RSPB Harrier X binoculars

R422090
£ 360.0 - £ 400.0
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    The RSPB Harrier X is the latest addition to our range of top-quality binoculars.

    These fully waterproof binoculars have phase-corrected, super high reflective prism coatings and ED glass for brilliantly sharp images.

    The sleek, compact design offers an ultra-close focusing distance for viewing butterflies and insects in incredible detail, while the impressive field of view makes it easy to find and keep fast-moving birds in view.

    Twist down eyecups allow spectacle wearers to enjoy the full field of view, and thumb holds allow for a comfortable, safe grip.

    Key features

    • Fully multi-coated BAK–4 prisms
    • Magnesium alloy body
    • Wide field of view
    • Close focus of 2m
    • Phase-corrected optics
    • Twist down eyecups for spectacle wearers
    • Fully water/fog proof construction
    • Super high reflective (SHR) prisms
    • 10 year warranty

    Specifications

    RSPB Harrier X Binoculars
    8x32
    8x42
    10x42
    Magnification
    8
    8
    10
    Objective lens diameter (mm)
    32
    42
    42
    ED lens
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Close focus distance
    2m
    2m
    2m
    Field of view (degrees)
    8.3
    8.1
    6.6
    Field of view (m/1000m)
    145
    142
    116
    Eye relief (mm)
    16.9
    18.4
    16.7
    Exit pupil (mm)
    4
    5.2
    4.2
    Waterproof
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Nitrogen filled
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Weight (g)
    524
    716
    693
    Dimensions (mm)
    L125 x W120
    L143 x W120
    L143 x W120
    Warranty
    10 years
    10 years
    10 years




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    Age: 55 - 64

    12/Jun/2022
    Harrier 10x42
    I've had a number of 'reasonable' bin's over the years, for less than £100. Switching to these, though, was like switching the light on. As I expect to use them a lot, it's well worth the moderate step up in price. I tried them against some 12x50's I got 10 years ago, for amateur astronomy - and these were much better, and lighter, and less bulky. The others have gone to the charity shop.
    There are only two rather minor gripes to mention. The rubber objective lens caps don't grip well and can fall off and get lost. And the neck strap is too short. It's about the same as the case strap. It would be good to have at least one of these longer.
    But overall, I'm highly satisfied.
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    Age: 45 - 54

    10/Mar/2022
    Good or even better
    Not used these much yet. My initial thought was they were heavy.. but identical to cheaper (not cheap) lower powered ones I got in an emergency (ie Hobson's choice) a few years back - but so much brighter! And they work really smoothly. Not yet quite sure if the 10x42 were the right choice for me as I notice the shake more but the view is genuinely beautiful. They came with caps for all lenses - it's a shame I didn't know - and crucially as screw point for a tripod fixing. Why is this not stated in the blurb? A real advantage and I'd have saved some time trying to decide and would have opted for these ones sooner, My scores are a bit provisional - and without real comparison with others of the same ££ bracket - but I am genuinely pleased. Why did I wait so long?
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