Pentax Marine Boat 8 x 40 PCF WP II Series Marine Boat Binoculars

April 24, 2016 - Comment

See what you might have been missing with the PENTAX PCF WP II series of binoculars. A perfect companion for dusk or dawn observation, these high-performance models come with large objective lenses for superior light gathering in even the lowest light conditions. The nitrogen-filled bodies are protected by a rubber covering that makes them waterproof,

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See what you might have been missing with the PENTAX PCF WP II series of binoculars. A perfect companion for dusk or dawn observation, these high-performance models come with large objective lenses for superior light gathering in even the lowest light conditions. The nitrogen-filled bodies are protected by a rubber covering that makes them waterproof, fog-proof, and fully submersible down to one meter of water. Stylish designs host features that provide excellent viewing comfort and easy operation. Offering a perfect blend of outstanding optical performance and rugged waterproof design, the PENTAX PCF WPs II are ideal for use on and around water.

Product Features

  • Nitrogen-filled waterproof (JIS Class 6) construction
  • Aluminum-diecast body adds strength and durability
  • Long eye-relief for viewing with or without glasses
  • Mechanical focus lock feature allows user to lock in at a specific distance for convenient focus-free viewing
  • Click-stop diopter adjustment locks in right eyepiece diopter setting

Comments

Steven G says:

Decent Binos (especially for the price) I just received my pair of these Pentax binoculars yesterday. I purchased them off of Amazon on sale for $110 with super saver shipping. They arrived quickly and well packaged. Build quality of the binoculars themselves is excellent. Everything appears very solid. The only slight complaints I have in this department is that the diopter adjustment switch seemed quite tight at first. After working it back and forth a few times (almost seemed like I was forcing it) it loosened up quite a bit. Also the lens covers (both eyepiece and objective) fall off way too easily, almost no point even using them. I will probably store it in the soft case that it came with (which is very nice) and won’t even bother with the lens covers. I may in the future either add some felt on the covers to make the fit tighter, or purchase some better ones (the felt is more likely) 

Rico Marstreaux says:

Pentax pcf wpII 8×42 These have great optical quality and are well built. I received these binoculars two days ago and have been putting them through the paces, indoors and outdoors. The temp. outside today was about 25 degrees fahrenheit, a partly cloudy winter day. I came across some Cedar waxwings and also a Downy woodpecker, the views through these Pentaxs’ were great, I noticed the focus was very sharp and the Birds colors looked natural. During use I found that I could fairly easily track down the birds when looking through the binocs, and when they would fly from tree to tree I was able to keep track of them and re-focus when they landed. The view takes on a very detailed and three dimensional look through these, the depth of field is great and the Pentax PCF 8×42’s lenses seemed to wrap around the birds and they just ‘ Pop’ out at you, very impressive in my opinion. As to build quality, they are very sturdily built and comfortable to hold, these binoculars had a lot of thought put into them, from the focus lock switch, to the divets for your thumbs…

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