At any time of day, you'll be able to clearly see your subject or enjoy the beauty of the scenery when you have the Bushnell 7X50 H2O binoculars with you. The large objectives make the viewing field bright for use on cloudy days, at daybreak and at nightfall. Intended for all weather use in all types of locations, the binoculars have a waterproof O-ring seal, and they are filled with nitrogen to prevent fogging. The exterior is outfitted with a textured, rubberised armour that allows you to maintain a tight grip, even if your hands sweat or it's raining outside. The twisting eyecups make it possible for you to use the viewing field with eyeglasses or sunglasses on, and there is an easy-to-use center focusing knob included in the design. Bushnell 7X50 H2O binoculars work great in and out of the water. A perfect binocular for boating, fishing, whale watching as well as general outdoor viewing.
Large center-focus knob is easy to put your finger on even when wet
Twist-up eyecups and a right eye diopter customize these binoculars to personal preference
The housing is o-ring sealed and purged with bone-dry nitrogen to ensure all-weather performance
Multicoated optics reduces light loss and glare due to reflection offering a brighter, higher-contrast image
Rubber armoring with soft textured ridges ensures a secure, comfortable grip and added shock-resistance as well
Wide angle view: 6.7° (actual)
Weight: 978 grams (2.15 pounds)
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Angle of View
All Binoculars, Astronomy / Night, Birdwatching, General Use / Travel, Hunting, Marine, Sports Viewing
978 grams (2.15 pounds)
Shipping & Delivery
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We do not currently offer a pickup service. Nearly all of the products are shipped out from our Melbourne warehouse via Australia Post. All deliveries are sent out as quickly as possible and free of charge to anywhere within Australia and New Zealand.
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