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Bushnell H2O Series Waterproof Binoculars

Bushnell H2O Series Waterproof Binoculars

Description

The Bushnell H2O Series Waterproof Binoculars are designed to withstand the slick conditions and wet atmosphere of life on the water.

Features

  • Non-slip rubber armor absorbs shock while providing firm grip
  • Large center focus knob for easy, precise adjustments
  • Perfect for skiers, snowmobilers, anglers and kayakers
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$61.95
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$45.51
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100% waterproof, Bushnell H2O binoculars are rugged, fog proof, and O-ring sealed to prevent moisture from getting in. Like the name says, these binoculars are made for water. Splash them, soak them, dunk them, and the Bushnell binoculars will emerge 100% fog free and dry inside.

Bushnell has built the Bushnell H2O 8x25mm Waterproof Folding Binoculars to be perfect for skiers, snowmobilers, anglers and kayakers. True waterproof construction and a rugged, non-slip rubber design makes the Bushnell H2O series a simple choice. And with a compact folding body, you can take the Bushnell H2O 8x25mm Folding Roof Prism Binocular with you everywhere.

Features:

  • Black roof prism binoculars
  • Compact and foldable
  • Twist-up eye cups
  • BaK-4 roof prisms for bright, clear, crisp viewing
  • Waterproof: O-ring sealed and nitrogen-purged for 100% reliable, fog-free performance
Notable Specifications:
  • Magnification: 8x
  • Objective Lens: 25mm
  • Lens Coating: Multi-coated
  • Field of View: 341' at 1000 yards
  • Tripod Adaptable: No
  • Eyecups: Twist-up
  • Eye Relief: 13.5"
  • Focus System: Center Focus
  • Exit Pupil: 3.2mm
  • Prism Glass: BaK-4
  • Prism System: Roof
  • Weight: 10.3 oz
  • Size Class: Compact
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Bushnell H2O Series Waterproof Binoculars 138005 H2O series waterproof binoculars, 8 x 25mm, black
$45.51
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