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Bushnell Marine Waterproof/Fogproof Binoculars

Bushnell Marine Waterproof/Fogproof Binoculars

Description

The Bushnell Marine Waterproof/Fogproof Binoculars are built to withstand extreme nautical environments.

Features

  • O-ring sealed and nitrogen-purged to keep out moisture
  • Highly resistant to saltwater corrosion
  • BaK-4 porro prisms for bright, clear, crisp viewing
List Price
$209.45
Your Price
$142.46
In Stock

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Details

We suggest you keep them on board, but made our Marine™ series binoculars buoyant, waterproof and corrosion resistant, so a little dunking won't deep-six your day. You'll appreciate the ultra-bright, crisp views granted by their multi-coated optics and premium BaK-4 prism glass. Rugged rubber armoring provides a sure grip, absorbs shock and keeps them from sliding in rough conditions. They're essential equipment if you spend much time on deck, and aren't fazed by a little time off it.

Features 

  • Fully Multi-coated optics for superior light transmission and brightness
  • 100% waterproof / fogproof 
  • Non-slip, non-skid rubber armor cushions bumps and shock, prevents sliding and provides a firm grip when wet
  • Hermetically sealed
  • Fold-down eyecups

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Bushnell Marine Waterproof/Fogproof Binoculars 137501 Marine waterproof/fogproof binoculars, 7 x 50mm
$142.46
In Stock
Bushnell Marine Waterproof/Fogproof Binoculars 137500 Marine waterproof/fogproof binoculars with illuminated compass, 7 x 50mm
$174.18
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