Adventurer 10x50 Black

    Adventurer porro prism binoculars offer the budget conscious or first-time user excellent quality and value for money. Suitable for general wildlife observation, the Adventurer’s porro prism design delivers a superior 3D viewing experience compared to roof prism binoculars. The 10x50 specification provides clean clear images and full field of view for spectacle wearers.

    Features
    • Traditional porro prism design with protective rubber covering
    • BK 7 fully coated optics
    • Long eye relief eyepieces for spectacle wearers
    • Fold down rubber eyecups & wide wheel focusing
    • Close focus to 5m/16.4ft
    • Tripod adapter socket
    Supplied Accessories

    Adventurer binoculars are supplied in a soft case with rainguard, wide nylon strap and objective lens caps

    Guarantee

    2 year

    Product Code

    30160

    Price £69.00

    Where To Buy
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    Specifications

    • Specifications
      • Colour
        Black
      • Size
        10x50
      • Magnification
        10
      • Lens Dia. (mm)
        50
      • Lens Dia. (inch)
        2
      • Field of View (°)
        6.6
      • Field of View ([email protected])
        115
      • Field of View ([email protected])
        345
      • Close Focus (m)
        5
      • Close Focus (f)
        16.4
      • Eye Relief (mm)
        19
      • Eye Relief (inch)
        0.7
      • IPD Range (mm)
        57~72
      • IPD Range (inch)
        2.2~2.8
      • Waterproof
        No
      • Prism Type
        Porro
      • Length (mm)
        180
      • Width (mm)
        194
      • Depth (mm)
        64
      • Dimensions LxWxD (mm)
        180x194x64
      • Dimensions LxWxD (inches)
        7.1x7.6x2.5
      • Weight (g)
        846
      • Weight (oz)
        29.8
      • Weight (lb)
        1.9
    • Technical
      • Body Material
        Aluminium Alloy
      • Hinge Type
        Single Hinge
      • Armour Type
        Partial
      • Armour Material
        NBR
      • Nitrogen Gas Filled
        No
      • Eyecup Type
        Fold
      • Dioptre Adjustment Side
        Right
      • Dioptre Adjuster Location
        Right
      • Dioptre Range
        3.75
      • Focal Length (mm)
        N/A
      • Eyelens Dia (mm)
        25
      • Prism Material
        BK7
      • Prism Coating
        Single
      • PC Coating
        N/A
      • Lens Coating
        Fully coated
      • Serial Number Location
        No serial number
      • Country of Origin
        China
    • Accessories
      • 25mm Nylon & Leather Binocular Harness with Quick Release System

        £19.95

        More info
      • 25mm Bungee Elastic and Leather Binocular Harness with Quick Release System

        £34.95

        More info
      • Binocular Tripod Mount for Binoculars to 50mm OG

        £10.00

        More info
      • Pro Series Lens Cleaning Cloth 20x20cm in pouch

        £2.95

        More info
      • Pro Series Lens Cleaning Set

        £8.95

        More info
      • 43mm BGA Binocular Rainguard

        £6.95

        More info
      • 31070 32mm Acrylic Binocular Strap

        £5.95

        More info
      • 31051 Rubber Objective Lens Covers 50mm OG L Pair

        £11.95

        More info
    • Videos

      No videos available for this product

    • Reviews

      Adventurer 10x50 - Sky at Night Jan 16

      04 January 2016

      These binoculars are comfortable to hold and well-balanced. They're good value for money and a good choice for both newcomers to binocular astronomy and for casual users.

      Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Stephen Tonkin and published in Sky at Night January 16. Click here to read the entire review.


    Specifications

    • Specifications
    • Technical
    • Accessories
    • Videos
    • Reviews
    • Colour
      Black
    • Size
      10x50
    • Magnification
      10
    • Lens Dia. (mm)
      50
    • Lens Dia. (inch)
      2
    • Field of View (°)
      6.6
    • Field of View ([email protected])
      115
    • Field of View ([email protected])
      345
    • Close Focus (m)
      5
    • Close Focus (f)
      16.4
    • Eye Relief (mm)
      19
    • Eye Relief (inch)
      0.7
    • IPD Range (mm)
      57~72
    • IPD Range (inch)
      2.2~2.8
    • Waterproof
      No
    • Prism Type
      Porro
    • Length (mm)
      180
    • Width (mm)
      194
    • Depth (mm)
      64
    • Dimensions LxWxD (mm)
      180x194x64
    • Dimensions LxWxD (inches)
      7.1x7.6x2.5
    • Weight (g)
      846
    • Weight (oz)
      29.8
    • Weight (lb)
      1.9
    • Body Material
      Aluminium Alloy
    • Hinge Type
      Single Hinge
    • Armour Type
      Partial
    • Armour Material
      NBR
    • Nitrogen Gas Filled
      No
    • Eyecup Type
      Fold
    • Dioptre Adjustment Side
      Right
    • Dioptre Adjuster Location
      Right
    • Dioptre Range
      3.75
    • Focal Length (mm)
      N/A
    • Eyelens Dia (mm)
      25
    • Prism Material
      BK7
    • Prism Coating
      Single
    • PC Coating
      N/A
    • Lens Coating
      Fully coated
    • Serial Number Location
      No serial number
    • Country of Origin
      China
    • 25mm Nylon & Leather Binocular Harness with Quick Release System

      £19.95

      More info
    • 25mm Bungee Elastic and Leather Binocular Harness with Quick Release System

      £34.95

      More info
    • Binocular Tripod Mount for Binoculars to 50mm OG

      £10.00

      More info
    • Pro Series Lens Cleaning Cloth 20x20cm in pouch

      £2.95

      More info
    • Pro Series Lens Cleaning Set

      £8.95

      More info
    • 43mm BGA Binocular Rainguard

      £6.95

      More info
    • 31070 32mm Acrylic Binocular Strap

      £5.95

      More info
    • 31051 Rubber Objective Lens Covers 50mm OG L Pair

      £11.95

      More info

    No videos available for this product

    Adventurer 10x50 - Sky at Night Jan 16

    04 January 2016

    These binoculars are comfortable to hold and well-balanced. They're good value for money and a good choice for both newcomers to binocular astronomy and for casual users.

    Above is an excerpt from a review authored by Stephen Tonkin and published in Sky at Night January 16. Click here to read the entire review.