• Bushnell Powerview 8x25 Porro Binocular
Bushnell Powerview 8x25 Porro Binocular

Bushnell Powerview 8x25 Porro Binocular

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  • Magnification x Objective: 8x 25mm
  • Fully-coated optics for a brighter image
  • Non-slip rubber armor absorbs shock while providing a firm grip
  • Contemporary styling
  • Fold-down eyecups and Porro prism system
  • 8x magnification, 25-millimeter objective binoculars with porro prism system
  • BaK-7 prisms and multi-coated optics for superior resolution and image clarity
  • Rugged, shock-absorbing, non-slip rubber armor; InstaFocus system
  • Wide-angled view, compact-sized binoculars
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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Great quality for the price Very lightweight & much smaller than I had expected. They're the size of the palm of my hand. Easily fit in the leg pocket of cargo shorts. I was surprised by the clarity, especially for the price. Perfect for hunting or a sporting event. If you hike or camp they're perfect. You'll hardly know you have them. 5Are light weight and easy to carry I wear glasses. These work with or without glasses. Have not tested at sporting events or concerts. Are light weight and easy to carry, fits in pocket so should work at concerts. Used during hiking and the power was just about right. Higher power harder to hold steady, these were easy to hold steady. Fit in pocket. Eye cups need to be turned down with glasses, then work just fine. Diopter setting will move, so remember your setting, even in neutral. Very clear and sharp. Seem to be well made. Note: Had to work a bit to get the eye cups to stay folded down with use with glasses, just the rubber was new and preferred the usual eye cup position. 5Okay for the price. These are nice glasses for the price. Relatively clear and definitely portable. I prefer 8x32 glasses, which let in a light more light and have better depth of focus, but these are the best in class in the under $40 range. I even found the lenses to be more clear than the Nikon Travelites, which were double the price.I called Bushnell support about the eyecups (which would not fold down when used with glasses) and they answered the phone right away. The eyecups needed to be "trained" with rubber bands holding them down overnight and a little hair dryer heat. This also stretched them out a little which some people may find more comfortable, but they are still very narrow with little depth and practically no eye relief..The strap is uncomfortable even though the glasses are lightweight.. A little padding would have helped. The eyecups are useless. They barely stay on, on will get lost quickly. I also don't like the case material. 3Perfectly OK for the Price, with a few Reservations This inexpensive, lightweight 8x25 is fine for a ballgame or hike. Optics are not incredible, but OK for the price. You'll need to buy thin metal rings to attach a good neck strap - the one provided is not very comfortable. Eyepiece width may be a problem for people with less than 48mm separation - that's mine, and these binoculars just make it. Rubber eyepiece guards do not fold down for use with spectacles, and are not removable/replaceable, so cleaning the lenses is like doing surgery, and when the guards crack or tear (which they will eventually - all of these lightweights have that weakness), I'll have to jury rig replacements or get a new pair of binocs. My last similar pair lasted nearly seven years before I bought these last month. 3Bushnell Powerview 8x25 Binoculars I purchased these binoculars for an animal viewing trip to Africa. I have other binoculars but they are the large, heavy, night viewing variety and I wanted something light and portable. I did not want to pay a high price and I decided on these after reading a number of favorable reviews. I was not disappointed. The view was clear and sharp. They were every bit as good as my wife's 8X25 Nikon model which was much more expensive. I have only one minor complaint, the right independent focusing eyepiece seemed to lose its focus rather easily resulting in the necessity for a refocus. It might have been due to me continuously shoving them in and out of their case. Overall, I would rate them excellent and would recommend them to anyone wishing to purchase a high quality binocular at a reasonable price. 5Unbeatable in this price range. Excellent quality and price. I have some old Swift Audubon 10x50 glasses which I love, but they can't focus up close. The Bushnell will focus sharply to 6' as advertised, and now I can get looks at the birds right out my windows. And their compact nature is another plus. I will take them to the next opera or in a pocket or on my belt the next hike. These days I often have my camera around my neck because it won't easily fit in my pocket. The Bushnell will be quick to grab if needed. It comes with lens caps, lens cloth, strap and carrying case w/ belt loop. And basic instructions, of course. 