- Bushnell Binoculars
For the best binoculars, the first word on your lips should be ‘Bushnell’! We’ve got tons of choices from this great American optics firm, from compact lenses to waterproof marine spotters - not to mention accessories! So, to see clearly, get shopping!
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About Bushnell Binoculars
Hailing from the Midwestern wilds of Kansas, American company Bushnell are experts in all things optical. One of the first companies to sell affordable binoculars to the average citizen, Bushnell binoculars are an ever-popular choice. Whether you’re ticking off entries in a bird book, want a portable way of picking out stars and constellations from the night sky, need help to navigate at sea or just want a way to see nature in greater detail, there’s a pair of Bushnell binoculars somewhere on our virtual shelves for you.
Each design of Bushnell binoculars uses the finest materials to give you a clear picture of your chosen target every time. Bushnell use multiple-coated optics to increase their effectiveness. Available in many different configurations, you can use extra large 50mm lenses to let the maximum amount of light in, resulting in a clearer picture, or choose smaller, compact binoculars for easy transportation.
Some of the Bushnell Binoculars you’ll find in this edit are Porro prism designs. This retro spotter design bounces light inside the body of each telescope in a zigzag pattern. Binoculars equipped with porro lens are thicker than those that use the now standard roof prism lens design, but they are more cost effective and give the images you view a higher contrast, which is great for seeing detail in low-light conditions. If you’d rather watch owls than birds, this kind of Bushnell binoculars are a fantastic choice!
When you’re out in the middle of nature, water has a habit of sneaking up on you. From splashing puddles to coursing rivers, streams and brooks, if you’re not looking where you’re going you can easily drop your Bushnell binoculars in the wet. There’s also rain to worry about, and even fog, which can penetrate the housing of your binoculars and cover the lenses in a cloudy patina that’s a pain to get rid of. Luckily, many of the Bushnell binoculars you’ll find in this edit have waterproofing of some level or another. Some are protected against light showers and the occasional splash, while others are built for a life on the open seas, with tight O-ring sealings and nitrogen purged optics. If you’ll be tracking gulls and albatrosses across the high seas, pay special attention to what kind of waterproofing each Bushnell binocular set has.
As well as their line of binoculars, Bushnell make a line of accessories that make your sporting life a little easier. If you’re setting up in one place for any length of time, a Bushnell Binocular Tripod from our selection is an excellent extra. It keeps your binoculars steady and level for hours while keeping your hands free to take notes or check reference books.
For on-the-move spotting, Bushnell make a special binocular harness that you can keep your spyglasses close to hand. Lightweight and made from a breathable material, this harness conveniently keeps your binoculars within arms reach and stops them from putting strain on your neck - brilliant!