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Unfortunately Apogee 25x100mm Astro-Vue Binoculars AC10025B is no longer carried by OpticsPlanet. You can also explore other items in the Binoculars category yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!

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Apogee 25x100mm Astro-Vue Binoculars AC10025B Product Info

Apogee 25x100mm Astro-Vue Binoculars AC10025B are great Astronomical Binoculars. Apogee Astro Vue 25x100 Binoculars feature multi-coated optics for bright and sharp images, and high-quality Bak-4 glass prisms. Apogee 25 x 100mm Astro Vue Binoculars also feature individual eyepiece focus (IF), which is the great system for medium range and long range objects. Apogee 25x100 Binocular AC10025B is tripod-mountable and has built-in tripod adapter. A recommended minimum tripod is Bogen Manfrotto 3180N Tripod (OPTIONAL, can be purchased separately).

Apogee 25 x 100 mm Binoculars AC10025B come with Case, Strap, Rainguard, Objective cups, and Lens cloth. These Binoculars are covered by 1 Year Apogee Warranty.

Specifications for Apogee AstroVue 25x100 Binoculars AC10025B:

Mag:   25x
Obj:   100mm
Coatings:   Multi-Coated
Prisms:   Bak4
Eye Relief:   12mm
Eyecups:   Fold Down
IP:   56-74mm
Armoring:   Leatherette Covered
Prism:   Porro
Focusing:   Individual Eyepiece
Minimum Focus:   85 Ft
FOV:   3 Degrees (157ft At 1000 Yards)
Length And Width:   15" X 10.5"
Weight:   8.5 Pounds
Tripod Socket:   Built In On Rail
Warranty:   1 Year

Features of Apogee 25 x 100mm Binocular Astro-Vue AC 10025 B:

  • Multi-Coated Optics
  • Bak4 Prisms
  • Individual Eyepiece Focusing
  • Built-in Tripod Adapter

Package Contents:

  • Apogee Astro-Vue 25x100mm Binoculars AC10025B
  • Nylon Case
  • Nylon Strap
  • Rainguard
  • Press Fit Objective Caps
  • Built-In Tripod Adapter
  • Instructions
  • Lens Cloth

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Apogee 25x100mm Astro-Vue Binoculars AC10025B, MPN: AC10025B-DEMO, Code: 00-BI-AC10025B-DEMO

Apogee 25x100mm Astro-Vue Binoculars AC10025B Comments

Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review Appogee 25x100 binoculars by Legacy Reviewer, March 29, 2009
Great price (~$300) for large aperture binos. 3.50 degrees of true field of view. Able to be camera tripod mounted. Light enough with foam padded case to be taken to Mauna Kea for best view of the Andromeda Galaxy ever (filling 80% of the main fie...
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Most Recent Review Awesome for the price by Legacy Reviewer, January 17, 2009
I purchased these as a demo pair from Optics Planet. They live up to the stated specs. Quality is good; collimation is perfect; the tripod adapter and bracing rod are solid (more so than a Barska); and the views are excellent! I use these more than m...
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Most Recent Review Apogee 25x100mm Astro-Vue Binoculars by Legacy Reviewer, August 9, 2007
A sturdy tripod is a must for this set of binoculars. It is heavy because it's big. But when combined with a sturdy tripod it is excellent for it's low price. What a bargain! Pros: Nice view especially in a dark sky. Very sharp stars. I was able...
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Most Recent Review Great Big Binocular Value by Legacy Reviewer, August 9, 2007
After reading several review regarding the Apogee 25x100mm binoculars (mostly positive, although there were reports of hit or miss quality control), I made the decision to purchase the binocs from Optics Planet after seeing the company's impossible t...
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Most Recent Review Great views of the Milky Way by Legacy Reviewer, July 25, 2007
I have been an amateur astronomer for more than 35 years, and I can say that now I´m using the Apogee 25x100 more frequently than my 10 inch reflector. These binoculars are really nice for observing star clusters and nebulae in the Milky Way. Get a g...
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