5Great image quality, rugged build, compact, perfect for hiking. Just received these binoculars and LOVE them. I own two others - giant Orion 8x56 that was purchased mostly for star gazing and an old, metal construction 7x35 pair from Sears. I have some trips planned to scenic places coming up and thought it would be nice to bring binoculars. The Orion, although a great image, is not practical. It weighs almost 3 pounds and is quite large. The Sears unit is also heavy - guessing 1.5 pounds, and I was never thrilled with the optics. Well this arrived and the optics is as good as the Orion (which cost about 5x as much if memory serves). They both offer 8x magnification, but the Orion has much larger lenses. I'm sure at night the Orion will be better for stars given it's larger lenses, but during the day they have nearly equal in IQ - I am guessing because of all of the coatings on this Bushnell. Like the case it came in and a decent strap. This is compact and light enough to take on hiking trips. Very happy 5Great binos for bird watching! I was given these binoculars as a gift and have been really impressed with them. I have a larger pair of Bushnell field glasses which I found too big to take out in the woods on walks. This pair has been terrific at filling that gap. I found them very easy to adjust to my vision (I m farsighted in one eye) and once adjusted, they focus quickly and easily. They let a huge amount of light in so even on overcast days, I m able to see fine detail. The carrying case is well designed and easy to stuff into your pocket when you re out in the field. My only complaint (and the only reason I didn t give these binoculars a 5 star rating) is with the nylon neck strap. It s very narrow and frequently slips out of the plastic strap holder. I may look into buying a wider neck strap.If you re looking for a reasonably priced pair of small binoculars that function beautifully, than the Bushnell Powerview 8 x 25 s are the perfect choice! 4very handy and compact awesome and very clear, very handy and compact 5Don't buy if you have glasses. Eyecups DON'T roll down. Just got these in the mail. I was very excited to receive based on reviews. If you wear glasses, don't buy! The eye cups don't roll down. They not only don't stay down, they don't even roll down. I have an old pair of compact Bushnells with roll-down eyecups and know how they are supposed to work. These DON'T work that way. Image seems great, they are compact and light and I would LOVE them if the eyecups rolled down. 1
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Great quality for the price Very lightweight & much smaller than I had expected. They're the size of the palm of my hand. Easily fit in the leg pocket of cargo shorts. I was surprised by the clarity, especially for the price. Perfect for hunting or a sporting event. If you hike or camp they're perfect. You'll hardly know you have them. 5Are light weight and easy to carry I wear glasses. These work with or without glasses. Have not tested at sporting events or concerts. Are light weight and easy to carry, fits in pocket so should work at concerts. Used during hiking and the power was just about right. Higher power harder to hold steady, these were easy to hold steady. Fit in pocket. Eye cups need to be turned down with glasses, then work just fine. Diopter setting will move, so remember your setting, even in neutral. Very clear and sharp. Seem to be well made. Note: Had to work a bit to get the eye cups to stay folded down with use with glasses, just the rubber was new and preferred the usual eye cup position. 5Okay for the price. These are nice glasses for the price. Relatively clear and definitely portable. I prefer 8x32 glasses, which let in a light more light and have better depth of focus, but these are the best in class in the under $40 range. I even found the lenses to be more clear than the Nikon Travelites, which were double the price.I called Bushnell support about the eyecups (which would not fold down when used with glasses) and they answered the phone right away. The eyecups needed to be "trained" with rubber bands holding them down overnight and a little hair dryer heat. This also stretched them out a little which some people may find more comfortable, but they are still very narrow with little depth and practically no eye relief..The strap is uncomfortable even though the glasses are lightweight.. A little padding would have helped. The eyecups are useless. They barely stay on, on will get lost quickly. I also don't like the case material. 