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Leupold Rogue Binoculars

   

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Magnification Other specs Quantity Price & availability

8X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Size:
4.3"-12.7 oz.

Objective Size (mm):
25mm

Eye Relief:
15mm

FOV:
337'

Close Focus Distance:
14'
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Leupold® Rogue™ Binoculars offer top-quality image clarity, affordably priced and ready to help you find your next trophy. Every model features porro prisms, multicoated lenses, generous eye relief, an easy-focus system with an oversized focus knob, and lens covers. Waterproof. Manufacturer's Green Ring limited lifetime warranty.

  • Porro prisms and multicoated lenses
  • Generous eye relief
  • Waterproof
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Website Picture Is Incorrect I purchased these binoculars in large part due to the picture that is included on the website. However, the picture is NOT the Leupold Rogue model. The Leupold Rogue is a small, compact field binocular, with small objective lenses. The Rogue is a nice piece of equipment for what it was designed for, but not what I was expecting. January 3, 2011
Good Binoc's I received my order quickly. I used the Binoc's on a hunting trip last week... they are very clear and provide very good "low light vision".... I got what paid for!! at a good price!!! I don't care for the bottom lense cover's.. they snap on, and come off very easy, any minor bump and they fall off. November 15, 2010
Leupold® Rogue™ Binoculars Purchased these based on price , quality, name brand, and size & weight. I checked them out in the store by focusing on far away abjects with naked eye and then looking thru the binocular. I have since used them in the field and I like them because they are small and light weight, They are probably not the best glasses in the world but I was on a tight budget and think I goy a good value for the money. October 24, 2013
Just In Time My old Binos would fog up in cold weather during deer hunting season. I purchased the Leupold Rogus Binos and they arrived just in time for this years deer hunting season here in Minnesota. Fantastic field of view and off hand glassing. Once these puppys are set they stay that way. Spotted my 8 point buck whth them. The 8 point is now hanging in my garage. Excellent set of binos. November 9, 2010
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Carrying case, shoulder strap, objective lens covers and exit pupil lens covers as well.
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Neck strap, cleaning cloth, waranty card, and instructions.
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carry case, lens covers, carry strap.
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Your description on this mentions "roof prism", but this item actually has "porro prism". Leupolds' websites says nothing about these binoculars having roof prisms. Is this a typo or did I miss something?
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That model is Roof Prism.
Very easy to tell the difference between roof and porro,,
porro are physically bigger cause they have a refractor mirror in the inside.. the roof prisms are a straight tube as you look at the binos.
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We apologize if this description once mentioned “Roof Prism.” We have corrected this error and have put that this item has “Porro Prism.” Thank you!
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