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Bushnell Legend 10x42 Roof Prism Binoculars 130142 Product Info

Bushnell Legend 10x42 Roof Prism Binoculars 130142 belong to well-known Bushnell Legend Binoculars series. Bushnell's Legend series binoculars should be on the wish list of any serious outdoor enthusiast. Powerful magnification and crystal clear BaK-4 optics deliver a full range of color and clarity ? images like no other in their class. Pick them up and you'll instantly notice how nicely balanced the solid, grippy rubber-armored design is. O-ring sealed and nitrogen-purged for total protection from the elements ? the Legend series also features Rainguard a patented Bushnell lens-coating technology that offers remarkable fogproof performance. Rain or shine. Dusk to dawn. Legend binoculars set a standard that other similarly priced products cannot match. And, for you serious hunters, Bushnell offers two of our most popular models (model 193209 and model 190143) in Mossy Oak New Break-Up for maximum concealment in the field. Every Legend roof prism model features fully multi-coated optics ? which means that every lens surface is treated with a special anti-reflection multi-coating for optimum light transmission and a brighter, sharper, higher-contrast image. In addition, they're built with the finest barium crown BaK-4 glass roof prisms which are then 'phase corrected' with Bushnell's proprietary PC-3 phase-coating. This compensates for phase shifts of light rays to deliver absolutely crisp images with the highest possible resolution of details.

Specifications of Bushnell Legend 10 x 42 Roof Prism Binoculars 13-0142:

Bushnell Legend 10x42 Roof Prism Binocular 13-0142
Power x Obj. 10x42
Size Class Standard
Focus System Center
Prism System Roof
Prism Class BaK-4
Lens Coating FMC
FOV, ft.@1000yds. / m@1000m 315/105
Close Focus, ft./m 6/1.8
Exit Pupil, mm 4.2
Eye Relief 15
Eyecups Twist-Up
Weight, oz./g 24.9/706
Water/Fog Proof Yes
Adapt to Tripod Yes

Features of Bushnell Legend 10 x 42mm Roof Prism Binoculars 130142:

  • PC-3 phase-coated BaK-4 roof prisms
  • Fully multi-coated optics allow maximum light transmission for optimum brightness
  • Heavy-duty, 100% waterproof / fogproof construction
  • Rainguard, water-repellent lens coating
  • Long eye relief
  • Twist-up eyecups allow quick adjustment for optimum eye relief
  • Large center focus knob for precise focusing ? even when wearing gloves
  • Trim, ergonomic shape for easy, all-day use
  • Textured, non-glare, non-slip rubber armor absorbs shock
  • Knurled diopter adjustment for precise and reliable adjustments

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Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review long term appraisal by Legacy Reviewer, October 23, 2009
I've now spent 18 months with my Bushnell Legend 10X42 roof prism binoculars and have taken them on numerous safaris where they have suffered dust exposure, rough handling and water immersion. They have come through this ordeal unscathed and still sh...
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Most Recent Review Bushnall Legend 8x42 Binoculars by Legacy Reviewer, December 5, 2009
Very happy the same model retails for over $700nz here in new zealand i landed them with frieght for $350 will by more things soon Pros: good product at great price
2/2 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Surprised by Legacy Reviewer, March 9, 2009
I was afraid of the Bushnell name because like so many others they make a very cheap product. that was the only Bushnell I had used before these. Read the reviews and decided to give a try. Glad I did. Also bought Celestrons and these are brighter.
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Most Recent Review HunterGirl by Legacy Reviewer, December 15, 2008
Works good. I have an old pair of 7x35's. Good for birdwatching in the back yard, thats about it. The 10x42's are awesome for watching deer in the woods. Really clear and lots of light at dusk. They come with a case and 2 straps. Cons: none
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Most Recent Review Bowhunter by Legacy Reviewer, November 15, 2008
To be honest, I simply couldn't see putting out more than $200-$300 for a pair of binos. This pretty much eliminated Zeiss and the other companies that start their lines above that range. After reading a lot of reviews and finding these at a great pr...
3/3 found this helpful
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