarity and ruggedness as top priorities, we built the ultimate hunting binoculars. Recent upgrades to our XLT series include a new housing that’s even more durable and comfortable to use.

High-Quality Optics

Fully multi-coated optics and BaK-4 prisms work together to deliver ultra-bright, razor-sharp images through the most critical periods of game movement.

Rugged, Durable Construction

The tough, streamlined Dura-Grip rubber-armored housing is O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged for 100% waterproof/fogproof dependability. Soft-touch thumb grips further improve handling ease, and the objective lenses are now protected from the elements by flip covers.

Specifications: Magnification x Obj Lens: 12x 50mmClose Focus (ft/m): 13.0/4.0Lens Coating: Fully Multi-CoatedField of View (ft@1000yds/m@1000m): 241/80Adapt to Tripod: YesEyecups: Twist-UpEye Relief (mm): 18.2Focus System: CenterExit Pupil (mm): 4.2Prism Glass: BaK-4Water/Fog Proof: YesPrism System: RoofWeight (oz/g): 28/793Size Class: Standard

Product Features

  • Quality optics with stunning HD clarity
  • 100% quality materials used and tested extensively
  • Beautiful design and durability built to last
  • Fully multicoated optics deliver ultra-bright, razor-sharp images
  • Dura-Grip rubber-armored housing with soft-touch thumb grips
  • O-ring-sealed and nitrogen-purged for waterproof/fogproof durability
  • Fast focus system; flip covers for objective lenses

Comments

seth nickell says:

Great Product When it comes to glass, you get what you pay for and with these I got even more. The only complaint is that the lens covers that are made to flip open do not stay closed for even a second and weren’t worth keeping on. Great binoculars for glassing long distance in Oregon.

Mystic Wolf says:

Great pair of binoculars with one caveat… These are a great pair of binoculars, that I primarily use for long distance birding or hawk watching. They don’t seem to be as heavy as other 12x50mm I’ve held and they have a crisp, clear image. The only thing that kept them from getting 5 stars was the space between the objective lenses. I’m a pretty big guy and feel like my eyes are spaced apart pretty good, however when I use these I have to have the objective lenses almost touching to get the best view for me. My wife (who is petite), or even my children most likely will not ever be able to view these so I’m sure there’s gotta be a way to correct that but for now it’s not an issue for me.

William Kuhl says:

No Trophy for Bushnell Trophy XLT I bought these with the intention of using them for hunting purposes. I wanted the larger objective lens for low light situations. They function marginally, are heavy and not easy to get proper eye relief. The biggest objection to them I have is the new “flip up” lens covers. They are cheap soft rubber with a soft rubber cup that is supposed to fit inside the objective lens surround and attach to the slip over holder on the outside of the cap. Problem with soft rubber is that if there is not “flip” or “snap” to them. It is like asking a limp piece of pasta to do the job. So the result is they fall out as they feel like it. sometimes they stay in for several minutes sometimes they don’t stay in at all. These are going back, I don’t need the aggravation.

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