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Redfield Renegade 7x50mm Binocular
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these are almost too good for what they cost. the view is very crisp and clear. these prove to me a great binocular doesn't have to cost a lot. eye r...
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great for the price

by joe, from United States, UT Written on August 22, 2014
Purchased for scouting/hunting. I wanted to give it 4 1/2 stars but that is not an option. let me start off by saying this is a great set of binos at the price point i purchased them. 7x50 redfield renegades have a large exit pupil >7 which should theoretically allow in maximal light. fully multi coated lenses. backed by Leopold. limited lifetime warranty which they state is "no hassle, no excuses" i have not had to use the warranty, so i will take them at their word. My binos are stamp as coming from the Philippines. I also own the revenge scope in 6-18x44 which has been great thus far (3 years).
The main reason i took a star off is due to the weight. it causes fatigue in prolonged use, when i am glassing. also because the lens caps which have no lanyards, which i fixed by attaching paracord to the objective lens covers with glue.I had to clean and sand the surface for proper bonding to occur. i do not care about aesthetic, just functionality. I wanted to use the caps vortex makes but the o.d. on the renegade is to large (~65mm vs 62mm). wish i could post pictures on here for you to see....
Pros:
  • solid construction
  • Clear image
  • great neoprene neck strap
  • good light transmission
  • fully multi coated lenses
  • backed by leupold
  • limited lifetime warranty
Cons:
  • Heavy
  • no lanyard for the lens caps
Best Used for:
  • low light glassing
Would recommend: Yes
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Great for Astronomy!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on May 18, 2014
I use 7x50's for astronomy because their field of view is wide enough to see star clusters and to gain a good "sweep" of the sky. Binoculars are an astronomer's best friend when looking at the big picture!
Pros: Optical clarity, light gathering power, waterproof, shockproof, rugged.
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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Outstanding Value

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IL Written on September 30, 2013
These binos are an outstanding value and produce a crisp nearly flawless image in all but the darkest of nights. The large exit pupil and multicoated lenses are extremely efficient in gathering light and make it possible to glass long distances under moonlit skies. I used the Redfield 7X50s on several hunts and they have allowed me to identify deer moving after I could no longer see my fiber optic archery pins. If you are an older guy (like me) with failing night vision, these binos will prevent you from staring at the proverbial twilight and dawn tree deer. Frankly, Im not sure how Leupold/Redfield can produce these quality optics at such a low pricing point. Take the plunge; you wont be disappointed.
Pros: Superb imaging
Cons: Hard plastic lens caps...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great budget 7x50 binoculars

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NY Written on July 31, 2013
Your most important optic is a good pair of binoculars. MainePrepper does a great YouTube video explaining why 7x50 binoculars are your best choice.
The Redfield binos provide excellent clarity for a reasonable price. A great buy!
Pros: Inexpensive, exceptional clarity & brightness
Cons: A little heavy...
Would recommend: Yes
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My first binocs

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CO Written on October 27, 2012
This is my first pair of real binocs, so of course they're amazing to me. Nothing about them bothers me, but I would say you wouldn't want them bouncing off your chest all day while you're running around in the forest. I got them for prarie dogs and such, so it's a non issue. Oh, and the caps are a little cheesy, probably won't use em.
Pros: Clear. Focus knob is big.
Cons: Cheesy caps...
Would recommend: Yes
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joe s.

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on August 21, 2010
these are almost too good for what they cost. the view is very crisp and clear. these prove to me a great binocular doesn't have to cost a lot. eye relief for eyeglass wearers is excellent and i noticed almost no internal reflection even at night. the large 50mm lenses really let in a lot of light. I can't afford high dollar binocs but i think i am not suffering quality wise owning these redfields. I tried several brands at a large famous outdoor retailer before i bought these and the 7x50's jumped out at me! Outstanding value and performance, i'm glad i bought them. You can spend a lot more but i don't know how much more you have to spend to really do better.
Pros: great price, super good clear images
Cons: case a little cheap feeling, no big deal...
Would recommend: Yes
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