With a higher magnification the Bushnell 10x42 PermaFocus Binocular is equipped with quality optics to ensure detailed views. Small in size, because of its Roof Prism system, and light in weight make it a wise selection for almost all users.
The optics incorporated in this binocular are placed with perfect engineering thus providing natural views with optimum brightness and contrast. The Bushnell 10x42 PermaFocus provides a long eye-relief with twist-up eyecups to provide you comfort during action.
Anti-reflective coatings are applied to optics to ensure glare-free, crystal clear images. The focus free feature of this binocular provides further ease to the users (binocular stays in focus in most viewing distances). The Bushnell PermaFocus 10x42 Binocular has a non-slip rubber armour which in addition to a strong and secure grip absorbs shocks and is also non-reflective. It is best for hunting, hiking, wildlife Safari. Just put it in front of your eyes and it is done
Features: Bushnell 10x42 PermaFocus Binocular
Focus-free focusing system - stays in focus at most distances
Customer Reviews on Bushnell Perma/Focus 10x42 Roof-Prism Binocular
5 out of 5
Review by george renwick,
20/11/2013, Customer Rating:
very good and lightweight .just what i wanted .excellent delivery ordered on the mind and they were delivered on the tuesday would recommend to deal with
Review by george mackay,
27/12/2011, Customer Rating:
Hi received binoculars ok and they are perfect they were a xmas present for my daughter and son-in-law they are very pleased with them. best regards
ps the delivery and the price was very good
Review by david webb,
20/07/2011, Customer Rating:
Excellent product feels very robust, nice grip and of course no focusing. very easy on the eye which was my main worry as I have previous binos and spend too long tryin to align my eye to the eyepiece to avoid black areas. I think this is a combination of the exit pupil and eye relief and having tried a pair of 8X25 a friend bought, simply looked for a set with the same or better which these were.
Probably wouldn't recommend for bird watching at close range i.e. in your garden (mines about 10m) as the auto focus cannot accomodate close up, but I knew this and was not why I boght them.