Carson JK Series Waterproof Bird Watching Binoculars (JK-842)

December 3, 2015 - Comment

The JK-842 from Carson Optical is an 8x42mm close focus roof prism Binocular. These Binoculars feature BAK-4 prisms and fully multi-coated optics for crisp, clear viewing. Large 42mm objective lenses gather plenty of light to ensure the viewing image is bright even in low light conditions. Superior close focus capabilities allow you to focus on

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The JK-842 from Carson Optical is an 8x42mm close focus roof prism Binocular. These Binoculars feature BAK-4 prisms and fully multi-coated optics for crisp, clear viewing. Large 42mm objective lenses gather plenty of light to ensure the viewing image is bright even in low light conditions. Superior close focus capabilities allow you to focus on objects as close as 6 feet in front of you! Close focus is particularly important for wildlife viewing because it allows one to view the details of a bird or animal out of nowhere. The JK-842 8x42mm close focus roof prism Binoculars are O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged making them waterproof and fogproof. Twist-up eyecups stop in three positions to provide optimal eye relief for all users. Large focus wheel turns smoothly for precise focus adjustments. Independent right diopter adjustment makes it possible to adjust the focus to allow for strength differences in each eye. The JK Series Binoculars are the ideal choice for hunting, birding, hiking or fishing

WARRANTY
At Carson, we manufacture only the highest quality binoculars. We’re so confident in our products that we back them with a No Fault, No Hassle Warranty! In the event that your binoculars get damaged, regardless of cause, Carson will repair or replace them for a total cost of $15.00, which includes all return shipping and handling fees. NO HIDDEN CHARGES! If your binoculars are found to have manufacturing defects in materials or workmanship, Carson will repair or replace your binoculars and return them FREE OF CHARGE.

Product Features

  • 8x Magnification | 42mm Objective Lens Diameter | Weight: 1.3 lbs.
  • Fully Multi-Coated Lenses | BAK-4 Prisms | Field of View: 320 feet at 1,000 yards
  • O-ring Sealed and Nitrogen-Purged Making Them Waterproof and Fogproof
  • Eye cups rotate in 3 Positions Providing Optimal Eye Relief For All Users
  • Included Accessories: Pouch, Neck Strap, Lens Covers and Lens Cloth
  • Backed by the Carson No Fault, No Hassle Warranty

Comments

gentsonly says:

Good Binocs for a Good Price I searched all over the ‘net for reviews of this binocular, but could find nothing, so I decided to take a chance, get the Carson 10X42s and review them myself. Here’s what I found… 

Thomas Leo Ogren says:

Mighty good deal for the money. I’ve got to say I’m really pleased with my new Carson 8 x 42 close focus binoculars….easily the best binoculars I’ve seen for less than a hundred dollars.They’re good looking, shock resistant, water-proof, have a good strap, a decent case…are easy to focus….very decent, well-made birding binos. I’d rate the view through them as almost as good as my Nikon Monarchs…a pair I really loved…but that were stolen…but, the Carson binoculars cost about a third as much.

Trailmaker says:

OK for occasional use I owned these for over a year and a half and got them for $68. They are just shy of enough eye relief for the glasses I wore. I now have new glasses and they don’t meet the eye relief I need now. I don’t remember them getting knocked into anything but I recently noticed the whole left eyepiece (not eyecup) was crooked. I thought it was just a pressed fit so I tried to straighten it and it came right off. I realized that it’s a screw on and it’s made of plastic. I screwed it back on but it was stripped so I had to secure it with tape. I’m glad I didn’t pay more for these since they just have rubber lamination on a plastic body and now the rubber layer is just starting to separate from the body. I use them a lot for hiking. I really like the 6′ near focus since I do a lot of butterfly watching and the optics are pretty good for this price range. Spending more to get a better built pair would be worth it if you intend to get a lot of use out of binocs which is what I have to do now but…

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