Swarovski Optik El Swarovision Binoculars, 8x32mm (Green)

April 24, 2016 - Comment

Such clarity. Such high contrast. Such unparalleled excellence. The EL SWAROVISION family marks a milestone in long-range optics. Every pair of binoculars is itself a masterpiece of precision and innovation for perfect identification of your target. Whichever model you choose, the EL SWAROVISION family always meets the most discerning demands and you can savour each

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Such clarity. Such high contrast. Such unparalleled excellence. The EL SWAROVISION family marks a milestone in long-range optics. Every pair of binoculars is itself a masterpiece of precision and innovation for perfect identification of your target. Whichever model you choose, the EL SWAROVISION family always meets the most discerning demands and you can savour each moment to the full. EL 32 binoculars combine unique SWAROVISION technology with lightweight design, which is perfect for challenging hunting conditions in the mountains and long treks during safari hunting. The legendary EL wrap-around grip makes them comfortable to use with one hand. Choosing an 8x or 10x magnification allows you to adjust perfectly to your own requirements while out hunting. The 8x magnification provides you with an excellent field of view and rapid target acquisition. On the other hand, the 10x magnification provides particularly good detail recognition, even over a longer distance.

Product Features

  • Perfect equipment contributes greatly to your hunting success; The new EL 32 SWAROVISION is the perfect partner for anyone who desires exceptional technology, even in a smaller binocular
  • The finest structures and smallest details are reproduced with perfect contrast right up to the image periphery, enabling the observer to enjoy, for the first time, a perfect image without any distortion
  • Highly innovative optics design combined with fluoride containing HD lenses minimize interfering color fringing; 6-lens objective with excellent light-gathering qualities
  • Full marks in optics and brilliance, large field of view of 423 ft. (141 m); In-built dioptric compensation in pull-out focusing wheel
  • Optimized SWAROBRIGHT, SWARODUR and SWAROTOP coatings for lifelike colors; Maximum ergonomics and design, fits snugly in your hand

Comments

FFDR says:

light, bright and sharp, the best all around bino! We have a swaro el 8×32 and love it. It is light, lets in a lot of light and the image is really sharp. But after sharing one bino w/ my husband for 2 years, we decide that it is time to get a 2nd pair. Due to Swaro’s superior optics and customer service, we go for swaro again. But we are debating between swaro’s 8×32 and 8.5×42. After talking to 2 sales people at Eagle Optics, we went for 8×32 and are very happy with our decision. 

Golog says:

The best is now better When the original Swarovski EL 8×32 binoculars (ASIN: B0019F3E8U) were introduced in 2003, I upgraded from the Leica 8x32s, which had been the best all-around birding binoculars since the mid-1990s, when they displaced the venerable Zeiss 10x40s. The original Swaro 8x32s focused closer and handled better than the Leicas and remained the best birding binoculars IMHO until Swarovski introduced the redesigned Swarovision EL 8x32s, which now are number one. 

J. H. Haley says:

Best mid-size binocs? Bought these after researching to replace Zeiss 8×42 left at a vacation rental home and “never found.” Those were king of the hill among mid-size binocs a few years ago, per reviews from birder sites. (Birders post the most complete and authoritative reviews I have found.) I am very pleased with them. Have compared them to my Zeiss Victory 8×56 T* RF and believe it or not they are better until it gets really dark. Crisper, more detail, better contrast. Have not been able to compare them to the newest Zeiss using the supposed breakthrough SCHOTT® HT glass, claimed to provide higher % light transmission, but with that possible exception I am confident these are class-best.

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