Celestron UpClose G2 10×25 Roof Binocular 71232

December 3, 2015 - Comment

High quality binoculars at an affordable and economical price. These binoculars are perfect for several activities such as bird watching, sporting events, nature and wildlife, hunting, travel and ventures, concerts and live events and boating. Product Features Multi-coated optics increase light transmission resulting in brighter and sharper images with high contrast levels Stylish rubber covered

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High quality binoculars at an affordable and economical price. These binoculars are perfect for several activities such as bird watching, sporting events, nature and wildlife, hunting, travel and ventures, concerts and live events and boating.

Product Features

  • Multi-coated optics increase light transmission resulting in brighter and sharper images with high contrast levels
  • Stylish rubber covered aluminum body protects from rough handling
  • Ergonomic thumb indents and finger ridges for extra non-slip comfort and ease of use
  • Water resistant
  • Soft carrying case and binocular strap

Comments

mrovationguitar says:

Awesome and KID friendly too. I originally bought the Carson Hawk Kid’s Binoculars for my son’s 4th birthday. They are rated 5X magnification. I learned for kids you want a lower power and wider field of view. Only problem is they were double visioned. Sitting on the front porch he asked to look through mine. Hes 4 and knew mine were better and asked to trade. So, I bought these Celestron G2 8×21 model# 71230. They are powered about right for him and they have a real wide field of view. Next time we were on front porch watching farmer on his tractor in the field across the street i offered him a trade. He loves these and now the carson kids TOY is mine to throw away. They are about the same size as the Toy ones. I tied a knot is the neck strap to shorten it to fit him. We’ve went on short hikes with them. In spring we’re going camping with them. 

rarely reviews says:

Very good binocs. Even for as young as 3 yo We put this item on our kids ‘wish list’ for christmas after reading the reviews for the kids binoculars (specifically the fisher price ones). We are so glad that an uncle bought these for our 3yo son. He loves them. We love them too. They are a great set of light, compact binoculars that adjust for very small eyes up to adult male. Easy to adjust, hold and use. The carrying case they come with is a bit tight at first to get them in and out of, but with use it stretches just enough to make it easier to use. But all told, right now they don’t get into their carrying case all that often. The kids love to use them looking out the windows at birds, deer etc. We also have a set of Burris 10×32 binocs and these compare very well and hold their own. I recommend these binoculars.

J. KNOWLES says:

a bit dim and shaky, to be expected in a small 16x 16 power is very high for binoculars. With this body size, the shaking of the image is severe, and the high power makes the image dim from the 32mm front lenses. Bigger 16x binoculars are steadier and brighter, but still shaky. If you grip a 4ft x 1/2″ dowel to a barrel, the view is much steadier and the flare at the end keeps the dowel out of the view. The field of view is small also, so it will be tricky to find the target. Natural consequences aside, if you have a lot of light and stabilize the body well, the sharpness is OK and the color is nice and natural. The Celestron 10×21 G2 gives a brighter image with less shake, and for its power, has a sharper image, so you can see more if your eyes are up to it. If you can take a bit more size, Celestron, Leopold, and Barska all have 8×30 porros with deep contrast and images so sharp you will catch a lot of detail. They do cost more. Basically, you can either back down from this (the 8×20 range) or move up a bit (8×30) and get more…

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