Bushnell Legend Ultra HD Compact Folding Roof Prism Binoculars,

Bushnell Legend Ultra HD Compact Folding Roof Prism Binoculars,

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Bushnell Legend Ultra HD Compact Folding Roof Prism Binoculars,

Bushnell Legend Ultra HD Compact Folding Roof Prism Binoculars,:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I'm a runner and a birder. I wanted binoculars that are small and light enough to carry in my hand while running but good enough for IDing birds far out on the water. Finding useful reviews for compact bins was tough. It's a category that tends to lure consumers into a "bigger and more expensive is better" mentality. Forum threads quickly devolve into "why do you want crummy small bins when you could spend $$$$ for these awesome huge ones?" (Because I can't run with them!) Plus, you can really fall down the rabbit hole of technical specs. I was using a pair of Tascos that were pretty atrocious—couldn't get worse, really.My requirements:1. Small and compact enough to carry securely in one hand. Double-hinged models are ideal for this, as well as for my narrow pupillary distance (small head).2. Lightweight because I'll be running with them.3. Clear, bright image. Really, just better than the fuzzy, unfocusable Tascos.4. 10x since most of my birding is on the waterfront and the birds tend to be pretty far away. Shaky hands aren't a problem for me.5. Waterproof and fogproof. It's generally wet here in the Pacific Northwest.6. Under 0. I don't want to freak out if I drop them.Much forum lurking and comparing later, I was torn between these Bushnells and the Alpen Wings ED 8x20. After reading a detailed forum review about how the Bushnells compared favorably to the user's very pricey Leica compact binoculars, I took the plunge.Several bird runs later, I can definitely recommend this model. The image is so clear and bright that I can easily ID birds way out on the log booms and buoys. Nice range of view for compact bins. Easy to follow eagles flying overhead. Lightweight and fold up really small to fit in my hand like a handheld water bottle—perfect for a running birder. The build feels solid and durable. Focusing is a breeze and doesn't drift out of focus as I run. The fogproof glass is a bonus when running on chilly days and then stopping to check out birds. The cheap bins immediately fogged up, but these do not. Twist-up eyecups are another nice bonus for compact bins.For what it's worth, I added a life bird to my list on my first run with these: snow bunting!max 87% off,ranking top5,houston mallBushnell Legend Ultra HD Compact Folding Roof Prism Binoculars,
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Bushnell Legend Ultra HD Compact Folding Roof Prism Binoculars,

Bushnell Legend Ultra HD Compact Folding Roof Prism Binoculars,:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I'm a runner and a birder. I wanted binoculars that are small and light enough to carry in my hand while running but good enough for IDing birds far out on the water. Finding useful reviews for compact bins was tough. It's a category that tends to lure consumers into a "bigger and more expensive is better" mentality. Forum threads quickly devolve into "why do you want crummy small bins when you could spend $$$$ for these awesome huge ones?" (Because I can't run with them!) Plus, you can really fall down the rabbit hole of technical specs. I was using a pair of Tascos that were pretty atrocious—couldn't get worse, really.My requirements:1. Small and compact enough to carry securely in one hand. Double-hinged models are ideal for this, as well as for my narrow pupillary distance (small head).2. Lightweight because I'll be running with them.3. Clear, bright image. Really, just better than the fuzzy, unfocusable Tascos.4. 10x since most of my birding is on the waterfront and the birds tend to be pretty far away. Shaky hands aren't a problem for me.5. Waterproof and fogproof. It's generally wet here in the Pacific Northwest.6. Under 0. I don't want to freak out if I drop them.Much forum lurking and comparing later, I was torn between these Bushnells and the Alpen Wings ED 8x20. After reading a detailed forum review about how the Bushnells compared favorably to the user's very pricey Leica compact binoculars, I took the plunge.Several bird runs later, I can definitely recommend this model. The image is so clear and bright that I can easily ID birds way out on the log booms and buoys. Nice range of view for compact bins. Easy to follow eagles flying overhead. Lightweight and fold up really small to fit in my hand like a handheld water bottle—perfect for a running birder. The build feels solid and durable. Focusing is a breeze and doesn't drift out of focus as I run. The fogproof glass is a bonus when running on chilly days and then stopping to check out birds. The cheap bins immediately fogged up, but these do not. Twist-up eyecups are another nice bonus for compact bins.For what it's worth, I added a life bird to my list on my first run with these: snow bunting!max 87% off,ranking top5,houston mallBushnell Legend Ultra HD Compact Folding Roof Prism Binoculars,