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These binocs are very nice for the price payed. They have a solid feel and very clear view. I compared them to several models and styles and chose the...
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Awesome Binoculars

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on May 4, 2013
After using a Redfield Tracker 3-9x scope on my rifle for years, it only seemed right to buy good quality binoculars of the same brand. They are true to form and very clear and sharp.
Pros: size, weight, ease of use & price.
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Amazing value

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on November 23, 2012
Wonderfully compact, with quick focus adjustment, clear image, and wide 7.5-degree field of view. Most impressive is the ~4-foot close focus -- a great feature for wildlife viewing. The ocular rain quard is perfect, and the stretchy cushioned strap is sized consistent with the overall compact design.
My only (truly MINOR) complaints: the objective lens caps, while attaching firmly, are separate and might be easily lost. Also, the diopter adjustment is quite stiff (that's good: it won't wander out of adjustment easily), and sports an appropriately grippable adjustment ring -- which, once adjustment is set, becomes the harshest element of an otherwise comfortable exterior. (I suppose for binoculars that would be swapped around a lot, this would be useful -- but for most folks' personal binocs, my experience is frequent diopter adjustment will be unnecessary.)

But those are really minor nits -- the bottom line is tremendous value and utility for the price.
Pros: Compact, clear , incredible close-focus, economical, nice strap
Cons: Separate (easily-lost) objective lens covers, gnarly diopter adjustment grip...
Would recommend: Yes
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NOT MADE IN USA

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on August 23, 2012
Bought this product expecting that what I read regarding the company to be American. First thing I saw after taking it out of the box was CHINA printed on the bottom of them, very disappointed. Overall product though, it gets the job done, I use it for a spotter to help adjust my scope for shooting....
Would recommend: Yes
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great optics, color and clarity

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on November 4, 2011
worked great except on cold foggy mornings, every time I went to put them to my face they were fogged, I wipe it off and start to glass only to have them fog up again. On mornings or days when its just cold no fogging. The same cold foggy day my scope ( also a Redfield)did not fog at all.
Pros: light transmision, image quality, color, price
Cons: fogged more than I would like...
Would recommend: Yes
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redfield 8x32

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on June 22, 2011
quality equal to more epensive phase coated binocs
Pros: compact,quality ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Good Value close to perfect

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on June 2, 2011
I took these to Alaska on a Bear Hunt and spotted several from long distances while on a boat, great value, with the exception of the eye cups moving in on their own these were better than I expected and I could see things at a distance that my buddys 10 power could not.
Pros: Clarity, light gathering capability, ruggedness
Cons: Eye pieces work their way closed to easily...
Would recommend: Yes
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My second set of great Redfield binoculars!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on March 6, 2011
I was so impressed with my 10x42 Redfield binoculars, the choice for a lighter, smaller pair was easy. Just like the larger binoculars, these have excellent clarity, and have a tough rubberized coating. The rubberized coating is thicker and offers better grip than other brands I've used, including some that are much more expensive. The quality on these binoculars is evident in the details, right down to the lens covers and comfortable strap. I bought this pair of binoculars for the light weight when wearing on a chest rig while hunting and carrying other gear. I'd strongly recommend them to anyone.
Pros: Clarity, rugged design with rubberized covering, quality strap
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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The Rebel worked fine on elk hunting trip.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on October 18, 2010
The Rebel worked fine on elk hunting trip.
Pros: Light weight
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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my best compromise

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on July 17, 2010
These binocs are very nice for the price payed. They have a solid feel and very clear view. I compared them to several models and styles and chose them as the best compromise of performance and style for the price point I was willing to enter. When I returned from the store I compared my Redfield to a similar priced compact Nikon and noticed a brighter view and wider field of view, also better eye relief due to larger exit pupils. I am quite happy with my purchase.
Pros: size, clarity, and solid feel
Cons: individual front lens caps are like small SLR lens caps, kind of fiddly to handle...
Would recommend: Yes
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