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Bushnell Trophy Xtreme 8x 56mm Binocular

Bushnell Trophy Xtreme 8x 56mm Binocular
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Trophy Xtreme
8x 56mm

Great wide field of view. The ultimate objective lenses deliver a light gathering performance that must be seen to be believed.

FULLY-MULTI COATED OPTICS
All air-to-glass surfaces feature multiple layers of anti-reflective coating. Fully multi-coated optical systems deliver the brightest, highest-contrast images with the least amount of eye strain because only a very small percentage of light is lost before it reaches the viewer's eye.

PC-3® PHASE COATING
A chemical coating applied to the prisms to enhance resolution and contrast for the brightest and clearest images possible.

WATERPROOF/FOGPROOF
Products are O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged for total waterproof and fogproof protection. These models can withstand complete immersion in water and stay dry inside. The interior optical surfaces won_t fog due to rapid temperature change or humidity.

LEAD FREE GLASS
Lead-free glass means we use no lead in the glass lenses or prisms, By using enviro-friendly materials, we're not only helping you see the outdoors in stunning clarity, we're doing our part to keep them beautiful.

BaK-4 porro prisms
Fully multi-coated lenses for maximum light transmission and optimum brightness
Heavy-duty, 100% waterproof/fogproof construction
3 step twist-up eyecups allow quick adjustment for optimum eye relief
Large center-focus knob for precise focusing _ even when wearing gloves
Trim, ergonomic shape for easy, all-day use
Textured, non-glare, non-slip rubber armor absorbs shock
Diopter adjustment for precise and reliable adjustments
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