Celestron* Outland X Binocular 8x25 (#COL71340)
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Celestron's mid-size Outland Series was designed to meet the needs of every outdoor enthusiast, from birders and hunters to sports fans to travelers. The optics are multi-coated to obtain high resolution and high contrast views. The prism are made of BaK-4 glass to give you enhanced color fidelity.
The rubber covered Outland X allows for rough and tough handling and the binoculars are waterproof and fogproof and are nitrogen purged for using in all weather environments. Large focus knobs make for easy and precise focusing and twist-up eyecups allow for quick adjustment of eye relief to obtain the full field of view.
Comfortable straps are pre-attached to the binoculars to make them ready to use. The objective lens covers are semi-attached so they don't get lost on the 42mm sizes. Tripod adapter threads are included on the 42mm sizes. All of the above items come in a lightweight, ergonomic design for maximum comfort.
The Outland X is available in four sizes and includes a wide binocular strap, soft protective carry pouch and a No-Fault Lifetime Warranty. The Outland X is a versatile binocular and a superb value, making it the ideal choice for all of your outdoor adventures!
- Multi-Coated Optics
- Waterproof and Fogproof
- Protective Rubber Covering
- Twist-up Eyecups for Quick Adjustment
- Moisture Resistant Neoprene Carrying Case
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
|Objective Lens Diameter (mm)
|Angular Field of View
|Linear Field of View
|Exit Pupil (mm)
|Eye Relief (mm)
|13.1 ft (4 m)
|10.6 oz (296 g)
|Prism Glass (Type)
|4.45x4.6x1.69” / 113x117x43mm
|Nitrogen Filled (Fogproof)
|Neck strap, carrying case, lens cloth, instruction manual
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