The Eagle Optics Ranger ED binocular presents a feast for your eyes with rich, true colors and enhanced resolution that brings the elaborate beauty of nature into a well-defined image. Now available with 32mm objective lenses, the mid-sized Ranger ED incorporates all the important elements of fully multi-coated lenses, phase correction, dielectric prism coatings, and BaK-4 prisms that result in show-stopping brightness at all times of the day. A comfortable and ergonomic open-hinge design with thumb indentations, smooth central focus, and easy to adjust right eye diopter only add to your enjoyment of using this binocular. Eagle Optics provides a Platinum Protection lifetime, no-fault warranty.
Extra-low Dispersion (ED) Glass
Enhances resolution, color, and contrast.
Fully Multi-coated Lenses
Increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces.
Enhances resolution and contrast through roof prisms.
Dielectric Prism Coatings
Optimize light transmission.
Optimize light transmission.
Appreciated for a streamlined shape and durability.
Magnesium Alloy Body
Is sturdy and resistant to corrosion.
Provides a secure, non-slip grip.
Twist up and down for comfortable viewing with or without eyeglasses.
Center Focus Wheel
Adjusts both binocular barrels at the same time.
Right Eye Diopter
Adjusts for differences in a user's eyes. Located by the right eyepiece.
Can be mounted using standard ¼-inch threading. Adapter sold separately.
Optics are sealed with O-rings to prevent moisture, dust, and debris from getting inside the binocular.
Barrels are filled with argon gas to inhibit internal fogging.
I have only used them twice so far. Easy to use, great views.
One of the end lens covers fell off, so be careful to try not to lose them.
I look forward to many years of use with these binoculars.
A genuine value
Floyd K. from Near Batavia, New York
I recently retired from 35 years as a Wildlife Technician in a wetland area of New York State. During my employment I obtained a pair of Eagle binoculars. I was so impressed with the quality that, after retirement, I purchased a pair for my personal use. The clarity and quality of this product make it an excellent choice for the professional and recreationist alike.
Open bridge style gone out-of-style?
ed from Minnesota
Finding this on close-out has me concerned that this open bridge style is out-of-style and disappearing. I hope that is not the case as I find, with small hands, that this is the most comfortable style to carry and use. Add to that its relative light weight and it is a good glass for the money. The quality of the optics disappoints a bit by comparison to others I own in this price range. I am using the 8x version rather than the 10x, but the values are similar. If you need an easy to carry/use 10x on a budget, this would be a good choice.
Great bins for your money!
Sam from California
Light weight, great design, and extremely easy to use. Overall, a pretty awesome pair of binoculars for birding about.. We purchased them at half price and aren't a bit disappointed with them.
Steve S. from Maryland
What an exceptional value these binoculars are !! The quality of these Ranger ED 10X32's is found throughout and at an amazing price. Comparable to binos costing 2 to 3 times as much. Lightweight,sturdy,and loaded with features that are normally found on the most expensive binoculars. I am totally happy and satisfied with my EAGLE Ranger ED 10X32 binoculars. Will be enjoying them for years to come !!!
Caviar on a McDonalds Budget
Brandon B from Vancouver, Canada
I HIGHLY recommend these optics, they are of exceptional build and optical quality while still carrying and incredibly low price point. My father carries Leupold BX4 McKinley's which cost twice as much and can't even hold a light to these. They are lighter, smaller, brighter, and more comfortable to carry then any other bino I have used under $800. The Rocky Mountain Elk better look out this year!
EO 10x32 Ranger ED
Russ from Indiana
I bought this binocular several weeks ago and it has quickly become my favorite. It's lightweight, very comfortable to hold and compares favorably to several higher cost binoculars that I own.
Light and bright
John from Florida
This is an affordable binocular that offers ED glass and dielectric coated prisms. The image is bright and sharp with good color, not much aberration on white. A fast focus that is smooth throughout 1 turn. Rounded eyecups are comfortable, and there's enough eye relief to use without my glasses. They are light enough to wear on a neck strap for several hours at a time, and the smaller frame makes it a good binocular for those who find a standard size too big, too heavy, and slow to operate.
EO Ranger ED 10x32
Scott G. from GA
I've not had great luck with 10x binoculars; I've had 10x50's that I could never seem to hold steady enough, and 10x25's just seemed a little dim. I like these 10x32's a lot! They're not the most compact binoculars out there, but the open-bridge style allows me to hold them steady. I think they're exceptionally clear and bright. I believe these might be one of the few 10x32 binoculars available with ED glass at this price point, which is why I was interested in them. I liked the focus wheel on these as well--very smooth and firm. If you want a great mid-sized 10x binocular for a great price (and a great warranty), then these are it!