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Eagle Optics Triumph 8x42 Binocular

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Surprisingly bright and sharp, pleasantly lightweight, and economical describes the Eagle Optics Triumph 8x42. A great bang for your buck, the 8x42 Triumph delivers an outstanding 430 foot field of view. Multi-coated optics allow increased light transmission for illuminating views. Packed in a carrying case with lens caps and a neck strap, you will head outdoors as soon as your Triumph arrives. The Triumph is covered by a limited lifetime transferable warranty.

Optical Features
Multi-coated Lenses Increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on at least one lens surface.
BaK-4 Prisms Optimize light transmission.
Construction Features
Porro Prisms Generally offer a rich depth of field, wide field of view, and three-dimensional image.
Adjustable Eyecups Roll 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.
Magnification 8x
Objective Lens Diameter 42 mm
Field of View 430 feet/1000 yards
Eye Relief 14 mm
Close Focus 30 feet
Weight 22.8 ounces
Dimensions (HxW) 5.75 x 7.1 inches
  • Eyepiece caps
  • Objective lens caps
  • Neck strap
  • Case

Total Reviews: 3

Average Rating:

Great Choice - 10/09/2012

by Sheree from Livingston TN

Not my favs for bird watching hard to focus i leave them in the glovebox for those wish i had them moments

disappointing - 07/15/2011

by Emily from Wisconsin

We have the Triumph 7x35s for educational programs are are happy with those. We had hoped these would be a step up, but instead they are difficult to focus at any range and end up just making you feel cross-eyed. Many Eagle Optics products are excellent -- buy them instead! We just returned our 8x42s for the 7x35s.

Not Good For Bird Watching - 12/04/2010

by Orrin from Brooklyn, NY

Minimum focal distance is in the dozens of feet, so the binoculars are unsuitable for serious birdwatching where often you need to train the binoculars on a bird that may be very close but is very small and/or in brush and so not clearly visible to the naked eye.

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