3Perfectly OK for the Price, with a few Reservations This inexpensive, lightweight 8x25 is fine for a ballgame or hike. Optics are not incredible, but OK for the price. You'll need to buy thin metal rings to attach a good neck strap - the one provided is not very comfortable. Eyepiece width may be a problem for people with less than 48mm separation - that's mine, and these binoculars just make it. Rubber eyepiece guards do not fold down for use with spectacles, and are not removable/replaceable, so cleaning the lenses is like doing surgery, and when the guards crack or tear (which they will eventually - all of these lightweights have that weakness), I'll have to jury rig replacements or get a new pair of binocs. My last similar pair lasted nearly seven years before I bought these last month. 3Bushnell Powerview 8x25 Binoculars I purchased these binoculars for an animal viewing trip to Africa. I have other binoculars but they are the large, heavy, night viewing variety and I wanted something light and portable. I did not want to pay a high price and I decided on these after reading a number of favorable reviews. I was not disappointed. The view was clear and sharp. They were every bit as good as my wife's 8X25 Nikon model which was much more expensive. I have only one minor complaint, the right independent focusing eyepiece seemed to lose its focus rather easily resulting in the necessity for a refocus. It might have been due to me continuously shoving them in and out of their case. Overall, I would rate them excellent and would recommend them to anyone wishing to purchase a high quality binocular at a reasonable price. 5Unbeatable in this price range. Excellent quality and price. I have some old Swift Audubon 10x50 glasses which I love, but they can't focus up close. The Bushnell will focus sharply to 6' as advertised, and now I can get looks at the birds right out my windows. And their compact nature is another plus. I will take them to the next opera or in a pocket or on my belt the next hike. These days I often have my camera around my neck because it won't easily fit in my pocket. The Bushnell will be quick to grab if needed. It comes with lens caps, lens cloth, strap and carrying case w/ belt loop. And basic instructions, of course. 5Great image quality, rugged build, compact, perfect for hiking. Just received these binoculars and LOVE them. I own two others - giant Orion 8x56 that was purchased mostly for star gazing and an old, metal construction 7x35 pair from Sears. I have some trips planned to scenic places coming up and thought it would be nice to bring binoculars. The Orion, although a great image, is not practical. It weighs almost 3 pounds and is quite large. The Sears unit is also heavy - guessing 1.5 pounds, and I was never thrilled with the optics. Well this arrived and the optics is as good as the Orion (which cost about 5x as much if memory serves). They both offer 8x magnification, but the Orion has much larger lenses. I'm sure at night the Orion will be better for stars given it's larger lenses, but during the day they have nearly equal in IQ - I am guessing because of all of the coatings on this Bushnell. Like the case it came in and a decent strap. This is compact and light enough to take on hiking trips. Very happy 5Great binos for bird watching! I was given these binoculars as a gift and have been really impressed with them. I have a larger pair of Bushnell field glasses which I found too big to take out in the woods on walks. This pair has been terrific at filling that gap. I found them very easy to adjust to my vision (I m farsighted in one eye) and once adjusted, they focus quickly and easily. They let a huge amount of light in so even on overcast days, I m able to see fine detail. The carrying case is well designed and easy to stuff into your pocket when you re out in the field. My only complaint (and the only reason I didn t give these binoculars a 5 star rating) is with the nylon neck strap. It s very narrow and frequently slips out of the plastic strap holder. I may look into buying a wider neck strap.If you re looking for a reasonably priced pair of small binoculars that function beautifully, than the Bushnell Powerview 8 x 25 s are the perfect choice! 4very handy and compact awesome and very clear, very handy and compact 5Don't buy if you have glasses. Eyecups DON'T roll down. Just got these in the mail. I was very excited to receive based on reviews. If you wear glasses, don't buy! The eye cups don't roll down. They not only don't stay down, they don't even roll down. I have an old pair of compact Bushnells with roll-down eyecups and know how they are supposed to work. These DON'T work that way. Image seems great, they are compact and light and I would LOVE them if the eyecups rolled down. 1
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