Pentax AD 9×28 WP Binoculars (Green)

April 24, 2016 - Comment

The PENTAX AD 9 x 28mm Waterproof Binoculars are a part of their A series lineup. These binoculars offer you impeccable viewing quality in a compact, portable and durable design, so you can enjoy carrying convenience without compromising performance. And like all A series binoculars, these have premium quality features and are built for all

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The PENTAX AD 9 x 28mm Waterproof Binoculars are a part of their A series lineup. These binoculars offer you impeccable viewing quality in a compact, portable and durable design, so you can enjoy carrying convenience without compromising performance. And like all A series binoculars, these have premium quality features and are built for all of life’s adventures.

Product Features

  • Compact Roof & Porro Prism Model
  • Lightweight & Compact
  • Premium Multilayer Coatings Assure The Maximum Light Transmission Through The Binocular
  • Durable Construction Includes Fiber-reinforced Polycarbonate Design Provides Ruggedness

Comments

MdRon says:

Too Much of the Barrel Inside is Visible Firstly, these binoculars are solid, built very nicely, and show good quality. It’s too bad, because what I find to be wrong with them, seems to me, to be just an oversight, that keeps these binoculars from being really good. The main thing I find wrong is that there is “too much visible tube”. In all binoculars, you can see the field of view surrounded by a black perimeter, or boarder. It’s the blackened inside of the barrel, out towards the end of the binocular. Most manufacturers situate the lenses so that the visible thickness of this boarder is kept to a minimum. But at Pentax, they didn’t seem to be paying too much attention to this, because the boarder is really thick, and it becomes a point of distraction. When you look through these binoculars, it seems as though you are looking through the middle tube of a toilet paper roll that has been painted black. To me, it became very distracting and annoying, as well as making me feel somewhat like a Cyclops. Most other…

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