Nitrogen filled for waterproof/fogproof performance
Includes soft case, neoprene neck strap, and lens covers
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. Field of view: 341' @ 1000 yards. Close Focus Distance: 4.3'. Weight: 26.4 oz. Height: 5.9''. Color: Black.
Rated 5 out of 5 by whistlinwingman Best $150.00 ever spent!
After looking, researching, studying, and reviewing for a while I settled with these. I wanted a good but not too expensive pair of binoculars for hunting. I had come to the conclusion I'd have to put in around $300 for an inexpensive pair. After looking through these and comparing with name brands I actually liked these better.
Thanks to all of you have posted reviews here on basspro.com.
December 26, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by jdkpa cant beat the quality and price
I looked around for awhile before I purchased these, couldn't see spending 500 bucks. Very happy with the quality of redfield.
December 20, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1MadMuley Excellent Value
Took these on a muley hunt to BC's interior and my buddy had his $1100 pair of leupold HD golden rings, we compared them side by side, glassing in all conditions (sun, snow and low light conditions). Neither of us could see a noticeable difference between the two. These Redfields (10x42) are the best bang for your dollar by far!! I wouldn't hesitate to reccomend these to anyone. Verry impressed and happy with my purchase (especially the savings!!)
December 7, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by LDW49 Pleased with purchase
Just used my Redfield Rebel 10X42 Binoculars in Georgia. Had been using less expensive binoculars all my life. Did not realize what I was missing. Bought these via a catalog order based on reviews. They are all they were described to be. Compared these in the field with a friend 's binculars that cost twice as much. I can tell no difference in the optical quality. So far I am very happy with these binoculars.
December 6, 2010
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.
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