Redfield® Rebel™ 10x42 Binoculars
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- 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
- 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.
Manufacturer model #: 67605.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 38
Rated 5 out of 5 by slow944 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 Killar 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 RackAttack 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by Duckhogs Good
So far so good. They seem to be good binoculars so far. Clear ¬ bulky.
July 13, 2013
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