Swarovski Optik 10×42 EL Range Water Proof Roof Prism Binocular with 6.3 Degree Angle of View & Laser Rangefinder, USA

April 24, 2016 - Comment

High image quality and uncompromising transmission values for bright and high contrast images Close-range observation distance of 16.4 ft (5 m) Widest field of view in its class, due to wide-angle ocular (61deg.) Maximum exit interpupillary distance (better visual comfort, especially for eyeglass-wearers) Lockable diopter correction Product Features Swarovski EL Binocular and Rangefinder in one

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High image quality and uncompromising transmission values for bright and high contrast images Close-range observation distance of 16.4 ft (5 m) Widest field of view in its class, due to wide-angle ocular (61deg.) Maximum exit interpupillary distance (better visual comfort, especially for eyeglass-wearers) Lockable diopter correction

Product Features

  • Swarovski EL Binocular and Rangefinder in one
  • Effective range 33 to 1500 yards
  • Measures in yards or meters
  • SWARO-AIM technology for ballistic trajectory
  • Scan mode for moving game

Comments

Dex says:

First use of the EL Range Binocs I purchased the 10×42 Swarovski EL Range binocs and used them for the first time on an elk/deer trip to Utah. Since I already own Leica 10×42 range binocs, I was curious to see how they compared. The ergonomics of the EL’s are much better; well balanced and very comfortable to use. The rangefinder and slope worked flawlessly. Clarity and field of view were great. What I was not prepared for was the spectacular low light gatherng/vision; simply amazing. It seems brighter than the actual ambient which doesn’t seem possible. Great binocs!

D. Matheny says:

Top-of-the-line Optics and Features I’ve been an ‘optic snob’ for years when it comes to rifle scopes; but, just recently realized the difference a good set of binoculars can make. It was actually a set of Leica binoculars that opened my eyes to the world of high-end binoculars – so I originally looked at their instead of these. 

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