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Bushnell Night Vision 2.5x42 Monocular with Built-in Dual IR 260200 has been discontinued by Bushnell and is no longer available. Our product experts have helped us select these available replacements below. You can also explore other items in the Night Vision Goggles / Binoculars category yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!

This model of Bushnell Night Vision has been discontinued and is no longer available. However, we have several other Night Vision items on sale from various manufacturers, including BUSHNELL.


Please note: Black spots (artifacts) in image intensifier tubes are an inherent result of the manufacturing process and do not affect the performance of a night vision unit. Higher generation units have fewer artifacts.

Bushnell Night Vision 2.5x42 Monocular with Built-in Dual IR 260200 Product Info

Bushnell 2.5X42 Night Vision Scope 26-0200 has a built-in Dual IR Illuminator! Bushnell Night Vision products have a reputation for ruggedness, compact imagedesign, quality manufacturing and superior performance, evident in every carefully designed Night Vision device. The Bushnell NightVision 2.5 x 42 Scope features a built-in infrared illuminator, to provide extra infrared light for enhanced images in very low light, for use when camping, exploring caves, patrolling warehouses or other locations where there is no ambient light to amplify. The Bushnell 2.5x42 NV Scope is lightweight, compact and ready to use for work or for play. Bushnell backs this night vision device with a 2-year limited warranty.

Specifications for Bushnell 2.5 X 42 Night Vision Scope:

MAGNIFICATION X OBJECTIVE LENS: 2.5x42
VIEWING RANGE ft/m: 4-600/1.2-183
FIELD OF VIEW ft/m: 79/26
BATTERY TYPE: AA (2)
SIZE (in/mm): 6.7x3.7x2.7/170x95x70
WEIGHT (oz/g): 14/397

Features of Bushnell 2.5X42 NightVision Scope:

  • Great for Close-Range Viewing (Security), Long-Range Viewing (Wildlife Observation)
  • Includes Tripod Mount
  • Gen 1 Monocular
  • Built-In Dual Infrared Illuminator (150 Yd. High Beam, 90 Yd. Low Beam)
  • Water-Resistant

Package Contents:

  • Bushnell 2.5X42 Night Vision Scope 26-0200

Bushnell Night Vision 2.5x42 Monocular with Built-in Dual IR 260200 Related Products

Bushnell Night Vision 2.5x42 Monocular with Built-in Dual IR 260200 Unorderable Models

Factory DEMO Bushnell Night Vision 2.5x42 Monocular with Built-in Dual IR 260200, MPN: BU-NV-260200-DEMO, Code: BU-NV-260200-DEMO
New Bushnell Night Vision 2.5x42 Gen 1 Monocular w/ Built-in Dual IR Illuminator, Green 260200, MPN: 26-0200, UPC: 029757260208, Code: BU-NV-260200-EE

Bushnell Night Vision 2.5x42 Monocular with Built-in Dual IR 260200 Comments

Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review Busnell 260200 by Legacy Reviewer, February 24, 2010
This is a good unit for the price you pay, optics are pretty good although there is some fisheye effects. The two different IR beams are nice and you can cut both of them off for those moonlit nights, you can make out cows in a pasture at probably 30...
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Helpful Negative Review Was good by Legacy Reviewer, February 5, 2011
Used to be real good with moon light. Very sensitive. Even better after turning it off it would work great with best low light resolution. Unit eventually lost sensitivity. Now ambient light looks the same as naked eye. Still works with IR but n...
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4/6 found this helpful
Most Recent Review BUSHNELL NIGHT VISION 2.5X42 GEN1 MONOCULAR by Legacy Reviewer, January 29, 2012
I EXPECTED BETTER ,WILL SPEND MORE $$ ON A NIGHT VISION BINOCULAR IN THE FUTURE Pros: small&compac,aa batteries Cons: lenscover is easy to lose,small fov.
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Most Recent Review Monocular night Vision - or binocular? by Legacy Reviewer, February 8, 2010
The relatively strong light in one eye makes it inconvenient when it is removed, that is: swiching back and forth between using the night vision monocular and using naked eyes, is inconvenient. I would probably go for a binocular next time. It works...
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1/1 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Worth the money by Legacy Reviewer, February 7, 2010
This is excellent for short range viewing even in complete darkness. Details become increasingly difficult to see beyond 50 yards. This is a necessary tool for observing wildlife past sundown. Pros: works great out of the box Cons: difficult to s...
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