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Experience the revolutionary clarity of the Swarovski® EL 10x42 Swarovision Binoculars. These top-quality binoculars provide a virtually flat image with amazing clarity, even in the peripherals. HD optic lenses minimize color fringing for rich contrast across the entire field of view. Enjoy brighter images, both in daylight and twilight. This EL provides 10x magnification, 42mm lenses and an impressive field of view of 336' at 1,000 yards.
Objective lens: 42mm
Field of view: 336' at 1,000 yards
Field of view: 6.4°
Field of view with eyeglasses: 6.4°
Shortest focusing distance: 4.9'
Dimensions: 6.3" Length x 4.8" Width x 2.4" Height
Weight: 29.6 oz
Field flattener lenses for a virtually flat image and sharp clarity, even in the peripherals
Fluoride-containing HD optic lenses minimize color fringing for rich contrast and detail
Exceptional image resolution over entire field of view
Outstanding contrast, even in low lighting
Large eye relief provides full wide-angle field of view for eyeglass wearers
Removable twist-in eyecups are individually adjustable in three stages
Optimized with Swarobright, Swarodur and Swarotop coatings
Swaroclean lens coating repels water marks, insect repellants and tree resin for easy cleaning
Torsion-free twin-bridge construction
Rugged magnesium housing
Airtight, dustproof and watertight design
Non-fogging, nitrogen-filled lenses
Rubber armor for comfortable use in cold weather
Large, grooved focusing wheel for easy use while wearing gloves
Airtight, dustproof and waterproof to 13'
Snap shot adapter model: S3
Includes snap shot adapter, field bag, eye piece cover, objective lens cover and lift carrying strap
Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty
Country Of Origin: Imported
Swarovski EL 10x42 Swarovision Binoculars
Great for watching wildlife in low light situations.
October 1, 2011