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Redfield Rebel 10x42 Binoculars

   

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10X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Size:
5.9"-26.4oz.

Objective Size (mm):
42mm

Eye Relief:
16.3'

FOV:
341'

Close Focus Distance:
4.3'
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  • SKU: 1698511

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An advanced ergonomic roof prism design and an armored aluminum body make the Redfield® Rebel™ 10x42 Binocular a well-balanced, easy-handling binocular that weighs significantly less than competing models, with the impeccable image quality you need in the field. Premium BaK-4 prisms offer superior brightness, resolution, and edge clarity; nitrogen filled for waterproof/fogproof performance. Center focus; twist-up eyecups; tripod-ready. Includes soft case, neoprene neck strap, and lens covers. Close Focus Distance: 4.3'. Weight: 26.4 oz. Height: 5.9''. Color: Black.
Manufacturer model #: 67605.

  • Advanced ergonomic roof prism design
  • Armored aluminum body
  • Well-balanced, easy-handling binocular
  • Weighs significantly less than competing models
  • Premium BaK-4 prisms offer superior brightness
  • Nitrogen filled for waterproof/fogproof performance
  • Center focus
  • Twist-up eyecups
  • Tripod-ready
  • Includes soft case, neoprene neck strap, and lens covers
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by easy to use other then one lens cap was missing upon delivery, these are one of the best binos's I have used for the price December 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Bino's I didn't buy these new. I found them in a pawnshop and saw they were the same binoculars I was looking at at Bass Pro's over the summer. I bought them because they were at a great price, and no they didn't come with the case or strap, I have a RedHead harness that I put on them. I also have a pair of 12x50 Barska's I bought last year and thought they were the best value for the money, until I compared the two side by side. WOW what a difference in magnification, brightness and clarity. RedField wins hands down. Wasn't looking for them when I walked into the pawnshop, but I'm really glad I bought them. October 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good so far. I haven`t hunted w/them yet but, they seem very clear and easy to handle. A bit heavy, but I like them. September 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Bino's I am a Bushnell guy, but these make me think twice. Bought them in KC store. Looked across their lake on a darkening winter evening. Wow, were they clear and bright. Lens caps aren't great, so just be cautious about that. July 24, 2013
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Yes. we have used them to sight in. they help
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These are very good. it will depend on what your are spotting. If you are spotting target groups on paper they are great but you will need contrasting paper they dont work well with black paper targets. If you are spotting animals i would say you should be fine up to two hundred yards to get all the detail you need. For the money i would not hesitate to get these and compare them to brands that are 360 and under.
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1000 yards 341 ft
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342ft at 1000 yards. This is a great product for the money overly impressed with the quality for the money.
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I think you are asking how close you can use these. If that is wrong I am sorry. You can see as close up as 11 feet the distance away just depends on what you want. I deer hunt in SC and they will work fine for our area. I hope this helps. As for the field of view its 341' at 1000 yards close in 2'-3'+- at 25'. REDFIELD 10x42
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